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Analyzing Medical Emergency Processes with Process Mining: The Stroke Case

C Fernandez-Llatas, G Ibanez-Sanchez, A Celda, J Mandingorra, L Aparici-Tortajada, A Martinez-Millana, J Munoz-Gama, M Sepúlveda, E Rojas, V Gálvez, D Capurro, V Traver

Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing | SpringerLink | Published : 2019

Abstract

© 2019, Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Medical emergencies are one of the most critical processes that occurs in a hospital. The creation of adequate and timely triage protocols, can make the difference between the life and death of the patient. One of the most critical emergency care protocols is the stroke case. This disease demands an accurate and quick diagnosis for ensuring an immediate treatment in order to limit or even, avoid, the undesired cognitive decline. The aim of this paper is perform an analysis of how Process Mining techniques can support health professionals in the interactive analysis of emergency processes considering critical timing of Stroke, using a Question Driven me..

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