I assume the reason is that asking clinicians to do coding without any help
provides great variability and leads to coding errors. What Thomas said
about presenting clinicians with addecuated subsets is key to avoid that.
There are also mechanisms to check coding quality/errors, but usually need
high domain & terminology knowledge (but creating systems that 'learn' from
documentalists' knowledge is feasible)

El mar., 13 mar. 2018 19:03, Pablo Pazos <pablo.pa...@cabolabs.com>
escribió:

>
>
> On Tue, Mar 13, 2018 at 2:15 PM, Karsten Hilbert <karsten.hilb...@gmx.net>
> wrote:
>
>> > just imagine standardizing every diagnosis
>>
>> That typically leads to either bad statistics or disimproved care.
>>
>
> Can I ask why?
>
>
>>
>> Karsten
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