Guy Divita
Guy Divita
Verified email at hsc.utah.edu
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Towards consumer-friendly PHRs: patients’ experience with reviewing their health records
A Keselman, L Slaughter, C Arnott-Smith, H Kim, G Divita, A Browne, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2007, 399, 2007
1062007
Term identification methods for consumer health vocabulary development
Q Zeng, T Tse, G Divita, A Keselman, J Crowell, A Browne, S Goryachev, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 9 (1), e4, 2007
882007
Identifying consumer-friendly display (CFD) names for health concepts
QT Zeng, T Tse, J Crowell, G Divita, L Roth, AC Browne
AMIA annual symposium proceedings 2005, 859, 2005
862005
Consumer health concepts that do not map to the UMLS: where do they fit?
A Keselman, CA Smith, G Divita, H Kim, AC Browne, G Leroy, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 15 (4), 496-505, 2008
822008
Umls language and vocabulary tools: Amia 2003 open source expo
AC Browne, G Divita, AR Aronson, AT McCray
AMIA annual symposium proceedings 2003, 798, 2003
772003
Analysis of biomedical text for chemical names: a comparison of three methods.
WJ Wilbur, GF Hazard Jr, G Divita, JG Mork, AR Aronson, AC Browne
Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium, 176, 1999
751999
Failure analysis of MetaMap Transfer (MMTx).
G Divita, T Tse, L Roth
Medinfo, 763-767, 2004
592004
Sophia: a expedient UMLS concept extraction annotator
G Divita, QT Zeng, AV Gundlapalli, S Duvall, J Nebeker, MH Samore
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2014, 467, 2014
362014
Evaluating lexical variant generation to improve information retrieval.
G Divita, AC Browne, TC Rindflesch
Proceedings of the AMIA Symposium, 775, 1998
361998
Exploring lexical forms: first-generation consumer health vocabularies
QT Zeng, T Tse, G Divita, A Keselman, J Crowell, AC Browne
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2006, 1155, 2006
282006
Using natural language processing on the free text of clinical documents to screen for evidence of homelessness among US veterans
AV Gundlapalli, ME Carter, M Palmer, T Ginter, A Redd, S Pickard, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2013, 537, 2013
252013
Validating a strategy for psychosocial phenotyping using a large corpus of clinical text
AV Gundlapalli, A Redd, M Carter, G Divita, S Shen, M Palmer, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 20 (e2), e355-e364, 2013
212013
A normalized lexical lookup approach to identifying UMLS concepts in free text.
V Bashyam, G Divita, DB Bennett, AC Browne, RK Taira
Studies in health technology and informatics 129 (Pt 1), 545, 2007
212007
Characterizing clinical text and sublanguage: A case study of the VA clinical notes
QT Zeng, D Redd, G Divita, S Jarad, C Brandt, JR Nebeker
J Health Med Informat S 3, 2, 2011
202011
dTagger: a POS tagger
G Divita, AC Browne, R Loane
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2006, 200, 2006
192006
Detecting the presence of an indwelling urinary catheter and urinary symptoms in hospitalized patients using natural language processing
AV Gundlapalli, G Divita, A Redd, ME Carter, D Ko, M Rubin, M Samore, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 71, S39-S45, 2017
132017
Scaling-up NLP pipelines to process large corpora of clinical notes
G Divita, M Carter, A Redd, Q Zeng, K Gupta, B Trautner, M Samore, ...
Methods of information in medicine 54 (06), 548-552, 2015
122015
Recognizing questions and answers in EMR templates using natural language processing
A REDD, T FORBUSH, M PALMER
Integrating Information Technology and Management for Quality of Care 202, 149, 2014
122014
The pattern of name tokens in narrative clinical text and a comparison of five systems for redacting them
M Kayaalp, AC Browne, FM Callaghan, ZA Dodd, G Divita, S Ozturk, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (3), 423-431, 2014
122014
Sitting on pins and needles”: Characterization of symptom descriptions in clinical notes
TB Forbush, AV Gundlapalli, MN Palmer, S Shen, BR South, G Divita, ...
AMIA Summits on Translational Science Proceedings 2013, 67, 2013
112013
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