“Process Mining in Healthcare: A Literature Review” published at JBI

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The article “Process Mining in Healthcare: A Literature Review”  by Eric Rojas, Jorge Munoz-Gama, Marcos Sepúlveda and Daniel Capurro has been published in the Journal of Biomedical Informatics. The paper includes an analysis of the case studies according to eleven main aspects, including: process and data types; frequently posed questions; process mining techniques, perspectives and tools; methodologies; implementation and analysis strategies; geographical analysis; and medical fields. It also includes emerging topics and future trends in this field.

JBI2016This review can provide a useful overview of the current work being undertaken in this field; help researchers to choose process mining algorithms, techniques, tools, methodologies, and approaches for their own applications; identify accomplishments and limitations in the case studies; and highlight the use of process mining to improve healthcare processes.

The full paper is available in the here.
A pre-print version of the paper is available in here.

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