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Early Detection of Obstetric Complications: Development of Predictive Models Suitable for Real-Time Surveillance During Labor, Delivery, and the Postpartum Period

This is a feasibility study to determine whether data from Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect® can be harnessed to predict obstetric complications in real time. The long-term goal is to develop algorithms that could be instantiated in the electronic record to provide clinicians with discrete probability estimates with lead times of 6 to 12 hours. If successful, the algorithms would be instantiated using methods similar to those employed with the Advanced Alert Monitor, the early warning system currently in operation at Kaiser Permanente Northern California.

Investigator: Escobar, Gabriel

Funder: Kaiser Permanente Program Offices

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