Petición de contribucionesInfoling 2.23 (2020)

Título:CLEF-2020 CodiEsp: clinical text classification, indexing and explainable AI Task (CodiEsp eHealth CLEF)
Entidad organizadora:Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Lugar de celebración:Thessaloniki, Grecia
Fecha de inicio:22 de septiembre de 2020
Fecha de finalización:25 de septiembre de 2020
Circular Nº:1
Contacto:Martin Krallinger, krallinger.martin@gmail.com
Descripción

The CodiEsp sub-tracks:


1.CodiEsp Diagnosis Coding sub-task (CodiEsp-D): will require automatic ICD10-CM [CIE10 Diagnóstico] code assignment.


2.CodiEsp Procedure Coding sub-task (CodiEsp-P): will require automatic ICD10-PCS [CIE10 Procedimiento] code assignment.


3.CodiEsp Explainable AI Subtask (CodiEsp-X). Systems are required to submit the reference to the predicted codes (both ICD10-CM and ICD10-PCS).


 


Task description


Clinical coding consists in the transformation (or classification) of medical texts written by clinicians into a structured or coded format using internationally recognized class codes.


These codes describe a patient’s diagnosis or treatment. This process is critical for standardizing clinical records; enable aetiology studies, monitor health trends, epidemiology studies, clinical and biomedical research, decision-making or even re-imbursement.


 


Due to the importance of this process, there are now even specialized education programs and professional occupations of persons employed as clinical coders or medical records technicians.


 


As part of the eHealth CLEF (http://clef-ehealth.org" target="_blank">http://clef-ehealth.org">http://clef-ehe...) Multilingual Information Extraction Shared Task we organize CodiEsp: Clinical Case Coding Task (http://temu.bsc.es/codiesp" target="_blank">http://temu.bsc.es/codiesp">http://temu....). This task will address the automatic extraction and assigment of clinical coding (diagnosis and procedures) to clinical cases in Spanish.


 


In addition data in Spanish we will also release training, development and test set document translations into English.


 


Participant systems have to automatically assign ICD10 codes (CIE-10, in Spanish) to clinical case documents, being evaluated against manually generated ICD10 codifications.


 


In addition to the Spanish data we will also include training, development and test set documents automatically translated into English.


 


Following the success of previous eHealth CLEF efforts or medical text mining tasks like MEDDOCAN or PharmaCoNER, we foresee that this task will be influential not only in terms of determining the most competitive approaches which might range from sophisticated term look-up to multi-class document classification systems using machine learning approaches.


 


 


Participation and useful info


 


1. CodiEsp web, info & detailed description: http://temu.bsc.es/codiesp/

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2. Registration for CodiEsp (Multilingual Information Extraction eHealth track): http://temu.bsc.es/codiesp/index.php/2019/09/19/registration/

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3. Training and development set: https://zenodo.org/record/3633048#.XjRNut-YU5k

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4. Additional training resources: https://zenodo.org/record/3606626#.XhyWLN-YU5k

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Main CodiEsp Track organizers


 


·  Martin Krallinger, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.


·  Antonio Miranda, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.


·  Aitor Gonzalez-Agirre, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.


 


 


Jan 13              Train, development and additional training resources set release (Spanish)


February 12    Train, development set release (English machine translation)


April 28          Task setting discussion workshop at MIE2020 (Geneva)


Jun 28               Camera-ready paper submission

Área temática:Lingüística computacional, Lingüística de corpus, Semántica
Comité científico

·  Martin Krallinger, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
·  Antonio Miranda, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
·  Aitor Gonzalez-Agirre, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
·  Marta Villegs, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
·  Jordi Armengol, Barcelona Supercomputing Center.
·  Carlos Luis Parra Calderón, University Hospital Virgen del Rocío, Andalusian Health System,  Health Counseling, Spain
·  Eiji Aramaki, Ph.D. Associate Professor, NAIST, Japan


 


 


 

Plazo de envío de propuestas: hasta el3 de mayo de 2020
Notificación de contribuciones aceptadas:24 de mayo de 2020
Lengua(s) oficial(es) del evento:

inglés,

Remitente:Martin Krallinger
Institución: Barcelona Supercomputing Center
Correo-e: <krallinger.martingmail.com>
Fecha de publicación en Infoling:13 de febrero de 2020