medical intelligence


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medical intelligence

That category of intelligence resulting from collection, evaluation, analysis, and interpretation of foreign medical, bio-scientific, and environmental information that is of interest to strategic planning and to military medical planning and operations for the conservation of the fighting strength of friendly forces and the formation of assessments of foreign medical capabilities in both military and civilian sectors. Also called MEDINT. See also intelligence.
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However, due to the diversity of Chinese semantics and both of the complexity and sensitivity of medical data, traditional single-evidence score algorithm cannot deal with Chinese medical data effectively in the Chinese medical intelligence QA system.
Medical intelligence derived from the narrative dictation using CLU can then be sent to the clinical data repository and linked to multiple other sources of data (e.g., laboratory, pathology, imaging and other diagnostic services).
One practicing physician who also is a student of medical intelligence has noted, "While much of clinical medicine is firmly grounded in basic science research, there is a substantial practical component to medical practice which cannot be found in any textbook, and is instead passed down from attending physicians to resident physicians to medical students." (11) This, of course, is not to say that the medical community does not continue to fight over this--it does--as the increasingly vocal "evidence-based" movement, which was originally known as the "science-based" movement, makes abundantly clear.
Wilson, is currently assigned to Plans, Operations and Medical Intelligence department head, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Fla.
* The Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center at Fort Detrick, Frederick, Maryland
In this case, though, it did turn out that a little-known piece of that community, AFMIC, the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center, did have some analysis if not information to contribute.
(47) The expertise for planning against WMD targets resides primarily within the DTRA and the Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center (AFMIC).
The program was administered by LCDR Bill Miles, the Navy Plans, Operations, & Medical Intelligence Officer attached to the MEF.
In his next position as senior vice president at Rogers Medical Intelligence Solutions, he managed content distribution partnerships with publishers and medical societies, while creating a content licensing model.
Clinical trials were conducted in France, after which a four year agreement was signed by Orange and Medical Mobile, the French subsidiary of Medical Intelligence Technologies.
Medical Armed Forces Medical Intelligence Center Intelligence Country Studies, Marine Corp.

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