Grant: $249,037 - National Institutes of Health - Jul. 22, 2009
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Award Description: Religent, along with the Duke University Medical Center, is developing a Web Service (SEBASTIAN) that will provide clinical decision support to routine clinical practices using a standards-based approach. A component of this is the Decision Engine (DE) which accepts clinical data and returns results for defined disease states. Each disease state requires a set of rules that the DE uses to process the requests. This award provides the funds necessary to hire two additional analysts to expedite the writing and coding of rules centered around back pain and hypertension. The deliverables will be a completed and tested set of rules around each disease state.
Project Description: Both analyist positions have spent the quarter developing code to centered around streamlining rules entry and the subsquent entry of rules around how SEBASTIAN handles requests and what information is returned.
Jobs Summary: Two senior analysts positions to code rules around the SEBASTIAN web service. This allows for more rapid development in bringing the SEBASTIAN system to commerical deployment, which in turn will ultimately create other employment opportunities around the integration and customization of SEBASTIAN. (Total jobs reported: 2)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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