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LabRS: A Rosetta stone for retrospective standardization of clinical laboratory test results.

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Summary of "LabRS: A Rosetta stone for retrospective standardization of clinical laboratory test results."

Clinical laboratories in the United States do not have an explicit result standard to report the 7 billion laboratory tests results they produce each year. The absence of standardized test results creates inefficiencies and ambiguities for secondary data users. We developed and tested a tool to standardize the results of laboratory tests in a large, multicenter clinical data warehouse.

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Name: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA
ISSN: 1527-974X
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