Routine care generates large volumes of medical text that contain valuable information about patients. However, the wording, content and structure of medical documentation can vary greatly between different institutions, making it unusable for digital programmes or analysis across different locations. In the SMITH consortium, the...

Making routine clinical data available for medical research is an essential building block for progress in medicine. Individualised therapies and even more precise diagnoses will thus be possible in the future. In addition, health data provide a basis for the development of digital technologies to...

The SMITH Junior Research Group "Terminology and Ontology-based Phenotyping" (TOP) aims to implement an easily accessible ontology-based software platform for modelling and executing phenotype algorithms. The so-called TOP framework is implemented as a modular web application that combines various software tools and services for algorithmic...