Current applications using the Semantic Insights™ Research Assistant (SIRA) Technology

  • ?Research Assistant™ is a Google Chrome™ plugin (note: to download the plugin, you must contact us for an account and you must be logged-in to Google Chrome) that
    • Starting from the current web page, and
    • A research description you provide,
    • Reads the given web page + links, and
    • Generates a research report with bibliography
  • *Research Librarian™ is a website (note: you must contact us for an account) that
    • Starting from a selected set of information sources, and
    • A research description you provide,
    • Reads each document in the selected source + links, and
    • Generates a research report with bibliography
  • PriArt is an on-line Research tool (note: you must contact us for an account) that
    • Gather’s information based on your research statements
    • Generates research reports with bibliography and hyperlinks containing information relevant to your research
    • Provides more control of language and presentation than Research Assistant or Research Librarian
  • !Event Monitor is a website (note: you must contact us for an account) that
    • Starting from a selected set of information sources, and
    • A research description you provide, and
    • A starting time and repeat interval
    • At each repeat interval, reads each document in the selected source + links, and
    • Generates and displays a research report for that interval
  • Automated Code Identifier (ACI) is a website (note: no account needed) that
    • Automates Identification of Diagnostic and Treatment Codes from Provider Notes (ICD9, ICD10, DSM IV, CPT, HCPCS)
    • You can try it here for ICD9 and ICD10 code.
  • Payer Claims Assistant (PCA) is a website (note: contact to arrange a demo) that
    • Examines historical claim data and builds a dynamic representation [approximation] of the rules each individual payer uses to determine claim approval and denial.
    • Based on individual claim data, will tell you if your claim is: likely to be approved, likely to be denied, may be approved, or too unique to tell.
    • Where possible, will identify the changes that will improve the chances for approval.

Current applications using the Fast Rules Selection Engine (FRSE) Technology

  • Payer Claims Assistant (PCA)
  • TriCon Order Coding Engine
  • All Semantic Insights™ Natural Language Understanding applications