A Survey on Various Tasks in Healthcare Predictive Analytics
Dr. Shameem Kappan, Rasheed N K
Epidemiologist, Data scientists, Policy makers, Healthcare analytics, Machine learning.
Health care data related to a patient or community is very complex. As the health data is also rapidly increasing due to the increase in population and the technology which is capable of acquiring it, it is difficult for a healthcare professional like a doctor, epidemiologist, and policy makers to make good decisions based on this data. Thus, a healthcare professional faces a challenging task in predicting health- related decisions. However, advances in health care analytics using Machine e- learning predictive models have solved many real-world problems. This is where a predictive model can be used to predict health-related outcomes by identifying patterns in healthcare data. As such models can assist healthcare professionals in good decision making which can reduce healthcare costs. For the last decade, machine learning scientists, statisticians, data scientists and healthcare professionals are collaboratively working on creating predicative models for complex diseases and tasks. This paper contains a comprehensive survey of 92 papers on various tasks involved in predictive healthcare analytics from 2012 onwards. A summary table for each task with classifier performances is also given. Hence, this paper will help new researchers who aim to enter the health care predictive analytics area.
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Unique Paper ID: 153967

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 644 - 664
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