What's New in v4.0

Launch date: January 16, 2023

New Technology in V4.0
V4.0 introduces a new technology - Generative Models.

Generative models in natural language processing (NLP) are a type of machine learning algorithm - used to generate text or other types of natural language data.
These models can be trained on a large dataset of text and learn the underlying structures and patterns in the language.
Once trained, the model can generate new text that serves different purposes.
In the context of summarization, a generative model can be used to automatically generate a shorter version of a longer text document, while retaining the most important information and ideas from the original text.

Enables our models to take long, complex medical encounters and turn them into a succinct, easy-to-understand summary

Generative Models have been implemented in the Digital Abstracts in several sections, to provide a better narrative and improve the succinctness of these sections.

Case Summary
“what is this case about?”

New addition of ״case summary” at the top of the Case Overview. This is an automatically generated summary created by generative models that gives a “preview” of the case narrative.

New Document Abstract Section
Summaries created by generative models are introduced to enhance the Digital Abstracts with a new section within the Document Abstract. The "Abstract" section provides more succinct document abstracts in the form of short, human-like summaries of all the encounters in the source documents.

Summaries Based on Generative Text
In addition to the case summary and the new abstract section, summaries based on generative text have been added into the following sections, replacing the text-to-text transcription:

  • Recent encounters
  • Recent diagnostic reports
  • Providers reference

New Chronological Overview
Replaces the Impairment and Notable Procedures lists in V3.7. The impairments are listed in chronological order from the most recent to the oldest - the year presented is the first mention of item in the source documents.
The Chronological Overview Includes the following:

  • Diseases and syndromes
  • Therapeutic procedures
  • Events - such as “accident”, “injury”

Redesigned Reference Sections
Applies to: Conditions Reference, Family History, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Reference - in the Supplemental Documents.
The new design removes the duplications that were present in the previous versions as the same extraction will no longer appear multiple times in different sections. It eliminates the need to jump to the source page in order to examine the source text, as the citations are already presented.
In addition, we've added flags and procedures values as colored tags.

Conditions Reference:

Procedures Reference:

Provider reference
New bookmark within the Supplemental Documents section, enabling navigation by providers - all source documents related to the chosen provider are presented with a generative summary per each encounter.

Blood and Urine Profiles
New sections within the Lab Results in the Supplemental Documents.
Provide a full profile including the latest measurement available in the source documents for each of the values within the profile.