Cloud-based intelligent self-diagnosis and department recommendation service using Chinese medical BERT

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With the rapid development of hospital informatization and Internet medical service in recent years, most hospitals have launched online hospital appointment registration systems to remove patient queues and improve the efficiency of medical services. However, most of the patients lack professional medical knowledge and have no idea of how to choose department when registering. To instruct the patients to seek medical care and register effectively, we proposed CIDRS, an intelligent self-diagnosis and department recommendation framework based on Chinese medical Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers (BERT) in the cloud computing environment. We also established a Chinese BERT model (CHMBERT) trained on a large-scale Chinese medical text corpus. This model was used to optimize self-diagnosis and department recommendation tasks. To solve the limited computing power of terminals, we deployed the proposed framework in a cloud computing environment based on container and micro-service technologies. Real-world medical datasets from hospitals were used in the experiments, and results showed that the proposed model was superior to the traditional deep learning models and other pre-trained language models in terms of performance.

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Wang, J., Zhang, G., Wang, W., Zhang, K., & Sheng, Y. (2021). Cloud-based intelligent self-diagnosis and department recommendation service using Chinese medical BERT. Journal of Cloud Computing, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13677-020-00218-2

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