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  • A COVID-19 Risk Assessment Decision Support System for General Practitioners: Design and Development Study #MMPMID32540845
  • Liu Y; Wang Z; Ren J; Tian Y; Zhou M; Zhou T; Ye K; Zhao Y; Qiu Y; Li J
  • J Med Internet Res 2020[Jun]; 22 (6): e19786 PMID32540845show ga
  • BACKGROUND: The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has become an urgent and serious global public health crisis. Community engagement is the first line of defense in the fight against infectious diseases, and general practitioners (GPs) play an important role in it. GPs are facing unique challenges from disasters and pandemics in delivering health care. However, there is still no suitable mobile management system that can help GPs collect data, dynamically assess risks, and effectively triage or follow-up with patients with COVID-19. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study is to design, develop, and deploy a mobile-based decision support system for COVID-19 (DDC19) to assist GPs in collecting data, assessing risk, triaging, managing, and following up with patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. METHODS: Based on the actual scenarios and the process of patients using health care, we analyzed the key issues that need to be solved and designed the main business flowchart of DDC19. We then constructed a COVID-19 dynamic risk stratification model with high recall and clinical interpretability, which was based on a multiclass logistic regression algorithm. Finally, through a 10-fold cross-validation to quantitatively evaluate the risk stratification ability of the model, a total of 2243 clinical data consisting of 36 dimension clinical features from fever clinics were used for training and evaluation of the model. RESULTS: DDC19 is composed of three parts: mobile terminal apps for the patient-end and GP-end, and the database system. All mobile terminal devices were wirelessly connected to the back end data center to implement request sending and data transmission. We used low risk, moderate risk, and high risk as labels, and adopted a 10-fold cross-validation method to evaluate and test the COVID-19 dynamic risk stratification model in different scenarios (different dimensions of personal clinical data accessible at an earlier stage). The data set dimensions were (2243, 15) when only using the data of patients' demographic information, clinical symptoms, and contact history; (2243, 35) when the results of blood tests were added; and (2243, 36) after obtaining the computed tomography imaging results of the patient. The average value of the three classification results of the macro-area under the curve were all above 0.71 in each scenario. CONCLUSIONS: DCC19 is a mobile decision support system designed and developed to assist GPs in providing dynamic risk assessments for patients with suspected COVID-19 during the outbreak, and the model had a good ability to predict risk levels in any scenario it covered.
  • |*Decision Support Systems, Clinical[MESH]
  • |*General Practitioners[MESH]
  • |*Mobile Applications[MESH]
  • |Betacoronavirus[MESH]
  • |Coronavirus Infections/*diagnosis[MESH]
  • |Delivery of Health Care/methods[MESH]
  • |Disease Outbreaks[MESH]
  • |Female[MESH]
  • |General Practice/*methods[MESH]
  • |Humans[MESH]
  • |Male[MESH]
  • |Pandemics[MESH]
  • |Pneumonia, Viral/*diagnosis[MESH]
  • |Prognosis[MESH]
  • |Public Health/methods[MESH]
  • |Risk Assessment/*methods[MESH]
  • |Triage/*methods[MESH]

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    e19786 6.22 2020