Artificial Intelligence Model Tracks Spread of Lyme Disease – Health IT Analytics

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Using 17 years of publicly available data, researchers built an artificial intelligence model that can help identify regions of the US where Lyme disease cases may go unreported, a study published in JAMA Network Open revealed.

Developed by researchers at Columbia University and RTI International, a nonprofit research organization, the model could allow states and counties to develop more comprehensive Lyme disease prevention and control plans.

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