NLU, NLP – Similar, but Extremely Different
Dr. Jonathan Handler
Learn the difference in NLU & NLP and how that difference can have a huge effect on making unstructured data relevant and actionable.
Natural Language Understanding (NLU) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) – two similar sounding terms but they are distinctly different. Both focus on the contextual understanding and processing of unstructured data, driving more contextual meaning out the physician’s narrative as opposed to rigid structured data input. The results deliver clinical documentation that is complete, actionable and usable across a variety of technologies such as EHRs and functions within a healthcare setting from the clinical setting to coding.
Join us for this Webinar and learn:
- The differences between NLU and NLP
- How to maximize unstructured data
- Where speech plays a role in the collection of the patient story
- How to effectively balance your needs for unstructured and structured data