Last but not least we will focus on the day to day business: How can the collected data actually help the patient on a practical level? Dr. med. Moos is responsible for data management at the University Hospital Zurich as well as medical controlling. His talk concerns the vast amount of medical record documentation that comes from physician’s notes, laboratory results, radiology results, and other sources. It generates a huge amount of medical record documentation. It is also typically text-heavy, meaning that it is unstructured data. Such unstructured data is usually underutilized, and could be used to drive insights and better decision-making. For example for medical coding which is the translation of healthcare diagnoses, procedures, services, and medical equipment into universal alphanumeric medical codes. What if providers could take advantage of the vast amount of underutilized data to drive medical coding automation and improve the quality of medical claims for payment processing?