Bellevue, Wash.-based Atigeo has launched xPatterns MedConnect, a free mobile app for personal medical research.

The platform enables consumers to more easily search the National Library of Medicine’s PubMed collection of 400,000 documents comprising 11 gigabytes of unstructured data, according to the vendor, who is demonstrating the product at the American Health Information Management Association annual meeting in Chicago. The xPatterns MedConnect app is available at the Apple iTunes store.

Atigeo, a data analytics firm, also introduced xPatterns CAC, a vendor-agnostic computer-assisted coding product with embedded natural language processing technology. The product automatically generates clinical codes from encounter notes and suggests appropriate billing codes.

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