Jan Sevcik
Jan Sevcik
Contributor, The Yuan

Jan Sevcik is the co-founder and CEO of Medical Search Technologies which develops Artificial Intelligence software for the healthcare industry. He has extensive knowledge of the content of EHR data, especially unstructured text, and over 20 years of experience developing algorithms which he utilizes for leading the development of both clinical and administrative applications. He is an avid reader of white papers and research on a variety of topics including graph data theory, biology, and medicine.

AI in Healthcare, Tangible Benefits and Return on Investment
Emerging Market
Where to begin for those delving into artificial intelligence in healthcare for the first time may be a bit of a conundrum, but Jan Sevcik shows organizations a path that provides tangible benefits and creates momentum.
Jan Sevcik  |  Jan 21, 2022
Dataset’s Critical Role in Creating Correct Predictive Models
The digitization of electronic medical records, new machine learning techniques, and more robust hardware are creating opportunities to solve many unanswered questions in healthcare, but using the correct dataset is critical to creating predictive models which draw the correct conclusions. Even the most advanced AI techniques will yield poor results if the wrong dataset is utilized. Jan Sevcik discusses the variables’ conundrum and the problems scientists face.
Jan Sevcik  |  Oct 21, 2021
Lessons Learned from Sarbanes Oxley IT Controls Can Improve AI Deployment Compliance
The process of developing and deploying artificial intelligence models is a complex one that needs closer inspection. Jan Sevcik considers the best practices, compliance, and risk mitigation, and suggests ways to implement and improve the AI model development and deployment processes.
Jan Sevcik  |  Oct 04, 2021
Reading RWD from EHR
Domain Knowledge
Electronic health records (EHRs) contain a diverse array of structured and unstructured data which can be used in research requiring real world data, but most data are unstructured. Some is pre-extracted, meaning select EHR data are captured and entered into repositories like disease or product registers. Data of this kind can have limitations, being only a subset of all that are available, and may not contain all variables needed to yield correct conclusions.
Jan Sevcik  |  Sep 07, 2021