Great community and great forum. I did enjoy spending some quality time here - I felt it's easier, quicker and more efficient to write up here than on Medium etc directly.

BTW, Jose's post is great - now I know a better way to use Docker on Windows 10, confidently :-) 

I saw this news today. Impressed with Epic's speed to real-world use cases:

U of M and Fairview teams will now make the AI tool available for free in the Epic App Orchard.

Drew McCombs, an Epic developer who worked closely with the U of M and Fairview, says customers can install the algorithm via Epic's Cognitive Computing platform and begin end-user training in as few as 10 days.

"Our Cognitive Computing platform quickly pulls the X-ray, runs the algorithm, and shows the resulting prediction directly in Epic software that doctors, nurses, and support staff use every day – speeding up treatment and helping protect staff. The algorithm is available to healthcare organizations around the world that use Epic."

Complementary note for later ref - add in a bit Model Explanatory sample by i.e. SHAP for traditional ML for Random Forrest Classifier at the end of section "Run Training Comparisons of Various Models:"

import shap
# Extract shap values
explainer   = shap.TreeExplainer(models[6][1])  # model[6] is RF, model[7] is XGB
shap_values = explainer.shap_values(X_train_res) 

# Average feature contribution
plt.title('Average Feature Contribution for each Class')
shap.summary_plot(shap_values, X_train_res, plot_type="bar")

# Granular feature contribution plot
plt.title('Feature Contribution According to Value')
shap.summary_plot(shap_values[1], X_train_res, plot_size = (20,10))

Missing Note: Age_Percentile should be included and encoded as well. Experiment function to be included.

Hi  Aurélien, I just noticed your comments by now. Is the issue still happening? What docker platform are you trying; and what's the Health Connect installation file did you download?  You can email me directly

Hi Sue,

I believe our ISC UK Sales Engineer has managed to help you solve the issue, so here I just follow up to post the corresponding answer in the hope to close this query.   

1. Settings for the EmailAlert Business Operation

SMTP Server

SMTP Port 587

CredentialsValid NHS Mail Username/Password Credentials

SSL Configuration Name of Configuration suffixed with *

Note: A "*" needs to be appended to the SSL Configuration name (an example as below). The documentation states: “this supports the special case when you want the server interaction to begin on a normal TCP socket and then switch to SSL/TLS on the same port as the normal socket.” 

2. SSL Configuration sample for NHSMail (SMTPS on mail server port 587)

Please let us know if there are further issues with any other scenario of NHS Mail configurations.

Kind Regards.