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Ubiquitous information for ubiquitous computing : expressing clinical data sets with openEHR Archetypes
conference contributionposted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Sebastian GardeSebastian Garde, Evelyn HovengaEvelyn Hovenga, J Buck, P Knaup
Ubiquitous computing requires ubiquitous access to information and knowledge. With the release of openEHR Version 1.0 there is a common model available to solve some of the problems related to accessing information and knowledge by improving semantic interoperability between clinical systems. Considerable work has been undertaken by various bodies to standardise Clinical Data Sets. Notwithstanding their value, several problems remain unsolved with Clinical Data Sets without the use of a common model underpinning them. This paper outlines these problems like incompatible basic data types and overlapping and incompatible definitions of clinical content. A solution to this based on openEHR archetypes is motivated and an approach to transform existing Clinical Data Sets into archetypes is presented. To avoid significant overlaps and unnecessary effort during archetype development, archetype development needs to be coordinated nationwide and beyond and also across the various health professions in a formalized process.
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Number of Pages6
Place of PublicationAmsterdam, Netherlands
External Author AffiliationsDept. of Medical Informatics; Faculty of Business and Informatics; TBA Research Institute;