Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of The Origins of openEHR


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May 19, 2008, 1:48:37 PM (14 years ago)
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KOBAYASHI, Shinji
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  • The Origins of openEHR

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    7878The Good European Health Record (GEHR) Project Proposal
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    80 Dr Alain MaskensとDr Sam Heardがコンソーシアムを共同で率いて,EHRアーキテクチャに関する作業を行った。ベルギーの腫瘍内科医であるAlainはGPのために特化したEHR作成するHDMPというソフトウェア会社を経営していた。オーストラリアの家庭医(GP; General Practitioner)のSamはロンドンのSt Barthlomew's Hospital医科大学の行使であり,AIMの予備段階から一般的なEHRシステムを共同開発していた。
     80Dr Alain MaskensとDr Sam Heardがコンソーシアムを共同で率いて,EHRアーキテクチャに関する作業を行った。ベルギーの腫瘍内科医であるAlainはGPのために特化したEHR作成するHDMPというソフトウェア会社を経営していた。オーストラリアの家庭医(GP; General Practitioner)のSamはロンドンのSt Barthlomew's Hospital医科大学の講師であり,AIMの予備段階から一般的なEHRシステムを共同開発していた。
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    8282A Consortium was drawn together by Dr Alain Maskens and Dr Sam Heard to bid to work within AIM on electronic health record architecture. Alain, a Belgian oncologist, was running HDMP, a small software company specialising in electronic healthcare records for GPs. Sam, an Australian General Practitioner, was lecturer at the Medical College of St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and ran a practice in East London and had developed a general practice system supported by a cooperative of general practices. The two had met through Professor Mal Salkind, head of General Practice at St Bartholomew’s, during the AIM exploratory phase and had begun to collaborate on the development of a generic EHR system.
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     84コンソーシアムは専門集団,産業,学術団体からなる7つのグループで構成されていた。St Bartholomew's 医科大学(主幹),HDMP,フランス赤十字病院,ルクセンブルグ医師および歯科医師会,ポルトガルのオポルト総合医療学会,フランステレコム,スミスクラインビーチャムであった。
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    8486The Consortium comprised seven professional, industrial and academic partners: St Bartholomew’s Medical College (co-ordinating partner); HDMP; The French Red Cross Hospitals; The Association of Doctors and Dentists of Luxembourg; The General Practice Institute of Oporto, Portugal; France Telecom; Smithkline Beecham.
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    86   Professor David Ingram, Professor of Medical Informatics at St Bartholomew’s
    87 Medical College, was invited to lead the Consortium, to prepare the proposal and, subsequently, as Project Director, to run the project. In this, he worked closely with Lesley Southgate, who had succeeded Mal Salkind as Head of Primary Care at St. Bartholomew’s.
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    89   The project proposal was put together in three months in early 1991 and was
    90 given the title ''The Good European Health Record'' (GEHR); the name was proposed by Alain Maskens. After a final 72 hour, round the clock, weekend flurry of preparation, it was submitted just in time. It emerged as an unexpected but warmly endorsed winning proposal, in the adjudication that followed. Some rival consortia had worked for several years to position themselves for the work, so the result was controversial. Negotiations, led for GEHR by David Ingram, were completed with the Commission who were represented by the Project Officer, Jacques Lacombe, and Michael Wilson. The project commenced in January 1992.
     88David Ingram教授はBarthromyew医科大学の医療情報学教授であり,コンソーシアムを率いるために招かれた。そこで提案を準備し,プロジェクトのディレクターとしてプロジェクトを遂行することとなった。これについて,彼はMal Salkindの後任としてSt. Bartholomewのプライマリケア部長であったLesley Southgateと密接に連携した。
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     90Professor David Ingram, Professor of Medical Informatics at St Bartholomew’s Medical College, was invited to lead the Consortium, to prepare the proposal and, subsequently, as Project Director, to run the project. In this, he worked closely with Lesley Southgate, who had succeeded Mal Salkind as Head of Primary Care at St. Bartholomew’s.
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     92The project proposal was put together in three months in early 1991 and was given the title ''The Good European Health Record'' (GEHR); the name was proposed by Alain Maskens. After a final 72 hour, round the clock, weekend flurry of preparation, it was submitted just in time. It emerged as an unexpected but warmly endorsed winning proposal, in the adjudication that followed. Some rival consortia had worked for several years to position themselves for the work, so the result was controversial. Negotiations, led for GEHR by David Ingram, were completed with the Commission who were represented by the Project Officer, Jacques Lacombe, and Michael Wilson. The project commenced in January 1992.
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