Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of The Origins of openEHR

May 19, 2008, 8:25:16 PM (15 years ago)



  • The Origins of openEHR

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    121121 1. 独創的なEHR(Electronic Health Record)アーキテクチャの形式についてオブジェクト指向モデリングの手法を基礎とし,その要件に関連してわかりやすく系統的な調査を患者や臨床のプロの役割についてヨーロッパ全体に対して調査して開発した。
    122122 1. 経験に基づいたプロトタイピング手法を繰り返すことで,アーキテクチャを進歩させ,すべての段階で実装を強調し実践的に概念のテストを行った
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     123 1. 業務を効率よく分担することに対する利益があり,プロジェクトの結果をパブリックドメインとして公開するパートナーを決めることができた。EUの基本的規約で,コンソーシアムと行った業務に関して知的所有権が得られた。
    125125Key attributes of the project approach and accomplishment were:
    130130 1. The decision of the partners, in the interests of effective dissemination of the work, to publish the project results openly, within the public domain. The EU Contract in principle vested IPR for the work with the Consortium.
    132134Warmly supported as it was by Niels Rossing and the Commission and by its Project Officer, Jacques Lacombe, the Project proved from its very earliest stages and over time not to be short of powerful opponents, as well. Its results were provided, step by step as they were available and often before official publication, into all the stages of the formulation of EU pre-standards of CEN and further afield.
    134 == The Interface between the GEHR Project and Technical Committee TC/251-Medical Informatics of CEN == #dsy20-OE_centc251
     136== The Interface between the GEHR Project and Technical Committee TC/251-Medical Informatics of CEN ==
    135137At about the same time that the AIM Programme was initiated, CEN established a standards initiative for medical informatics through its Technical Committee TC/251, led by Prof. Georges de Moor. The strategic co-ordination achieved between the AIM and CEN activities was sometimes disappointing and their goals and methods were very different. AIM was tackling the domain through extensive and well funded applied research and development in wide-ranging consortia such as GEHR. CEN, with much less resource, was tackling its role as a consensus building process, using task forces of experts to propose standards which were then voted on by national delegates. Of course, both empirical research and standards setting activities are needed to advance the field.