Changes between Version 35 and Version 36 of The Origins of openEHR
- May 21, 2008, 5:01:25 PM (14 years ago)
v35 v36 191 191 Synapses: In 1995, David Ingram and the UCL team joined forces with Professor Jane Grimson of Trinity College Dublin in a new consortium aiming to propose a project to explore the legacy systems integration issues in progressing towards a federated electronic healthcare record. From the other GEHR participants, Daniel Mart of The Association of Doctors and Dentists of Luxembourg and Jo Milan of the Royal Marsden also joined this larger consortium of EU teams and industries, which included Siemens and Hiscom as major suppliers. 192 192 193 193 GEHRプロジェクトの成果を振り返り，連合された手法による新しい実装に展望して，Jo MilanとDavid Ingramは開発を行い，Synasesプロジェクトの提案書の方法論的なセクションを記述した。その提案書は臨床オブジェクト辞書を通じて実装された高レベルの構造モデル(Synom)と臨床内容モデル(Synod)にわけて，アーキテクチャに関する形式的記述を行ったものであり，実装に向けての新しいパラダイムを提案するものであった。 194 194 195 195 Reflecting on the results of the GEHR Project, and looking at the new challenges of implementation of a federated approach, Jo Milan and David Ingram developed and wrote the methodological section of the Synapses Project Proposal that proposed a new paradigm for implementation of the record, which divided the formal description of the architecture into a high level structural model (Synom) and a model of clinical content (Synod), implemented through a clinical object dictionary. 196 197 196 198 197 199 The Synapses project from 1995-98 succeeded in implementing several pilot record servers, built according to the Synom/Synod principle, across Europe (see CHIME and TCD web sites). The user requirements and information modelling workpackage was led by Dipak Kalra, and the implementation workpackage by David Ingram.