Changes between Version 40 and Version 41 of The Origins of openEHR


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May 28, 2008, 9:25:50 PM (14 years ago)
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KOBAYASHI, Shinji
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  • The Origins of openEHR

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    229229'''- from GEHR and Synapses to Synex, Medicate and 6-winit in CHIME and UCL'''
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    231 この時期に標準化コミュニティは多くの時間と費用とエネルギーを消耗し,他の団体の内容を
     231この時期に標準化コミュニティは多くの時間と費用とエネルギーを議論に消耗し,他の団体の内容を
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    233233The behaviour of standards communities in these times, spending much time, money and energy disputing and seemingly seeking above all else to dominate one another’s agendas, was scientifically extremely questionable, yet seemed to brook no questioning. It is not sufficient justification that standards for health information management are deemed crucially needed, that a crude consensus and legislative process be adopted for their definition, when the underpinning empirical foundations for organising and modelling information in the domain are still in process of evolution through empirical research. Monolithic modelling of healthcare information domains is clearly a fascinating exercise but, if devoid of empirical and practical context, clear domain definitions and verifiable objectives, has little if any meaning. Such models are in any case inevitably non-identifiable or non-unique formulations, incapable of purposive application within implementable and clinically viable systems.
     
    276276 * seek constructive relationships with groups and communities focusing on other aspects of clinical information management such as messages, terminology, knowledge-management and decision-support.
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    278 '''''open''EHRがやらないこと'''
     278''' ''open''EHRがやらないこと'''
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    280280 * EHR(Electronic Healthcare Records)について作業している人の邪魔をしたり反対するような運動。それどころか,''openEHR''の目的であり対象であることに巡り合えたということで彼らの成功を歓迎し支持する。
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    283 '''''open''EHR will not:'''
     283''' ''open''EHR will not:'''
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    285285 * campaign against or obstruct others working on electronic healthcare records. On the contrary, it will welcome and endorse their success in meeting the aims and objectives of ''open''EHR.