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Review of Semantically Interoperable Electronic Health Records for Ubiquitous Healthcare

By Kyung Hoon Hwang, Kyo-IL Chung, Myung-Ae Chung and Duckjoo Choi

Abstract

In order to provide more effective and personalized healthcare services to patients and healthcare professionals, intelligent active knowledge management and reasoning systems with semantic interoperability are needed. Technological developments have changed ubiquitous healthcare making it more semantically interoperable and individual patient-based; however, there are also limitations to these methodologies. Based upon an extensive review of international literature, this paper describes two technological approaches to semantically interoperable electronic health records for ubiquitous healthcare data management: the ontology-based model and the information, or openEHR archetype model, and the link to standard terminologies such as SNOMED-CT

Topics: Review Article
Publisher: The Korean Society of Medical Informatics
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3089838
Provided by: PubMed Central

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