Tag Archives: IHTSDO

openEHR 2014 Roadmap Meeting, Sep 16/17, Oslo

Last week saw the first major face-to-face international openEHR community meeting, which took place in Lilletstrom, near Oslo, at premises kindly organised by DIPS asa, openEHR Industry Partner and major EHR supplier in Norway. Advertisements

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Archetype unification proposal – node identifiers

    happy new year and best wishes for 2014. I hope your new year’s day is a bright one (unless you live in the UK, in which case it’s a lost cause here today 😉 I have been working … Continue reading

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Ontologies in health: ready for prime time? IAO versus openEHR

A lot of ontology work has been going on for some years that comes loosely under the BFO and OBO activities, which stand to improve how computing in health is done. BFO is the Basic Formal Ontology, and OBO is … Continue reading

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The crisis in e-health standards III – solutions

Prev: The crisis in e-health standards IIa Stakeholder Aspirations and Needs Before going so far as to offer a solution to the e-health standards problem, I want to have a look at what we consider to be the requirements that … Continue reading

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The crisis in e-health standards II

Evidence for the inability of SDOs to create a coherent ecosystem of standards for e-health Continue reading

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