Ontologies and Electronic Health Record Related Standards
GRIN Verlag, 2010 - 28 pages
Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Health Science, grade: 2,0, Stralsund University of Applied Sciences, language: English, abstract: This paper contains multiple definitions (philosophical, informational and medical) for the ontology-model and the implementation in technology, concerning semantic interoperability and ontology languages. It gives two examples how ontologies could be implemented using the EN13606 Communication Standard and informs the reader about ontology based technologies like ontology mapping and ontology based eHealth applications.
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13 RELATION ADL 2 OWL akademische Texte archetype definition language archetype transformation process central communication concept client-server client-server-model COMMON CONZEPTUALIZATION common used translation communication between different DAML+OIL describe Description Logics developed different information systems different ontologies domain EHR software EHR standard Electronic Health Record EN13606 and openEHR Figure 20 Figure 9 FLOW OF PROMPT formal language Furthermore Gender GRAPHCIAL MODEL GRIN Verlag Health Record related healthcare information models integrated ontology interaction mapping process Markup Language merged network topology number of connections objects and relations Ontologies and Electronic ontology header Ontology in EHR Ontology Language OWL ontology tries ontology-based archetype transformation openEHR ontology OWL DL owl:Class owl:DatatypeProperty owl:equivalentClass owl:ObjectProperty owl:Restriction RDF Schema rdf:resource="#female Resource Description Framework SELF-MEDICATION APPLICATION 13 semantic interoperability semantic operations Semantic Web shown how ontologies SNOMED SNOMED-CT SOAP solution provided Source ontology Stefan Schroeder Ontologies target ontology technologies Topic Ontologies Web Ontology Language World Wide Web