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Principles of Health Interoperability HL7 and SNOMED

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ISBN-10: 1848828020

ISBN-13: 9781848828025

Edition: 2010

Authors: Tim Benson

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List price: $44.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Springer London, Limited
Publication date: 12/15/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 263
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.144
Language: English

Dr Benson is one of the most experienced teachers of both HL7 v3 and SNOMED CT.

Principles of Interoperability
The Health Information Revolution
Health Care is Communication
Patient-Centric Health Care
Stages of Information Handling
Health Care is Complex
Looking Back
Problem-Oriented Medical Records
E1 Camino Hospital Project
The NHS National Programme for IT
Lessons from Denmark
Evidence-Based Medicine
EHR System Functional Model
Why Interoperability is Hard
What is Interoperability?
Benefits
Need for a Lingua Franca
Electronic Health Records
Analysis is Paramount
Complex Specifications Create Errors
Users and Suppliers are both Guilty
Shared Meaning
Models
Modeling Basics
Model Driven Architecture
The CEN Model
Modeling Maturity
Life Cycle
Preliminary Business Analysis
Scope
Storyboard
Business Analysis
Glossary
Conceptual Design
Criteria
Technology-Specific Design
Colorectal Cancer Referral
Scope and Background
Objectives
Participants and Locations
Outcome
Storyboard
Business Process Diagram
Data and Rules
UML and XML
Unified Modeling Language
UML Diagrams
Structure Diagrams
Class Diagrams
Package
Deployment
Modeling behavior
Use Case
Activity Diagram
Sequence Diagram
Statechart Diagram
UML Summary
Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN)
Activities
Business Process Example
XML
Markup
Descriptive and Procedural Markup
XML Files
XML Schema
XML Element
XML Attribute
Entity
Namespace
The XML Family
Standards Development Organizations
What is a Standard?
International Standards Development Organizations (SDOs)
Health Level Seven
What Does the Name HL7 Mean?
HL7 Products
Ballot Process
Language
Membership
International Affiliates
The Technical Steering Committee
Other SDOs and Consortia
IHTSDO
IHE
Continua Alliance
Open EHR
Open Health Tools
CDISC
HL7 - Health Level Seven
HL7 Version 2
Message Syntax
Delimiters
Segment Definition
Message Header MSH
Patient Identification Details (PID)
Patent Visit (PV1)
Request and Specimen Details (OBR)
Result Details (OBX)
Z-Segments
Data Types
Simple Data Types
Complex Data Types
Codes and Identifiers
Names and Addresses
Other Complex Data Types
A Simple Example
The HL7 V3 RIM
Origins
Overview
The REM Backbone
Structural Attributes
Specializations
Act
Act class Code
Mood Code
Status Code
Times
Act Specializations
Entity
Entity Specializations
Role
Role Specializations
Association Classes
Act Relationship
Participation
Role Link
HL7 Version 3 Data Types
Basic Data Types
Codes and Identifiers
Date/Time
Name and Address
Generic Collections
Communication Infrastructure
Infrastructure Root
Use of the RIM
Constrained Information Models
Types of Constrained Information Model
Domain Message Information Model
Refined Message Information Model
Hierarchical Message Description
Message Type
Types of Constraint
Omission and Cloning
Cloning
Multiplicity and Optionality
Data Types Constraint
Code Binding
Vocabulary and Value sets
Artifact Naming
A Simple Example
Diagram Notation
Classes
Attributes
Entry Point
CMET
Choice Box
Tooling
Templates
HL7 Development Framework
Project Initiation
Domain Analysis
Specification Design
Standard Profiles
Implementation Technology Specification (ITS)
Documentation
Clinical Document Architecture
Documents and Databases
CDA History
CDA Levels
CDA Header
What?
Times
Participations
Relationships
CDA Body
Section
Clinical Statement (Entry)
Relationships Between Entries
CDA Templates
The Continuity of Care Record (CCR)
Continuity of Care Document (CCD)
CCD Header
Document Identification
Document Meta-data
Subject
Other Parties
Document Purpose
CCD Body
HL7 Dynamic Model and THE XDS
HL7 Dynamic Model
Trigger Event
Application Role
Interaction
Message Type
Interaction Sequence
Message Wrappers
Query
Acknowledgment
Implementation Technology Specification (ITS)
IHE XDS
Snomed CT
Clinical Terminology
Why Clinical Terminology Matters
Computers Need Codes
Coding and Classification
First Generation Clinical Coding Systems
User Requirements
Oxmis Problem Codes
The Read Codes
SNOMED
Desiderata
The Meaning of Meaning
SNOMED CT
SNOMED CT Documentation
SNOMED CT User Guide
SNOMED CT Technical Reference Guide
SNOMED CT Technical Implementation Guide
Common Aspects
The SCTID
Status
Concept
Description
Relationship
Defining Relationships
Qualifying Relationships
Concept Model
Clinical Findings
Value Hierarchies
Other Attributes
Observable
Event
Situation with Explicit Context
Staging and Scales
Specimen
Body Structure
Organism
Pharmaceutical/Biologic Product
Physical Object
Physical Force
Social Context
Environment and Geographic Location
Qualifies Value
Record Artifact
Special Concept
Linkage Concept
SNOMED Expressions
Post-Coordination
Subtype Qualification
Axis Modification
Concept Combination and Linkage
Compositional Grammar
Extensions
Subsets
Cross Mappings
History Files
Releases
Using SNOMED and HL7 Together
Model of Use
Model of Meaning
Structural Models
Terminology Binding
Glossary
Bibliography
Index