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November 2004 MIC 2004 1 - 18 PropeRWeb Archetypes and Screen Representations.

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1 November 2004 MIC PropeRWeb Archetypes and Screen Representations

2 November 2004MIC Introduction Helma van der Linden Medical Informatics University Maastricht The Netherlands

3 November 2004MIC Topics PropeR PropeR Archetypes Archetypes PropeRWeb PropeRWeb Implementation Implementation Evaluation Evaluation

4 November 2004MIC PropeR Keywords Multidisciplinary team Multidisciplinary team 2 Subprojects 2 Subprojects Stroke patients – primary care environment Stroke patients – primary care environment Focus = communication Focus = communication AML patients – hematology dept. hospital AML patients – hematology dept. hospital Focus = guidelines integration Focus = guidelines integration

5 November 2004MIC PropeRWeb Based on standards Based on standards OMG HDTF (PIDS, COAS) OMG HDTF (PIDS, COAS) HL7 V2.3 HL7 V2.3 Uses open source components Uses open source components OpenEMed – reference implementation of PIDS & COAS OpenEMed – reference implementation of PIDS & COAS Cocoon – webapplication framework Cocoon – webapplication framework Tomcat – servlet engine Tomcat – servlet engine Distributed Distributed Web based Web based No hard coded domain model No hard coded domain model

6 November 2004MIC Archetypes Keywords Definition of medical concepts through database independent language Definition of medical concepts through database independent language Separation of Disciplines Separation of Disciplines Data model definition  medical experts Data model definition  medical experts Software development  IT experts Software development  IT experts Thomas Beale / Dipak Kalra / OpenEHR / UCL Thomas Beale / Dipak Kalra / OpenEHR / UCL

7 November 2004MIC Archetypes Constraint-based models of domain entities Constraint-based models of domain entities

8 November 2004MIC Archetypes Advantages Advantages Independent development of system and domain models Independent development of system and domain models Future-proof Future-proof Disadvantages Disadvantages Not yet fully implemented Not yet fully implemented Chance of proliferation of archetypes Chance of proliferation of archetypes

9 November 2004MIC PropeRWeb OpenEMed PIDS servers OpenEMed PIDS servers OpenEMed COAS server OpenEMed COAS server Custom archetype implementation Custom archetype implementation Cocoon framework for presentation Cocoon framework for presentation

10 November 2004MIC Implementation Issue Screen representation Screen representation Part of archetype definition Part of archetype definition Separate of archetype definition Separate of archetype definition

11 November 2004MIC Screen representation Knowledge of data type Knowledge of data type Text / Date / Number Text / Date / Number Knowledge of intended display device Knowledge of intended display device PC screen / mobile device PC screen / mobile device Knowledge of input methods Knowledge of input methods Keyboard / touch screen / voice command Keyboard / touch screen / voice command Ergonomic layout/design Ergonomic layout/design

12 November 2004MIC Screen representations - 2 Part of archetype definition Part of archetype definition All knowledge of medical concept together All knowledge of medical concept together Violation of “Separation of Disciplines” Violation of “Separation of Disciplines” Separated from archetype definition Separated from archetype definition Definition of views, rather than concepts Definition of views, rather than concepts Repetition of “data type” information Repetition of “data type” information

13 November 2004MIC Implementation Simplified Archetype definitions in XML Simplified Archetype definitions in XML Separate screen representations defined as XML and Cocoon JXTemplates Separate screen representations defined as XML and Cocoon JXTemplates

14 November 2004MIC Implementation PIDS COAS kernel Arche- types Cocoon clien t Screens clien t

15 November 2004MIC Screenshot Patient info from PIDS server Generated form list Metadata displayed Medical data from COAS server

16 November 2004MIC Evaluation CVA-domain version is in use by primary care therapists CVA-domain version is in use by primary care therapists Version for AML patients is under development Version for AML patients is under development Only changes in XML and screen representations Only changes in XML and screen representations Development for other domains in progress Development for other domains in progress

17 November 2004 MIC Questions? Links

18 November 2004 MIC Thank you

19 November 2004MIC OMG Healthcare DTF PIDS = Person Identification Specification PIDS = Person Identification Specification Demographic patient information Demographic patient information Generic specification Generic specification Interface to Master Patient Index Interface to Master Patient Index Correlation of multiple PIDS servers Correlation of multiple PIDS servers Merge + unduplicate patient identification Merge + unduplicate patient identification

20 November 2004MIC OMG Healthcare DTF - 2 COAS = Clinical Observation Access Specification COAS = Clinical Observation Access Specification Medical data Medical data Generic specification Generic specification Interface to medical data servers Interface to medical data servers

21 November 2004MIC Projects used OpenEMed OpenEMed Los Alamos National Laboratories Los Alamos National Laboratories Reference implementation of OMG HDTF Reference implementation of OMG HDTF David Forslund David Forslund Cocoon Cocoon Publishing framework Publishing framework Based on XML Based on XML Apache project Apache project


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