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1 Terminology Adoption/Integration Principles Carol Broverman Joe Schlesinger Kent Spackman Keith Campbell

2 Revised Guidelines Principles for Adoption of HL7-Compliant Terminologies Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts

3 Principles for Adoption of HL7- Compliant Terminologies 1The terminology must be compliant with the semantics of the HL7 structures 2The terminology provider must be willing to participate in HL7-sanctioned interoperability efforts 3There must be an organization committed to the timely maintenance and update of the terminology

4 Principles for Adoption of HL7- Compliant Terminologies 4Appropriateness of cost will be a consideration. (see Principles for HL7- sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts) 4The terminology must be free from excessive license fees, yet HL7-sanctioned interoperability efforts must not jeopardize the business model of the terminology provider (see Principles for HL7- sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts) 5The terminology should be comprehensive for the intended domain of use

5 Principles for Adoption of HL7- Compliant Terminologies 6Regulatory circumstances may require the adoption of specific terminologies. The use of such terminologies, provided that they are consistent with principle #1 above, shall not be considered a deviation from the HL7 standard

6 Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts 1A source provider must be willing to publish a limited conceptual model sufficient for HL7 implementation, and allow HL7 implementers to implement those or derivative information models within their applications without royalty, and the HL7 organization is free to incorporate those or derivative information models within the HL7 standard

7 Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts 2Within the limitations stated by an appropriate written agreement, a terminology will be provided by The Terminology Provider to any HL7 sanctioned Terminology Integration Organization (TIO) efforts that wish to integrate said terminology content with the terminology content of others. (cont…)

8 Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts For the purposes of an integration effort aThe TIO is required to implement the terminology providers system in a way that is approved of by the source provider

9 Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts bThe TIO must distribute and license its integrated products in accordance with its agreement with the terminology provider. Participation with HL7-sanctioned terminology integration efforts does not imply that the terminology provider must relinquish any rights to its intellectual property.

10 Principles for HL7-Sanctioned Terminology Integration Efforts 3The TIO should enter into a written agreement with the terminology provider that details the assumption of liability pertaining to the accuracy of any resulting interoperability products


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