Yet another OBSERVATION vs. EVALUATION issue

Jussara macedo jussara.macedo at gmail.com
Tue Aug 21 15:04:54 EDT 2012


Hello,
that´s what CKM and the openEHR community are for!
Regards
Jussara Rötzsch
Md, MSc
Director, OpenEHR Foundation
Owner, Giant Global Graph ehealth Solutions
<http://www.giantglobalgraph.com.br>




On Tue, Aug 21, 2012 at 3:50 PM, Stefan Sauermann <
sauermann at technikum-wien.at> wrote:

> Hello!
> If you want to be interoperable to "the rest of the world", you will have
> to sit together with all of them, agree on the information you want to
> share in which situation, on how it is packed for communication and write
> this up in an agreement.
>
> Before that day, there will be no safe interoperability without human
> brains checking each exchange thoroughly, asking back in case of doubt.
>
> There will only be interoperability with those who agreed beforehand.
>
>
> Hope this helps, greetings from Vienna,
> Stefan
>
>
> --
> Stefan Sauermann
>
>
>
> Gerard Freriks <gfrer at luna.nl> schrieb:
>
>> But what to do with the rest of the world that continues to use the term
>> diagnosis meaning something else?
>>
>> Gerard Freriks
>> +31 620347088
>> gfrer at luna.nl
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> On 20 Aug 2012, at 16:30, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
>>
>> and panic attacks/hyper ventilation. These were my inferences about the
>>
>> process inside the patient system.
>>
>> Only one was true and had to found out via trial and error diagnostics
>>
>> and trial treatments. I fear that the best we can do in most circumstances
>>
>> (as GP) is to code 'Reasons for ..' and do not use the word diagnosis too
>>
>> often.
>>
>>
>> Isn't that what we call 'differential diagnosis'?
>>
>>
>> Anyhow. I agree that these DD or reasons for should be seperated and
>>
>> clearly distinctable from the 'final' diangosis, preferably based on
>> facts and
>>
>> deduction.
>>
>>
>> "final" diagnoses mainly exist with the field of pathology/the coroners
>> office.
>>
>>
>>
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