International interoperability

Sam Heard sam.heard at oceaninformatics.com
Tue Aug 21 17:02:01 EDT 2012


Hi Stefan
You are now getting to the nub of what we are trying to do in openEHR. 
Actually the modelling of clinical content is a change agent itself.
Our hope is to do this on CKM or the like and not need the sitting part.
Cheers, Sam
On 22/08/2012 4:20 AM, Stefan Sauermann 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 <mailto: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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