Revisiting ontological foundations of the OpenEHR Entry Model

Jussara jussara.macedo at gmail.com
Fri Oct 26 23:48:17 EDT 2012


Ian,
I sent this paper to Thomas twomonths ago and he did a commentary on his blog.
http://wolandscat.net/2012/09/03/ontologies-in-health-ready-for-prime-time-iao-versus-openehr/
It's worthy to read it
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Em Oct 26, 2012, às 1:48 PM, Ian McNicoll <Ian.McNicoll at oceaninformatics.com> escreveu:

> Interesting presentation on applying realist ontology to archetypes.
> 
> http://kr-med.org/icbofois2012/icbopresentations/TuesdayAfternoon/session8_paper7.pdf
> 
> I am still unconvinced that trying to apply realist ontological
> principles to archetypes makes sense, or indeed helps much.
> 
> Perhaps someone can explain this better!!
> 
> Ian
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