Memory Clinic / Older Adult Mental Health
ian at freshehr.com
Tue Nov 17 15:56:48 EST 2015
I have been involved with a few groups around the uk looking to incorporate
openEHR into their registry/research solutions and there is some experience
with integration with i2b2 etc. Happy to discuss off-list.
On Tue, 17 Nov 2015 at 20:17, Matt Evans <mge at deepblue.uk.net> wrote:
> Thank you for the very helpful references and suggestions which I now need
> to read through. I will come back with further thoughts once I have had a
> chance to consider it all.
> There are some regional/national systems that have been set up to
> coordinate clinical data collection for and recruitment in to research and
> I want to investigate how/what they are collecting - I have found a
> presentation on one of them making reference to openEHR.
> On 13/11/2015 13:57, Thomas Beale wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> Some potentially useful resources:
> - Business purpose of archetypes
> 1 pager on why archetypes are needed
> - UK CKM <http://www.clinicalmodels.org.uk/ckm/>- a UK clinical models
> - HSCIC CKM <http://ckm.hscic.gov.uk/ckm/> - HSCIC's clinical models
> - Modelling Tools <http://www.openehr.org/downloads/modellingtools>
> Re: having to convert archetypes and templates into product specific
> formats, this is pretty easily doable, since archetypes are highly
> computable (i.e. don't rely on informal constructs or statements), and
> there are a number of open source libraries for working with archetypes
> within tools (e.g. adl-designer <https://github.com/openEHR/adl-designer>,
> adl2-core <https://github.com/openEHR/adl2-core>).
> If you keep an eye on this mailing list, you will get responses from
> clinical modelling experts and software developers on your more specific
> - thomas
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