Machine Learning , some thoughts
bert.verhees at rosa.nl
Thu Jun 28 18:15:35 EDT 2018
GF said: We need standards on how to describe the health data and their
epistemology/context, modeling patterns and rules on how to use coding
systems and deal with ‘negation’, just to mention a few other things needed
to define data inside EHR systems in such a way that data can exchanged.
Dear Gerard, you know the joke?
A: We have 14 standards how to be interoperable in healthcare IT
B: What? I go and create a new standard which replaces all these standards.
A: We have 15 standards how to be interoperable in healthcare IT
The lesson is: We are all to small to be the center of the universe. We can
all be a part of it, nothing more.
Op do 28 jun. 2018 23:45 schreef GF <gfrer at luna.nl>:
> Gerard Freriks
> +31 620347088
> gfrer at luna.nl
> Kattensingel 20
> 2801 CA Gouda
> the Netherlands
> On 28 Jun 2018, at 16:03, Stefan Sauermann <sauermann at technikum-wien.at>
> Instead, the greatest hope for *effective systems will be realized when
> the infrastructure for introducing computational tools in medicine has been
> put in place by visionary leaders who understand the importance of
> networking, integration, shared access to patient data bases, and the use
> of standards for data exchange, communications, and knowledge sharing.*”
> We need standards on how to describe the health data and their
> epistemology/context, modeling patterns and rules on how to use coding
> systems and deal with ‘negation’, just to mention a few other things needed
> to define data inside EHR systems in such a way that data can exchanged.
> The archetype community (and many other standards groups) have them all,
> volunteers, early adopters, and large scale implementers. Sometimes we lose
> sight of each other, but they are all there.
> Looking forward,
> greetings from Vienna,
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