Vol 5 No 1 (2010): Special Issue on Systemic Interoperability

Guest-edited by Ed Hammond

Table of Contents


Interoperability - What's in a Word PDF
W Ed Hammond e0

Special Issue Papers

Putting Health Record Interoperability Standards to Work PDF
Koray Atalag, Douglas Kingsford, Chris Paton, Jim Warren e1
Electronic Health Records, Semantic Interoperability and Politics PDF
Evelyn JS Hovenga, Sebastian Garde e2
The use of standard content specifications in a national health interoperability framework PDF
Sam Heard e3
An Approach towards Semantic Interoperability using Domain Models PDF
Georg D Heidenreich, Pantelis E Pantelis Angelidis e4
A Cost Effective Approach to Create a Universal Healthcare Identifier System PDF
Barry Hieb e5


The chaos in primary nursing data: good information reduces risk PDF
Catherine Janette Gogler, Carola Hullin, Val Monaghan, Christine Searle e6
Sociotechnical implications for Information Technology related interventions in community medication management – a case study PDF
Jean-Pierre Calabretto, Paula MC Swatman e7
Monitoring of clinical activities and performances by using international classifications ICD-10 and ICPC-2. Three years experience of the Kigali University Teaching Hospital, Rwanda PDF
Theobald Hategekimana, Candide Tran Ngoc, Denis Porignon, Michel De Jonghe, Frank Verbeke, Stefaan Vanbastelaere e8

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