Torsten Staab

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The Rapid Syndrome Validation Project (RSVP) is a collaboration of several institutions: Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories, the University of New Mexico Department of Emergency Medicine, and the NM Department of Health Office of Epidemiology. RSVP is a system that operates at the intersection of individual health care providers, public health and(More)
The high cost of healthcare information systems (HIS) is driven by a number of factors. Proprietary systems drive the cost of interchanging data much higher than if the systems implemented standard interfaces, by not being able to leverage competitive reusable components. The HL7 data standards ' have been an excellent help, but provide only partial(More)
The rapid evolution of Java and CORBA have enabled the development of an open standard architecture for an electronic medical record which is deployable independent of the hardware architecture and even programming language. We describe the role the TeleMed development supported by the USAMRMC has played in the continued development of this architecture.(More)
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