Data interchange standards in healthcare IT--computable semantic interoperability: now possible but still difficult, do we really need a better mousetrap?

@article{Mead2006DataIS,
  title={Data interchange standards in healthcare IT--computable semantic interoperability: now possible but still difficult, do we really need a better mousetrap?},
  author={Charles N. Mead},
  journal={Journal of healthcare information management : JHIM},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={
          71-8
        }
}
  • Charles N. Mead
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    Journal of healthcare information management…
    2006
The following article on HL7 Version 3 will give readers a glimpse into the significant differences between "what came before"--that is, HL7 Version 2.x--and "what today and the future will bring," which is the HL7 Version 3 family of data interchange specifications. The difference between V2.x and V3 is significant, and it exists because the various stakeholders in the HL7 development process believe that the increased depth, breadth, and, to some degree, complexity that characterize V3 are… CONTINUE READING

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