HL7 document patient record architecture: an XML document architecture based on a shared information model

@article{Dolin1999HL7DP,
  title={HL7 document patient record architecture: an XML document architecture based on a shared information model},
  author={Robert H. Dolin and Liora Alschuler and Fred M. Behlen and Paul V. Biron and Sandy Boyer and Daniel J. Essin and Lloyd Harding and Tom Lincoln and John E. Mattison and Wes Rishel and Rachael Sokolowski and John Spinosa and Jason P. Williams},
  journal={Proceedings. AMIA Symposium},
  year={1999},
  pages={52-6}
}
The HL7 SGML/XML Special Interest Group is developing the HL7 Document Patient Record Architecture. This draft proposal strives to create a common data architecture for the interoperability of healthcare documents. Key components are that it is under the umbrella of HL7 standards, it is specified in Extensible Markup Language, the semantics are drawn from the HL7 Reference Information Model, and the document specifications form an architecture that, in aggregate, define the semantics and… CONTINUE READING
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