Interface of Inference Models with Concept and Medical Record Models

@inproceedings{Rector2001InterfaceOI,
  title={Interface of Inference Models with Concept and Medical Record Models},
  author={Alan L. Rector and Peter D. Johnson and Samson W. Tu and Chris Wroe and Jeremy Rogers},
  booktitle={AIME},
  year={2001}
}
Medical information systems and standards are increasingly based on principled models of at least three distinct sorts of information – patient data, concepts (terminology), and guidelines (decision support). Well defined interfaces are required between the three types of model to allow development to proceed independently. Two of the major issues to be dealt with in the defining of such interfaces are the interaction between ontological and inferential abstractions – how general notions such… CONTINUE READING
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