Model Formulation: The HL7-OMG Healthcare Services Specification Project: Motivation, Methodology, and Deliverables for Enabling a Semantically Interoperable Service-oriented Architecture for Healthcare

@article{Kawamoto2009ModelFT,
  title={Model Formulation: The HL7-OMG Healthcare Services Specification Project: Motivation, Methodology, and Deliverables for Enabling a Semantically Interoperable Service-oriented Architecture for Healthcare},
  author={Kensaku Kawamoto and Alan Honey and Ken Rubin},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2009},
  volume={16 6},
  pages={874-81}
}
CONTEXT The healthcare industry could achieve significant benefits through the adoption of a service-oriented architecture (SOA). The specification and adoption of standard software service interfaces will be critical to achieving these benefits. OBJECTIVE To develop a replicable, collaborative framework for standardizing the interfaces of software services important to healthcare. DESIGN Iterative, peer-reviewed development of a framework for generating interoperable service specifications… CONTINUE READING

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