Service-oriented Architecture in Medical Software: Promises and Perils

@article{Nadkarni2007ServiceorientedAI,
  title={Service-oriented Architecture in Medical Software: Promises and Perils},
  author={Prakash M. Nadkarni and Randolph A. Miller},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2007},
  volume={14 2},
  pages={244-6}
}
by gest on Feruary 1, 2016 ht://jam ia.oxfournals.org/ D ow nladed from In the current issue of JAMIA, Kawamoto and Lobach propose a software framework intended to facilitate widespread, effective, clinical decision support. The proposed framework embraces a service-oriented-architecture (SOA) approach. Service-oriented-architecture is a philosophy of design described as “the software equivalent of Lego bricks,” where a toolset of mix-and-match units (“services”), each performing a well-defined… CONTINUE READING

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