Using archetypes and Domain Specific Languages on development of ubiquitous applications to pervasive healthcare

@article{Menezes2010UsingAA,
  title={Using archetypes and Domain Specific Languages on development of ubiquitous applications to pervasive healthcare},
  author={Anderson L. Menezes and Carlos E. Cirilo and Jo{\~a}o Lu{\'i}s Cardoso de Moraes and Wanderley Lopes de Souza and Ant{\^o}nio Francisco do Prado},
  journal={2010 IEEE 23rd International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS)},
  year={2010},
  pages={395-400}
}
Pervasive healthcare focuses on the use of new technologies, tools, and services, in order to help patients to play a more active role in the treatment of their diseases. Since pervasive healthcare environments demand a huge amount of information exchange, the use of technologies like Health Level Seven (HL7) and archetypes has been proposed to provide interoperability between applications for these environments. However, the complexity of such technologies difficults their full adoption as… CONTINUE READING

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