Using features of Arden Syntax with object-oriented medical data models for guideline modeling

@article{Peleg2001UsingFO,
  title={Using features of Arden Syntax with object-oriented medical data models for guideline modeling},
  author={Mor Peleg and Omolola Ogunyemi and Samson W. Tu and Aziz A. Boxwala and Qing Zeng-Treitler and Robert A. Greenes and Edward H. Shortliffe},
  journal={Proceedings. AMIA Symposium},
  year={2001},
  pages={523-7}
}
Computer-interpretable guidelines (CIGs) can deliver patient-specific decision support at the point of care. CIGs base their recommendations on eligibility and decision criteria that relate medical concepts to patient data. CIG models use expression languages for specifying these criteria, and define models for medical data to which the expressions can refer. In developing version 3 of the GuideLine Interchange Format (GLIF3), we used existing standards as the medical data model and expression… CONTINUE READING