Category Archives: hl7

Handreiking OID systematiek instellingen

Inrichten van een OID register kan voor instellingen een opgave zijn. Deze handreiking is geschreven in opdracht van het BovenIJ ziekenhuis, een geeft een mogelijke aanpak. OID systematiek instellingen.pdf Let wel: de beschreven aanpak is maar een van vele mogelijkheden.

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XML Amsterdam 2013

Spoke yesterday at XML Amsterdam 2013 on ART DECOR, an open source framework for medical metadata. Slides available.

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Is RIMBAA a Mistake?

HL7v3 is a framework for developing messages in healthcare. Unlike its predecessor, v2, HL7v3 has at its core an information model, the RIM (Reference Information Model). The RIM contains classes and relations. From the RIM actual healthcare messages are derived, … Continue reading

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Zorg & ICT 2009

I spoke on the Zorg & ICT Beurs in Utrecht Wednesday on Healthcare, HL7v3, XML and Web Services. The presentation and title were in Duth, but the slides are mainly in English.

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Implementing Healthcare Messaging with XML

Last week Monday I gave a presentation on XML 2007 titled “Implementing Healthcare Messaging with XML” for a very attentive and responsive audience, chaired by Tony Coates. David Orchard and Glen Daniels of multiple WS-standards were there, and I had … Continue reading

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Axioms of Versioning 2

I’ve written a new version of ‘Axioms of Versioning‘. I extended the formalization to get a grasp of the concept of ‘Semantic Backward Compatibility in HL7v3, which I believe is flawed (quote: “Objective of backward model compatibility is that a … Continue reading

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