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Ouagne, D; Nadah, N; Schober, D; Choquet, R; Teodoro, D; Colaert, D; Schulz, S; Jaulent, MC; Daniel, C.
Ensuring HL7-based information model requirements within an ontology framework.
Stud Health Technol Inform. 2010; 160(Pt 2):912-916


Authors Med Uni Graz:
Schulz Stefan

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This paper describes the building of an HL7-based Information Model Ontology (IMO) that can be exploited by a domain ontology in order to distribute querying over different clinical data repositories. We employed the Open Medical Development Framework (OMDF) based on a model driven development methodology. OMDF provides model transformation features to build an HL7-based information model that covers the conceptual scope of a target project. The resulting IMO is used to mediate between ontologically queries and information retrieval from semantically less defined Hospital Information Systems (HIS). In the context of the DebugIT project - which scope corresponds to the control of infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistances - Information Model Ontology is integrated to the DebugIT domain ontology in order to express queries.
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