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Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook : Conformance and Testing of Healthcare Data Exchange Standards

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Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook : Conformance and Testing of Healthcare Data Exchange Standards
Title
Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook
Title remainder
Conformance and Testing of Healthcare Data Exchange Standards
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eng
Summary
This book focuses on the development and use of interoperability standards related to healthcare information technology (HIT) and provides in-depth discussion of the associated essential aspects. The book explains the principles of conformance, examining how to improve the content of healthcare data exchange standards (including HL7 v2.x, CDA, and FHIR), the rigor of conformance testing, and the interoperability capabilities of healthcare applications for the benefit of healthcare professionals who use HIT, developers of HIT applications, and healthcare consumers who aspire to be recipients of safe and effective health services facilitated through meaningful use of well-designed HIT. Readers will understand the common terms interoperability, conformance, compliance and compatibility, and be prepared to design and implement their own complex interoperable healthcare information system. Chapters address the practical aspects of the subject matter to enable real-world application of previously theoretical concepts. The book provides real-world, concrete examples to explain how to apply the information, and includes many diagrams to illustrate relationships of entities and concepts described in the text. Designed for professionals and practitioners, this book is appropriate for implementers and developers of HIT, technical staff of information technology vendors participating in the development of standards and profiling initiatives, informatics professionals who design conformance testing tools, staff of information technology departments in healthcare institutions, and experts involved in standards development. Healthcare providers and leadership of provider organizations seeking a better understanding of conformance, interoperability, and IT certification processes will benefit from this book, as will students studying healthcare information technology
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Oemig, Frank
Dewey number
004
Index
no index present
LC call number
QA75.5-76.95
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non fiction
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Snelick, Robert
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  • Health services administration
  • Medical informatics
  • Computer system failures
  • System Performance and Evaluation
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  • Computer system failures
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Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook : Conformance and Testing of Healthcare Data Exchange Standards
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-44839-8
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online resource
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Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Trademarks and Disclaimer; Copy-Editor; Contributors; Reviewers; HL7 Conformance Working Group; Robert Snelick Acknowledgments; Frank Oemig Acknowledgments; Dedication; Contents; About the Authors; Acronyms; List of Figures; List of Tables; Healthcare Information Technology; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Case for Common Understanding; 1.1.1 The Need for Consistency; 1.2 Information Cycle; 1.3 Motivation for Cooperation; 1.4 Definition of Key Terms and Concepts; 1.4.1 Conformance; 1.4.2 Interoperability; 1.5 Interoperability Levels; 1.6 Standards Development Life-Cycle
  • 1.7 ISO/OSI Stack1.8 Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP); 1.9 Concept Relationships; 1.10 Approaches to Standards Development; 1.11 Testing; 1.12 Scope and Purpose; 1.13 Commonly Used Terms and Definitions; 1.14 Intended Audience; 1.15 Keywords for Use; 1.16 Summary; References; 2 Architecture; 2.1 Interface; 2.1.1 Types of Interfaces; 2.1.1.1 Functional (Local€+€Remote); 2.1.1.2 Message-Based Data Exchange; 2.1.1.3 Document Exchange; 2.1.2 Communication Paradigms; 2.1.3 Protocol Layer; 2.1.4 Levels for Interoperability; 2.2 Interfacing; 2.2.1 Impact on Interfaces
  • 2.3 Serving Interfaces with Data2.3.1 General "Capability" of a System; 2.3.2 Relevance for Interfaces; 2.4 Dynamic Behavior; 2.4.1 Message Pairs; 2.4.2 Timing; 2.4.3 Message Identification; 2.4.4 Routing to Multiple Destinations; 2.4.5 Responsibility of a System; 2.4.6 Event Handling; 2.4.7 Delayed Message Handling (Sender); 2.4.8 Handling of Outdated Data (Receiver); 2.5 Intermediate Message Handling; 2.6 Message Population; 2.7 Information Transmission; 2.8 Delete Indication; 2.8.1 Legal Requirements for Data Persistence; 2.8.2 Receiver Responsibility; 2.8.3 Data Granularity
  • 2.8.4 Impact of Order of Messages2.8.5 Sender Responsibility: Impact to System Design; 2.9 Null Flavors; 2.10 Snapshot Mode Versus Update Mode; 2.11 Considerations in Application Development; 2.11.1 Introducing Functional Requirements; 2.11.2 Conformance Discussion; 2.12 Summary; References; 3 Healthcare Standards Landscape; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Standards Developing Organizations; 3.2.1 UNECE; 3.2.2 ASC (US); 3.2.3 ASTM (US); 3.2.4 HL7; 3.2.4.1 Affiliates; 3.2.5 DICOM; 3.2.6 KBV, ZI and QMS (Germany); 3.2.7 KV-Telematik (Germany); 3.2.8 NCPDP (USA); 3.2.9 OASIS
  • 3.3 Profile Development Organizations3.3.1 IHE; 3.3.2 ELGA (Austria); 3.3.3 eHealth Suisse (Switzerland); 3.3.4 HITSP (US); 3.3.5 S & I Framework (US); 3.3.6 Standards Collaborative (Canada); 3.3.7 Interop'Santé (France); 3.3.8 ASIP Santé (France); 3.3.9 Phast (France); 3.3.10 eSanté (Luxembourg); 3.3.11 Interoperability Forum (Germany); 3.3.12 NHS (UK); 3.3.13 SMART Health IT on FHIR® (US); 3.3.13.1 Profiles; 3.4 Overview of Widely Used Standards; 3.4.1 HL7; 3.4.1.1 Version 2.x and 3.0; 3.4.1.2 CDA; 3.4.1.3 CCOW; 3.4.1.4 FHIR; 3.4.1.5 More HL7 Family Members; 3.4.2 Other Standards; 3.5 Summary
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (696 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319448398
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
SpringerLink
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-44839-8
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)967556975
  • (OCoLC)ocn967556975
Label
Healthcare Interoperability Standards Compliance Handbook : Conformance and Testing of Healthcare Data Exchange Standards
Link
https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-44839-8
Publication
Bibliography note
References
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Trademarks and Disclaimer; Copy-Editor; Contributors; Reviewers; HL7 Conformance Working Group; Robert Snelick Acknowledgments; Frank Oemig Acknowledgments; Dedication; Contents; About the Authors; Acronyms; List of Figures; List of Tables; Healthcare Information Technology; 1 Introduction; 1.1 The Case for Common Understanding; 1.1.1 The Need for Consistency; 1.2 Information Cycle; 1.3 Motivation for Cooperation; 1.4 Definition of Key Terms and Concepts; 1.4.1 Conformance; 1.4.2 Interoperability; 1.5 Interoperability Levels; 1.6 Standards Development Life-Cycle
  • 1.7 ISO/OSI Stack1.8 Reference Model for Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP); 1.9 Concept Relationships; 1.10 Approaches to Standards Development; 1.11 Testing; 1.12 Scope and Purpose; 1.13 Commonly Used Terms and Definitions; 1.14 Intended Audience; 1.15 Keywords for Use; 1.16 Summary; References; 2 Architecture; 2.1 Interface; 2.1.1 Types of Interfaces; 2.1.1.1 Functional (Local€+€Remote); 2.1.1.2 Message-Based Data Exchange; 2.1.1.3 Document Exchange; 2.1.2 Communication Paradigms; 2.1.3 Protocol Layer; 2.1.4 Levels for Interoperability; 2.2 Interfacing; 2.2.1 Impact on Interfaces
  • 2.3 Serving Interfaces with Data2.3.1 General "Capability" of a System; 2.3.2 Relevance for Interfaces; 2.4 Dynamic Behavior; 2.4.1 Message Pairs; 2.4.2 Timing; 2.4.3 Message Identification; 2.4.4 Routing to Multiple Destinations; 2.4.5 Responsibility of a System; 2.4.6 Event Handling; 2.4.7 Delayed Message Handling (Sender); 2.4.8 Handling of Outdated Data (Receiver); 2.5 Intermediate Message Handling; 2.6 Message Population; 2.7 Information Transmission; 2.8 Delete Indication; 2.8.1 Legal Requirements for Data Persistence; 2.8.2 Receiver Responsibility; 2.8.3 Data Granularity
  • 2.8.4 Impact of Order of Messages2.8.5 Sender Responsibility: Impact to System Design; 2.9 Null Flavors; 2.10 Snapshot Mode Versus Update Mode; 2.11 Considerations in Application Development; 2.11.1 Introducing Functional Requirements; 2.11.2 Conformance Discussion; 2.12 Summary; References; 3 Healthcare Standards Landscape; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Standards Developing Organizations; 3.2.1 UNECE; 3.2.2 ASC (US); 3.2.3 ASTM (US); 3.2.4 HL7; 3.2.4.1 Affiliates; 3.2.5 DICOM; 3.2.6 KBV, ZI and QMS (Germany); 3.2.7 KV-Telematik (Germany); 3.2.8 NCPDP (USA); 3.2.9 OASIS
  • 3.3 Profile Development Organizations3.3.1 IHE; 3.3.2 ELGA (Austria); 3.3.3 eHealth Suisse (Switzerland); 3.3.4 HITSP (US); 3.3.5 S & I Framework (US); 3.3.6 Standards Collaborative (Canada); 3.3.7 Interop'Santé (France); 3.3.8 ASIP Santé (France); 3.3.9 Phast (France); 3.3.10 eSanté (Luxembourg); 3.3.11 Interoperability Forum (Germany); 3.3.12 NHS (UK); 3.3.13 SMART Health IT on FHIR® (US); 3.3.13.1 Profiles; 3.4 Overview of Widely Used Standards; 3.4.1 HL7; 3.4.1.1 Version 2.x and 3.0; 3.4.1.2 CDA; 3.4.1.3 CCOW; 3.4.1.4 FHIR; 3.4.1.5 More HL7 Family Members; 3.4.2 Other Standards; 3.5 Summary
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (696 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319448398
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
SpringerLink
Other control number
10.1007/978-3-319-44839-8
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)967556975
  • (OCoLC)ocn967556975

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