De Moor, G; Kalra, D; Devlies, J; (2008) Certification of Electronic Health Record systems and the Importance of the Validation of Clinical Archetypes. In: DeClercq, E and DeMoor, G, (eds.) UNSPECIFIED (82 - 91). I O S PRESS
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If Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are to provide an effective contribution to healthcare across Europe, a set of benchmarks need to be set to ensure the quality of such systems. This article describes the results of the EU funded QRec-project and emphasizes the need for validation of clinical archetypes to support the semantic interoperability between EHR systems and other interacting eHealth applications.
|Title:||Certification of Electronic Health Record systems and the Importance of the Validation of Clinical Archetypes|
|Keywords:||Electronic Health Record, Quality, Certification, Clinical Archetypes, STANDARDS, MEDICINE|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Population Health Sciences > Institute of Epidemiology and Health Care > CHIME|
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