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Extensible markup language (XML) in health care: integration of structured reporting and decision support

C E Kahn, N B de la Cruz
1998 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
In this paper, we describe an architecture that uses XML to mediate between disparate client-server systems for structured reporting and decision support.  ...  The Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a newly adopted Internet protocol for data interchange designed to bring the key features of the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML; ISO 8879:1986)--extensibility  ...  Barnas, MD, for critical review of the manuscript, and the National Library of Medicine for access to the UMLS Knowledge Sources Server.  ... 
pmid:9929314 pmcid:PMC2232249 fatcat:ovzvmz5oxfd37bg32msi7ef5jy

Managing security policies in a distributed environment using eXtensible markup language (XML)

Nathan N. Vuong, Geoffrey S. Smith, Yi Deng
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 ACM symposium on Applied computing - SAC '01  
This paper describes practical concepts that can be employed in an enterprise environment for managing security policies using eXtensible Markup Language (XML).  ...  In light of the growth of the Internet, much research has been done on application-level distributed authorization systems.  ...  eXtensible Markup Language (XML) The XML specification [17] is the work of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) Working Group.  ... 
doi:10.1145/372202.372386 dblp:conf/sac/VuongSD01 fatcat:plss43fxanalxaee2fppqonbwi

Potential Use of Extensible Markup Language for Radiology Reporting: A Tutorial

Cun Wang, Charles E. Kahn
2000 Radiographics  
Data Entry and Reporting, UMLS = Unified Medical Language System, XML = Extensible Markup Language  ...  Abbreviations: DICOM = Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine, HL7 = Health Level Seven, HTML = Hypertext Markup Language, SGML = Standard Generalized Markup Language, SPIDER = Structured Platform-Independent  ...  (2) Report definition for aortic ultrasound (US) written in Data-entry and Reporting Markup Language.  ... 
doi:10.1148/radiographics.20.1.g00ja28287 pmid:10682794 fatcat:nkzsu4xsijh2pez7ehdeccsvj4

Representing Information in Patient Reports Using Natural Language Processing and the Extensible Markup Language

C. Friedman, G. Hripcsak, L. Shagina, H. Liu
1999 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Methods: A document model that encodes structured clinical information in patient reports while retaining the original contents was designed using the extensible markup language (XML), and a document type  ...  If manual review of the documents is desired, the salient information in the original reports can also be identified and highlighted.  ...  This paper describes a document structure, based on XML (extensible markup language, 15 a subset of standard generalized markup language [SGML]) 16, 17 that was designed for ease of implementation and  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.1999.0060076 pmid:9925230 pmcid:PMC61346 fatcat:l5dufoxqjvaunevbpmjq5363p4

Towards health care process description framework: an XML DTD design

P Staccini, M Joubert, J F Quaranta, S Aymard, D Fieschi, M Fieschi
2001 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
The purpose of this work is to propose a method to implement the results of process analysis according to XML techniques (eXtensible Markup Language).  ...  The development of health care and hospital information systems has to meet users needs as well as requirements such as the tracking of all care activities and the support of quality improvement.  ...  We implemented the material of process analysis with XML techniques (eXtensible Markup Language).  ... 
pmid:11825265 pmcid:PMC2243422 fatcat:bdah5wmlazeufivb6d2w5scm3i

XML-based clinical data standardisation in the National Health Service Scotland

Raluca Bunduchi, Robin Williams, Ian Graham, Alison Smart
2006 Journal of Innovation in Health Informatics  
Minor changes to the strategy were made in 2003 to ensure a stronger ministerial involvement (for example, the minister is the chair of the e-health programme board).  ...  The authors thank Paul Woolman, the Clinical Information Standards Manager, ISD Scotland, for his invaluable help and support during the study, and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This study is part of the Network Enterprise E-science project, funded by the ERSC.  ... 
doi:10.14236/jhi.v14i4.634 fatcat:gbbsyhvfuvc5bkykggoos6nsji

Analytical processing of XML documents

Rajesh R. Bordawekar, Christian A. Lang
2005 SIGMOD record  
Hence, we outline new extensions to XQuery for supporting such complex analytical operations. Finally, we discuss various challenges in implementing XML analysis in a real system.  ...  Need for analyzing XML documents is gaining urgency as XML has become the language of choice for data representation across a wide range of application domains.  ...  INTRODUCTION Since its inception as a language for large-scale electronic publishing, Extensible Markup Language (XML) has emerged as the lingua franca for portable data representation.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1083784.1083790 fatcat:6hn6oseo3nepfope7szvlm5gte

Evaluation of ISO EN 13606 as a result of its implementation in XML

Tony Austin, Shanghua Sun, Taher Hassan, Dipak Kalra
2013 Health Informatics Journal  
This article describes the evolution of an Extensible Markup Language (XML) Schema through three iterations, each of which emphasised one particular approach to delivering an executable equivalent to the  ...  The five parts of the ISO EN 13606 standard define a means by which health-care records can be exchanged between computer systems.  ...  The XML third form jettisons the CS type entirely and uses XML enumerations for the standard's term lists XML: Extensible Markup Language.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1460458212473993 pmid:23995217 pmcid:PMC4107818 fatcat:5czfpjp2evgfpjvfmfxj4otvh4

Technical context and cultural consequences of XML

S. Adler, R. Cochrane, J. F. Morar, A. Spector
2006 IBM Systems Journal  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the following people in IBM in reviewing this paper  ...  INTRODUCTION In 1996, a committee of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C**) began work on what became the Extensible Markup Language (XML). 1 Based on SGML 2 (Standard Generalized Markup Language), XML  ...  factor in addressing this problem is the Code of Integration, due to the immense breadth and dynamism of the health-care challenge.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.452.0207 fatcat:vxq4hgtcmbeufovuntrn2rluym

Enhancing Security and Privacy of Healthcare Data using XML Schema

Ruchika Asija
2015 International Journal of Computer Applications  
For the storage and exchange of health care data, Extensible Markup Language (XML) is widely used.  ...  Information security and privacy in the health care sector is an issue of growing importance.  ...  ( 5 ) 5 Extensible Access Control Markup Language (XACML)  ... 
doi:10.5120/20385-2684 fatcat:3lvfwljssjc25n7geh7pe53jxi

Revolutionary impact of XML on biomedical information interoperability

A. Shabo, S. Rabinovici-Cohen, P. Vortman
2006 IBM Systems Journal  
Revolutionary impact of XML on biomedical information interoperability The use of Extensible Markup Language (XML) to implement data sharing and semantic interoperability in healthcare and life sciences  ...  INTRODUCTION The use of Extensible Markup Language (XML) in Healthcare and Life Sciences (HCLS) is spreading rapidly with the effort to integrate biomedical information and develop semantic interoperability  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.452.0361 fatcat:3qzveul2nvb43myatvitd3fyhe

A Model for an Electronic Health Information Management System with Structural Interoperability in Heterogeneous Environments for continued Health Care

Kingford Mutinta Haakalaki, Jackson Phiri, Monica Kalumbilo Kabemba
2018 Zambia ICT Journal  
Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems have over the recent years become an integral part of any effective Health Care System.  ...  Volumes of data is kept in heterogeneous systems and though continued health care highly depends on knowledge acquired from medical history captured at various points, this information is usually not readily  ...  EXTENSIBLE MARK-UP LANGUAGE -XML Extensible Mark-up Language (XML) [11] is a selfdescriptive language that was designed to store and transport data.  ... 
doi:10.33260/zictjournal.v2i2.58 fatcat:dn7jm2gtn5h7vm2udxkeq7ciki

An update on HL7's XML-based document representation standards

R H Dolin, L Alschuler, S Boyer, C Beebe, Kona Editorial Group
2000 Proceedings. AMIA Symposium  
But HL7 is also developing standards for the representation of clinical documents (such as discharge summaries and consultation notes).  ...  This article delves into the technical details of the current CDA proposal. Note that due to space limitations, only a subset of CDA details can be described.  ...  Key aspects of the CDA include: (1) CDA documents are encoded in Extensible Markup Language (XML); (2) CDA documents derive their meaning from the HL7 Reference Information Model3 (RIM)* and use RIM  ... 
pmid:11079871 pmcid:PMC2243734 fatcat:5f7j4ia7ejht5pvcwzayuqzbw4

KAT: A Flexible XML-based Knowledge Authoring Environment

Nathan C. Hulse, Roberto A. Rocha, Guilherme Del Fiol, Richard L. Bradshaw, Timothy P. Hanna, Lorrie K. Roemer
2005 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
The flexible nature of the application allows the immediate authoring of new types of documents once an appropriate XML schema and accompanying Web form have been developed and stored in a shared repository  ...  At present, users of the application can compose order sets and an assortment of other structured clinical knowledge documents based on XML schemas.  ...  George Thomsen, and the provider order entry development team at Intermountain Health Care for their insights and continuous support and collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1701 pmid:15802477 pmcid:PMC1174887 fatcat:b7kbh77lpjguxlw5p6uq2rx5re

XML Implementation of Role Based Control in Healthcare Adhoc Networks

Qurban A. Memon, Shakeel Khoja
2007 2007 International Symposium on Microwave, Antenna, Propagation and EMC Technologies for Wireless Communications  
In this paper, we describe a health care application in an area where normal network connectivity is not available hence adhoc networking of small scale health care units and corresponding devices become  ...  Further, we propose XML implementation of such access control within a typical health care environment .  ...  The eXtensible Markup Language (XML) is regarded generally as having promise of becoming established as the general purpose framework for enabling transfer of data amongst heterogeneous environments.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mape.2007.4393492 fatcat:ikbjxxkdufhmvaepgo5towjgti
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