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Ontologising Interaction Behavior for Service-Oriented Enterprise Healthcare Integration

Ratnesh Sahay, Ronan Fox, Manfred Hauswirth
2008 2008 Sixth European Conference on Web Services  
We apply semantics on top of HL7 profiles to resolve ambiguity and heterogeneity in the service and process definitions of HL7 compliant healthcare enterprises.  ...  In this paper we analyse the HL7 healthcare standard as an integration mechanism to connect service-oriented healthcare enterprises.  ...  We see this as PPEPR's core strength compared to syntactic integration solutions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ecows.2008.28 dblp:conf/ecows/SahayFH08 fatcat:chbi6t7dingg7hmrg5rpqvhoxm

Formation of an Innovative Competitiveness Management System of the Enterprise: On the Case of Ukraine's Healthcare

Serhii Makarenko, Nataliia Oliinyk, Vladyslav Danko, Yevheniia Kaplina
2020 Journal of Economics and Management Sciences  
The calculation of the integral indicator of assessing the effectiveness of the use of labor resources as the most important component of assessing the level of competitiveness of an enterprise.  ...  system and the mechanism for developing and implementing competitive strategies in the health care institution management system are developed.  ...  In today's unstable external and internal business environment, participants in the innovation process in the healthcare system must constantly develop and implement appropriate innovation development  ... 
doi:10.30560/jems.v3n1p1 fatcat:lb6ovw6ssncbfoqccwkoliaq5i

Model Driven Upstream and Downstream Artifacts

Adnan Javed, Farooque Azam, Amjad Umar
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
This would allow enterprise planning at intermediary level to provide upstream and downstream independence.  ...  It is important for a systems architect to be able to "zoom in" and "zoom out" different levels of details, i.e., to see the enterprise and business level views as well as to go into details of systems  ...  Figure 3 shows the EM (Enterprise Model) diagram that captures the healthcare specific processes such as healthcare administration and healthcare services (e.g., patient care).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.08.556 fatcat:ylr6tlyl2rd2tiuckiupfrwaqi

A Motivation-Oriented Architecture Modelling for e-Healthcare Prosumption [chapter]

Malgorzata Pankowska
2016 Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation  
activities' processes for the organization mission and vision by example of e-healthcare prosumption system.  ...  The enterprise architecture (EA) is a coherent and consistent set of principles and rules that guide system design.  ...  According to the CIMOSA guidelines, enterprise integration is a continuous process, which requires that enterprise modelling activities should be realized simultaneously with the normal operation of the  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-30133-4_3 fatcat:wn2xfcbjzjbnpeowllsgxcdmm4

ROLE OF ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM

Muhammad Sajid, Kamran Ahsan
2016 Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management  
Enterprise architecture (EA) is a tool that aligns organization's business-process with application and information technology (IT) through EAmodels.  ...  This research investigates the role of enterprise architecture in healthcare organizations and suggests the suitable EA framework for knowledge-based medical diagnostic system for EA modeling by comparing  ...  role in the integration of healthcare resources such as staff, technology and healthcare delivery process.  ... 
doi:10.4301/s1807-17752016000200002 fatcat:u6ns3wzqivatbawoljphhnh25i

ROLE OF ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE IN HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS AND KNOWLEDGE-BASED MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM

Muhammad Sajid, Kamran Ahsan
2015 Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management  
Enterprise architecture (EA) is a tool that aligns organization's business-process with application and information technology (IT) through EAmodels.  ...  This research investigates the role of enterprise architecture in healthcare organizations and suggests the suitable EA framework for knowledge-based medical diagnostic system for EA modeling by comparing  ...  role in the integration of healthcare resources such as staff, technology and healthcare delivery process.  ... 
doi:10.4301/s1807-177520160002000002 fatcat:slhvbgfbhveavkeffve7jvnzsq

Adaptive Enterprise Architecture for the Digital Healthcare Industry: A Digital Platform for Drug Development

Yoshimasa Masuda, Alfred Zimmermann, Murlikrishna Viswanathan, Matt Bass, Osamu Nakamura, Shuichiro Yamamoto
2021 Information  
In this paper, we investigated and analyzed the process of drug design and development within the healthcare industry, together with related work in using an enterprise architecture framework for the digital  ...  Moreover, digital platforms in the healthcare industry accelerate and increase the efficiency of drug discovery and development processes.  ...  for the efficiency and progress of the drug discovery and development processes in the healthcare industry.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12020067 fatcat:yvhkdnecfjbpvmeoxdcljaad5q

Clinical Engineering Use of Event-Driven Process Chain (EPC) to Develop Enterprise Models of Collaborative Information and Workflow for Re-Engineering the Operating Room

Elliot Sloane, William P. Wagner
2004 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
An international project called Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) is underway to develop consistent information enterprise architectures for hospitals.  ...  The healthcare industry is the largest industry in the US, and costs are growing rapidly. There is also an increase in waste, medical errors and patient injuries.  ...  The IHE Model for Healthcare Integration The Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) project is one such successful effort in this area and it provides interoperability within and between the hospital's  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/SloaneW04 fatcat:zdzvkaud7nfxjlag6zila3mfn4

An Agile Enterprise Regulation Architecture for Health Information Security Management

Ying-Pei Chen, Sung-Huai Hsieh, Po-Hsun Cheng, Tsan-Nan Chien, Heng-Shuen Chen, Jer-Junn Luh, Jin-Shin Lai, Feipei Lai, Sao-Jie Chen
2010 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
This research proposes the Agile Enterprise Regulation Architecture (AERA) of information security management for healthcare enterprises to implement as part of the electronic health record process.  ...  Information security management for healthcare enterprises is complex as well as mission critical.  ...  ., and Charles R. Doarn,  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2010.0023 pmid:20815748 pmcid:PMC2956519 fatcat:k4tilgmlardaflhipuajsknryu

eHealth integration and interoperability issues: towards a solution through enterprise architecture

Olugbenga A Adenuga, Ray M Kekwaletswe, Alfred Coleman
2015 Health Information Science and Systems  
It is discovered in this study that integration and interoperability contribute largely to this failure in ICT and HIS investment in healthcare, thus resulting in the need towards healthcare architecture  ...  Investments in healthcare information and communication technology (ICT) and health information systems (HIS) continue to increase.  ...  processes across multiple functions; ability to unify and integrate data across the healthcare and to link up with external partners; increased agility by lowering the complexity barrier within the healthcare  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13755-015-0009-7 pmid:26167279 pmcid:PMC4499196 fatcat:2mbzgxrxynettiowwaw2qvckm4

Enterprise Architecture Model for a Rural Healthcare Service Facility in Java Indonesia

Sri Lestari, Novy Mustikawati, Samsul Bahri
2018 International Journal of Engineering & Technology  
In this research, Enterprise Architecture design use Framework TOGAF Architecture Development Method.  ...  The research is focused in the rural healthcare service facility in Bandung, Indramayu and Brebes cities in Java Indonesia.  ...  The process of alignment of all factors in information systems implementation can be fulfilled by paying attention to the integration factors in its development.  ... 
doi:10.14419/ijet.v7i4.34.25307 fatcat:n76qgfjwjff4hf2iwybedcsoiy

Understanding Discrepancy: A Conceptual Persistent Healthcare Quality Improvement Process for Software Development Management [chapter]

Po-Hsun Cheng, Sheau-Ling Hsieh, Tsan-Nan Chien, Ying-Pei Chen, Mei-Ju Su, Yung-Chien Weng, Sao-Jie Chen, Feipei Lai, Jin-Shin Lai
2010 Process Management  
Ching-Ting Tan (otolaryngology), Director Ming-Chin Yang (planning), and all colleagues in NTUH who attended and filled-in these surveys.  ...  Methods We proposed a conceptual process for the circular healthcare quality promotion, which can be integrated with the healthcare enterprise software development and the Deming cycle (also known as PDCA  ...  329 quality improvement process for software development knowledge management which can be implemented in a healthcare enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8453 fatcat:tnbp2nsr7vfwzll7gdftaog2by

Location context for knowledge management in healthcare

Kamran Ahsan, Hanifa Shah, Paul Kingston
2010 International Journal of Healthcare Technology and Management  
Keywords Enterprise architecture, service automation, knowledge management, healthcare process integration and context based technology. Ahsan, K. et al.  ...  Our research is to develop an enterprise architectural framework for managing contextual knowledge by exploiting object location deduction technologies in healthcare processes that involve the movement  ...  We are grateful to all the Hospital staff: Managers, Surgeons, Doctors, IT Managers, IT Developers, Nurses and Ward Staff for their participation in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijhtm.2010.033271 fatcat:e33aadctnjds7ixly4cbnt6g2y

Enterprise Architecture Implementation Challenges in the Healthcare Sector: A Reflection from the Literature

Hafizh Rafizal Adnan, Sherah Kurnia, Achmad Nizar Hidayanto, Rod Dilnutt
2021 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems  
However, EA implementation in the healthcare sector is challenging but it is currently under-researched compared to other EA aspects such as EA framework, modelling, and development.  ...  The role of Enterprise Architecture (EA) is crucial for the healthcare sector to foster digital transformation in response to environmental changes such as COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  However, the development of an integrated and interoperable healthcare enterprise architecture is a very challenging task due to the scattered source of data (Katuu 2016 ) and the presence of silo health  ... 
dblp:conf/pacis/AdnanKHD21 fatcat:gn2kv75bazeoxlho4htbscw6ve

An Innovative Application of Big Data in Healthcare: Driving Factors, Operation Mechanism and Development Model [chapter]

Tao Dai, Qinkun Chen, Liqin Xie, Hongpu Hu
2020 Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications  
Based on this, the operation mechanism and possible development model of big data in healthcare were analyzed by using the diffusion theory of policy innovation.  ...  The conceivable development model is based on big data value innovation and the motivation of different stakeholders.  ...  of the enterprise, and choose their own policy, so as to promote the development of big data in healthcare application [24] .  ... 
doi:10.3233/faia200645 fatcat:umpbdxegbjdorjpfslpwednwia
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