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Developing Large-scale Electronic Patient Records Conforming to the openEHR Architecture
Procedia Technology - Elsevier
This paper focuses on one of the first efforts to implement large-scale Electronic Patient Records (EPRs) in Western hospitals conforming to the international openEHR architecture. A key aim with the openEHR architecture is to offer clinical users the possibility to define structured content of the EPR themselves. This is supposed to contribute to interoperability across various health care systems. The paper contributes with empirical insight in the first two years of the process and arguesdoi:10.1016/j.protcy.2014.10.144 fatcat:f6khvan4kvgrhhvjylrbgisqda