Data Needs for Patient Overviews: A Literature ReviewCompared with SNOMED CT and openEHR
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Patient overviews automatically generated fromelectronic healthcare data have different data needsdepending on their complexity. A literature reviewbased on a broad MEDLINE search found 16 suchoverviews for which the data needs were analyzedand compared with features provided bySNOMED CT and openEHR. Five systems used onlyinformation type, while five systems also presentedparticular values from its information entities. Sixsystems also aggregated or filtered the information.In addition to that, two systems provided referenceranges and three systems provided more advanceddecision support. The simple data needs can be metusing information entity markups based onSNOMED CT and SNOMED CT relationships. Morecomplex data needs can be satisfied using theopenEHR reference model and archetypes tostructure data and the archetype query language toretrieve individual data values. The most advancedoverviews also need additional methods foraggregation, filtering and connection to knowledgerepresentation.
Medical and Health Sciences Computer and Information Science
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-58615OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-58615DiVA: diva2:344278