Clinical Information Systems: A Component-Based Approach by Rudi Van de Velde, Patrice Degoulet

By Rudi Van de Velde, Patrice Degoulet

Medical institution details platforms (HIS) became fundamental instruments within the administration of a hospital's clinical and administrative information.  With illustrated case experiences, this publication emphasizes scientific info structures (CIS) and their use within the direct administration of the patient.  subject matters comprise the clinical list, safety, source amangement, and imopaging integration.

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Agents are abstractions of human beings involved in the direct or indirect use of healthcare information systems. An agent can be a person, a group of persons, or an institution: physicians, nurses, administrators, and so on. Different roles can be assigned to agents in performing their task according to the group to which they belong and their corresponding security profile. Passive or consumable resources include medical equipment associated with a location for which scheduling is needed or materials that are used in the process of providing medical care: drugs, disposables, and so on.

It is assumed that the best way to build large-scale systems is to break down systems into their functional components [Herzum 2000]. Frameworks define the architecture of an application and regulate the collaboration between the collection of its business objects. 3: Components and frameworks in the world of hardware and software. • define rules that objects need to follow to resemble their real-world counterpart objects, • allow data exchange and handle all the control flow, • allow the exchange of services between objects by messaging, • provide a consistent execution environment, and • are a container for business objects.

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