Intelligence in Interoperability with AIDA
Healthcare systems have to be addressed in terms of a wide variety of heterogeneous, distributed and ubiquitous systems speaking different languages, integrating medical equipments and customized by different entities, which in turn were set by different people aiming at different goals. Demands of information within the healthcare sector range from clinically valuable patient-specific information to a variety of aggregation levels for follow-up and statistical and/or quantifiable reporting. The main goal is to gathering this information and present it in a readable way to physicians. In this work we show how to achieve interoperability in healthcare institutions using AIDA, an interoperability platform developed by researchers from the University of Minho and being used in some major Portuguese hospitals.
KeywordsSemantic Interoperability Ambient Intelligence Electronic Health Record
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