AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2012;2012:446-55. Epub 2012 Nov 3.
Clinical information system services and capabilities desired for scalable, standards-based, service-oriented decision support: consensus assessment of the Health Level 7 clinical decision support Work Group.
Kawamoto K, Jacobs J, Welch BM, Huser V, Paterno MD, Del Fiol G, Shields D, Strasberg HR, Haug PJ, Liu Z, Jenders RA, Rowed DW, Chertcoff D, Fehre K, Adlassnig KP, Curtis AC.
SourceUniversity of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.
A standards-based, service-oriented architecture for clinical decision support (CDS) has the potential to significantly enhance CDS scalability and robustness. To enable such a CDS architecture, the Health Level 7 CDS Work Group reviewed the literature, hosted multi-stakeholder discussions, and consulted domain experts to identify and prioritize the services and capabilities required from clinical information systems (CISs) to enable service-oriented CDS. In addition, relevant available standards were identified. Through this process, ten CIS services and eight CIS capabilities were identified as being important for enabling scalable, service-oriented CDS. In particular, through a survey of 46 domain experts, five services and capabilities were identified as being especially critical: 1) the use of standard information models and terminologies; 2) the ability to leverage a Decision Support Service (DSS); 3) support for a clinical data query service; 4) support for an event subscription and notification service; and 5) support for a user communication service.
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