Subject of care

2002-12-04 Thread Thomas Beale
ENTRY.subject_relationship, which means the relationship of the subject of the statement to the subject of the record. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Subject of care

2002-12-03 Thread Thomas Beale
, it is not allowed to have patient name or some other kinds of identifying information in the EHR. So it has to be in the demographic server, ad referenced from the EHR by meaningless ids. On the screen this will of corse be invisible. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list

Archetype rules (invariants) in openEHR RM?

2002-12-03 Thread Thomas Beale
exist regardless of context, and PARTICIPATION for context-specific participations of PARTYs in activities around the patient. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Categorising EHR Content

2002-12-07 Thread Thomas Beale
the discussion away from the topic of this list. Perhaps I should redirect further discussion to openehr-clinical instead? that is probbaly the correct group, but don't worry, this discussion is interesting and may indeed lead to some new ideas. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using

Terminology services

2002-12-19 Thread Thomas Beale
! But we are probably talking about different things here... - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Terminology services

2002-12-22 Thread Thomas Beale
Karsten Hilbert wrote: we need to be specific here: what are the attributes? I think that for example ICD10 (version = 10 or are there interim releases?) does not Yes, there are. Here in Germany we took a specific (German) version of ICD10 and modified it slightly for use in GP practices. It

Language translation

2002-07-02 Thread Thomas Beale
Thomas Beale wrote: The following posted on behalf of Dr Jean-Luc Mommaerts I would take as general principle the following: One meaning - one transaction (or 'equivalent' transaction, cf. infra); difference in meaning - different transactions. the only problem with literally agreeing

Clinical blooper? (Was: Re: Data Types)

2002-07-02 Thread Thomas Beale
your expert opinion. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

New data type issue to think about from HL7

2002-07-08 Thread Thomas Beale
. There are probably other, less ugly names, but I can't think of one at the moment... thoughts? - thomas beale -- (following posted by Lloyd McKenzie, 8 jul 2002) One of the important use-cases we have in terms of handling messages as part of e-claims is the ability to communicate a textual message

The concept of contribution

2002-06-06 Thread Thomas Beale
not completely clear on the querying scenario you are proposing here. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

The concept of contribution [long]

2002-06-06 Thread Thomas Beale
similar 2-level approach), many previous models of EHRs are no longer that useful as direct inspiration for the openEHR reference model (they are however very useful for developing archetypes). - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

FW: The concept of contribution

2002-06-12 Thread Thomas Beale
Tony Grivell wrote: One attractive option that goes some way to satisfy the above ideals is to have any particular data exist in only one primary location (backed up, of course), and therefore the total record scattered potentially around the world. The patient-held e-card (also backed

Clinical blooper? (Was: Re: Data Types)

2002-06-17 Thread Thomas Beale
structurinng of the health record, so that negatives can be recorded; archetypes/templates help in this. - thomas beale Douglas Carnall wrote: In my previous mail to this list (openehr-technical at openehr.org) I wrote: If I see a patient who subsequently turns out to have thyrotoxicosis, but do

language translation

2002-06-23 Thread Thomas Beale
area, and I;m sure there are holes in my proposals so far. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

test message

2002-05-09 Thread Thomas Beale
testing -- .. Deep Thought Informatics Pty Ltd mailto:thomas at deepthought.com.au openEHR proposals - http://www.gehr.org/openEHR Archetype Methodology - http://www.deepthought.com.au/it/archetypes.html Community

Archetype rules (invariants) in openEHR RM?

2002-11-28 Thread Thomas Beale
party would have to be a registered provider - either they are a GP or else it is an organisation such as a clinic or hospital. How do you see a group of neurologists which is not a provider organisation - can you describe what its status in the health system is in more detail? - thomas beale

Archetype ontology

2002-09-13 Thread Thomas Beale
Melvin Reynolds wrote: Thomas, Somewhat to my surprise I find myself agreeing with most of your points in the discussion below. he he he, that's the kind of reply I like to see;-) However, the final statement ... As soon as one starts thinking about what has to happen to turn

Archetype ontology

2002-09-15 Thread Thomas Beale
:). me too;-) - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Archetype ontology

2002-09-16 Thread Thomas Beale
signing guarantees anything about comprehension, just that a particular stream of bytes emanated from a source which is positively identified as Dr so-and-so. - thomas beale cheers, Andrew On Sun, 15 Sep 2002, Gerard Freriks wrote: On 15-09-2002 11:26, Karsten Hilbert Karsten.Hilbert at gmx.net

Archetype rules (invariants) in openEHR RM?

2002-09-25 Thread Thomas Beale
(in variaous languages - not jsut Eiffel) but it will be more systematic. hope this helps, - thomas beale I can find no mention of any archetype rules in the openEHR Reference Model nor in the Design Principles document. In fact, all I can now find is the example of an invariant on page 25 of Thomas

openEHR security; Directed to Thomas Beale

2003-04-28 Thread Thomas Beale
to primaries we have work to do! - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

openEHR security; Directed to Thomas Beale

2003-04-28 Thread Thomas Beale
is to be performed on. This would include any condition that could impact the surgery and recovery, e.g., abnormal blood pressure. would simply the term relevance be better than need to know? - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

openEHR security; Directed to Thomas Beale

2003-08-03 Thread Thomas Beale
another old post that deserves a reply... Tim Churches wrote: Maybe I've missed something much earlier on this thread, but don't you need a target security policy and associated threat model before you start designing ways to implement it? some work has been done on this, and I would expect

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-04 Thread Thomas Beale
/draftstandard.html , along with a draft ISO report, providing some additional background. thanks for a very interesting post. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-04 Thread Thomas Beale
I should have also mentioned another reason why local EMRs have to be left intact, at least for the time being - it is te psychological one that their owners will not feel as if they are having their system taken away from them. - t - If you have any questions about using this list, please

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-04 Thread Thomas Beale
patients globally... There is a lot of other interesting stuff in this post which I'm sure the list will be interested in chewing over... - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

FW: Encoding concept-relationships in openehr archetypes.

2003-08-04 Thread Thomas Beale
This is a post we didn't resolve, and I would like to re-address the question. Unfortunately, I cannot resolve either of your links Jim...can you provide new URLs? - thomas Jim Warren wrote: Dear Tom et al: This is my de-lurking for the list. For those of you who dont' know me, I'm a

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-05 Thread Thomas Beale
why we use two-level modelling in our endeavours - to provide a powerful framework for doing this, without causing constant maintenance to installed systems. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-05 Thread Thomas Beale
Christopher Feahr wrote: I'm not sure we are quite ready to think about the big EHR-in-the-Sky repository that exists ONLY for the purpose of keeping local user records in synchrony... I don't think keeping local records in synchrony makes much sense in a lot of cases. If I were a clinician

versioned parties (was Re: certification and verification of OpenEHR)

2003-08-05 Thread Thomas Beale
Tim Churches wrote: On Tue, 2003-08-05 at 07:01, Thomas Beale wrote: right. This is exactly the openEHR approach. Have a look at the reference models, including for demographics (http://www.openehr.org/Doc_html/Model/Reference/demographic.htm), and you will see that is exactly what

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-05 Thread Thomas Beale
, the CEN meeting in Aarhus in September;-) - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Distributed Records - An approach

2003-08-09 Thread Thomas Beale
providers to simply push their EDI connection headaches onto the clearinghouse industry. I call it the dueling leaf-blower problem. that's a beautiful analogy! I'm sure I'm going to have to quote you on this one day - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send

list management Q

2003-08-09 Thread Thomas Beale
WANT IT CHANGED, and if there are a lot of responses, we can get it changed, else it will remain the way it is. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Distributed Records - (Plus a tale of two HIPAAs)

2003-08-13 Thread Thomas Beale
Christopher Feahr wrote: Here are a few highlights from my strange, 4-year odyssey, in search of the Holy Standard... great story, well worth the read. I'll say it again, after Christopher's HIPAA odyssey - no implementation feedback, don't bother. Move to the next thing. - thomas beale

HISTORY DATA SET IN EPR

2003-08-13 Thread Thomas Beale
processes themselves perhaps). - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

HISTORY DATA SET IN EPR

2003-08-14 Thread Thomas Beale
was perfect, it doesn't do everything - it is a knowledge support part of the environment, and it can be used to name things and perform inferencing (its main purpose in the eyes of some). - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

Distributed Records - An approach

2003-08-14 Thread Thomas Beale
Christopher Feahr wrote: Thomas, Thank you for the detailed comments. You mentioned WHO as a possible world health information authority, but have they done anything like this? actually I have to admit I was being a bit facetious suggesting WHO, but then again, not sure how good the US-UN

certification and verification of OpenEHR

2003-08-22 Thread Thomas Beale
Patrick Lefebvre wrote: Hi all, About certification mechanisms... a few remarks. (1) openEHR (eventually CEN) has to publish a list of standard tests. I think of conformant messages in different syntaxes (XML, Corba, etc). These messages may be part of the openEHR /or EHRcom

R: [Fwd: use case documents from the health care domain]

2003-12-10 Thread Thomas Beale
work toward making a bridge to it from openEHR, which would open up some data highways in both directions. What is your philosophy with respect to standards and interoperability? - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

use case documents from the health care domain]

2003-12-10 Thread Thomas Beale
it. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Ontology Standard for Archtypes

2003-01-23 Thread Thomas Beale
on this are at http://www.deepthought.com.au/health/archetypes/archetype_language.doc. In any case, we need a shared formalism that is readable by humans. OWL in raw XML form is not this - I would guess it needs to be viewed through a tool. - thomas beale Sam Heard wrote: Matias I have developed

Fwd: Arcetypes and care plans

2003-01-23 Thread Thomas Beale
Philippe AMELINE wrote: Hi, We have been working on that topic for several years now. The open source projet is called Odyssee and deals with such concepts as Ligne de vie (Life line) and Patient's health project manager. A french non profit organisation has already been created in

Another introduction and more questions

2003-03-24 Thread Thomas Beale
requests etc will also appear soon, but of course, none of this work is instant! - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Another introduction and more questions

2003-03-25 Thread Thomas Beale
are not trying to set somethign in stone, just write a good enough first draft that sensible conversation can then take place. Let me know if I can be of assistance. Process definition is a substantial component of what I do. excellent - I knew there'd be one lurking out there! - thomas beale

Introducing myself + question

2003-03-25 Thread Thomas Beale
think about the review I have done. See http://www.deepthought.com.au/it/ocl_review.html. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

openEHR roadmap

2003-03-25 Thread Thomas Beale
in a couple of weeks or so. That said, the models and formal class definitions are thought to be pretty correct. Don't say I didn't warn you! (in the future such drafts will normally be on www.openEHR.org, but the website work has not been finished to accommodate this). - thomas beale - If you

openEHR roadmap

2003-03-25 Thread Thomas Beale
Rafal Szczesniak wrote: On Tue, Mar 25, 2003 at 01:24:56PM +1000, Thomas Beale wrote: http://www.deepthought.com.au/health/openEHR/specifications/roadmap/roadmap_1_4_2.pdf) sorry - I should have posted the new link - http://www.deepthought.com.au/health/openEHR/roadmap/roadmap_1_4_2.pdf

OCL (was: RE: Introducing myself + question)

2003-03-26 Thread Thomas Beale
. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Data Types RM

2003-03-26 Thread Thomas Beale
as I can understand the 4th ballot, I will write an update for this section;-) - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Common RM

2003-03-26 Thread Thomas Beale
simply than that. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Another introduction and more questions : 'Divide and conquer'

2003-03-29 Thread Thomas Beale
baseline for any release and know that it is based on openEHR v1.3 or whatever. I'm sure Denis and Bill will have good ideas here, by the sound of their experience. Anyway, we are aiming to have something in place inside the next 8 weeks. - thomas beale Denis Petrushin wrote: Greetings, Could

EPR vs. EHR

2003-05-04 Thread Thomas Beale
usually people call the EPR an institution-based episodic record, and the EHR the virtual patient centred record. If openEHR is used inside a care institution _and_ at the next level up - then I guess the EPR and EHR distinction disappears somewhat, which is what I imagine Sam means. - thomas

Access controls and Audit trails (was Re: openEHR security)

2003-05-04 Thread Thomas Beale
requires extracted data to be transferred from a physician's system to the research organization's system. both scenarios are equally ok. I would also have expected the one Bill mentions to be more likely - especially as data transformation and anonymisatino are often needed. - thomas beale

Access controls and Audit trails (was Re: openEHR security)

2003-05-04 Thread Thomas Beale
requires extracted data to be transferred from a physician's system to the research organization's system. both scenarios are equally ok. I would also have expected the one Bill mentions to be more likely - especially as data transformation and anonymisatino are often needed. - thomas beale

Access controls and Audit trails (was Re: openEHR security)

2003-05-13 Thread Thomas Beale
Bill Walton wrote: Hi Thomas, Thomas Beale wrote: Bill Walton wrote: BW: Further, it looks like the EHR access history should include reads as well as writes. That way, the trail would lead to the providers that have, with permission, made copies of the EHR within

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2003-05-15 Thread Thomas Beale
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Introduction and question

2003-05-15 Thread Thomas Beale
Hi Remko, Remko Nienhuis wrote: Dear list members, My name is Remko Nienhuis and I am currently working for a small Dutch company named 2Cure, which is an international medical software supplier. At this moment, my major goal in life is understanding the OpenEHR design paradigm and

EHR Confidentiality

2003-11-05 Thread Thomas Beale
forecast. Quoting Thomas Beale thomas at deepthought.com.au: Bennett Quinn bnq at bneq.net, What is the proposed confidentiality model? -- __ Prof Bernard Cohen, Dept of Comp Sc, City Univ, Northampton Sq. London EC1V 0HB tel: ++44-20-7040-8448 fax: ++44-20-7040-8587

Open Source EHR at the Americal Academy of Family Physicians ...

2003-10-02 Thread Thomas Beale
that would have to be fixed? Pre-coordination issues have been mentioned along with some even more fundamental (??) issues that Thomas Beale suggests will take several years or possibly a decade to straighten out. Of course, from my point of view, my biggest problem will likely

Beware the Myth of Self-describing XML

2003-10-06 Thread Thomas Beale
in health modelling for federal projects in Australia. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Pathology requirements TIMED MEASUREMENTS

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
providers/people. They will become available in the EHR at different times, so the only thing in common really is the source of the sample - and this should be reported in the test data. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Pathology requirements TEXTURAL RESULTS TO QUANTITIES

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
is the lack of vocabularies, and/or non-standardisation of them. I guess LOINC has the kinds of values we want, but how to specify the correct subsets? - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Pathology requirements UNITS

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
Bhupinder Singh bobdog at sancharnet.in wrote: Can we not work on a UNITS module where a test can be attached to a number of units where the conversion is not available. A clinician does not want to have to relearn the unit for the convenience of the application. I wonder if units should be

Pathology requirements CONTRIBUTION - 2 versions at once

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
result - unless the first strategy is followed. So - I think that the first strategy is at least needed, but it does not mean that there does not need to be countersigning etc within the clinical workflow somewhere the question is - how much of this finds its way into the EHR? - thomas beale

Pathology requirements CONTRIBUTION - 2 versions at once

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
to follow the usual process. Which might argue for a nota bene comment field. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Pathology requirements TIMED MEASUREMENTS

2003-10-24 Thread Thomas Beale
is consider N results at the same biological timepoint to be the same as one, whoe value is the mean of the N, and whose confidence is some higher value than that attributed to single value samples. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

Pathology requirements TIMED MEASUREMENTS

2003-10-27 Thread Thomas Beale
Sam wrote: Thomas I am not sure that we need to do such a major rework. These samples are time ordered but have no sensible time. So they could appear in the history list without an offset, labelled in what ever way was helpful, recognising they are part of the same measurement. On

Pathology requirements CONTRIBUTION - 2 versions at once

2003-10-27 Thread Thomas Beale
To: Thomas Beale thomas at deepthought.com.au; Openehr-Technical openehr-technical at openehr.org Sent: Monday, October 27, 2003 01:26 Subject: Re: Pathology requirements CONTRIBUTION - 2 versions at once Hi Thomas, I'm not sure I like the notion of superceded. Is the first test an error? If so

Pathology requirements TIMED MEASUREMENTS

2003-10-27 Thread Thomas Beale
like a bug in software - go back through the CVS server and you can find the version with the bug (in case someone wants to prove that the software used to act differently), but today, in teh current snapshot, the bug is gone, since we don't want it operationally affecting us now. - thomas

openEHR licence

2003-10-02 Thread Thomas Beale
not updated all the files - it is intended that it will be done by scripts). - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Latest ADL (archetype definition language)

2003-09-26 Thread Thomas Beale
can understand. Hope this helps. There will be a number of announcements in the next few weeks, which will clear up various things, includiing licence details. - thomas beale --- ? Copyright /open/EHR Foundation 2001 - 2003 All Rights Reserved 1. This document

Antw: Re: Open Source EHR at the Americal Academy of Family Physicians ...

2003-09-26 Thread Thomas Beale
). No single global terminology can deal with this problem - only capsule terminologies which are strongly bound to particular concepts can. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Antw: Re: Open Source EHR at the Americal Academy of Family Physicians ...

2003-09-27 Thread Thomas Beale
now I really think people need to understand that there is still a lot of intellectual work ot go in this area, and that finalising licencing situations will not particularly change things. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd

semantics of dADL

2004-04-06 Thread Thomas Beale
represent the fact of ordering of lists in their own way. hope this helps, - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

character sets and languages in openEHR

2004-04-06 Thread Thomas Beale
implemementation used in the String type in most of today's languages make it easy to determine what width unicode characters you have in the data? I agree that being able to commit to as little as possible and still get the effect of standardisation is completely desirable. - thomas beale

Modelling Episodes in openEHR

2004-12-02 Thread Thomas Beale
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Modelling Episodes in openEHR

2004-12-04 Thread Thomas Beale
Gerard Freriks wrote: Dear all, Am I correct to conclude and propose that: - *episode:* situation considered to occupy a time interval - there are at least 4 context's in which the term 'Episode' is defined: disease related (point of view of the patient), this kind of episode often has

Modelling Episodes in openEHR

2004-12-11 Thread Thomas Beale
, except that I don't think that episodes of activity can be conveniently archived and forgotten about. But it is an interesting analogy that I for one had not thought of, and may well bear further analysis. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send

Open source implementation?

2004-01-26 Thread Thomas Beale
of setting up an implementor's page, and enabling better communication between open source implementors, so that not too much re-invention goes on. This year will be a big one for openEHR! hope this helps. - thomas beale Thank you, Vincenzo

Issues with Latest Spec

2004-07-05 Thread Thomas Beale
for CONTENT_ITEM, so it is just shown as a single compartment box, not a the proper 3-compartment box in the UML diagrams. You are right that there is no CONTENT_ITEM class definition in the text - a CR will be raised to remedy this. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using

Demographic Server

2004-07-05 Thread Thomas Beale
rarely met with global agreement, e.g. the CEN and HL7 models of PERSON. I am inclined to model nearly all if not literally all attributes in demographic archetypes which then become the object of standards discussions. Thoughts on the above? - thomas beale

Demographic Server

2004-07-06 Thread Thomas Beale
, propose the change you think should be made to the openEHR model, using a CR form (available on the web) If others have thoughts on this issue, please contribute. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

proposed ADL and archetype modification

2004-07-09 Thread Thomas Beale
, the existing software, and all the existing ADL examples. reactions? - thomas beale -- ___ CTO Ocean Informatics (http://www.OceanInformatics.biz) Hon. Research Fellow, University College London openEHR (http

RFC CR-000101 - request for comments - deadline 23 july 2004

2004-07-09 Thread Thomas Beale
that this proposed change would reduce the amount of duplication in XML structures; I would expect anyone working with openEHR and XML would come to a similar conclusion; implementors' comments very welcome. Close of RFC: 23 July 2004. regards, - Thomas Beale

RFC CR-000024 - Revert meaning to String - ARB deadline 23 july 2004

2004-07-10 Thread Thomas Beale
in data. reactions? - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

RFC CR-000024 - Revert meaning to String - ARB deadline 23 july 2004

2004-07-12 Thread Thomas Beale
Vincent McCauley wrote: Hi Thomas, 1. I think node_id rather than meaning for the name of this data would be clearer. I suspect we will make this change - most people prefer it 2. A compromise suggestion to address Dipak's issue (which I think is important) as well as reduce XML bloat:

RFC CR-000024 - Revert meaning to String - ARB deadline 23 july 2004

2004-07-12 Thread Thomas Beale
there will be a few broken links on openEHR for a couple of days. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

RFC CR-000024 - Revert meaning to String - ARB deadline 23 july 2004

2004-07-12 Thread Thomas Beale
Christian Heller wrote: 1. I think node_id rather than meaning for the name of this data would be clearer. I suspect we will make this change - most people prefer it I propose to delete all name, meaning, id or similar fields from all archetypes. The only way an archetype should be

New release of ADL workbench tools

2004-07-30 Thread Thomas Beale
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New release of ADL workbench tools - CORRECT LINK

2004-07-31 Thread Thomas Beale
Thomas Beale wrote: Dear all, there is a new release of the ADL workbench available. It fixes numerous small bugs, and improves the GUI. See the release page http://www.openehr.org/repositories/implem-dev/latest/publishing/index.html. See here for a Screen shot http

Issues with Latest Spec

2004-07-04 Thread Thomas Beale
for CONTENT_ITEM, so it is just shown as a single compartment box, not a the proper 3-compartment box in the UML diagrams. You are right that there is no CONTENT_ITEM class definition in the text - a CR will be raised to remedy this. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using

Issues with Latest Spec

2004-06-08 Thread Thomas Beale
Hi Matias, I'll reply properly in a few days, but essentially DV_PARAGRAPH is a minimal construct for grouping blocks of text forming unstructured narrative. Obviously you want to use structured entry as much as possible for processibility; or else post-process narrative into structured

ADL v 1.2 draft

2004-06-24 Thread Thomas Beale
been implemented and tested in the current parser. It will be wrapped in Java in the next 8 weeks or so, and is already available in .net. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Propositions?

2004-03-05 Thread Thomas Beale
instances of that, you have to find the ones with True as the value. If you capture data in the form name = problem; value = diabetes mellitus, then you can query using the standard path something/something/problem and find instances with the value diabetes mellitus. - thomas beale - If you have

Basic EHR functionality

2004-03-06 Thread Thomas Beale
faults of high priority (like those you describe) that's just for starters. Please report back on how you get on! - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list, please send a message to d.lloyd at openehr.org

Basic EHR functionality

2004-03-07 Thread Thomas Beale
files) - and whether you can get back to the previous position by accessing something in a cache rather than redoing the changes from scratch. Client-side file caching is probably a security hole, but memory caching is safe enough. - thomas beale - If you have any questions about using this list

Basic EHR functionality

2004-03-09 Thread Thomas Beale
Tim Churches wrote: On Sun, 2004-03-07 at 08:42, Thomas Beale wrote: Client-side file caching is probably a security hole, but memory caching is safe enough. You are assuming that computers are turned off when they are not attended or in use. Increasingly that is not the case

Data Security was: Basic EHR functionality

2004-03-09 Thread Thomas Beale
Tim Cook wrote: On Sat, 2004-03-06 at 14:17, Tim Churches wrote: In general, caches should be held on encrypted filesystems, either on-disc or in-memory, with the keys (or a key to the keys) to the encryption/decryption managed by a daemon which purges the keys from memory when asked (eg

Basic EHR functionality

2004-03-09 Thread Thomas Beale
which can be draft, active etc etc. - thomas beale Gerard - do you have a link to a summary of the document you mention please? Regards, Matt From: owner-openehr-technical at openehr.org [mailto:owner-openehr-technical at openehr.org] On Behalf Of gfrer

Propositions?

2004-03-10 Thread Thomas Beale
Matias Klein wrote: Hello Everyone, Before replying I wanted to give this issue some serious thought. Ultimately I believe this problem comes down to rendering. Since I feel that proper rendering of archetypes is central to lossless interchange, IMHO this is going to have a major impact

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