Entries by Andy Nurcahyo

Publication, Discovery and Interoperability of Clinical Decision Support Systems: a Linked Data Approach. J Biomed Inform. 2016 Aug;62:243-64.

Marco-Ruiz L. ; Pedrinaci C. ; Maldonado J.A. ; Panziera L. ; Chen R.; Gustav Bellika J. “For example, openEHR GDL uses archetypes; the Arden Syntax links directly to the database encapsulating queries in its data section; SAGE uses a VMR based on HL7 RIM [6] and [36]; and recent developments such as the EU project Mobiguide [37] advocate for […]

Integration of Data with Quality Registries using Semantic EHR and CDS Technologies: A case study of the quality registry Senior Alert in Sweden. Master thesis. Karolinska Institutet; 2016

Nielsen O. “The study showed that these semantic EHR and CDS technologies can be used for the integration of data to registries, where they provide reusable and accurate data to the registry in the format and structure that it requires. The solution presented in this study shows that the quality of data can be improved […]

Comparative Analysis of HL7 FHIR and openEHR for Electronic Aggregation, Exchange and Reuse of Patient Data in Acute Care. Master thesis. Karolinska Institutet; 2016

Allwell-Brown E. “openEHR captures an outstanding level of detail and it delivers on its mandate of defining EHR structure, albeit in a tedious and complicated way. FHIR is lightweight and agile, has better terminology support, is easier to learn, maintain and rapidly deploy either as an interface for data aggregation, exchange and reuse, or as […]

Exploring openEHR-based clinical guidelines in acute stroke care and research. Thesis for doctoral degree. Karolinska Institutet; 2016

Anani N. “Several findings are that i) the Care Entry-Network Model facilitates an intermediate step between narrative guideline text and computer-interpretable guidelines to be deployed in openEHR systems, ii) the Guideline Definition Language is practicable for creating and automatically running openEHR-based computer-interpretable guidelines, where we also provide detailed accounts of our employed GDL technologies, and […]

Personalization and Patient Involvement in Decision Support Systems: Current Trends. IMIA Yearbook, 2015, pp.106-118.

Quaglini S. ; Sacchi L. ; Lanzola G. ; Viani R. Röhrig D N. O´Sullivan ; S. Wilk ; W. Michalowski ; R. Slowinski ; R. Thomas ; M. Kadzinski ; K. Farion A. Geissbuhler. “This highlights the current trend to replace specialized environments by inference engines built on top of standardized frameworks that allow […]

Computerized Clinical Decision Support: Contributions from 2014. Managing Editor for the Imia Yearbook Section on Sensors ; Signals ; and Imaging Informatics P. Ruch ; Managing Editor for the Imia Yearbook Section on Human Factors D. Kubias. IMIA Yearbook, 2015, pp.119-124.

Bouaud J.;Koutkias V. Müller H. “To summarize recent research and propose a selection of best papers published in 2014 in the field of computerized clinical decision support for the Decision Support section of the IMIA yearbook. Anani et al. [21] worked on the assessment of compliance with practice guidelines for acute stroke care. The study […]