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Brian E Dixon – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • a service oriented architecture approach to Achieve Interoperability between immunization information systems in iran
    American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 2014
    Co-Authors: Masoud Hosseini, Maryam Ahmadi, Brian E Dixon
    Abstract:

    Clinical decision support (CDS) systems can support vaccine forecasting and immunization reminders; however, immunization decision-making requires data from fragmented, independent systems. Interoperability and accurate data exchange between immunization information systems (IIS) is an essential factor to utilize Immunization CDS systems. Service oriented architecture (SOA) and Health Level 7 (HL7) are dominant standards for web-based exchange of clinical information. We implemented a system based on SOA and HL7 v3 to support immunization CDS in Iran. We evaluated system performance by exchanging 1500 immunization records for roughly 400 infants between two IISs. System turnaround time is less than a minute for synchronous operation calls and the retrieved immunization history of infants were always identical in different systems. CDS generated reports were accordant to immunization guidelines and the calculations for next visit times were accurate. Interoperability is rare or nonexistent between IIS. Since inter-state data exchange is rare in United States, this approach could be a good prototype to Achieve Interoperability of immunization information.

  • AMIA – A Service Oriented Architecture Approach to Achieve Interoperability between Immunization Information Systems in Iran.
    AMIA … Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA Symposium, 2014
    Co-Authors: Masoud Hosseini, Maryam Ahmadi, Brian E Dixon
    Abstract:

    Clinical decision support (CDS) systems can support vaccine forecasting and immunization reminders; however, immunization decision-making requires data from fragmented, independent systems. Interoperability and accurate data exchange between immunization information systems (IIS) is an essential factor to utilize Immunization CDS systems. Service oriented architecture (SOA) and Health Level 7 (HL7) are dominant standards for web-based exchange of clinical information. We implemented a system based on SOA and HL7 v3 to support immunization CDS in Iran. We evaluated system performance by exchanging 1500 immunization records for roughly 400 infants between two IISs. System turnaround time is less than a minute for synchronous operation calls and the retrieved immunization history of infants were always identical in different systems. CDS generated reports were accordant to immunization guidelines and the calculations for next visit times were accurate. Interoperability is rare or nonexistent between IIS. Since inter-state data exchange is rare in United States, this approach could be a good prototype to Achieve Interoperability of immunization information.

Pierre Hadaya – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • business process integration how to Achieve Interoperability through process patterns
    International Conference on e-Business Engineering, 2017
    Co-Authors: Moufida Aouachria, Abderrahmane Leshob, Javier Gonzalezhuerta, Abdessamed Reda Ghomari, Pierre Hadaya
    Abstract:

    Business process integration (BPI) is a crucial technique for supporting inter-organizational business Interoperability. BPI allows automation of business processes and the integration of systems across numerous organizations. The integration of organizations’ process models is one of the most addressed and used approach to Achieve BPI. However, this model integration is complex and requires that designers have extensive experience in particular when organizations’ business processes are incompatible. This paper considers the issue of modeling cross-organization processes out of a collection of organizations’ private process models. To this end, we propose six adaptation patterns to resolve incompatibilities when combining organizations’ processes. Each pattern is formalized with workflow net.

  • ICEBE – Business Process Integration: How to Achieve Interoperability through Process Patterns
    2017 IEEE 14th International Conference on e-Business Engineering (ICEBE), 2017
    Co-Authors: Moufida Aouachria, Abderrahmane Leshob, Abdessamed Reda Ghomari, Javier Gonzalez-huerta, Pierre Hadaya
    Abstract:

    Business process integration (BPI) is a crucial technique for supporting inter-organizational business Interoperability. BPI allows automation of business processes and the integration of systems across numerous organizations. The integration of organizations’ process models is one of the most addressed and used approach to Achieve BPI. However, this model integration is complex and requires that designers have extensive experience in particular when organizations’ business processes are incompatible. This paper considers the issue of modeling cross-organization processes out of a collection of organizations’ private process models. To this end, we propose six adaptation patterns to resolve incompatibilities when combining organizations’ processes. Each pattern is formalized with workflow net.

Ralf Klischewski – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Information integration or process integration? How to Achieve Interoperability in administration
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Ralf Klischewski
    Abstract:

    IT managers in administration must decide how to contribute to cross-organisational integration and what strategy and means to choose for achieving Interoperability. Comparing the frameworks and guidelines provided by central European and U.S. governmental units, we find information integration and process integration as prominent concepts to guide Interoperability efforts, but they seem to point to different directions. This paper aims at contrasting the different characteristics of both approaches and concludes with recommendations according to the intended organisational scope of integration. To be successful in these efforts it is important to understand that (a) Interoperability requires a guiding vision of integration, (b) each type of integration points to a different set of interrelated ideas, assumptions and technical means, and (c) integration implies a strategic commitment to explicit forms of cross-organisational cooperation and their implementation.

  • EGOV – Information Integration or Process Integration? How to Achieve Interoperability in Administration
    Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2004
    Co-Authors: Ralf Klischewski
    Abstract:

    IT managers in administration must decide how to contribute to cross-organisational integration and what strategy and means to choose for achieving Interoperability. Comparing the frameworks and guidelines provided by central European and U.S. governmental units, we find information integration and process integration as prominent concepts to guide Interoperability efforts, but they seem to point to different directions. This paper aims at contrasting the different characteristics of both approaches and concludes with recommendations according to the intended organisational scope of integration. To be successful in these efforts it is important to understand that (a) Interoperability requires a guiding vision of integration, (b) each type of integration points to a different set of interrelated ideas, assumptions and technical means, and (c) integration implies a strategic commitment to explicit forms of cross-organisational cooperation and their implementation.