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Last week I attended to an Ed Hammond's talk in Argentina, and in his presentation he mention a new concept to reach true interoperability: the data element.
Please see page 13-14: http://www.hospitalitaliano.org.ar/archivos/noticias_archivos/11/Jornadas2011/11_11.01-03-Hammond-Interoperability-BuenosAires.pdf
I asked him why this sounds so much like openEHR archetypes and why don't reuse this concept instead of creating a new one (or at least renaming it). He told me "everyone want his own standard", that was very sad.
Besides that, what I see (and many people on that room that know what is an archetype) is a validation of an important figure on HL7 that archetypes work, do the job, and are necessary for interoperability. So, I think HL7 is very interested on archetypes right now.
I hope that soon Mr. Hammond could do a presentation on standarization that show the best of the breed instead of reinventing/renaming the wheel.
> From: thomas.beale@... > To: openehr-clinical@... > Subject: Re: Serialisation of openEHR Models > > On 07/11/2011 10:49, Diego Boscá wrote: > > I am talking about model serialization: use ADL to express CDA and > > greenCDA (over their own model) as we do with openEHR ADL archetypes > > well ADL is designed to serialise any 2nd or higher order model based on > any RM. So creating an archetype based on a CDA RM can be done. I first > built HL7-based archetypes in 2003, but HL7 were not interested. > > - thomas