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Seamless Real-time Clinical Data Integration for Mobile Clinical Information System

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4 Author(s)
Jinwook Choi ; Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, College of Medicine, Seoul National University, Korea ; Sooyoung Yoo ; Heekyong Park ; Jonghoon Chun

The main obstacles for adopting a mobile health information system are the redundancy of clinical data and the additional workload for implementing the new system. To obtain a seamless communication and to reduce the workload of implementation, an easy and simple implementation strategy is required. We propose a mobile clinical information system (MobileMed) which is specially designed for the easy implementation. The key elements of MobileMed are a smart interface, an HL7 message server, a central clinical database (CCDB), and a web server. The smart interface module transfers the key information to the HL7 message server as new clinical tests data is recorded in the laboratory information system. The HL7 message server generates the HL7 messages and sends them to the CCDB. As a central database the CCDB collects the HL7 messages and presents them to the various mobile devices. Through this study we might conclude that the architecture for the mobile system will be efficient for real-time data communication, and the specially designed interface will be an easy tool for implementing the mobile clinical information system.

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Data Engineering Workshops, 2005. 21st International Conference on

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05-08 April 2005