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ARTEMIS: a research testbed for collaborative health care informatics

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Reddy, R. ; Concurrent Eng. Res. Center, West Virginia Univ., Morgantown, WV, USA ; Jagannathan, V. ; Srinivas, K. ; Karinthi, R.
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Patient centred healthcare delivery is an inherently collaborative and information-intensive process. It involves a wide range of individuals and organizations with different roles. The key to cost reduction and quality improvement in health care is effective management of this collaborative process. The Concurrent Engineering Research Center (CERC) developed a number of key technologies to enable collaborative processes. These technologies, integrated into an open collaborative environment, is currently being customized to create a research testbed, ARTEMIS, that addresses all aspects of patient-care life-cycle. ARTEMIS will equip each provider with his own personal assistant-a customized role-oriented workstation connected to his own information world through an information bus. With ARTEMIS, the users will be able to process multimedia patient-care information: look-up, compute, communicate, archive and collaborate

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Enabling Technologies: Infrastructure for Collaborative Enterprises, 1993. Proceedings., Second Workshop on

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20-22 Apr 1993