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Agent-Based Mobile Middleware Architecture (AMMA) for Patient-Care Clinical Data Messaging Using Wireless Networks

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Mobile messaging in healthcare environment is asynchronous based on real-time events, set of contextual elements such as location of service, resource availability, and guaranteed message delivery. Due to the critical nature of the healthcare delivery system, the mobile messaging has two key issues: reliability of message passing and synchronization of message delivery. AMMA provides solution for reliable asynchronous message passing by implementing an event-based context-centric agent communication protocol, and Mobile Message Passing Protocol with synchronized message delivery using global checkpoint method. In this demo the AMMA, a mobile agent system for reliable clinical data mobile messaging is presented. HL7 clinical document architecture is used for defining agents. AMMA is designed as part of the electronic patient call report (e-PCR) project for the 911- emergency medical services. The demo also includes the e-PCR data capturing tool, the wireless communication protocol and the middleware.

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Distributed Simulation and Real-Time Applications, 2008. DS-RT 2008. 12th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on

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27-29 Oct. 2008

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