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Article Reference Support for guideline development through error classification and constraint checking.
Clinical guidelines aim to eliminate clinician errors, reduce practice variation, and promote best medical practices. Computer-interpretable guidelines (CIGs) ...
Article Reference GESDOR - a generic execution model for sharing of computer-interpretable clinical practice guidelines.
We developed the Guideline Execution by Semantic Decomposition of Representation (GESDOR) model to share guidelines encoded in different formats at the ...
Article Reference Extending the GuideLine Implementability Appraisal (GLIA) instrument to identify problems in control flow
Clinical guidelines are usually written as text documents that are meant for human consumption. Implementing clinical guidelines as decision-support systems ...
Article Reference Combining a Document Model and an Execution Model for Clinical Guidelines
GLIF, an execution model for clinical guidelines, was augmented by attributes from GEM, a document model. Our preliminary evaluation, based on an Alzheimers ...
Inproceedings Reference GLIF3 : The Evolution of a Guideline Representation Format
Article Reference Interpreting procedures from descriptive guidelines.
Errors in clinical practice guidelines may translate into errors in real-world clinical practice. The best way to eliminate these errors is to understand how ...
Inproceedings Reference Reasoning with Effects of Clinical Guideline Actions using OWL: AL amyloidosis as a Case Study
Article Reference Healthcare Process Support: Achievements, Challenges, Current Research
Article Reference A Three-layer Domain Ontology for Guideline Representation and Sharing
Article Reference Representation primitives, process models and patient data in computer-interpretable clinical practice guidelines:: A literature review of guideline representation models
Representation of clinical practice guidelines in a computer-interpretable format is a critical issue for guideline development, implementation, and ...
Article Reference Lessons learned from adapting a generic narrative diabetic-foot guideline to an institutional decision-support system.
Clinical guidelines usually need to be adapted to fit local practice before they can be actually used by clinicians. Reasons for adaptation include variations ...
Article Reference Patterns for collaborative work in health care teams.
OBJECTIVE: The problem of designing and managing teams of workers that can collaborate working together towards common goals is a challenging one. Incomplete ...
Article Reference Design patterns for clinical guidelines.
OBJECTIVE: Transforming narrative guidelines into a computer-interpretable formalism is still a bottleneck in the development of decision-support systems. Our ...
Article Reference Goal-based design pattern for delegation of work in health care teams.
We show how a domain and language independent design pattern, defined as networks of tasks and goals, can be used to formally specify the transfer of ...
Article Reference A goal-oriented framework for specifying clinical guidelines and handling medical errors.
Computer-interpretable guidelines (CIGs) aim to improve patient care and reduce medical errors. Although CIGs implement evidence-based recommendations they ...
Article Reference Design and implementation of the GLIF3 guideline execution engine.
We have developed the GLIF3 Guideline Execution Engine (GLEE) as a tool for executing guidelines encoded in the GLIF3 format. In addition to serving as an ...
Article Reference Guideline Interchange Format : A Representation for Sharable , Computer- interpretable Guidelines
Incollection Reference Guideline and workflow models
Clinical guidelines aim to improve quality of care, decrease unjustified practice variations, and save costs. In order for guidelines to affect clinicians' ...
Article Reference A Pattern-based Analysis of Clinical Computer-interpretable Guideline Modeling Languages
Languages used to specify computer-interpretable guidelines (CIGs) differ in their approaches to addressing particular modeling challenges. The main goals of ...
Article Reference Approaches for Guideline Versioning Using GLIF
Computer-interpretable clinical guidelines (CIGs) aim to eliminate clinician errors, reduce practice variation, and promote best medical practices by ...
Article Reference Comparing Computer-interpretable Guideline Models: A Case-study Approach
Many groups are developing computer-interpretable clinical guidelines (CIGs) for use during clinical encounters. CIGs use "Task-Network Models" for ...
Incollection Reference Sharable Appropriateness Criteria in GLIF3 Using Standards and the Knowledge-Data Ontology Mapper