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Development and Analysis of a Methodology of OpenEHR Application for Representation of Healthcare Knowledge

Student: Irina Korotina

Supervisor: Eduard Babkin

Faculty: Faculty of Informatics, Mathematics, and Computer Science (HSE Nizhny Novgorod)

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

In the modern world, medicine and information technology are areas without which it is impossible to imagine your life. Unfortunately, the use of information technology in medicine does not represent the level we would like. In this regard, there are problems of recording, storing information, as well as interoperability. To solve these problems, there are various standards. In this paper, we study the OpenEHR standard; its existing solutions are applied to a real-life scenario from medicine. An analysis is also carried out on the possibility of representing medical knowledge, after which there is the development of the missing tools via using principles of a standart and the OpenEHR platform.

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