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WEBINAR Thu Oct 15 - CIMI and RDF - Harold Solbrig, Mayo Clinic

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WEBINAR: CIMI and RDF - Harold Solbrig, Mayo Clinic - Part 5 of Yosemite 
DATE: Thursday October 15, 2015
TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific
ATTEND LIVE - Google Hangouts On Air: https://goo.gl/JMY4Sd
Send questions for Q&A before or during the webinar to: david@dbooth.org

The Clinical Information Modeling Initiative (CIMI) aims to improve the 
interoperability of healthcare systems through shared clinical 
information models.  CIMI is implementation neutral, but the CIMI 
constraint language is non-trivial to implement, as it is incremental 
and fine grained.  We have been exploring the hypothesis that the 
optimal way to implement CIMI would be to convert the data into RDF and 
then use an RDF-based constraint language to interpret the CIMI 
constraints.  This will make it possible to use CIMI in a runtime 
environment after either mapping data to FHIR or transforming data into 
RDF and then mapping it to the CIMI/FHIR equivalent.

Harold R. Solbrig has been involved in medical computing since the early 
1970s. Over the past two decades his emphasis has been on the role of 
formal semantics in data interoperability with a focus on clinical 
terminology, and terminology and data binding. Mr. Solbrig joined Mayo 
Clinic in 1999 and is currently working on the representation and 
implementation of data semantics through the use of constraint modeling 
and RDF.


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