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Re: Out of Cycle HL7 RIMBAA meeting Nov 20th Kaiser Pleasanton Technology Campus

From: <Peter.Hendler@kp.org>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 09:37:44 -0700
To: renato.iannella@nehta.gov.au
Cc: andy.stechishin@gmail.com, public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org, rene.spronk@ringholm.com
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We can compute that but not all in the ontology from the reasoner.   That 
part would be computed in the Closed World OO part of the model.  the 
Ontology part so far is only the Clinical Findings and Procedures to 
answer the "what".  Once we know that we go to SQL.
to calculate the rest of your example question.

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Renato Iannella <renato.iannella@nehta.gov.au> 
10/17/2012 09:24 PM

public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org, andy.stechishin@gmail.com, 
Re: Out of Cycle HL7 RIMBAA meeting Nov 20th Kaiser Pleasanton Technology 

On 17 Oct 2012, at 08:11, Peter.Hendler@kp.org wrote:

 We limit the SNOMED codes to the "what" part of the model, and we use the 
OO for the "who when where" etc. 

Hi Peter, does this then limit your ability to detect (computationally) 
dependencies that go thru the OO model?

For example, Person has Allergy substance X and is prescribed Medicine Y 
(with active ingredient substance X)

Dr Renato Iannella
Lead Architect, Information & Policy Services
nehta - National E-Health Transition Authority
Phone: +61 7 3023 8578  Mobile: +61 4 1313 2206

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