Difference between revisions of "Category talk:Clinical Model"

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[SC: This is a generic concept. "Clinical Model" has multiple meanings. It is generally used to describe things that have no relationship to clinical information model.
 
[SC: This is a generic concept. "Clinical Model" has multiple meanings. It is generally used to describe things that have no relationship to clinical information model.
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"Clinical models are representations of physiological and pathological phenomena that are used for predicting patient evolution."
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"A clinical model describes the way The State Hospital will provide high quality services to patients with a disorder/health problem ..."
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Suggest remove it from the CIMI glossary.]
 
Suggest remove it from the CIMI glossary.]

Revision as of 21:15, 7 October 2012

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An abstract representation of the structured clinical information (including relationships, constraints and terminology) that describes a specific clinical concept – e.g. a blood pressure, a Discharge Summary, or a Medication Order.

Also Known As: Archetype, Detailed Clinical Model, Clinical Information Model

[SC: This is a generic concept. "Clinical Model" has multiple meanings. It is generally used to describe things that have no relationship to clinical information model.
Examples include:
"Clinical models are representations of physiological and pathological phenomena that are used for predicting patient evolution."
"A clinical model describes the way The State Hospital will provide high quality services to patients with a disorder/health problem ..."
Suggest remove it from the CIMI glossary.]