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Title Comparison of Communication Protocols in Medical Information Exchange Standards
Author(s) Yasser Alsafadi; Olivia R. Liu Shen; and Ralph Martinez
Source Proceedings of the 1994 IEEE Seventh Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Pages 258-263
ISBN 0-8186-6257-3
Publisher IEEE Computer Society Press
Publication Date 1994
Abstract This paper briefly reviews and compares five medical information exchange standards: the HL-7 standard, the American Society of Testing and Materials Medical standard E1238, the Medical Information Bus standard IEEE P1157, and the American College of Radiology and National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (ACR-NEMA) standard. Each standard has its primary goal stated, and its relationship to networking protocols explored. Our conclusion is that standards that are most proliferating [sic], will be the ones which utilize a practical networking approach. These standards will focus their standardization efforts outside the communication network solution space (i.e., with minimal definition of protocol layers).


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