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Title Executing Clinical Practice Guidelines using the SAGE Execution Engine
Author(s) Prabhu Ram, David Berg, Samson Tu, Guy Mansfield, Qin Ye, Robert Abarbanel, Nick Beard
Source Proceedings of the 11th World Congress on Medical Informatics (MEDINFO 2004), Pages 251-255
Publisher IOS Press, Amsterdam
Publication Date 2004
Abstract We report the first successful test of an interoperable guideline execution engine that interprets encoded clinical guideline content and executes that content via functions of a target clinical information system (CIS). For this test, an exemplar immunization guideline was encoded in the SAGE guideline model using standards-based information models and terminologies. This guideline content was subsequently executed using the prototype SAGE guideline execution engine, which interacts through standards- based VMR/Action services to instantiate real-time guideline recommendations via existing functions of the target CIS. In this paper, we describe our test implementation and highlight the significance and implications of each component of our deployment architecture.


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