A Mediation Framework for Web Services in a Distributed Healthcare Information System
Source of Publication
Proceedings - IDEAS Workshop on Medical Information Systems: The Digital Hospital, IDEAS'04-DH
Conceptualizing distributed Healthcare Information System is an important step toward the enhancement of clinical decision support system. In this paper, we propose a semantic mediation of Web Services interfaces for distributed healthcare system. Our proposal is an approach based on Web Services technology and their mediation in a Peer to Peer environment. This approach constitutes the foundation for the set-up of a mediation framework built around the JXTA P2P architecture applied to cardiology domain in collaboration with the National Institute of Health and Medical Research (INSER ERM 107). To achieve our goal, we used the OWL-S language as a means of describing semantics of Web Services interfaces, and the JXTA distributed architecture. © 2005 IEEE.
Computer Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Decision support systems, Distributed computer systems, Health care, Information services, Interfaces (computer), Medical applications, Semantics, World Wide Web, Clinical decision support systems, Distributed healthcare information systems, Semantic mediation, Web services, Medical computing
Mrissa, Michael; Benslimane, Djamal; Ghedira, Chirine; and Maamar, Zakaria, "A Mediation Framework for Web Services in a Distributed Healthcare Information System" (2005). All Works. 155.
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