Tag: "interoperability" at medical news

ESA and Spot Image set precedence with data sharing

...implemented from January to May 2006 to ensure the interoperability and harmonisation of technical interfaces, such as...te and 20 metres in colour. During the four-month interoperability and harmonization testing phase, service element projects of the Global Monitoring for Environment a...

Extending the reach of disaster relief from fire to flood

...se 3 of REMSAT II achieved this by providing radio interoperability between provincial agencies and local governments. Although the basic architecture of REMSAT remained unchanged (Related links: REMSAT II Fire and medical), enhancements were made which allowed improved support to management functions such as updatin...

2006 European eHealth Conference and Exhibition unveils in Malaga, Spain

...lete medical records, the electronic prescription, interoperability of non-compatible technology, highly sophisticated... an integrated eHealth system characterized by its interoperability and compatibility with the various national health systems based on the new technologies at the serv...

FAO workshop highlights sharing of satellite data

...a generic, service-oriented architecture to ensure interoperability within the GMES Space component comprising a constellation of satellites together with its Ground Segment and the interfaces to the other components of GMES....

Building interoperability into medical information

...ne project hopes to overcome this. "The healthcare interoperability problem can be investigated in two categories: Int...erability of the healthcare messages exchanged and interoperability of electronic healthcare records [EHRs]," says Professor Asuman Dogac, Director of the Software Rese...

Annals of Internal Medicine, tip sheet, August 2, 2005

...nual operating costs in functionalities alone. The interoperability system by which various providers enter data into a record and "talk" to each other would require an additional $53 billion in capital investment and $21 billion in ongoing annual operating costs. The bulk of this money will be needed by physician of...

NIST to host public forum on robot standards

...standards for task specific robot capabilities and interoperability of components. DHS expects to use final standards to provide guidance to local, state and federal homeland security entities for the purchase, deployment and use of urban search and rescue robotic systems. Attendees at the May 13 forum are expected t...

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