1. WG1 - The medical information models and medical records.
Within the framework of this group is planned harmonization and engineering of the medical records standards, primary medical documents and informationmodels of process of medical care rendering.
2. WG2 - Medical terminology, semantics and base knowledge.
Within the framework of this group is planned harmonization and engineering of the standards of medical terms coding systems, qualifiers, nomenclatures and semantic part of the information models.
3. WG3 - Systems of medical information protection, quality of transfer and videoimage.
Within the framework of this group is planned harmonization and engineering of the standards of medical information protectionsystems, quality of transfer and videoimage.
3. WG4 - Technologiesof medical information transfer, connection with the medical equipment.
Within the framework of this group is planned harmonization and engineering of the digital images transfer standards andsoundinformation on different canals of communication, integration given in multimedia interpreting, telecommunication technologies, communication between the user and medicalequipment.
|World Health Organization
|Internetional Medical Informatics Association|
|European Federation for Medical Informatics|
|European Association of Healthcare IT Managers|
|Federation of European Neuroscience Societies|
|International Brain Research Organization|
|European Journal for Biomedical Informatics|
|Kharkiv Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education|
|Institute of Strategic Researches attached to Ministry of Health Care of Ukraine|
|International Birth Defects Information Systems|
|Meeting of the "round table" on Informatization of Health of the Ukraine (ukrainian, russian)|
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