Monday, August 6, 2012

New Clinical Element Model Browser Now Available


Research engineers and medical informaticists at the HWCIR have created a new Clinical Element Model (CEM) browser. The CEM browser shows graphical, CDL (Constraint Definition Language) and XSD (XML schema definition) views of the Intermountain Healthcare/GE Healthcare Caradigm Clinical Element Models. The CEM browser is now available for use at www.clinicalelement.com.

Four folders (or releases) of CEMs are available at the site:
  • Active, consisting of models currently in use by a product/project (currently, two products/projects are using CEMs – the GE/Caradigm product, and the SHARP grant project)
  • Proposed, consisting of models not yet in use by a product/project
  • Caradigm, consisting of models in use by the GE/Caradigm product
  • SHARP, consisting of models in use by the Strategic Health IT Advanced Research Project
A user guide is also available at http://www.clinicalelement.com/UserGuide.pdf.

Future enhancements and monthly releases are planned. Please send any comments, questions or feedback about the CEM browser to modeling@imail.org.

CDL view in CEM browser
Tree view in CEM browser

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