- Collaborative Medical Informatics Research Using
TheInternet and the World Wide Web
- Conference Proceeding
- E. H. Shortliffe, G. O. Barnett, J. J. Cimino, R. A. Greenes, S. M. Huff, V. L. Patel. 1996 AMIA Annual Fall Symposium, Washington, D.C.. Published in 1996.
The InterMed Collaboratory is an interdisciplinary project involving six participating medical institutions. There are two broad mandates for the effort. The first is to further the development, sharing, and demonstration of numerous software and system components, data sets, procedures and tools that will facilitate the collaborations and support the application goals of these projects. The second is to provide a distributed suite of clinical applications, guidelines, and knowledge-bases for clinical, educational, and administrative purposes. To define the interactions among the components, datasets, procedures, and tools that we are producing and sharing, we have identified a model composed of seven tiers, each of which supports the levels above it. In this paper we describe those tiers and the nature of the collaborative process with which we have experimented during the initial two years of this work.
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