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ASTM International - ASTM E2145-01

Standard Practice for Modeling in Health Informatics

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 10 May 2001
Status: inactive
Page Count: 19
ICS Code (IT applications in health care technology): 35.240.80
scope:

1.1 Information models appropriately are used for analysis, design, and sharing a common understanding in health and healthcare information engineering, in healthcare process improvement, in building information systems, and in health informatics standards development.

1.2 The purpose of this practice is to identify best practices for the creation, use, and assessment of information models in the health and healthcare domain.

1.3 Included in this practice are recommended organizational policies and procedures, where modeling is best used in healthcare, and recommended modeling methods, best practices and evaluation criteria.

1.4 Excluded from this practice are detailed specifications of modeling techniques that are specified or described in other sources.

Document History

March 1, 2013
Standard Practice for Information Modeling (Withdrawn 2017)
5.1 Modeling is increasingly used in business, industry, and commerce to develop a common understanding of processes, functions, activities, and supporting data. Typical users of such models are...
June 1, 2007
Standard Practice for Information Modeling
1.1 Information models are increasingly important in the analysis, design, and sharing a common understanding in information engineering, in business process improvement, in building information...
ASTM E2145-01
May 10, 2001
Standard Practice for Modeling in Health Informatics
1.1 Information models appropriately are used for analysis, design, and sharing a common understanding in health and healthcare information engineering, in healthcare process improvement, in building...
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