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    openEHR Architecture

    Architecture Overview

    Keywords: EHR, reference model, architecture, openehr

    Editors: {T Beale, S Heard}a

    a. Ocean Informatics

    Revision: 1.1.1 Pages: 79 Date of issue: 13 Nov 2008

    Status: STABLE

    2003-2008 The openEHR Foundation.

    The openEHR Foundation is an independent, non-profit community, facilitating the sharing of health records by consumers and clinicians via open-source, standards-based implementations.

    Founding Chairman

    David Ingram, Professor of Health Informatics, CHIME, University College London

    Founding Members

    Dr P Schloeffel, Dr S Heard, Dr D Kalra, D Lloyd, T Beale

    email: [email protected] web: http://www.openEHR.org

    http://www.openEHR.org

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    Copyright Notice

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    Date of Issue: 13 Nov 2008 Page 2 of 79 Editors:{T Beale, S Heard}

    2003-2008 The openEHR Foundation.email: [email protected] web: http://www.openEHR.org

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    Amendment Record

    Issue Details Raiser Completed

    R E L E A S E 1.0.2

    1.1.1 SPEC-249. Paths and locators minor errors in ArchitectureOverview and Common IM. Typos corrected in sections 9.2.2and 11.3.SPEC-257: Correct minor typos and clarify text. Section 9.2.1para 1 line 2: with --> within.

    SPEC-284: Correct inconsistencies in naming ofterm_definitions, constraint_definitions, term_bindings,constraint_bindings attributes in XML-schema and specifica-tions.

    C Ma,T BealeR ChenC Ma,

    R Chen,T Cook

    A Torrisi

    13 Nov 2008

    R E L E A S E 1.0.1

    1.1 CR-000200. Correct package names in RM diagram.CR-000130: Correct security details in LOCATABLE and ARCHE-TYPED classes.CR-000203: Release 1.0 explanatory text improvements.Improved path explanation. Slight re-ordering of main head-ings.

    Path shortcuts.Added configuration management and versioning materialfrom Common IM.Added section on ontological landscape.Added section on aims.Added section on systems architectures.Added section on security.Added section on system integration.Added section on terminology.

    D LloydT Beale

    T Beale,G Grieve,

    T Shannon,H vander

    LinderH FrankelT Beale

    T BealeT BealeT BealeT BealeT BealeT Beale, S Heard

    12 Apr 2007

    R E L E A S E 1.0

    1.0 Initial Writing - content taken from Roadmap document.CR-000147. Make DIRECTORY Re-usableCR-000167. Move AOM description package to resource pack-age in Common IM.CR-000185: Improved EVENT model.

    T Beale 29 Jan 2006

    Editors:{T Beale, S Heard} Page 3 of 79 Date of Issue: 13 Nov 2008

    2003-2008 The openEHR Foundation.email: [email protected] web: http://www.openEHR.org

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    AcknowledgementsThe work reported in this paper has been funded by the University College, London; Ocean Informat-ics, Australia.

    CORBA is a trademark of the Object Management Group

    .Net is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation

    LEGO is a registered trademark of The LEGO Group.

    Date of Issue: 13 Nov 2008 Page 4 of 79 Editors:{T Beale, S Heard}

    2003-2008 The openEHR Foundation.email: [email protected] web: http://www.openEHR.org

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    1 Introduction.............................................................................. 71.1 Purpose...................................................................................................71.2 Status......................................................................................................71.3 Peer review ............................................................................................7

    2 Overview ................................................................................... 82.1 The openEHR Specification Project ......................................................8

    3 Aims of the openEHR Architecture ..................................... 103.1 Overview..............................................................................................103.2 Clinical Aims .......................................................................................113.3 Deployment Environments ..................................................................12

    4 Design Principles.................................................................... 144.1 Ontological Separation ........................................................................144.2 Separation of Responsibilities .............................................................174.3 Separation of Viewpoints.....................................................................17

    5 openEHR Package Structure ................................................ 205.1 Overview..............................................................................................205.2 Reference Model (RM)........................................................................215.2.1 Package Overview .........................................................................215.3 Archetype Model (AM) .......................................................................235.4 Service Model (SM).............................................................................24

    6 Design of the openEHR EHR................................................ 266.1 The EHR System .................................................................................266.2 Top-level Information Structures .........................................................266.3 The EHR ..............................................................................................276.4 Entries and clinical statements .........................................................286.5 Managing Interventions .......................................................................316.6 Time in the EHR ..................................................................................336.7 Language..............................................................................................33

    7 Security and Confidentiality ................................................. 357.1 Requirements .......................................................................................357.2 Threats to Security and Privacy ...........................................................367.3 Solutions Provided by openEHR .........................................................377.3.1 Overview........................................................................................377.3.2 Security Policy...............................................................................377.3.3 Integrity..........................................................................................397.3.4 Anonymity .....................................................................................417.4 Access Control .....................................................................................41

    8 Versioning ............................................................................... 428.1 Overview..............................................................................................428.2 The Configuration Management Paradigm..........................................428.2.1 Organisation of the Repository......................................................438.2.2 Change Management .....................................................................438.3 Managing Changes in Time .................................................................448.3.1 General Model of a Change-controlled Repository.......................458.4 The Virtual Version Tree ..................................................................46

    Editors:{T Beale, S Heard} Page 5 of 79 Date of Issue: 13 Nov 2008

    2003-2007 The openEHR Foundation.email: [email protected] web: http://www.openEHR.org

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    9 Identification .......................................................................... 479.1 Identification of the EHR .................................................................... 479.2 Identification of Items within the EHR ............................................... 479.2.1