The Next Generation of Interoperability Agents in Healthcare
AbstractInteroperability in health information systems is increasingly a requirement rather than an option. Standards and technologies, such as multi-agent systems, have proven to be powerful tools in interoperability issues. In the last few years, the authors have worked on developing the Agency for Integration, Diffusion and Archive of Medical Information (AIDA), which is an intelligent, agent-based platform to ensure interoperability in healthcare units. It is increasingly important to ensure the high availability and reliability of systems. The functions provided by the systems that treat interoperability cannot fail. This paper shows the importance of monitoring and controlling intelligent agents as a tool to anticipate problems in health information systems. The interaction between humans and agents through an interface that allows the user to create new agents easily and to monitor their activities in real time is also an important feature, as health systems evolve by adopting more features and solving new problems. A module was installed in Centro Hospitalar do Porto, increasing the functionality and the overall usability of AIDA. View Full-Text
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Cardoso, L.; Marins, F.; Portela, F.; Santos, M.; Abelha, A.; Machado, J. The Next Generation of Interoperability Agents in Healthcare. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2014, 11, 5349-5371.
Cardoso L, Marins F, Portela F, Santos M, Abelha A, Machado J. The Next Generation of Interoperability Agents in Healthcare. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2014; 11(5):5349-5371.Chicago/Turabian Style
Cardoso, Luciana; Marins, Fernando; Portela, Filipe; Santos, Manuel; Abelha, António; Machado, José. 2014. "The Next Generation of Interoperability Agents in Healthcare." Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 11, no. 5: 5349-5371.