A Quality Management System for Interoperability Testing

Johansen, Ib and Bruun-Rasmussen, Morten and Bourquard, Karima and Poiseau, Eric and Zoric, Milan and Parisot, Charles and Onken, Michael
Proceedings of the MIE 2011 - European Federation for Medical Informatics
The use of common (international) standards is prerequisite for sharing information across healthcare organisations. It is evident that implementing standards and achieving interoperability is complex and it requires special attention to improve the quality. Quality Management is a well known discipline, but investigations have demonstrated that Quality Management for interoperability testing is a non-existing or at least a very immature discipline in the healthcare domain. This paper describes the results of the HITCH project in defining a Quality Management System for interoperability testing.
08 / 2011
to be published
IOS Press
European Federation for Medical Informatics
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Healthcare Interoperability Testing and Conformance Harmonisation
to be published