Systémy zpracování informací

Oblast zaměření: Systémy zpracování informací
Komise : CEN/TC 251 (Health informatics)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 25.09.2018
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This document defines the core data set for a patient summary document that supports continuity of care for a person and coordination of healthcare. It is specifically aimed at supporting ‘unplanned, cross-border care’ and is intended to be an international patient summary (IPS).  The data set is minimal and non-exhaustive, providing a robust, well-defined core set of data items. This tight focus paradoxically enables the specified data items to also be used in planned care, and for both unplanned and planned care to be supported by this data set within local and national contexts, thereby increasing its utility and value.

It uses the European Guidelines (eHN version 2, November 2016) as the initial source for the patient summary requirements but takes into consideration other international efforts so as to provide an interoperable data set specification for global application.

This IPS standard provides an abstract definition of a Patient Summary from which derived models are implementable.  Due to its nature therefore, readers should be aware that the compliance with this standard doesn’t imply automatic technical interoperability; this result, enabled by this standard, can be reached with the conformity to standards indicated in the associated technical specifications.

This international standard does not cover workflow processes of data entry, data collection, the summarization act itself nor subsequent data presentation, nor assimilation, nor aggregation.

It is not an implementation guide that is concerned with the various technical layers beneath the application layer.  Implementation guidance for specifically jurisdictional concerns, e.g. Directives, terminologies, formats etc., is specified in associated Technical Specifications.

In particular, representation by various coding schemes, additional structures and terminologies are not part of this standard.  Terminology and its binding are addressed in the associated Technical Specifications and comprise part of the Guidance for IPS implementation. The Identification of Medicinal Products standards (abbreviated to IDMP) are the recommended target for the Medication Summary related to this standard but, prior to IDMPs’ full implementation in practice, this IPS standard cannot insist in its use at this point in time and recognizes that interim schemes may be necessary until IDMP becomes the norm.

Oblast zaměření: Systémy zpracování informací
Komise : CEN/TC 278 (Intelligent transport systems)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 1.10.2018
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The present document defines the architecture of toll system environments in which a customer with one contract may use a vehicle in a variety of toll domains and with a different Toll charger for each domain.

Toll systems conforming to the present document may be used for various purposes including road (network) tolling, area tolling, collecting fees for the usage of bridges, tunnels, ferries, for access or for parking. From a technical point of view the considered toll systems use electronic equipment on board of a vehicle.

From a process point of view the architectural description focuses on toll determination, toll charging, and the associated enforcement measures. The actual collection of the toll, i.e. collecting payments, is outside of the scope of the present document.

The architecture in the present document is defined with no more details than those required for an overall overview, a common language, an identification of the need for and interactions among other standards, and the drafting of these standards.

The present document as a whole provides:

—    The enterprise view on the architecture, which is concerned with the purpose, scope and policies governing the activities of the specified system within the organization of which it is a part.

—    Terms and definitions for common use in a toll environment

—    A decomposition of the toll systems environment into its main enterprise objects

—    The roles and responsibilities of the main actors

—    Identification of the provided services by means of action diagrams that underline the needed standardised exchanges

—    Identification of the interoperability interfaces for EFC systems, to be specified in specialised standards.

Oblast zaměření: Systémy zpracování informací
Komise : CEN/TC 251 (Health informatics)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 1.10.2018
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This document specifies the common conventions required for the interchange of specific patient data (demographic, recording conditions ...), ECG signal data and metadata, ECG measurements and ECG annotations, and ECG interpretation results.

This document specifies the content and structure of the information which is to be interchanged between digital ECG electrocardiographs/devices and computer ECG management systems, as well as other computer or information systems (cloud, etc.) where ECG data can be stored.

This document defines the way to describe and encode standard and medium to long-term electrocardiogram waveforms measured in physiological laboratories, hospital wards, clinics and primary care medical check-ups, ambulatory and home care. It covers electrocardiograms such as 12-lead, 15-lead, 18-lead, Cabrera lead, Nehb lead, Frank lead, XYZ lead, Holter ECGs and exercise ECGs that are recorded, measured and analysed by equipment such as electrocardiographs, patient monitors, wearable devices. It also covers intracardiac electrograms recorded by implantable devices as well as the analysis results of ECG analysis and interpretation systems and software that are compatible with SCP-ECG.

ECG waveforms and data that are not in the scope of this technical specification include real-time ECG waveform encoding and analysis used for physiological monitors, and intra-cardiac or extra cardiac ECG mapping.

Oblast zaměření: Systémy zpracování informací
Komise : CEN/TC 287 (Geographic Information)
Původce: CEN
K připomínkám do: 6.10.2018
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The Geography Markup Language (GML) is an XML encoding in compliance with ISO 19118 for the transport and storage of geographic information modelled in accordance with the conceptual modelling framework used in the ISO 19100 series of International Standards and including both the spatial and non-spatial properties of geographic features.

This International Standard defines the XML Schema syntax, mechanisms and conventions that:

provide an open, vendor-neutral framework for the description of geospatial application schemas for the transport and storage of geographic information in XML;

allow profiles that support proper subsets of GML framework descriptive capabilities;

support the description of geospatial application schemas for specialized domains and information communities;

enable the creation and maintenance of linked geographic application schemas and datasets;

support the storage and transport of application schemas and datasets;

increase the ability of organizations to share geographic application schemas and the information they describe.

Implementers may decide to store geographic application schemas and information in GML, or they may decide to convert from some other storage format on demand and use GML only for schema and data transport.

NOTE          If an ISO 19109 conformant application schema described in UML is used as the basis for the storage and transportation of geographic information, this International Standard provides normative rules for the mapping of such an application schema to a GML application schema in XML Schema and, as such, to an XML encoding for data with a logical structure in accordance with the ISO 19109 conformant application schema.