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1 g to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework

2 tandards repr resentation in pro ject: from med o tele-rehabili itation ti proced workf flow Sophia Antipolis, France, 6-7 May 2014

3 Auth hors Elisa Ferrara Roberta Ferretti Silvana Dellepiane

4 Cont tent an overview rring to international Standards ration of patient clinic cal data and plan of c ical Description Architect ture (CDA) to integrate in first pilot workflow interaction with IHE -Rehabilitation Workflow of the project Document

5 @Home: an overview of the p e is an international funded R&D project in the European U rogramme FP7/ ims to provide aninnovative home-rehabilitationh ti solution ny capabilities to lead a fulfilling and productive life, after a e is addressed to both physical lly and cognitively impaired patie g off-the shelf software and hardware components an serious-game-based servicee is provided, enabling con medical caregivers and the fam mily via Web2.0 social network

6 plementation with other clinical struc purpose of this job ha s been to inspire the Re tion to international standards, such as HL7, in order to ant with the largest number of structures in the world, se of the standardization in health care protocols, spr eworld, gave to the project the matter to start t aprelimi i e ready for a large exploitation and to make easie nd therapists.

7 f care in alization of the system involves the exploitation of processe information during the rehabilit tation. This is later used to pro es and services in order to enhance the user experience. ing the user information it is useful to maintain integrability w international a standards ds as deals with the common o docu e rehabilitation structures. fic Clinical Description Architecture (CDA) has been designed s s in use at the two rehabilitation centers (FDCGO in Italy, NTGB ated CDA is designed in order to take into account the abo he rehabilitation process of a patient, following HL7 protocol.

8 l Description Architecture (CD scribe many different aspects of the person, like the major pers uation, the cultural aspects and the caregivers chart, included th ws the patient. graphics: all the codes related fiscal and medical history while to a single patient are reported, protecting his/her privacy. age: this aspect can help in building, explaining and defining in taking into consideration cultural aspects, capability of the patie written or an oral message durin ng his performance, such as a m eful in conducting statistical analysis and studies. ct:caregivers and legal aspectss such as the civil invalidity are c blish also the level of care due by law and the level of economic to this of the patient.

9 integrate in first INTERNATIONAL STANDARD DS

10 g the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) promo ted use of established standards such as pecific clinical needs in support of optimal patient ome inspired by IHE to create a workflow in ele-rehabilitation Workflow.

11 habilitation Workflow Docume oal, of the Tele-Rehabilitation Workflow, is to allo involved in the proc ess to manage and sh inical history of the patient, from the monitored occurring during the process (e.g., visits, cha rpose, inspired by ITI Cross-e orkflow (XDW) used by IHE. the Tele-Home Monit toring Workflow Docum me Tele-Rehabilitation Workflow Document ha

12 ompliant) Implementation

13 future: next steps ation of the existing first pilot CDA and Moku ation of Tele-Rehabilitation workflow and CD ystem level through xml code lation of the documents in order to be ready lement in countries al ready involved in the p

14 Thank you silvana.dellep @edu.unige.it