19 March 2014 Medical imaging document sharing solutions for various kinds of healthcare services based on IHE XDS/XDS-I profiles
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One key problem for continuity of patient care is identification of a proper method to share and exchange patient medical records among multiple hospitals and healthcare providers. This paper focuses in the imaging document component of medical record. The XDS-I (Cross- Enterprise Document Sharing – Image) Profile based on the IHE IT-Infrastructure extends and specializes XDS to support imaging “document” sharing in an affinity domain. We present three studies about image sharing solutions based on IHE XDS-I Profile. The first one is to adopt the IHE XDS-I profile as a technical guide to design image and report sharing mechanisms between hospitals for regional healthcare service in Shanghai. The second study is for collaborating image diagnosis in regional healthcare services. The latter study is to investigate the XDS-I based clearinghouse for patient controlled image sharing in the RSNA Image Sharing Network Project. We conclude that the IHE XDS/XDS-I profiles can be used as the foundation to design medical image document sharing for Various Healthcare Services.
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Jianguo Zhang, Jianguo Zhang, Yuanyuan Yang, Yuanyuan Yang, Kai Zhang, Kai Zhang, Jianyong Sun, Jianyong Sun, Tonghui Ling, Tonghui Ling, Tusheng Wang, Tusheng Wang, Mingqing Wang, Mingqing Wang, Peter Bak, Peter Bak, } "Medical imaging document sharing solutions for various kinds of healthcare services based on IHE XDS/XDS-I profiles", Proc. SPIE 9039, Medical Imaging 2014: PACS and Imaging Informatics: Next Generation and Innovations, 90390B (19 March 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2042970; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2042970


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