A Health IT Ontology to describe health IT systems in a comparable way

http://hitontology.eu/ontology/ an entity of type: Ontology

The Health IT Ontology (HITO) allows systematically describing application systems and software products in health IT.
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hito:ApplicationSystemTypeCatalogue
↪ Application System Type Catalogue

hito:ApplicationSystemTypeCitation
↪ Application System Type Citation

hito:ApplicationSystemTypeClassified
↪ Application System Type Classified

hito:Citation
↪ Citation

hito:Classification
↪ Classification

hito:Client
↪ Client

hito:DatabaseManagementSystem
↪ Database Management System

hito:EnterpriseFunctionCatalogue
↪ Function Catalogue

hito:EnterpriseFunctionCitation
↪ Enterprise Function Citation

hito:EnterpriseFunctionClassified
↪ Enterprise Function Classified

hito:ExperimentalStudyRCT
↪ Experimental Study RCT

hito:FeatureCatalogue
↪ Feature Catalogue

hito:FeatureCitation
↪ Feature Citation

hito:FeatureClassified
↪ Feature Classified

hito:Interoperability
↪ Interoperability Standard

hito:Journal
↪ Journal

hito:LabStudy
↪ Lab Study

hito:NonExperimentalStudy
↪ Non Experimental Study

hito:OrganizationalUnitCatalogue
↪ Organizational Unit Catalogue

hito:OrganizationalUnitCitation
↪ Organizational Unit Citation

hito:OrganizationalUnitClassified
↪ Organizational Unit Classified

hito:OutcomeCriteriaCitation
↪ Outcome Criteria Citation

hito:OutcomeCriteriaClassified
↪ Outcome Criteria Classified

hito:QuasiExperimentalStudy
↪ Quasi Experimental Study

hito:SoftwareProduct
↪ Software Product

hito:Study
↪ Study

hito:StudyMethod
↪ Study Method

hito:Terminology
hito:UserGroupCatalogue
↪ User Group Catalogue

hito:UserGroupCitation
↪ User Group Citation

hito:UserGroupClassified
↪ User Group Classified

hito:ValidationStudy
↪ Validation Study
The Health IT Ontology (HITO) allows systematically describing application systems and software products in health IT. Our motivation is that information management professionals have a strong need to share and compare knowledge about health IT in several situations. These situations are, among others, to describe the components of a health information system as part of its strategic or operational management, to select a new software product, to learn about available evidence regarding an application, or to hire or train health IT specialists. @en
Birgit Schneider, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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Thomas Pause, formerly IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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Maryam Ghalandari, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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2022-10-20
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Franziska Jahn, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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Prof. Alfred Winter, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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Konrad Höffner, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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Verena Dornauer, UMIT Tirol, Austria
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Prof. Elske Ammenwerth, UMIT Tirol, Austria
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Michelle Bindel, IMISE Leipzig, Germany
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<https://www.imise.uni-leipzig.de/>
A Health IT Ontology to describe health IT systems in a comparable way @en
hito
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hito:
↪ A Health IT Ontology to describe health IT systems in a comparable way
<https://github.com/hitontology/ontology>
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Health IT Ontology @en
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22.10
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HITO @en
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↪ A Health IT Ontology to describe health IT systems in a comparable way