International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Analysis Study Research Paper | Information Technology | United States of America | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023

Bridging the Gap in Integrated Care: A Semantic Medical Data Management Framework Leveraging Linked Data and FHIR Standards

Wasim Fathima Shah [4]

Abstract: In this paper, we present a novel telehealth data management framework specifically tailored to enhance integrated care services for patients facing chronic and multimorbid conditions. This innovative framework employs an OWL ontology, which is firmly rooted in HL7 FHIR resources, to facilitate the storage and representation of semantically enriched EHR data while adhering to Linked Data principles. We provide a comprehensive overview of the implementation of a persistent storage solution and communication web services, which enable efficient EHR data management and ensure the preservation of validity and integrity of patient data as self-describing ontology instances. One of the key features of this framework is its emphasis on flexibility and reusability. By considering ontology as the central point of change, the framework can easily adapt to different integrated care scenarios and requirements. The development of this telehealth data management framework is a timely response to the growing need for effective and integrated care services, especially for patients with complex and chronic health conditions. By leveraging cutting-edge technologies and data management strategies, this framework offers a robust, adaptable, and user-friendly solution for healthcare providers, ultimately contributing to improved patient outcomes and more efficient healthcare delivery.

Keywords: Telehealth Data Management, Integrated Care Services, HL7 FHIR Resources, Semantically Enriched EHR Data, Linked Data Principles

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,

Pages: 1972 - 1982

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