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Pacific Medical Technology Symposium (1998)
Honolulu, Hawaii
Aug. 17, 1998 to Aug. 20, 1998
ISBN: 0-8186-8667-7
pp: 16
David W. Forslund , Los Alamos National Laboratory
James E. George , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Eugene M. Gavrilov , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Torsten A. Staab , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Terry E. Weymouth , University. of Michigan
Srikanth Kotha , State University. of New York
Distributed computing is becoming commonplace in a variety of industries with healthcare being a particularly important one for society. We describe the development and deployment of TeleMed in a few healthcare domains. TeleMed is a 100% Java distributed application build on CORBA and OMG standards enabling the collaboration on the treatment of chronically ill patients in a secure manner over the Internet. These standards enable other systems to work interoperably with TeleMed[1] and provide transparent access to high performance distributed computing to the healthcare domain. The goal of wide scale integration of electronic medical records is a grand-challenge scale problem of global proportions with far-reaching social benefits.

D. W. Forslund, S. Kotha, J. E. George, T. A. Staab, T. E. Weymouth and E. M. Gavrilov, "TeleMed: Development of a Java/CORBA-Based Virtual Electronic Medical Record," Pacific Medical Technology Symposium(PACMEDTEK), Honolulu, Hawaii, 1998, pp. 16.
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