Some hospital implement semantic warehousing for clinical information (SWCI). Medical information is now knowledge network level. UMLS define semantic knowledge network of medical language. Currently medical information stored in database and not fully used for clinic. Semantic warehousing is next stage of digitalized medical information.
SWCI is a name of conceptual system of clinical information.
Named by Juhan Kim (SNUH, Seoul National University Hospital) and Bohyon Hwang, YongChan Keum on 2008.
Defined architecture on SWCI ;
1. Semantic-oriented cleansing
2. Semantic-oriented meta management
3. Clinical(Medical) knowledge basement
4. Semantic-oriented user intelligence
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