LOD Development System for Medical Information Standard


  • Hee-kyung Moon
  • Sung-kook Han
  • Chang-ho An






Medical Information Standard, Linked Open Data(LOD), RDF Schema, CDM, OHDSI


This paper describes Linked Open Data(LOD) development system and its application of medical information standard as Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership(OMOP) Common Data Model(CDM). The OMOP CDM allows for the systematic analysis of disparate observational database in each hospital. This paper describes a LOD instance development system based on SII. It can generate the application-specified instance development system automatically. Therefore, we applied by medical information standard as OMOP CDM to LOD development system. As a result, it was confirmed that there is no problem in applying to the standardization of medical information using the LOD development system.




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