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    Using UN/CEFACT'S Modelling Methodology in e-health projects Using UN/CEFACT'S Modelling Methodology in e-health projects Presentation Transcript

    • Using UN/CEFACTs Modelling Methodology in e-health projects Pablo García Sánchez , J. González, P.A. Castillo and A. Prieto Dept. of Computer Architecture and Computer Technology University of Granada IWANN 2009
    • Index
      • Introduction and state of the art
      • Introduction to UMM
      • How to use it in a big e-health project?
      • Conclusions
    • Technologies
      • Simply WS
      • Simply interaction
      • Consumer oriented
      • “ Light” processes
      • Not business collaboration
      • Not partner profile
      • Not secure, not reliable
      • Non-repudiation unsopported
      • Not repository support
      • Service approach
      • Bottom-up modelling
      • B2B collaboration (ebXML)‏
      • Complex interaction
      • Business oriented
      • “ Heavy” processes
      • Business collaboration
      • Partner profile
      • Secure, reliable
      • Non-repudiation support
      • Registry and repository
      • Contract-based approac h
      • Top-down modelling
    • Methodologies
      • BCM (Business-Centric Methodology)‏
      • Developed by OASIS (creators of BPEL or UDDI)‏
      • It is a set of model layers, a step-guide process, and an information pyramid to align the semantic information of partners.
      • It has a very large learning curve and it is not very extended yet.
      • SOMA
      • Proposed by IBM
      • It lets the identification, specification and implementation of services inside the SOA paradigm.
      • Top-down modelling oriented to intra-enterprise services (service-oriented instead of business-oriented).
    • UMM
      • UN/CEFACTs Modelling Methodology (UMM) models the business services that each partner must provide in order to perform a B2B collaboration.
      • Developed by the United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business
      • Independent of the underlying implementation technology (ebXML, Web Services, CORBA or EDI).
      • Extends UML: more easily adaptable, due to the high development, acceptance and maturity of UML.
    • Using UMM in a big e-health project (AmIVital)‏
      • Objective : develop a new generation of technology and information tools to model, design and implement an Ambient Intelligence (AmI) platform to support the independent life, welfare and health of its users.
      • Funded by the Spanish Ministry of Commerce, inside the CENIT program, with a grant of more than 20 million euro.
      • Several institutions creates functional services that have to be choreographed, and many different technologies must be integrated, so UMM is proposed.
    • UMM Views
      • Business Domain View: discover collaborative business processes using interviews and worksheets
      • Business Requirements View: identify the workflow of the business processes, business entities and their lifecycles and transactions.
      • Business Transaction View: describes the whole choreography, the interactions and the exchanged information between business partners.
      • Business Service View: details the composed services, the agents, and the necessary data interchange in the language and technical concepts of the software developers (i.e. BPEL or BPSS).
    • Business Requirements View (Business Process View)‏
    • Business Requirements View (II)
      • Entity view
      Transaction requirements view
    • Business Transaction View (I)‏
      • Business Choreograpy View
    • Business Transaction View (II)‏
      • Business Interaction View
    • Conclusions and future work
      • A common modelling methodology is mandatory within a wide inter-organizational research project.
      • As a proof of concept, UMM has been used to model a simple e-health business process, where several systems collaborate in an intelligent way with the user.
      • We have used UMM due to:
        • Its growing usage in the development of B2B applications
        • Its learning curve is not very large
        • There exist completely functional tools to create and validate the models.
      • UMM is not only diagrams!
      • Future work:
        • Addapt to the new UMM 2.0 specification...
        • ... and extending its usage to other e-health services, as telecare, medication management and domotic services among others.
      • Thank you!
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