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Jargon Buster

The SCATA Jargon Buster is a compilation of many of the confusing terms and acronyms used in Health Informatics. It was compiled from various sources and is maintained by the SCATA membership.
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Term or Acronym

Arden Syntax

Definition

Arden syntax is a markup language used for representing and sharing medical knowledge

Explanation

A programming language for Medical Logic Modules / sophisticated Clinical Decision Support.

Arden syntax was formerly a standard under ASTM, published in 1992, and is now part of Health Level Seven International

URL

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arden_syntax

Created On

Not Recorded

Last Edited

26-May 2022 22:53