Virtual Patient Implementation Guidelines
Date: November 13December 7, 2012
Author: Valerie Smothers
Author email: firstname.lastname@example.org
13 Nov 2012
7 Dec 2012
Modified the outline
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The MedBiquitous Consortium wishes to acknowledge the MedBiquitous Curriculum Inventory Working Group members, invited experts, and other individuals that contributed to the creation of this document.
- J.B. McGee, M.D., University of Pittsburgh
- Nabil Zary, Ph.D., Karolinska Institutet
- Susan Albright, Tufts University
- David Davies, Ph.D., University of Warwick
- Michael Hagen, M.D., American Board of Family Medicine
- Michael Steele, Duke University
- Jeff Taekman, M.D., Duke University
- Luke Woodham, St. George's University of London
- Rachel Ellaway, Ph.D., Northern Ontario School of Medicine
- Dan Rehak, Ph.D.
The MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standard provides a data structure that allows one to represent …. This structure then enables ….
This implementation guide provides general guidance for common implementations of the MedBiquitous Virtual Patient Standard version 1.0. Specific adaptations for your environment may be necessary.
A broad description of the purpose of the standard
Importance of MVP standard for sustainability (also covered in PPT but good to stress this)