Reference Information Model for Clinical Laboratories.
What does RIM stand for?
RIM stands for Reference Information Model
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of RIM
We have 151 other meanings of RIM in our Acronym Attic
- Rate Impact Measure
- RDBMS (Relational Data-Base Management System) Interface Module
- Reaction Injection Molding
- Read In Mode
- Rear Integration Module (General Motors)
- Receipt, Inspection, & Maintenance
- Received Input Message
- Receiver Intermodulation
- Recorder Interface Module
- Records and Information Management
- Regional Implementation Meeting (UN)
- Regional Independent Media (UK)
- Regional Information Manager (various organizations)
- Registered International Mover (American Moving and Storage Association certification)
- Registry Information Model (ebXML)
- Regulatory Interpretation Memorandum
- Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan (Detroit, MI)
- Relational Information Management
- Relative Importance Measure
- Reliance India Mobile
Samples in periodicals archive:
Recognizing that interoperability of patient care and research data is critical, HL7 and CDISC began a joint effort in 2004 to map the research domain into the HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM)," said Charles Jaffe, MD, PhD, and CEO of HL7.
The Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base solves this problem by providing a unified data model based on the Health Level 7 Version 3 Reference Information Model, and by offering sophisticated terminology mediation services.
0, referred to as the HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM).
The mission of the HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM) is to break the stove pipes down, or at least make connecting them easy.
This program continues to design breakthrough products by combining internal expertise with the significant recent accomplishments of HL-7, which introduced enhanced standards like the HL-7 Reference Information Model.
The CDISC standard for the exchange of clinical trial laboratory data is now approved as an HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM) Version 3 message, in addition to the original ASCII, SAS and XML implementation options.
x data interchange standard, the HL7 Reference Information Model, the DICOM standard for imaging, the NCPDP SCRIPT prescription drug information standard, the LOINC vocabulary for laboratory tests, the IEEE/CEN/ISO 1073 medical device communication standard, the ASC X12 administrative transaction standard, HL7 Data Types, Clinical Document Architecture (CDA), and the HL7 Clinical Context Management Specification (CCOW).