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Imagine, for example, a family doctor who sends a patient to a radiology practice to address a complex fracture. The healthcare provider can transmit the patient’s electronic health records to the radiologist, and the radiologist’s team can later quickly send over the results from the imaging department, even if the two practices are using different software systems internally. Software with a high level of operability is easy to deploy, test, and interrogate in the Production environment. Systems with good software operability also lend themselves to rapid diagnosis and simple recovery following a problem, because they have been built with operational criteria as first-class concerns.

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Operability also refers to whether or not a surgical operation can be performed to treat a patient with a reasonable degree of safety and chance of success. For example, a patient who is on vacation and falls ill may not be able to provide all the details of his medical history, which can make all the difference to the doctor charged with his care. This leads to increased patient engagement and better outcomes since more time can be spent on the details of the illness or injury as the medical professionals devise a treatment plan. If you need some background information on Data Mesh, there are a number of great articles are available here (patterns), here (architecture), here (principles) and here (lessons learned).

The following table gives an overview of commonly used guideword-parameter pairs (deviations) and common interpretations of them. Operability is considered one of the ilities and is closely related to reliability, supportability and maintainability.

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He was only able to describe that he had undergone “some procedure” without any useful details. The doctor would have been able to treat him faster and more comprehensively if data from the patient’s electronic health record in his home state of North Carolina was accessible in New York. When data is presented on a consistent basis no matter what the source, it’s easier for practitioners to quickly get to the heart of the matter as they make decisions about treatment. The practices and approaches known as ‘DevOps’ – strong collaboration between development and operations teams – have helped organisations to re-align their business and technology goals towards sustainable delivery of valuable, working software.

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This pattern captures “Operability Events” — data errors, security violations, exception conditions — within a Data Product as well as between Data Products in an enterprise Data Mesh. It surfaces both raw operability events as well as aggregated operability metrics necessary to allow operations staff, developers, and governance professionals to improve the stability and resilience of an enterprise Data Mesh. And lastly, it emits operability events and alerts to enterprise consoles to integrate directly into an enterprise standard operating environment. A focus on software operability is therefore a recognition of the need to ‘make the software as a system work well’ in the Production environment. Operability is an ability of the process or plant that has the capacity and flexibility to achieve a range of operating conditions safely, reliably, profitably and with good dynamic performance and product quality. The Operability ensures to keep the equipment, system or unit and plant in a safe and reliable functioning condition that is pre-defined operational requirements.

Examples of operable in a Sentence

It’s useful to think of interoperability as a philosophy instead of just a “standards-based interaction between computer systems,” noted a report from the Electronic Health Reporter quoting Information Advantage Group’s CEO Jim Bloedau. So on the technical side of things, interoperability helps reduce the time it takes to have useful conversations between providers as well as between healthcare providers and their operatibility patients. Here, the very structure of the exchange of data and how the data itself is codified lets medical providers share patient data even when using completely different EHR software solutions from different vendors. With so many complex systems being networked together, issues of interoperability should be on the minds of people working in all types of industries, with healthcare being no exception.

One of the key goals of DevOps is to ensure that software runs well in Production, especially in the context of regular changes (deployments). For a medium-sized chemical plant, where the total number of items to be considered is around 1200 pieces of equipment and piping, about 40 such meetings would be needed.[6] Various software programs are now available to assist in the management and scribing of the workshop. Foundational interoperability enables one information system to exchange data with another information system. The Data Mesh Operability Pattern addresses this challenge by instrumenting core data product capabilities provide visibility to more granular and real-time operating characteristics of an enterprise Data Mesh. Instability in a production environment impacts an enterprise’s customers, developer productivity, and, in extreme cases may even damage the reputation of a firm.

operability noun

However, it will also need to balance between „too large and complex“ (fewer nodes, but the team members may not be able to consider issues within the whole node at once) and „too small and simple“ (many trivial and repetitive nodes, each of which has to be reviewed independently and documented). A common use of the HAZOP is relatively early through the detailed design of a plant or process. However, it can also be applied at other stages, including later operational life of existing plants, in which case it is usefully applied as a revalidation tool to ensure that unduly managed changes have not crept in since first plant start-up.

  • A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is a structured and systematic examination of a complex system, usually a process facility, in order to identify hazards to personnel, equipment or the environment, as well as operability problems that could affect operations efficiency.
  • The method is applied to complex processes, for which sufficient design information is available and not likely to change significantly.
  • So on the technical side of things, interoperability helps reduce the time it takes to have useful conversations between providers as well as between healthcare providers and their patients.
  • Nowadays, regulators and the process industry at large (including operators and contractors) consider HAZOP a strictly necessary step of project development, at the very least during the detailed design phase.
  • Prior to ADS, Stephen spent 11 years at Medical Resources Inc. (MRI), most recently as the Manager of Marketing & Internet Services, where he and his teams were responsible for all marketing efforts and the market positioning of MRI’s services.
  • For example, a prudent designer will have allowed for foreseeable variations within the process, creating a larger design envelope than just the basic requirements, and the HAZOP will be looking at ways in which this might not be sufficient.

For each node, in turn, the HAZOP team uses a list of standardized guidewords and process parameters to identify potential deviations from the design intent. For process plants, identifiable sections (nodes) are chosen so that for each a meaningful design intent can be specified. They are commonly indicated on piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs) and process flow diagrams (PFDs). The extent of each node should be appropriate to the complexity of the system and the magnitude of the hazards it might pose.

Examples of interoperability in a Sentence

This has to do with standards that govern the format of messages being sent from one system to another so that the operational or clinical purpose of the information is evident and passes through without alteration. In the context of a software systems, Operability is a measure of how well a software system works when operating. A highly operable software system is one that minimizes the time and effort needed for unplanned interventions (whether manual or automated) in order to keep the system running; similarly, a software system with good operability will make diagnosis and anticipation of errors straightforward. For a gas turbine engine, operability addresses the installed aerodynamic operation of the engine[1] to ensure that it operates with care-free throttle handling without compressor stall or surge or combustor flame-out. There must be no unacceptable loss of power or handling deterioration after ingesting birds, rain and hail or ingesting or accumulating ice.

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Design and development responsibilities include the components through which the thrust/power-producing flow passes, ie the intake, compressor, combustor, fuel system, turbine and exhaust. They also include the software in the computers which control the way the engine changes its speed in response to the actions of the pilot in selecting a start, selecting different idle settings and higher power ratings such as take-off, climb and cruise. The engine has to start to idle and accelerate and decelerate within agreed, or mandated, times while remaining within operating limits (shaft speeds, turbine temperature, combustor casing pressure) over the required aircraft operating envelope. Interoperability refers to the basic ability of computerized two or more systems to connect and communicate with one another readily, even if they were developed by widely different manufacturers in different industries.

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Being able to exchange electronic health information between applications, databases, and other systems is crucial for the modern economy. In this article I will explore how this pattern works, how raw data is captured, how it is transformed into useful “operability events” and how these operability events are used by operations, governance, and data professionals. Nowadays, regulators and the process industry at large (including operators and contractors) consider HAZOP a strictly necessary step of project development, at the very least during the detailed design phase. So, the data from a patient who had a blood test last week at his doctor’s office can be used today during a trip to the emergency room, saving the time and cost of doing more (and unneeded tests) at the hospital. Continuity of care is crucial for patients, whether for chronic conditions or taking care of an acute situation with multiple health service providers. Interoperability enables safer transitions of care, which leads to better patient outcomes overall.