The four weeknight online sessions extensively covered the overview of ArchiMate, Business Layer, Application Layer, Technology Layer, Relationship, Viewpoints, Motivation Extension, Implementation and Migration, and Language Extension Mechanisms of ArchiMate. Upon completion, participants gained the knowledge on the terminology structure and concepts of ArchiMate®2.1.
At the end of the training course, participants were asked to share their opinion on how ArchiMate be of use in eHealth implementation in their country. One trainee stated that “It will provide an infrastructure for considering the method of reconstruction and implementation of any system that, whether, it needs to be refined or construct. It is also going to establish the principle to think not only inside the box as an architect. In my opinion, it emphasizes to be thinkable architect over borders that could have a positive or negative influence. The ArchiMate, soon, will have a vital impact in most of the organizations because of its facilities design but once it is introduced as a helpful, supportive, useful and powerful tool.”
Another participant described the ArchiMate as “a good tool that helps communication among team. In addition, the training provided by AeHIN has already introduced the general idea of ArchiMate and all necessary terms.”
“I think it will help to use this knowledge in our country regarding EA”, stated by a participant from Bangladesh.
According to another trainee, “ArchiMate training is very useful and a good concept and language to apply in country’s health implementation and IT Framework. The concept may also apply to standard and interoperability in HMIS.”
The Asia eHealth Information Network extends its congratulations to the participants for their achievement on the ArchiMate 2 examination and look forward to visualize and realize the Regional Interoperability Architecture using ArchiMate.
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Dr Alvin Marcelo
Medical Informatics Unit
University of the Philippines Manila
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Health System Research Institute
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Ms Aliyah Lou Evangelista
National Telehealth Center
National Institutes of Health
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