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Inclusion of individual's genetic variation data (e.g. specific genetic test results, SNPs, whole genome sequencing) in the EHR is becoming increasingly important for Personalised/Precision Medicine.


  • Cecilia Mascia (CRS4)
  • Paolo Uva (CRS4)
  • Francesca Frexia (CRS4)
  • Gideon Giacomelli (HiGHmed)
  • Christina Jaeger-Schmidt (HiGHmed)
  • Simon Schumacher (HiGHmed)
  • Florian Kärcher (HiGHmed)
  • Priscila Maranhão (CINTESIS)
  • Gustavo Bacelar-Silva (CINTESIS)
  • Duarte Gonçalves-Ferreira (CINTESIS)
  • Ricardo Correia (CINTESIS)
  • Sjur Gjerald (BigMed)
  • Bjørn Næss (BigMed/DIPS)
  • Anca Heyd (DIPS)
  • Heather Leslie (openEHR clinical program)
  • Vebjørn Arntzen (openEHR clinical program)
  • John Tore Valand (openEHR clinical program)
  • Silje Ljosland Bakke (openEHR clinical program)
  • Liv Laugen (openEHR clinical program)

Clinical modelling history

Both the CRS4 and the CINTESIS teams had developed a set of archetypes, both based on the same premise that they should be used within a modified version of the Laboratory test result OBSERVATION archetype. These archetypes were uploaded to the international openEHR CKM Genomics project, and a comparison mindmap was created to identify the differences between them. A Slack channel was initiated to support informal communication within the group.


The Genetic variant CLUSTER archetype was sent out for its initial review round on April 26 2019.

How to participate

To make sure you get invited to reviews of the genomics archetypes, adopt the archetypes in the international openEHR Genomics project.

Overview of the proposed archetype structure

Related Work / Resources