LogicNets Platform Components and Packaging

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LogicNets Decision Support Application Platform  

LogicNets is a robust software platform that enables authors of guidance content to work in an interactive visual design environment to digitally capture and express their process knowledge through easy and efficient visual modeling.  The platform also provides a runtime engine so that interactive human users and/or connected systems can dynamically access and interact with the guided decision applications created by content authors.  Using LogicNets, organizations capture the know-how of their subject matter experts and then make that content available on-demand as web-enabled applications that guide non-expert users interactively through the underlying modeled processes so that they can quickly collect, analyze, and react in real time to information, performing as if they were the experts.  

Modular Architecture

There are many ways in which decision support guidance is constructed and used.  LogicNets offers a wide range of functionality to address the different decision support use cases.  This functionality is distributed between the platform’s base functionality and a range of overlying and separately licensed software layers and options to meet specific application behavior or use case requirements.  This article and its subsections describe the different software components and options that are available to users as they configure a LogicNets environment optimized for their use cases.  

LogicNets Components

The diagram below shows all generally available LogicNets software options and how they are organized into different categories, providing users the ability to selectively license and layer advanced or specialized functions on top of the base components to meet the needs of their decision support use case.


These LogicNets software components can always be acquired and licensed a la carte.  Often LogicNets bundles them into logical groups to conform to particular use case scenarios.  Generally, the LogicNets component parts are licensed based on the number of users directly accessing or benefitting from them.  As shown in the diagram, the full set of platform options is divided into the following categories:


 LogicNets Authoring Components – used to build applications by “content authors”

 LogicNets General Runtime Components -- provide runtime application functionality and are used by application end-users

 Healthcare Integration & Interoperability Suite – A suite of authoring and run-time components that facilitate integrating LogicNets applications and digitized content into the clinical workflow

LogicNets makes the platform components available under a range of licensing options and there are various considerations for how to deploy the software and enhance the organization’s use through LogicNets professional services.  You can access an overview of these considerations in the following article.  Furthermore, the specific considerations for each LogicNets component part are described in detail in the individual parts articles within the components sections above. 
 Licensing and Deploying LogicNets Software


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