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What is IHE?
"Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise" (IHE) fills the "gap" between the creation of e-Health standards and their implementation. IHE is not "Yet Another Standard" but is the missing link between standards development and compliant implementations. IHE supports vendors and implementers in effectively building compliant healthcare computing systems and interfaces based on global standards such as HL7 and DICOM.
IHE develops and maintains the IHE "profiles" which provide precise implementation specifications, based on established international standards, for specific health IT interoperability needs. These profiles provide guidance that details required actions for health IT systems with many different functions to acquire, manage and communicate vital medical information effectively, while supporting efficient provider workflows and protecting private health information.
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IHE Australia Mission Statement
IHE Australia is an open not-for-profit initiative that supports the interoperability needs of e-Health Standards users in Australia. IHE Australia is the official local deployment group of IHE International. IHE International is endorsed by over 230 professional and Standards organisations, healthcare providers and vendors world-wide. IHE Australia has local responsibility for the promotion and education of the IHE approach, the evaluation, localisation and creation of Integration Specifications ("Profiles") and the running of local conformance testing events ("Connectathons") according to the IHE International guidelines, ISO 28380 TR and Australian best practice. IHE derives its Profiles from existing global and local standards, but is not a Standards Development Organisation.
IHE Australia supports the Australian e-Health Standards Implementer Community by:
Because of its critical function in the systems implementation life-cycle, IHE has since 2004 been supported by leading e-Health organisations in the Asia-Pacific region: HL7 Australia, MSIA, HL7 New Zealand, HISA as well as RANZCR and ADIA.
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IHE Australia Events
IHE Australia 2012 Events
The aims of the 2012 IHE Australia Connectathon were to test software vendors’ capabilities in establishing an XDS.b Registry and Repository and to test actors for Document Consumer and Document Source using test data, publicly available template summaries for the Australian PCEHR in CDA format, Patient Care Coordination (PCC) documents, and radiology images and reports (XDS-I).
IHE Australia 2011 Events
IHE Australia held a series of events in the week of 18 - 22 July 2011 in Melbourne:
2010 saw IHE Australia again holding the annual Connectathon and Showcase in Australia.
In 2009, IHE Australia continued the successful series of annual interoperability demonstrations in Australia with a series of events that will enable e-health systems vendors, purchasers, users, healthcare professionals, etc. to:
In 2008 the following IHE education events were held in Australia:
What is IHE Australia?
IHE Australia was approved as a National IHE Deployment Committee by the IHE International Board in February 2009. It is governed by a Board and has a seat on the IHE International Board. For updates, subscribe to the IHE Australia e-Mail list.
HL7 eHealth Standards & IHE International NewsHL7 Announces Second FHIR Applications Roundtable and Call for Presentations
Thursday, 12th January 2017
ANN ARBOR, MI, USA – January 12, 2017 – Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced the second Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) applications roundtable, including a call for presentations. The HL7 FHIR® Applications Roundtable showcases FHIR-based solutions that are improving interoperability and enabling the seamless exchange of biomedical information. The event will be held at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina on March 7 and 8, 2017.
HL7 and IHTSDO Renew Collaboration Agreement
Wednesday, 30th November 2016
Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO®) today announced a new two-year collaboration agreement to support the further adoption of working practices that facilitate the use of IHTSDO's clinical terminology standards with HL7's healthcare information technology standards. This new agreement expands the organizations' collaborative work that began in 2009 and aims to improve healthcare on a global scale by advancing interoperability efforts to facilitate successful implementation.
Health Level Seven Announces New Board Members, Fellows and Volunteer of the Year Awards
Wednesday, 21st September 2016
Health Level Seven® (HL7®) International, the global authority on interoperability of health information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced election results for its Board of Directors at the 30th Annual Plenary and Working Group Meeting in Baltimore, MD. The 2016 HL7 Fellows and the 2016 recipients of the W. Edward Hammond, PhD, Volunteer of the Year Awards were also recognized at the event.
HL7 and OASIS Announce Joint Publication of Implementation Guide to Advance Emergency and Disaster Response
Tuesday, 20th September 2016
Ann Arbor, MI, USA and Burlington, MA, USA – September 20, 2016 – Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) and OASIS, as a result of their cooperation agreement, today announced that they have published a joint implementation guide to bridge the electronic gap between emergency response and hospital communities, improving emergency patient coordination and ER readiness. The guide, HL7 Version 2.7.1 Implementation Guide: Message Transformations with OASIS Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP), Release 1 is expected to improve accuracy and timeliness of data exchange between the emergency response community and hospitals, and between care facilities in everyday and disaster situations. It will also eliminate the need to re-enter or duplicate patient information for incoming emergency patients.
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