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Nictiz STU3 Zib 2017

Nictiz repository of FHIR STU3 conformance for HCIM Release 2017. Includes MedMij and HL7 NL.
  • PUBLIC PROJECT
  • FHIR STU3
  • Scope National NL
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Nictiz is the centre of expertise for standardisation and eHealth in The Netherlands

"Nictiz works towards better healthcare through better information. We support the healthcare sector in the use of IT to improve quality and efficiency within healthcare." This project contains all artifacts that Nictiz creates and/or maintains as part of its mission to provide "better healthcare through better information".

Discussion and feedback greatly appreciated through the FHIR Chat Channels -- free registration required.

Copyright/License:

All resources, profiles / naming systems / value sets / examples etc., are released under Creative Commons 0 license as indicated in the .copyright elements where possible. This effectively opens up use with as little restrictions as possible. Please note that the underlying Healthcare Information Models, or Zorginformatiebouwstenen, are under CC BY-NC-SA-3.0 license.

Project contains:

  • MedMij

  • HL7 Netherlands

    • Profiles by HL7 Netherlands are Patient, Organization, Practitioner, RelatedPerson, HealthcareService, EpisodeOfCare, Location, and datatypes Address and HumanName.
    • These profiles are marked slightly different in the name (nl-core-*), the url (http://fhir.nl/*) and their publisher (HL7 Netherlands).
    • Profiles are based on Health and Care Information Models (HCIM - Dutch: Zorginformatiebouwstenen (Zib))

Questions, issues, feedback:

  • FHIR Chat Netherlands stream. Publicly accessible. For discussion, general questions, implementation advice (other channels might apply too)
  • BITS Ticket Tool. Publicly accessible. For bugs, enhancement requests, feature requests. Any specification change shall be documented here regardless of where the discussion started.
  • Email. For inquiries that should not be publicly accessible. If mail requests serve the general good, you might be asked to continue the discussion on one of the other channels.