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HL7 International

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Founded in 1987, Health Level Seven International (HL7) is a not-for-profit, ANSI-accredited standards developing organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive framework and related standards for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information that supports clinical practice and the management, delivery and evaluation of health services. HL7 is supported by more than 1,600 members from over 50 countries, including 500+ corporate members representing healthcare providers, government stakeholders, payers, pharmaceutical companies, vendors/suppliers, and consulting firms.

Official website: hl7.org

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Personal Health Device
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Devices on FHIR - Point-of-Care Device IGs. (e.g. health monitors, infusion pumps and ventilators)
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HL7 Public Health Work Group
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HL7 Clinical Genomics work group profiles
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HL7 Electronic Health Records working group
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HL7 Orders and Observations Working Group
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HL7 Vocabulary Working Group
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BSeR FHIR implementation guide
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QiCore - test
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IPS - September 2018 Ballot
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September 2018 Ballot
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Attesting to, validating, and exchanging data from validated provider data (VHDir).
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Specificity and clinical relevance of potential drug-drug interaction (PDDI) alerts in EHR
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For insurance payers to share coverage requirements with EHRs and other clinical systems
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US DaVinci Data Exchange For Quality Measures
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Electronic Case Reporting - More complete and timely case data
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Facilitate clinical care, including population health
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Capture administrative, claims, clinical, research information, for public health reporting
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Capturing and exchanging patient reported outcome data for providers and authorized researchers.
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Women's Health Technologies (WHT) Coordinated Registry Network (CRN)
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Breast Cancer Data - CIC, CIMI
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DaVinci Data Exchange For Quality Measures R4 Artifacts - STU3
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Point-of-Care Devices STU3 - September 2018 ballot
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Vital Records Death Reporting
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The StructureDefinition defining the extensions that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The StructureDefinition defining the resources that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The StructureDefinitions defining the types that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The StructureDefinitions defining the derived profiles that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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A meta package containing all core profile packages
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The v3 code systems that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The v2 tables that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The valuesets that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The concept maps that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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Meta package for all terminology resources that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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The complete set of conformance resources for the R3 FHIR specification
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The Search Parameters that are part of the FHIR Core Specification
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All API related conformance resources that are part of the R3 FHIR specification
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Continua Personal Health Device Data Implementation Guide
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Devices on FHIR - Point-of-Care Device General Implementation Guide
This implementation guide focuses on the application of FHIR to the general category of Point-of-Care Devices (PoCD), such as those typically found in a hospital care setting (e.g., physiological monitors, infusion pumps, ventilators, pulse-oximeters, etc.).
International Patient Summary IG
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BSeR FHIR IG
The BSeR FHIR implementation guide provides guidance for using the HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard as an exchange format for Bidirectional Services eReferral (BSeR). It is a collection of FHIR resource profiles design for use in information exchanges supporting service provider referral and service outcome reporting. A key concept adopted in the design of the BSeR FHIR Profiles is the concept of parsimony. Program area referral and feedback transactions contain common transaction data and program specific data. A critical design requirement is to limit the exchange of clinical information to program areas to only that data that pertain to the program. Transaction participant data such as Patient, Referring Provider, and Servicing Provider are common to both referral and feedback transactions. The data content of each transaction type is partitioned into common and program specific data items. Some program specific data items pertain to multiple program areas; others are specific to a single subject area.
Vital Records Death Reporting
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