HL7 delivers healthcare interoperability standards

Health Level Seven International (HL7) is the global authority on standards for interoperability
 of health information technology with members in over 55 countries.

By joining HL7 UK, you gain access to our standards community, and you help us to create the best
 and most widely used standards in healthcare.

HL7 UK Training Courses - Online Booking Now Open

Our autumn courses are now available to book, and we currently have a 20% discount for early registrations.  Our courses this autumn cover  HL7 V2, CDA, FHIR, IHE XDS Enterprise Archiving VNA and ECM and DICOM /HL7/IHE Standards Overview.  To find out more and for online booking, follow this link.

IHTSDO SNOMED Newsletter Q2 2015

IHTSDO is the organisation behind SNOMED CT. Their latest quarterly newsletter includes articles on SNOMED CT becoming a Multi-Lingual Standard, E-learning updates, Expo 2015 call for papers and much more. Download a copy from here.

HL7 UK AGM and Interoperability Forum 18th June 2015

HL7 UK AGM and an Interoperability Forum held on the 18th June 2015 at the NCVO, London.  To see the agenda follow this link.

HL7 Launches Joint Argonaut Project to Advance FHIR

HL7 Leading Health IT industry vendors and providers collaborate with HL7 to accelerate development and adoption of FHIR.

HL7 UK V2 App

HL7 UK members can access a new app from Google Store. To find out more and get the unlock code, follow this link.

FHIR Proposed as Standard API for Healthcare

A major US company has responded to US Government call for health care companies to publish their APIs.  They suggest that a set of incompatible APIs do not move things forward. FHIR makes for a better data access standard and the issue has parallels in the GPSoC initiative to mandate open APIs.  Click for more.

HL7 UK FHIR Forum Email List

An open email list has been set up for those interested in FHIR. This is also where the HL7  UK FHIR Forum will discuss issues, and send out notifications.  Sign up to the email list via this link.

HL7 UK FHIR Wiki and FHIR Hack Days

A FHIR Wiki has been set up for use by interested parties. To find out how to access the FHIR Wiki and for more information on FHIR follow this link.

CDA Security Update Release

A fix has been supplied for a potential vulnerability in the standard rendering stylesheet for CDA.  The vulnerability is that script (e.g. javascript) could be embedded in CDA markup and sent to a system that unintentionally executes this script when rendering. Follow this link to see more details.

 

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