Secure messaging interoperability now scaling up: ADHA

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) says it is now working with 42 software companies on implementing new FHIR-based interoperability standards for secure messaging, covering 56 separate software products.

ADHA released an industry offer in March to clinical software vendors involving up to $30,000 to assist them in implementing the standards, which were co-developed and tested in proof-of-concept trials led by Telstra Health and HealthLink in 2018.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: ADHA, secure messaging

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