Interoperability on FHIR as draft standard release two published

HL7 International has published release two of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) draft standard for trial use (DSTU), incorporating extensive changes from implementation partners including some of the biggest health IT vendors in the world.

First developed by Melbourne-based health informatician Grahame Grieve, FHIR is fast becoming the standard of choice for healthcare data interoperability, with vendors large and small beginning to implement its specifications and healthcare organisations and governments also paying close attention to its potential.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, FHIR, HL7

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