HL7 Australia enters 'bootstrapping' phase to overcome frosty relations

The Australian affiliate of HL7 International has launched a new standards development initiative that it hopes will help overcome some of the frosty relationships that have dogged eHealth standards development over the last few years.

HL7 Australia has set up a technical steering committee (TSC) chaired by NEHTA's manager for standards and informatics Andy Bond, along with three initial work groups covering orders and observations, patient administration and medications, that it hopes will foster the development of HL7 standards independent from Standards Australia.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: HL7

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