The following interoperability networks BCS, CCIO/CIO Network, C4H, HL7UK, IHE, NHS Digital, NHS England, NHS Hack Days, OpenEHR, PRSB and techUK have all joined INTEROPen, agreeing to its terms and conditions. Discussions amongst leaders of these networks have led to
At the recent interopsummit panel debate, it was announced that leaders of interoperability networks (C4H, HL7UK, techUK, PRSB, BCS, IHE, CCIO/CIO network, OpenEHR, NHS Digital, NHS England) have agreed to work to establish how they can come together under an umbrella group
INTEROPen request a HL7UK ballot on the draft INTEROPen CareConnect profiles(extensions and valuesets) Click here for the full details. Discuss here on RYVER
The Code4Health Interoperability Community Board endorsed this paper and its recommendations. FHIR tooling is not quite mature enough to drive the clinical engagement to help define clinical user requirements and use cases. This is an opportunity for members to share
The Interop 2017 Summit agenda is now available here
This is a paper summarising the outputs from an Interoperability and Population Health Summit that was convened by Will Smart, NHS England CIO, in November 2016. The purpose of the summit was to bring together national and international experts to explore
A key aim of this project was to support faster development of UK standards for the exchange of health and care information in FHIR, drawing on existing work nationally and internationally and collaborating with the interoperability community to bring a
Click here to see the presentation given to the Code4Health Interoperability Community on Developing Community FHIR Profiles.
Click here to read the INTEROPen October 2016 Newsletter.
Liam King has kindly volunteered to support INTEROPen’s work in a management capacity, helping to assist Paul Cooper from IMS Maxims. We are delighted to have Liam’s contribution to our community! ACTION FOR MEMBERS: If you have capacity to support