Digital Health and INTEROPen have formed a partnership to accelerate the adoption of interoperability in UK healthcare. The joint partnership brings together the communities of both organisations through a wide-ranging programme of knowledge transfer, collaborative working and leadership development. Part
Update: We received an amazing 133 responses to our Interoperability Priorities Questionnaire – THANK YOU! Take a look at the raw results of this survey in our Collated Feedback document. Thematic analysis to follow. —original post— Want to have your say on interoperability priorities
Feedback has been positive on the INTEROPen FHIR curation process used to create CareConnect FHIR profiles to support UK clinical interoperability. The curation process was initially designed as a pilot for structured information sharing for Transfer of Care and GPConnect.
The BETA versions of the Transfer of Care message specifications are now published; these are sufficiently mature to enable suppliers to development against. There are no plans to change the specifications other than to react to defects reported by implementers.
Philip Graham, Digital Programme Lead for the Lancashire and South Cumbria Sustainability and Transformation Partnership attended the May 2018 INTEROPen Board to present a paper on a prototype Events Management Service (EMS) which he and his team have been developing.
Clinicians on FHIR: The Connectathon In May INTEROPen hosted the second-ever FHIR training session for clinicians. Led by Drs. Amir Mehrkar, David Hay and Munish Jokhani, the day covered the following modules: Welcome and INTEROPen Update INTEROPen
The following post is intended for readers with a basic understanding of HL7 FHIR. If you would like to find out more about FHIR, you may enjoy watching our playlists on the INTEROP SUMMIT YouTube channel. What is FHIR curation?
United by a common mission to improve interoperability across the NHS, INTEROPen has been working closely with NHS England, NHS Digital and techUK to develop a software Supplier Interoperability Questionnaire which, after much testing and tweaking, we now invite and
The PRSB, INTEROPen, and the Royal College of Physicians have formalised a new official partnership, enhancing our joint commitment to improving information sharing across health and social care. On 22 May 2018, Luke Readman, Co-Chair of INTEROPen, Lorraine Foley, CEO
NHS England is inviting proposals for Local Health and Care Record Exemplars (LHCRE) that can “raise the bar” in how the NHS, and its partners, share information safely and securely to help deliver better care for our populations. In the