Tuesday October 10th, 2017
Polish vendors and users may now verify conformance of their interoperable solutions to IHE profiles and HL7 standards. Tukan platform is up and running! The first set of verification services, including validation of test clinical documents against HL7 CDA standard and its Polish National Implementation Guide, as well as verification of basic IHE XDS.b operations, is available online.
The platform is constructed of several components, including IHE Gazelle and ART-DECOR environment. The next step is to install HL7 FHIR server to allow verification of FHIR based IHE profiles, like IHE MHD. Project is led by HL7 Poland.
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Saturday August 19th, 2017
IHIC Program Committee has accepted two papers from Poland for presentation at this year International HL7 Interoperability Conference, that will be held in Athens, 22-24 Oct 2017. Both papers have been submitted by iEHR.eu and HL7 Poland.
Monday July 31st, 2017
HL7 Poland has started taking applications for user access to Tukan platform. Information on the project, that aims at development of testing platform for conformance with IHE profiles and HL7 standards, may be found on the project site. The user access application form can also be found there. (more…)
Thursday July 20th, 2017
Tuesday June 21st, 2016
The founding meeting of Polish HL7 Association took place on 20.06.2016 in Warsaw. 28 founders established new organization, that will become Polish HL7 Affiliate, when it is registered by court and when an affiliate agreement with HL7 International is signed. The elected management board members are: Paweł Masiarz, Marcin Pusz and Roman Radomski (Chair).
Friday March 25th, 2016
HL7 FHIR is one of the newest standards of interoperable exchange of clinical data and is getting popular pretty fast due to its implementability. It is not a competitor to HL7 CDA, which is a standard of clinical document – both standards have different scopes of use and coexist very well. All interested in HL7 FHIR standard are welcome to benefit from our training offer containing new one-day module “Basic Course on HL7 FHIR“.
Thursday March 24th, 2016
At this year IHIC (International HL7 Interoperability Conference), that will take place in June 2016 in Genoa, Italy, two papers from Poland are to be presented:
“HL7 Templates for ICNP-coded Nursing Assessment Scales”
Authors: Roman Radomski, Marcin Grudzień, Sebastian Bojanowski, Dorota Kilańska, Paweł Masiarz i Marcin Pusz
“Development of HL7 CDA Templates and HL7 FHIR Profiles for the Purpose of Building Interoperable Solution for Disease Activity Assessment in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis”
Authors: Sebastian Bojanowski, Roman Radomski, Marcin Grudzień, Katarzyna Sikorska-Siudek, Małgorzata Przygodzka
Sunday January 24th, 2016
We are very pleased to inform, that application to establish Polish HL7 Affiliate has been submitted to HL7 International.
The petitioning group consists of representatives of various types of organizations interested in healthcare interoperability standards:
- Roman Radomski, iEHR.eu, (submission coordinator)
- Tomasz Judycki, the Polish Chamber of Healthcare IT,
- Paweł Masiarz, the National Centre for Healthcare Information Systems,
- Wojciech Parchański, the Association of Healthcare Software Providers,
- Dr Dorota Kilańska, Medical University of Lodz,
- Marcin Pusz, Pentacomp IT Systems,
- Dr Katarzyna Sikorska-Siudek, the Masovian Centre for Rheumatology and Osteoporosis.
Saturday December 12th, 2015
We have started another project with Masovian Centre for Rheumatology and Osteoporosis (MCRO) – an observational clinical study in Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) patients being qualified to biologic treatment. To record and exchange clinical data we use HL7 v3 and HL7 FHIR standards.
Tuesday November 10th, 2015
Version 1.1 of the Polish National Implementation Guide for HL7 CDA is currently under development. It has been lately reviewed by representatives of the Association of Healthcare Software Providers (STORM), who suggested some changes and expressed their endorsement for further development of the specification. The final publication of version 1.1 is expected by the end of November 2015.