Polish Chamber of Healthcare IT has been court-registered and is ready for its statutory activities. It unites 120 founding members, mostly IT/IS vendors and medical providers, including iEHR.eu, that actively support the initiative. If you are interested in joining our efforts, please visit chamber’s website and become its member.
Few weeks ago we have announced that iEHR.eu has launched Eddie. Now, we have a demo up and running so you can get your hands dirty with some HL7 CDA XMLs – check it out at www.geteddie.net – any question, do let us know.
For those who missed the initial announcement – Eddie is a backend component you can embed in your IT system to have 100% HL7 CDA compliance with ease. No HL7 CDA expertise required, Eddie handles all the document editing and output XML formating. Of course its fully customizable on both UI (web form) and XML (output document) level. If you want to know more, contact us.
International HL7 Interoperability Conference took place in Prague on 9-11 Feb 2015. Our team presented two practice reports. Sebastian Bojanowski spoke about our own innovative framework for rapid development of HL7 CDA document editor backend components, that is a basis for Eddie, our new product. The second paper, presented by Roman Radomski, is about our recent work to recreate the Polish National Implementation Guide for CDA in DECOR format.
Our new product, dedicated to vendors of healthcare solutions, has been officially launched. It is a backend component of HL7 CDA editor of clinical documents. The product includes service of analysis, clinical templates development and customization of our base software component to be licensed to software providers, who want to integrate Eddie in their systems. Please visit Eddie’s landing page for details.
The draft Polish National Implementation guide for HL7 CDA version 0.9.9 has been published by Polish eHealth agency (CSIOZ) for review. The release has been generated from DECOR format, which is from now the official format of Polish HL7 v3 artifacts.
The direct link to English version of the release is here.
Many thanks to Kai Heitmann and other ART-DECOR guys for your help!
The draft national implementation guide (IG) for HL7 CDA standard, published for review couple of months ago, is now being converted to the DECOR format. The current IG (version 0.9.8) covers three types of documents, which are going to be commonly exchanged between healtcare providers in electronic form: Drug prescription, Referral and Medical equipment prescription. These documents are planned to be stored in the national shared repository of clinical documents (Platform P1), that is under development run by CSIOZ (The National Centre for Healthcare Information Systems).
The DECOR format of Polish HL7 CDA IG will allow implementers to build and test their systems according to common standard implementation rules, based on easily accessible CDA templates.
The Polish IG in DECOR format will be ready by the end of August 2014.
The next year International HL7 Interoperability Conference (IHIC 2015) will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on 9-11 February 2015. The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2014.
Visit IHIC 2015 site for more details.
CSIOZ, Polish government eHealth agency, has proposed legislation changes to make first types of clinical documents obligatory in electronic form in 2016 and 2017. The changes are still pending, but proposed deadlines for all healthcare providers in Poland are:
- August 2016: Drug Prescription
- March 2017: Referral and Medical Equipment Prescription
All three types of documents will be standardised with HL7 CDA and are covered by the draft implementation guide, published couple of months ago.
"How to Build Web 3.0 Applications for Healthcare?" by iEHR.eu: Half-day tutorial at Medicine 2.0 Congress 2014
It’s our great pleasure to announce, that iEHR.eu has been selected to deliver half-day tutorial at 2014 Medicine 2.0 Congress.
“How to Build Web 3.0 Applications for Healthcare by Combining Web-Oriented Architecture and Semantic Interoperability Standards?” is intended to shape participants’ approach to development of healthcare core systems, using modern architectural patterns and focusing on semantic interoperability. It is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate and discuss how healthcare specific interoperability standards may be incorporated into semantic web philosophy and practice.
You will be most welcome in Malaga, Spain, where the Medicine 2.0 Congress will be held on 9-10, October 2014. The exact date of our tutorial is not decided yet, but we have been informed, that it will take place during the Congress or on the day before.
Registration for the Congress is already open. You can benefit from the discounted rate, if registered early. Do not forget to select our tutorial from the list of “Optional items” at the end of the registration page. The additional cost for participation in the tutorial is $360.