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HL7 e-Health Systems Interoperability Consulting and Education

HL7 Systems and Services is a leading specialist eHealth consultancy providing Advice, Education, Consulting and Implementation Support for the HL7 e-Health Healthcare Computing Systems Interoperability Standards.  HL7S&S has a comprehensive track record in successfully undertaking projects for Federal and State Health agencies, product vendors, private hospital groups and other health-care organisations.  HL7S&S provided EHR messaging specifications for NSW Health's Health-e-link project, has recently completed projects for the Dept. of Health and Ageing, NEHTA, etc. and was contracted 2002-05 to a US$68m World Bank project to redevelop the health information systems in Bulgaria.

Services

  • Consulting and expert advice to the Health ICT industry and users since 1997
  • Help and Resources for eHealth system implementations
  • Small, focussed and flexible - "integrated into the client's team"
  • Australian Government Endorsed Supplier
  • Health IT project management
  • Health IT reviews and audits
  • Specialist product development assistance
  • Special interest in General Practice and Specialist messaging
  • Creation, review and audit of HL7 interface specifications

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Major Current & Recent Projects

  • Education Services 2010 - NEHTA (with HL7 Australia)
  • Major Internet e-Business Project (2008-10)
  • IHE Connectathon & Showcase Project Management 2008 & 2009 - IHE Australia
  • Report Review "Standards for E-Health and EHR Interoperability" - NeHTA, Australia
  • "Technical Report on Hospital Scheduling, Bed Availability and Eligibility Transactions" - Standards Australia
  • Expert Panel - Health Information Systems (2008-10) - Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care
  • "Health-e-link" EHR Messaging Specifications - State Health Dept. of New South Wales, Australia
  • "Data Group Mapping", "Integration Standards" and "Health Identifier" projects - NeHTA (with DH4 Pty. Ltd)
  • GPCG 2004 "GP Messaging" and "GP Data Model" projects - Aust. Dept. of Health & Aging
  • Pathology and Discharge/Referral Guidelines Review - HealthLink Ltd., New Zealand
  • HL7 Infectious Diseases Message mapping - DHS Victoria, Australia
  • Tasmanian HealthConnect Trial - Hobart, Australia
  • National Health Information Standards Project - Bulgarian Ministry of Health, Bulgaria (funded by the World Bank)
  • Review of a "R&D Start" grant application - AusIndustry, Sydney
  • Review of the BMMS HL7 Message Specifications V1.0 - HIC, Canberra
  • Discharge Referral Draft Standard & Implementers Specifications - NSW Health, Sydney
  • GPCG Project "Review of the General Practice Data Model and Core Data Set" - GPCG, Australia
  • GPCG Project "Development of an XML Version of the HL7 Discharge and Referral Message" - GPCG, Australia
  • HL7 Message Specifications for Diabetes and Adverse Drug Reaction (ADRAC) Projects - GPCG, Australia

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HL7 News

HL7 Announces New Advisory Council Members
Wednesday, 5th November 2014
Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced that its Board of Directors has named the following individuals to serve a two-year renewable term on the HL7 Advisory Council:

Healthcare IT Leaders Embrace Federal Interoperability Plans
Friday, 17th October 2014
The federal government's top health IT advisors Wednesday made important recommendations on how public and private stakeholders should progress towards interoperability in healthcare.  Leaders from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and Health Level Seven International (HL7) embraced the recommendations of the JASON Task Force, calling them a significant step forward in achieving the promise of information technology in healthcare.  CHIME and HL7 also highlighted the need to incorporate critical enhancements to standards currently under development for Meaningful Use Stage 3.

CHIME, HL7 Working Together to Address Challenges to Achieving Interoperability
Monday, 13th October 2014
As part of a partnership to advance interoperability in healthcare, the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) and Health Level Seven International (HL7) are continuing to work together to promote a standardized approach for exchanging healthcare information.


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