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Recent Gartner openEHR Evaluation Report and more!

Evaluate openEHR Standards for Managing Clinical Content Across the Care Continuum (Mike Jones, Henrik Hallenberg, 7 April 2017) openEHR standards offer a potential solution to help HDO CIOs retain control of care delivery data in the long term. New capabilities … Continue reading

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openEHR technical basics for HL7 and FHIR users

Recent discussions on the FHIR chat forum with various HL7 people around the topic of how openEHR and other architectural frameworks (e.g. VA FHIM, CDISC) could work with FHIR led to a realisation … Source: openEHR technical basics for HL7 … Continue reading

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Another good one – oldish but still true

http://wolandscat.net/2014/10/30/does-anyone-actually-understand-what-terminology-is-for/

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Why IT people can’t build information systems – http://wp.me/pzYm3-eJ I thought there are good lessons in it for us kiwis attempting to build a national EHR with exactly this kind of mindset

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Just presented 1 of 4 talks at medinfo 2015 in São Paulo.

Check out @siljelb’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/siljelb/status/634063598558515200?s=09

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A new hope: upcoming openEHR Elections (ACTION NEEDED!)

Dear openEHRers, The Foundation is about to undergo a significant change shortly and will have first democratic elections to constitute a management board. Proper (still very short) anouncement here. Basically 4 members will be elected (2 industrial and 2 individual) … Continue reading

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A great week to remember – for life!

We had 13th of our annual Health Informatics New Zealand Conference in Auckland; always great but this one being greatest: more than 630 delegates! The week kicked off by pre-conference workshops and we (as HL7 New Zealand where I’m vice-chair) … Continue reading

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