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Public consultation eStandards deliverables

17/10/2016

Dear colleagues,

 

As the focus of interoperability in healthcare increasingly emphasises the importance of exchanging clinical information, often between EHRs, there is a corresponding need to grow our collective portfolios of clinical content standards. These standards need to be cocreated with domain experts, and be trusted by them, so that they can confidently rely upon the quality and semantic interoperability of clinical data coming from other systems.

 

eStandards has consulted with several example standards, profile and other specification development organisations, and other projects and initiatives, on the processes they currently use to develop clinical content assets. From this we have derived a generalised methodology, which is published as a content development guideline for organisations such as yours. Although initially targeting the clinical content required for eEIF use cases, we believe that this guideline should have wider applicability for the development of new areas of clinical content and for the harmonisation of existing clinical content specifications.

 

We would be grateful if you could review this deliverable, and provide your response to it. You may access the deliverable and post your comments via the following URL: http://www.estandards-project.eu/index.cfm/public-consultation-deliverables/

 

You can write a general comment(s) about the deliverable on this comment form. At the same time you are kindly invited to comment specific sections of the deliverable in the PDF viewer (more about commenting in pdf)

 

If you feel it appropriate, we would appreciate if you would be willing to send us a scan of a letter of support (endorsement) for this guideline.

 

This document will inform a subsequent eStandards deliverable on recommendations, and will inform our promotion activities of good practice in the interoperability of clinical content. We thank you for your comments.

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