openEHR & FHIR

openEHR in FHIR? …on FHIR?

FHIR in openEHR?

Not sure, which is best. Don’t particularly care.

But what I am convinced of is that FHIR needs the detailed and specific clinical content that is found in openEHR archetypes. There is no point re-inventing the wheel here. We need to find ways to work together…

My main point?

Common clinical content between implementations is potentially a game changer for healthIT interoperability!

My presentation to the FHIR Forum in Melbourne last week:

My thoughts on collaboration coming soon…

One thought on “openEHR & FHIR

  1. Hi, Heather
    I’m getting stopped to see or download your presentation in Melbourne. Due to security policy.. 😦
    Can you zip it and send, please? The FHIR/openEHR-discussion is very hot here.

    Vebjørn

    PS
    See you in Bergen in November!

    Denne meldingen inneholder ikke sensitiv informasjon som bryter med Oslo universitetssykehus HFs krav til informasjonssikkerhet.
    (In compliance with the Security Policy of Oslo University Hospital, the content of this message (including any attachments) is of a non-sensitive nature)

    Fra: Archetypical [mailto:comment-reply@wordpress.com]
    Sendt: 10. november 2014 07:49
    Til: Vebjørn Arntzen
    Emne: [New post] openEHRFHIR

    Heather Leslie posted: “openEHR in FHIR? …on FHIR? FHIR in openEHR? Not sure, which is best. However here is my presentation to the FHIR Forum and Connectathon held in Melbourne last week. FHIR needs the detailed and specific clinical content that is found in openEHR “

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