HL7 delivers healthcare interoperability standards

Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) is the global authority on standards for
interoperability of health technology with members in over 55 countries.

By joining HL7 UK, you gain access to our standards community,

and help us to create the best and most widely used standards in healthcare.

HL7 UK V2 and FHIR® Training Courses - Dates Available to Book

HL7 UK have scheduled V2 and  FHIR Training courses in London.  FHIR 12th - 13th October 2016, this course covers FHIR from the basics through to advanced.  HL7 V2 7th - 8th December 2016, this course provides an overview of V2 with a focus on implementation. For more details and online booking follow this link.  Early bird prices currently apply.

Fast Healthcare Interoperability - What you need to know about how HL7 FHIR® is changing the game

Wednesday 28th September 2016. 12:30pm - 4:30pm 
Hosted by BCS, in London WC2E 7HA Map
FHIR® is now well established as an implementation standard of choice for interoperability requirements in healthcare. Globally, FHIR-based solutions have been developed and piloted for public health, Precision Medicine and genomics, BioPharma and basic research, mobile health and healthcare payers. NHS Digital is working on several FHIR projects, including collaboration with the Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB) and the INTEROpen vendor group to provide clinical validation of FHIR profiles for use in the NHS and social care. Local digital roadmap communities are looking at the opportunities FHIR gives to support regional information sharing. 
Booking now open,  please follow this link.

HL7 Introduces FHIR Trademark Policy and Reiterates Existing Trademark Policies

Health Level Seven International have reissued their trademark policy.  If you use any HL7 branding in your marketing, you need to use the appropriate trademark symbols. This is particularly important when you are using FHIR or the [FLAME DESIGN]. For the full details of HL7 International’s trademark policy follow this link.
There is a separate policy for FHIR and the [FLAME DESIGN] linked here.

HL7 UK AGM and Interoperability Forum - 22nd June - London

HL7 UK held their AGM and an Interoperability Forum on Wednesday 22nd June 2016 at the NCVO, London.  This was a FREE event for members.  There were presentations on a variety of projects and topics relevant to IT Healthcare and the HL7 standards, some of the presentations are posted on the site for members to view.  Follow this link to see details of the event.  

HL7 FHIR APIs and the Argonaut Project

HL7 FHIR APIs and the Argonaut Project. What do they mean to the UK and Healthcare IT? See details from a recent joint event run by HL7 UK with BCS - The Chartered Institute for IT.

HL7 FHIR Team announces the publication of DSTU 2

The FHIR team is pleased to announce that FHIR DSTU is now published. The 2nd DSTU is an extensive rewrite of all parts of the specification. For more information and links to relevant and related sites, follow this link.

HL7 UK FHIR Forum Email List

An open email list has been set up for those interested in FHIR. This is also where the HL7 UK FHIR Forum will discuss issues, and send out notifications. Sign up to the email list via this link.

HL7 UK FHIR and FHIR Hack Days

A FHIR Wiki has been set up for use by interested parties. To find out how to access the FHIR Wiki and for more information on FHIR follow this link.




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