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Re: [Health] GNU Health in relation to standards adoption

From: Chris
Subject: Re: [Health] GNU Health in relation to standards adoption
Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2014 15:41:05 -0700
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On 10/29/14, Bernardo Augusto García Loaiza wrote:
> Hi Friends and GNU Health experts
> How is give the standards topics in GNU Health?
> In the slider of gnu health site, there is references about of that GNU
> Health adopt the HL7 FIR Standard.. [
> Can somebody orient me a few about of that GNU Health adopt  HL7 FIR
> standard?
> What are the benefits about it? I already read about of HL7 FIR, but always
> I think that the point of view of somebody of you is interesting take into
> account. ....
> These feature is for the next release the GNU Health version 2.8?  OR ..
> GNU Health version 2.6 can make this?
> In relation to DICOM and medical images in recent threads Sebastien ,

Yes, we plan to release some HL7 FHIR support for the 2.8 release. I've
been working on a web app for that task. The FHIR standard is an
interoperability standard. The goal, for us, is to make Health work
across EHR products. We picked the FHIR standard to accomplish
interoperability. However, standards only work when products support
them. In the States, there are only 2 or 3 major EHR vendors, and they
actively prevent interoperability in their products. Other places have
different EHR markets. So... benefits?  Well, it is a robust standard
and we should at least support it. Hehe.

> Cedric and Luis told me that one soon integration of GNU Health with
> Orthanc Dicom Server.
> Is these for the next release?
> Thanks for your attention.

Yeah, I saw that. I'm looking forward to it!


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