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HL7 and within
HL7 promotes the use of such informatics standards within and among healthcare organizations to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare information delivery for the benefit of all.
This SIG coordinates industry input to produce and maintain guides for HL7 messages that can stand alone or be embedded within ANSI X12 transactions.
The terminology is an American Nurses ' Association-recognized terminology, is included in the UMLS, is HL7 registered, ISO-compatible and available within SNOMED CT with appropriate licensure.
The acronym CCOW stands for " Clinical Context Object Workgroup ", a reference to the standards committee within the HL7 group that developed the standard.

HL7 and Canada
* Planning and execution of HL7 Canada Constituency roles and responsibilities ;
* Supporting domestic and international HL7 Canada meetings ;
* Administering the HL7 Canada Constituency forum to facilitate member collaboration.

HL7 and is
Diagnosis Report is sent back to HIS via HL7 usually and Images are sent back to HIS via DICOM usually if there is a DICOM Viewer integrated with HIS in hospitals ( In most of cases, Clinical Physician gets reminder of Diagnosis Report coming and then queries images from PACS Server ).
Health Level Seven ( HL7 ), is a non-profit organization involved in the development of international healthcare informatics interoperability standards.
HL7 is an international community of healthcare subject matter experts and information scientists collaborating to create standards for the exchange, management and integration of electronic healthcare information.
The HL7 community is organized in the form of a global organization ( Health Level Seven, Inc .) and country-specific affiliate organizations:
* Health Level Seven, Inc. ( HL7, Inc. ) is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The organizational structure of HL7 Inc. is as follows:
The Working Group is responsible for defining the HL7 standard protocol and is composed of Standing Administrative Committees and Working Groups.
HL7, Inc. is a standards organization that was accredited in 1994 by the American National Standards Institute ( ANSI ).
HL7 is one of several American National Standards Institute accredited Standards Developing Organizations ( SDOs ) operating in the healthcare arena.
However, HL7 is now adopted by ISO as a centre of gravity in international standardization and accredited as a partnering organization for mutual issuing of standards.
The first mutually published standard is ISO / HL7 21731: 2006 Health informatics — HL7 version 3 — Reference information model — Release 1.
About 45 % of the global membership ( of either HL7 Inc. or an HL7 affiliate ) is located in Europe, 35 % in North America, 15 % in Asia-Oceania and 5 % elsewhere.
The revenue model and business plan of HL7 is discussed in HL7 Strategic Initiatives and Implementation Proposal.
However, since the earlier policy as described in the Bylaws of October 2002 placed the HL7 protocol specifications in the Public Domain, and under 17 USC § 102 there is no copyright protection for an " idea, procedure, process, system, method of operation, concept, principle, or discovery ", this revised policy may not be enforceable.
RIM is the representation of the HL7 clinical data ( domains ) and the life cycle of messages or groups of messages.
HDF is a project to specify the processes and methodology used by all the HL7 committees for project initiation, requirements analysis, standard design, implementation, standard approval process, etc.
Currently, HL7 ’ s v2. x messaging standard is supported by every major medical information systems vendor in the United States.
The Reference Information Model ( RIM ) is the cornerstone of the HL7 Version 3 development process and an essential part of the HL7 V3 development methodology.
The HL7 Version 3 Development Framework ( HDF ) is a continuously evolving process that seeks to develop specifications that facilitate interoperability between healthcare systems.

HL7 and supported
There is no standardization but for data formats and for data interchange, as with the HL7 initiative supported by ISO.

HL7 and by
" HL7 " also refers to some of the specific standards created by the organization ( e. g., HL7 v2. x, v3. 0, HL7 RIM ).
Today, HL7 has been adopted by several national SDOs outside the United States.
HL7 collaborates with healthcare information technology users to ensure that HL7 standards meet real-world requirements, and that appropriate standards development efforts are initiated by HL7 to meet emergent requirements.
HL7 specifies a number of flexible standards, guidelines, and methodologies by which various healthcare systems can communicate with each other.
The segment names for a particular message type are specified by the segment grammar notation used in the HL7 standards.
A large portion of HL7 messaging is transported by Minimal Lower Layer Protocol ( MLLP ), also known as Lower Layer Protocol ( LLP ).
Krankenhaus-Informationssysteme in German ) is of no importance yet, as the variability of HIS systems has not been challenged by HL7.
EDIfact will be slowly replaced by HL7 version 3.
* Reference Information Model, a specification created by HL7

HL7 and which
Most HL7 standards are not Open Standards, depending on the definition, since the current HL7 International IP Policy requires that an implementer or user be an organizational member of HL7, which requires annual payment of a fee.
Australia was an early adopter of the HL7 V2. x standards, which are now used ubiquitously in Australian public and private healthcare organisations.
In the field of Electronic health records there are a number of existing information models with overlaps in their scope which are difficult to manage, such as between HL7 V3 and SNOMED CT.

HL7 and Health
* HL7, Health Level Seven
HL7 v2. x has allowed for the interoperability between electronic Patient Administration Systems ( PAS ), Electronic Practice Management ( EPM ) systems, Laboratory Information Systems ( LIS ), Dietary, Pharmacy and Billing systems as well as Electronic Medical Record ( EMR ) or Electronic Health Record ( EHR ) systems.
HL7 ’ s initial involvement in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act ( HIPAA ) legislation began in 1996 with the formation of the Attachments special interest group to standardize the supplemental information needed to support health care insurance, and other e-commerce transactions.
The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ( ARRA ) and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act ( HITECH ) legislation specified HL7 versions 2. 3. 1 and 2. 5. 1, and the HL7 Continuity of Care Document ( CCD ), as the healthcare standards to meet certain certification requirements.
* HL7 is a member of the Joint Initiative on SDO Global Health Informatics Standardization
Respective standards are available with ISO / HL7 10781: 2009 Electronic Health Record-System Functional Model, Release 1. 1 and subsequent set of detailing standards.
Health Level Seven ( HL7 ), a standards-developing organization in the area of electronic health care data exchange, is an assigning authority at the 2. 16. 840. 1. 113883 ( joint-iso-itu-t. country. us. organization. hl7 ) node.
In the context of Health informatics, CCOW or Clinical Context Object Workgroup is an HL7 standard protocol designed to enable disparate applications to synchronize in real time, and at the user-interface level.

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