The International HL7 Consultants and HL7 Experts are an international group of associated HL7 and Health Information Technology
experts and consultants that provide high-level expertise to clients in government, industry and healthcare organizations.
The HL7 Consultants listed below provide information, give expert assistance and undertake projects on a comprehensive collection
of standards, messaging tools and message engine expertise to support HL7 users constructing EDI interface messaging for the exchange
of medical and clinical information to establish interoperability and message connectivity between healthcare information systems.
The Partners have an excellent track record teaching at universities, Federal and State health agencies, private hospital groups and other healthcare organisations in the Asia-Pacific. They have trained over 500 people in the last two years.
Major clients include HealthScope, the Royal Australian/NZ College of Radiologists, St John of God, HL7 Singapore, NHS UK, Aus. Dept. of Health, NEHTA, HL7 Singapore, etc.
Project Management and HL7 Consultancy Nova Pro has been actively involved in most of the HL7 V3 design and implementation projects in the Netherlands to date.
Managing consultant Tom de Jong has become an expert in practical application of V3, both in the Netherlands and abroad. Nova Pro can provide support in the analysis,
design and implementation phases for any interfacing project in healthcare. We are proud to have been a partner to government, healthcare providers and vendors in achieving their interfacing goals!
Frank Oemig studied computer science at the universities of Dortmund and Bochum and specialises on the development of hospital information
systems. He is a founding member of the HL7 Germany TC and IHE Germany. He is an active contributor to the international HL7
community and serves as a co-chair of the HL7 Implementation & Conformance Working Group.
Oemig is the creator of the HL7 V2.x Database which contains the meta-information related to the HL7 standard.
Ringholm is a leading European provider of HL7, IHE and DICOM training courses. It also offers consultancy (V2, V2 and CDA), both for individual healthcare providers or software vendors as well as for National Healthcare Infrastructure Networks (NHINs). Major clients
include: NICTIZ (the Dutch NHIN organization), NIKT (a Norwegian NHIN initiative) as well as these organizations.
Shafarman Consulting uses standard information models, such as the HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM) and the associated bindings of standard terminologies to understand and resolve interoperability issues. Encouraging and enabling the adoption of healthcare information standards that will support regional, national and
international cross-enterprise sharing of healthcare data without loss of meaning is also a major focus.
Principal Mark Shafarman MS BA has been a member of HL7 for over 20 years and was its Chairman 2004-05.
Klein Consulting provides expert advice on Concept Representation, Clinical Database design, heterogeneous system integration, vocabulary mapping and terminology services, identifier management and custom research databases.
HL7 Version 2.x education and testing, including expertise in the Messaging Workbench tools. HL7 Version 3 education, including datatypes.
Major clients include the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the US National Library of Medicine and the North American Association of Central Cancer Registries (US and Canada).
Tel: +1 631 924 6922
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NEW: Meaningful Use and Beyond: A Guide for IT Staff in Health Care
- Are you ready to take your IT skills to the healthcare industry?
This concise book explains how the US healthcare system is implementing Electronic Health Records ("EHRs") and other IT systems to comply with the US government’s Meaningful Use requirements. A tremendous opportunity for tens of thousands of IT professionals, the Meaningful Use program requires a complete makeover of archaic paper records systems, cumbersome workflows and other outdated practices.
This book describes in detail how hospitals and doctors’ offices differ from other organizations that use IT and explains how to bridge the gap between clinicians and IT staff.
Electronic Health Records For Dummies
- a helpful, plain-English guide for doctors, nurses and healthcare administrators to understand, implement and use an Electronic Health Record system.
The HL7 CDA Book
- by eminent expert Keith Boone provides clear and easy-to-use CDA implementation guidance with numerous examples.
The reader will learn not only how to implement the CDA standard, but also to understand its idioms and to "speak" the CDA language.
Introduction to HL7 V2.x Messaging (2nd Edition)
- the most popular HL7 V2.x Messaging introductory Textbook. Mike Henderson is widely recognized as a most experienced HL7 V2.x teacher and trainer.
He regularly teaches at the HL7 Education Summits in the US and co-authors the HL7 V2.x Analyst Certification exams.
HL7 V2.x Messaging Study Guide
- the Study Guide to the above Textbook. Both books are considered mandatory reading and study for candidates sitting the HL7 International V2.x Analyst Certification exam.
HL7 FHIR Foundation Collaborates with Google Cloud Platform to Support FHIR Community
Saturday, 18th February 2017
Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced that the HL7 FHIR Foundation is now working with Google to support HL7's Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard and the FHIR community using Google Cloud Platform.
HL7 Argonaut Project Takes Major Step Forward for FHIR
Wednesday, 15th February 2017
Health Level Seven and the Healthcare Services Platform Consortium Announce Collaboration Agreement
Tuesday, 31st January 2017
Scottsdale, Arizona and Ann Arbor, Michigan (February 1, 2017) - Health Level Seven® (HL7®) International, the global authority on interoperability of health information technology with members in 55 countries and the Healthcare Services Platform Consortium (HSPC), a provider-led, not-for-profit fostering industry-wide collaboration for the development of an open ecosystem of interoperable applications, content, and Service Oriented Architecture services, today announced that they signed a collaboration agreement and will initiate joint projects to advance interoperability.
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