Australia’s National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) released its E-Health Interoperability Framework today. The framework will serve as “a single source of guidance on which all parts of the health care community can agree and use as the basis for business and system integration.”
The NEHTA framework documents the approaches, policies and tools that, shared across the health sector, will deliver an interoperable e-health environment. The framework does not replace enterprise approaches by health care organizations or political jurisdictions, “but instead acts as a toolset to facilitate compatibility,” the document states.
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