NZ's roadmap towards health sector interoperability

The New Zealand Ministry of Health has released draft papers on proposed pathways to interoperability and a connected health network that feature a strong emphasis on developing open APIs to replace proprietary methods of integration, along with a move from closed networks to secure communication over the internet.

The draft proposals, developed by joint technical working groups from the Health Sector Architects Group and the Health Information Standards Organisation (HISO), are part of moves to develop reference architectures and information standards to inform the country's digital health strategy.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: FHIR, NZ Ministry of Health, HISO, NZ Digital Health Strategy

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