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Publication . Article . 2021

International standard HL7 FHIR as a working framework for development of common healthcare information space of the Republic of Belarus

K. I. Kostyuk; A. V. Branitski; V. V. Roubo; I. M. Nesterovich;
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Published: 03 Jan 2021 Journal: Informatics, volume 17, pages 83-91 (issn: 1816-0301, eissn: 2617-6963, Copyright policy )
Publisher: United Institute of Informatics Problems of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus
Abstract
The positions of theRepublicofBelarusin the field of ICT, the levels of medical data store and collection, HL7 FHIR standard are considered. International standard HL7 FHIR for the exchange of medical data, designed to improve the interaction of independent medical information systems and reduce the cost of developing interfaces. FHIR introduces the term Resource as the main unit of meaningful information for transferring and storing data, describes a set of information resources and a protocol for interacting with the resource store through a REST service or messaging. A fixed basic set of information resources is designed to cover 80 % of information scenarios. This standard is used in the national system of electronic prescriptions in theRepublicofBelarus.
Subjects by Vocabulary

Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Field (computer science) Protocol (object-oriented programming) Service (systems architecture) Set (abstract data type) Computer science Database computer.software_genre computer Cover (telecommunications) Information and Communications Technology International standard Resource (project management)

Subjects

national electronic health record system, index of development of information and communication technologies, electronic medical record, medical information system, standard for the exchange of medical data hl7 fhir, Electronic computers. Computer science, QA75.5-76.95

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