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Monday, August 22, 2011

IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework volumes and supplements published

 

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IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework volumes and supplements published

 


The IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Committee has published the following Technical Framework volumes as of August 19, 2011:

·       Volume 1 (ITI TF-1): Integration Profiles

·       Volume 2 (ITI TF-2): Transactions (volume 2 is divided into three separate sub-volumes)

o   Volume 2a (ITI TF-2a): Transactions ITI-1 through ITI-28

o   Volume 2b (ITI TF-2b): Transactions (cont.) ITI-29 through ITI-64

o   Volume 2x (ITI TF-2x): Appendices A through W and Glossary

·       Volume 3 (ITI TF-3): Section 4–Cross-Transaction Specifications and Section 5–IHE Content Specifications

 

 

The documents are available for download at http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Framework.

 

 

The Committee has also published the following supplements to the IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework as of August 19, 2011:

·       Cross-Community Fetch (XCF) - Published 2011-08-19

·       Cross-Community Patient Discovery (XCPD) - Revised 2011-08-19

·       Cross-Enterprise User Assertion - Attribute Extension (XUA++) - Revised 2011-08-19

·       Document Encryption (DEN) - Published 2011-08-19

·       Healthcare Provider Directory (HPD) - Revised 2011-08-19 

·       On-Demand Documents - Revised 2011-08-19

·       Retrieve Form for Data Capture (RFD) - Revised 2011-08-19

·       Support for Metadata - Limited Document Sources - Published 2011-08-19

·       XAD-PID Change Management (XPID) - Published 2011-08-19

·       XDS Metadata Update - Revised 2011-08-19

 

These profiles will be available for testing at subsequent IHE Connectathons.  The documents are available for download at http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Framework.

 

Comments on all documents can be submitted at http://www.ihe.net/iti/iticomments.cfm.


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