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HL7 and the Ringholm Effect

HL7 messages are the lifeblood of electronic health communication in many settings in many countries. In the healthcare sector in Australia, for example, they are ubiquitous in hospital settings for notification of patient Admissions, Discharges and Transfers and they are … Continue reading

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PDF attachments in HL7 messages

Last year in Australia there was an agreement amongst a number of parties, led by the Australian Department of Health, for the results of diagnostic tests to be sent to the national electronic health record system for accessing by both … Continue reading

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NEHTA publishes flawed pathology terminology

On its  shiny new website  under About NEHTA , NEHTA now starts its strategy statement with: “With the foundations built, the infrastructure in place…“. Nothing can be further from the truth. No amount of shouting from the rooftops, even by NEHTA’s Chairman, can change … Continue reading

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include version 2.54 of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions will also  be available again for browsing/searching in the next few days.  Unfortunately, the  Healthbase … Continue reading

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include version 2.51 of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions are still available for browsing/searching.

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include version 2.50 of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions are still available for browsing/searching.

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The Power, the Glory and the Dangers of structured health data

It is now over eighteen months since I publicly aired my grave concerns regarding a  critical safety issue for Australia’s Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (PCEHR) system, which centred around the lack of scrutiny of the quality of data in … Continue reading

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include the 2.49 version of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions are still available for browsing/searching.

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include the 2.48 version of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions are still available for browsing/searching.

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Australian Medicines Terminology Browser update

Healthbase Australia has updated the free online Australian Medicines Terminology browser to include the 2.47 version of the AMT released by NEHTA today. All deprecated versions are still available for browsing/searching.

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