Section 1h: Cross-paradigm/Domain Analysis Models
Section 4: Rules and References

HL7 Cross Paradigm Specification: Health Services Reference Architecture (HL7-HSRA), Edition 1

DESCRIPTION

The Health Services Reference Architecture (HSRA) aims to support the design of medium/large scale eHealth architectures based on HL7 services and standards. The HSRA supports the architectural design process at the enterprise level with a map of building blocks and solution patterns based on existing HL7 Standards.

ALTERNATIVE NAMES

HL7 Cross Paradigm Specification: Health Services Reference Architecture (HL7-HSRA), Edition 1 may also go by the following names or acronyms:

"HL7 Specification: Health Service Reference Architecture (HL7-HSRA), R1", , HL7-HIRA

BENEFITS

  • Supports architects and CIOs that need to design, plan, and evaluate enterprise-wide solutions for complex organizations
  • Supports the consistency of the HL7 standard and potential areas not fully covered.

IMPLEMENTATIONS/CASE STUDIES

  • [US] Veterans Health Administration
  • Telstra Health (Australia)
  • Cognitive Medical Systems

RELATED DOCUMENTS

HL7 Cross Paradigm Specification: Health Services Reference Architecture (HL7-HSRA), Edition 1

STU DOCUMENTS

HL7 Cross Paradigm Specification: Health Services Reference Architecture (HL7-HSRA), Edition 1 (Submit Feedback on STU)

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TOPICS

  • Care Provision
  • Clinical Statement
  • Community-Based Health
  • Decision Support
  • Medical Records
  • Patient Administration
  • Patient Care
  • Patient Referral
  • Pharmacy
  • Public Health
  • Terminology

BALLOT TYPES

  • STU

STATUS DATE

2023-09-07

RESPONSIBLE WORK GROUP

Services Oriented Architecture

PRODUCT TYPES

  • Functional Model
  • Services
  • Standard Reference Materials
  • Structures

STAKEHOLDERS

  • Clinical and Public Health Laboratories
  • Clinical Decision Support Systems Vendors
  • EHR, PHR Vendors
  • Health Care IT Vendors
  • Healthcare Institutions
  • HIS Vendors
  • Lab Vendors
  • Local and State Departments of Health
  • Pharmaceutical Vendors
  • Regulatory Agency
  • Standards Development Organizations (SDOs)

FAMILY

  • Cross-paradigm

CURRENT STATE

  • Active

REALM

  • Universal