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The eHAction Interoperability Guide is intended to support healthcare providers in planning and procuring standards-based interoperable solutions.
This in turn will enable meaningful data sharing within and across organisations, national and professional boundaries, and for harvesting the significant potential of knowledge out of health data.
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Communities of Practice (CoP) are primarily formed by people who engage in a process of collective learning in a domain of common interest where complementarity of skills, knowledge, perspectives and insights make for a sum that exceeds the result of their addition. To learn more and engage more closely with further developments, interested parties can join one of the committees of the participating organizations.
eHAction started a collaborative process for the elaboration of this Guide with the purpose of supporting decision makers in Health organizations in launching and further improving their interoperability projects.
The collaborative process is an ongoing process tackling interoperability and security challenges in healthcare organizations. Thus, the Guide will be regularly updated based on the consolidated knowledge and experiences provided by the Communities of Practice.