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Anyone can learn the HL7, as it is a human readable format. However, it is recommended that people who wish to learn the HL7 have some experience with programming, as the format can be complex.
In the HL7 you will learn about the different types of data that can be exchanged between healthcare applications, how to exchange this data and the different standards that govern these exchanges.
Health Level Seven is a standard for exchanging information between medical information systems. It is widely deployed and covers the exchange of information in several functional domains. It is very important and crucial to achieve interoperability in healthcare. Health Level Seven is a set of international standards for the exchange, management, and integration of electronic health information.
The HL7 RIM, vocabulary specifications, and model-driven process of analysis and design combine to make HL7 Version 3 one methodology for development of consensus-based standards for healthcare information system interoperability. The HDF is the most current edition of the HL7 V3 development methodology.
The HL7 standard v3 defines messages that are used to exchange information in many domains such as “Patient Administration, Pharmacy, Laboratory, Immunization, Reimbursements, Reporting and Scheduling”.
Under the new approach, CQC inspectors will make their judgement on providers by assessing services against five key questions:
Are they safe?
Are they effective?
Are they caring?
Are they responsive to people’s needs?
So HL7 lays down standards, methods, and a set of guidelines for healthcare systems to communicate with other systems. When these standards are met, the data can be shared and processed in an organized manner. These standards are used for easy sharing and minimizing the risk factors.