The IHE IT
Infrastructure (ITI) domain addresses the implementation of standards-based
interoperability solutions to improve information sharing, workflow and
begun in 2003, was originally launched by sponsor Health Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
In 2008, GIP-DMP
(Groupement d'Intérêt Public pour le Dossier Médical Personnel) joined HIMSS to help sponsor this domain adding additional user
representation in Europe.
are responsible for development and publication of the IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework.
The IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework specifies
the following ITI Profiles. Where available, the titles below link to expanded
brief descriptions of the profile. Implementers should refer to the Technical
Frameworks page for details.
Details about the ITI plan for 2015-2016 can be found here.
The IT Infrastructure (ITI) Planning Committee has published a series of slide presentations for use by all parties
interested in interoperability, electronic health records and health
information exchange. The goal of the material is to connect the dots between
the problem and the solution defined by ITI profiles. It is geared to an
audience which is familiar with healthcare interoperability problems in general
but is not familiar with the way IHE addresses problems or the specific
profiles provided by ITI. Both MS PowerPoint© slide sets as well as webinars
presented by subject matter experts are available for public use.See the full list of presentations »
Infrastructure Technical Committee supplies Implementation Material which is informative content useful for implementors of ITI profiles. This includes examples, schemas and wsdl.
The ITI Planning and Technical
committees develop and maintain the IHE IT Infrastructure Technical Framework.
committee responsibilities include:
These committees are composed of
representatives of stakeholder organizations who are users or developers of
healthcare IT systems and related infrastructure. The committees are
international in scope. All qualified stakeholders are invited to
Participation is open and voluntary, but in order to remain a voting committee
member, participants must take part regularly in committee meetings and
teleconferences and perform committee assignments. All IHE committee
participants must be associated with a IHE Member Organizations.
Information on becoming an IHE Member Organization is available in the IHE Governance page.
You can contact the secretary of the IHE ITI committees via email at email@example.com.
The ITI committees maintain their working documents on dedicated pages on the IHE Wiki. There you can find committee rosters,
schedules of committee activities and works in progress.
Planning Committee: Daniel Berezeanu; Eric Heflin
Technical Committee: Mauro Zanardini, Elliot Silver
Email communication among participants in the committees takes place through
Google Groups maintained for this purpose. You can request an invitation to
join the committee lists below.
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