Author: Standards and Interoperability Lab - Asia

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What is an Interoperability Lab?

A health interoperability laboratory is a facility focusing on the interoperability of digital health applications. It is a facility where the government, private sector, and academe can come together to test, create, innovate and connect digital health information systems. With the help of digital health experts, the lab ensures that health information systems are standards-based…
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PH National FHIR Workshop highlights Interoperability for UHC

MANDALUYONG, Philippines – The Standards and Interoperability Lab – Asia (SIL-Asia), Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN), and Asian Development Bank (ADB), with sponsorship from the Republic of Korea e-Asia and Knowledge Partnership Fund, conducted a National FHIR Workshop in the Philippines with the theme, ‘FHIR-ing up Digital Health II: A Deep Dive on FHIR’ on 16…
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Ten Countries in Asia join the Regional FHIR Workshop

MANDALUYONG, Philippines – The Standards and Interoperability Lab – Asia (SIL-Asia), Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN), and Asian Development Bank (ADB), with sponsorship from the Republic of Korea e-Asia and Knowledge Partnership Fund, hosted ‘Enabling Interoperability with FHIR: AeHIN’s Regional FHIR Community Workshop’ on 13-15 January 2020 at the Asian Development Bank Headquarters. Fifty delegates…
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SIL-Asia trains interns from NTUNHS on setting-up a health interoperability lab

METRO MANILA, Philippines – The Standards and Interoperability Lab – Asia (SIL-Asia) trained four graduate interns from the Department of Information Management, National Taipei University of Nursing and Health Sciences (NTUNHS) from 15 July to 15 August 2019. The one-month internship is part of the international knowledge exchange program between the Asia eHealth Information Network…
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