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HB 172.2-2006

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Message Usage Model Current Standards

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Hardcopy , PDF 1 User , PDF 3 Users , PDF 5 Users , PDF 9 Users

Withdrawn date

06-06-2019

Language(s)

English

Published date

29-06-2006

Preview

Part 2 of a two-part Handbook, which examines the different messaging Standards available for implementation and provides a guide for choosing which Standard suits which application.

This Handbook provides guidance on a descriptive Message Usage Model (MUM), which: outlines on existing healthcare messaging Standards currently used in Australia; anddescribes proposed usage of messaging Standards for Australian use (i.e. those that already exist on the ‘drawing board’).Whilst this Handbook lists and defines the national messaging requirements between information systems, it also:concentrates on the high priority area of inter-enterprise (and optionally intra-enterprise) information interchange;lists the international Standards that have been developed for the technical interoperability of information systems in this area;outlines the processes that describe how Australian messaging requirements are considered in international health informatics projects; andhas been developed in such a manner that it may be expanded at a later date. It is important to note that the MUM is not targeted at solving issues of data integrity, communication, overall security, and others inherent when investigating intra-enterprise data exchange. Some of these wider complementary issues are discussed in HB 172.1.It is equally important to note that it is not within this document’s scope to address wider complementary issues such as:Accreditation and certification issues, namely:current industry perspectives;incentives and disincentives;options for national accreditation and certification models (e.g. for evaluating health informatics Standards conformance); and international accreditation and certification issues (including interaction with international agencies) etc.The need for an analysis statement as to the likely impact of any related high-level policy statement on the healthcare sector in Australia, particularly software vendors and on national government projects.

Committee
IT-014
DocumentType
Handbook
ISBN
0 7337 7528 4
Pages
37
ProductNote
Withdrawn 06-06-2019.
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Withdrawn
Supersedes

First published as HB 172.2-2006.

AS 5023.2-2003 Health Supply Chain Messaging Datasets
AS 4700.5-2002 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 - Immunization Messages
AS/NZS 4700.3:1999 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3 Electronic messages for exchange of information on drug prescription
AS 5023.1-2003 Health Supply Chain Messaging Messaging rules and process logic
AS ISO 9735.1-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Syntax rules common to all parts
AS ISO 9735.8-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Associated data in EDI
HB 174-2003 Information security management - Implementation guide for the health sector
AS ISO 9735.9-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Security key and certificate management message - message type - KEYMAN
AS 4700.6-2004 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 Referral and discharge summary
HB 172.1-2006 Message Usage Model History and conceptual framework
AS ISO 9735.2-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Syntax rules specific to batch EDI
AS 5023.5-2005 Health supply chain messaging Messaging rules and process logic - Turnover order, turnover order status, rebate claim, rebate claim response
HB 262-2002 Pathology electronic messaging - Guidelines for pathology messaging between pathology providers and health service providers - Implementation guide
AS ISO/IEC 11179.1-2005 Information technology - Metadata registries (MDR) Framework
AS ISO 9735.10-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Syntax service directories
AS 4700.1-2005 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.4 Patient administration
AS 4705-2003 Guide to implementation of an electronic medical claim message for simplified billing in Australia
AS ISO 9735.3-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Syntax rules specific to interactive EDI
AS 4937-2002 Electronic messages for exchange of claim and related information
AS ISO 9735.5-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Security rules for batch EDI - authenticity, integrity and non-repudiation of origin
AS ISO 9735.7-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Security rules for batch EDI - confidentiality
AS 5023.4-2004 Health Supply Chain Messaging Dataset content - Secondary transactions (Reconfirmed 2014)
AS ISO 9735.6-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Secure authentication and acknowledgement message - message type - AUTACK
AS 5023.6-2005 Health supply chain messaging Dataset content - Turnover order status, rebate claim, rebate claim response
AS 4700.7-2005 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 Diagnostic imaging orders and results
AS 4700.2-2004 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 Pathology orders and results
AS ISO 9735.4-2003 Electronic data interchange for administration, commerce and transport (EDIFACT) - Application level syntax rules (Syntax version number: 4, Syntax release number: 1) Syntax and service report message for batch EDI - message type - CONTRL
AS 4700.1-2001 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 Patient administration
AS 4700.5-2005 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.4 Immunization messages
AS 5023.3-2004 Health Supply Chain Messaging Messaging rules and process logic - Secondary transactions (Reconfirmed 2014)
AS 4700.3-2005 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.4 Electronic messages for exchange of information on drug prescription
AS ISO/IEC 17025-2005 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories (Reconfirmed 2016)
AS/NZS 4700.3:2002 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.3.1 Electronic messages for exchange of information on drug prescription
AS 4700.6-2006 Implementation of Health Level Seven (HL7) Version 2.4 - Referral, discharge and health record messaging

HB 172.1-2006 Message Usage Model History and conceptual framework

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