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AS 2828.2:2019

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Health records Digitized health records
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English

Published date

07-24-2019

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This Standard specifies the requirements for digitization (scanning) of paper health records. It provides technical specifications, data capture and implementation principles as well as quality control measures.In addition, it provides guidelines on best practice for safe storage, security, conformance and reproducibility of digitized health records.

This Standard specifies the requirements for digitization (scanning) of paper health records. It provides technical specifications, data capture and implementation principles as well as quality control measures.
In addition, it provides guidelines on best practice for safe storage, security, conformance and reproducibility of digitized health records.
This Standard is also intended to cover requirements for processes and systems for digitization of health record documents that may be accessed within the context of an electronic health record (EHR).
This Standard excludes any aspects of clinical information systems and electronic health records that are not primarily related to information in the form of scanned documents and captured images.

Committee
HE-025
DocumentType
Standard
ISBN
978 1 76072 536 5
Pages
30
PublisherName
Standards Australia
Status
Current
Supersedes

First published as AS 2828.2(Int)-2012.
This edition AS 2828.2:2019. First published as AS 2828.2(Int)-2012. This edition AS 2828.2:2019.

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