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About HL7 Pakistan

HL7 Pakistan is an approved affiliate organization to Health LevelSeven International (HL7). Founded in October 2010, HL7 Pakistan is an open, not-for-profit organization which supports communication and correspondence nationally on HL7 related issues. Being a membership based voluntary organization HL7 Pakistan membership is open to interested parties like vendors, providers, pharmaceutical and payers from Pakistani healthcare community. HL7 Pakistan abides by HL7 International affiliate agreement and provides a platform to discuss national adaptation and implementation guidelines of the standard to meet the need of local market. HL7 Pakistan also supports e-health reform in Pakistan via effective use of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) with HL7 standards and is envisioned to promote applied research, advocating e-health culture in the country. From the platform of HL7 Pakistan we offer:

HL7 Pakistan Vision

To promote and facilitate the development of interoperable health information systems through the use of HL7.

HL7 Pakistan Mission

  • To bring better healthcare in the country in terms of automation of healthcare systems, assist timely availability of required healthcare data locally and globally and to improve overall patient care.
  • To advance the acceptance and usage of HL7 standards in the Pakistani region.
  • To participate in the internationalization of HL7 healthcare data exchange standards in ways that fulfills the requirements of healthcare organizations, health professionals and patients in Pakistan.
  • To educate the healthcare community in Pakistan about HL7 Standards.
  • To improve the efficiency and quality of healthcare process in Pakistan by development of cooperation within and among all health related organizations.

About HL7 International

Founded in 1987, Health Level Seven International (HL7) is a not-for-profit, ANSI-accredited standards developing organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive framework and related standards for the exchange, integration, sharing, and retrieval of electronic health information that supports clinical practice and the management, delivery and evaluation of health services. HL7's 2,300+ members include approximately 500 corporate members who represent more than 90% of the information systems vendors serving healthcare. Learn more about HL7 Standards and HL7 International.

HL7 Pakistan Peoples and Organization

Experienced people with diverse backgrounds and some top healthcare organizations of Pakistan are associated with HL7 Pakistan. See the list of peoples and organizations involved with HL7 Pakistan.

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