FHIR® – Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources – is a next generation standards framework created by HL7. You find here an Implementation Registry for Switzerland. This registry is maintained by the HL7 Switzerland.
Implementation Guide for the meta data specified in the framework of Annex 3 and Annex 9 of the FDHA Ordinance on the electronic patient record in Switzerland. This implemenation guide is based on the CH-EPR ART-DECOR project which has been published by eHealth Suisse.
The profile CH ATC defines the audit trail consumption requirements for the EPR in Switzerland which a community has to provide for a patients audit trail. See eHealth Suisse for more information about the Electronic Patient Record in Switzerland.
The Order & Referral by Form (CH ORF) Profile describes how forms for eReferrals, requests for information (such as diagnostic imaging results, lab results, discharge reports etc.) can be defined, deployed and used in order to achieve a syntactical and semantically consistent cross enterprise information exchange.
Implementation Guide for the Mobile access to Health Documents (epr-mhealth) Profile for the Swiss EPR.
FHIR eMedication exchange formats for Annex 4 corresponding to CDA-CH-EMED.
CHMED20AF is a FHIR based definition for the eMediplan CHMED16A format.
This Implementation Guide provides maps to transform documents from CDA to FHIR and back.
Implementation Guide to specifies the exchange format for cancer registration. In order to achieve data completeness on a national level, institutions involved in diagnosing or treating cancer are required to report cases of cancer to a cancer registry.
Implementation Guide for the Emergency Medical Service Protocol (eCH-0207) from IVR and HL7 Switzerland.
Implementation Guide in development for Swiss-wide reporting of COVID-19 symptoms.
This Implementation Guides describes the bundle that can be used to transfer patient information to MedNet, providing an optimized pre-filling of all forms.
Core profile for Hôpital du Valais / Spital Wallis that is an extension of CH Core to meet our interface needs. See Implementation Guide for more details.