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New Health Informatics Standards for the 4th Quarter 2014

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on IT Applications in Health Care Technology are now available:


  • BS EN ISO 22600-1, 2014 Edition, Health informatics. Privilege management and access control. Overview and policy management
  • BS EN ISO 22600-2, 2014 Edition, Health informatics. Privilege management and access control. Formal models
  • BS EN ISO 22600-3, 2014 Edition, Health informatics. Privilege management and access control. Implementations
  • ISO 12300, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Principles of mapping between terminological systems
  • ISO 13131, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Telehealth services – Quality planning guidelines
  • ISO 14639-2, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Capacity-based eHealth architecture roadmap – Part 2: Architectural components and maturity model
  • ISO 17090-4, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Public key infrastructure – Part 4: Digital Signatures for healthcare documents
  • ISO 17439, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Development of terms and definitions for health informatics glossaries
  • ISO 19231, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Survey of mHealth projects in low and middle income countries (LMIC)
  • ISO 21731, 2nd Edition, Health informatics – HL7 version 3 – Reference information model – Release 4
  • ISO 22600-1, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Privilege management and access control – Part 1: Overview and policy management
  • ISO 22600-2, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Privilege management and access control – Part 2: Formal models
  • ISO 22600-3, 1st Edition, Health informatics – Privilege management and access control – Part 3: Implementations
  • ISO 80001-2-6, 1st Edition, Application of risk management for IT-networks incorporating medical devices – Part 2-6: Application guidance – Guidance for responsibility agreements



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