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Subject: FW: [members] Re: Invitation to comment on Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) v2.0 - ends August 31st
In reviewing the 2.0 version of the EDXL Hospital Availability Exchange (HAVE), I noticed that the similarity of their use cases to litigant portals. At the end of the day, they are matching the immediate needs of a user (patient, party) with the services and real-time capacities of service providers. While the list of facilities and services differ and the matching criterias have different weights (e.g. HAVE probably prioritizes distance), the underlying data models looks very similar (See the Element Reference Model diagram in Section 3.3). At a minimum, I think it deserves a review to consider if we can learn anything from it.
--OASIS members and other interested parties,
We are pleased to announce that the OASIS Emergency Management TC members have recently approved a Committee Specification Draft (CSD) and submitted it for a 15-day public review:
Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 2.0Committee Specification Draft 03 / Public Review Draft 0314 August 2018
EDXL-HAVE (HAVE) is an XML messaging standard primarily for exchange of information related to health facilities in the context of emergency management. HAVE supports sharing information about facility services, bed counts, operations, capacities, and resource needs so first responders, emergency managers, coordinating organizations, hospitals, care facilities, and the health community can provide each other with a coherent view of the health system. The Emergency Management TC approved this draft on 14 August 2018.
Public Review Period:
The public review starts 17 August 2018 at 00:00 UTC and ends 31 August 2018 at 23:59 UTC.
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