Joint Initiative Council for Global Health Informatics Standardization


The Joint Initiative Council for Global Health Informatics Standardization (JIC) is formed to further the important role of health informatics standards to:

» Enable interoperability of information and processes across health domains;

» Support the timely, efficient delivery of safe, coordinated, accountable, high-quality health services to individuals, communities and populations;

» Facilitate effective global markets for health information systems.

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February 2021 - JIC Open Forum

Transcending national boundaries and organizations, the Joint Initiative Council’s standards development organizations work collaboratively to provide global, coordinated—not competitive—standards that address real-world healthcare issues. In its recently released white paper, the JIC explores the desired future of a digital health ecosystem where high-quality data is available to the right people, at the right place and at the right time for high-quality decisions and care.

Click here to register to the Europe & Asia-Pacific time-friendly open Forum

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2021 – A letter from the chair

As 2021 just started, it is an opportunity to share with you the Joint Initiative Council’s progress and achievements during these unprecedented times and detail our key priorities for the near future.

Setting the Stage for the Future

Since 2007, the Joint Initiative Council (JIC) has been committed to transforming the global healthcare system into one that is digital. The goal is precise, targeting the real-time exchange of information...

 

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