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Welcome to our IOL community

The OpenHIE Interoperability Layer Community (OHIE-IOL) aims to enable easier interoperability between Health Information Systems by providing a forum for discussion and knowledge sharing and by designing and developing an interoperability layer that connects the components within the OHIE. 

 

What is an Interoperability Layer?

An interoperability layer is a system that enables easier interoperability between disparate information systems. In the OpenHIE context these systems are Health Information Systems (HISs) such as a client registry, provider registry, facility registry, shared health record and terminology service.   An interoperability layer receives transactions from client systems, coordinates interaction between components of the HIE and provides common core functions to simplify the interoperability between systems.  

 

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