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WHO eHealth Initiatives & WHA Resolution Impacts on AeHIN

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Transcript of WHO eHealth Initiatives & WHA Resolution Impacts on AeHIN

How do WHO eHealth Initiatives and the 2013 World Health Assembly eHealth Resolution Impact AeHIN?
2013 WHA eHealth Resolution
Turning Point: Better WHO Technical Support
Knowledge Learning and Sharing, Convening
National Strategies and Action Plans
eHealth Readiness, Legal Frameworks, Policy
Operationalizing WHO eHealth normative role, convening power, and technical support to Member States aligned with the AeHIN 2012-2017 Implementation Plan
Commission on Information & Accountability for Women's and Children's Health

Commission on Life-Saving Commodities for Women's and Children's Health
Global &
Regional Initiatives
Support integration of ehealth and health data standards and interoperability in their national eHealth strategies
Promote full implementation of ehealth and health data standards in all eHealth initiatives
Evaluate ICT in health interventions, including a database of measurable impacts and outcome indicators
Utilize of the network of WHO collaborating centres for health and medical informatics and eHealth
Collaborate with relevant international standardization agencies, harmonization of eHealth standards
Recommendation 3 on eHealth and innovation:

By 2015, all countries in the Global Strategy for Women's and Children's Health have integrated the use of Information and Communication Technologies in their national health information systems and health infrastructure.
ICT for Improving Information and Accountability
July 2013
ITU report
Mark Landry
WHO Western Pacific Regional Office
Asia eHealth Information Network General Meeting
23-24 September 2013

Improving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through CRVS Strengthening
for NCDs
WHO-ITU guide to: mWellness, mDiabetes, mCessation, mScreening, mTrac, mSurveillance, mIllicit, mSmokefree
Partnership for
Global Observatory for eHealth
Global eHealth surveys (2005, 2009, 2013)
Country eHealth profiles
Monitoring eHealth trends, gaps, and priorities
WHO-ITU eHealth Strategy Toolkit
By 2015 more than 20 countries in Asia and the Pacific have a national eHealth Strategy
Recommendations 6, 7 & 9 include eHealth and innovation
How do we proceed?
Handbook on eHealth Data Standardization and Interoperability (December 2013)
Inter-Ministerial Policy Dialogue on eHealth Standardization and Interoperability (January 2014)
Content Preview
Enterprise Architectural Approach
National Standards and Interoperability Framework (NSIF)
Health Information Exchanges (HIE)
Monitoring and Evaluation
Architectural Approach
adequate planning = expected results
Adoption of Standards Stacks or Interoperability Profiles
Health Level 7 v3
ISO 13606 / OpenEHR
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise
IHE Profiles
Public Health Impacts
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