Name: eHEALTH; Architecture; Analysis of user service models, technologies and applications supporting eHealth
Identifier: ETSI TR 102 764 V1.1.1 (2009-02)
Issuing Organisation: ETSI
Organization website (opens in new window): http://www.etsi.org/
Link to standard (opens in new window): https://www.etsi.org/deliver/etsi_tr/102700_102799/102764/01.01.01_60/tr_102764v010101p.pdf
Availability: Free to Access
Type: Technical Report
Issue Year: 2009
Forward Review Date: Not known
Fields: Digital Health
Intended Audiences: Private Sector Bodies, Professional and Trade Bodies, and Governmental and Public Sector Bodies
This Technical Report describes the eHealth user service models for the identification of interoperable solutions for healthcare data collection, transmission, storage and interchange. The supporting analysis for this work is found in ETSI SR 002 564 (“Applicability of existing ETSI and ETSI/3GPP deliverables to eHealth”). The model identifies the requirements for ubiquity, security, privacy and reliability across the eHealth system and the supporting ICT technologies.
This document may be used in support of the ETSI contribution to mandate M/403 (Mandate of the European Commission Enterprise And Industry Directorate-General: “Mandate to the European Standardisation Organisations CEN, CENELEC and ETSI in the field
of Information and Communication Technologies, applied to the domain of eHealth”).
This document identifies where additional standardization is required in ICT generally and in ETSI in particular
to support eHealth.
The document is intended for the following audience:
– standards developers;
– developers and equipment manufacturers and providers in the eHealth related area;
– developers and providers of eHealth related services.
The document is published as a TR (Technical Report) but in the context of being a guide to future standardization may on occasion provide indications of where future standards are required by using the mandate “shall”. Such mandates are to be considered only in the guidance for future standardization and not as normative
in the scope of the present document.
Relevance to Active and Healthy Ageing: Medium
Older Person Specific: No
Usage / Adoption status: Not known
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