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OLIS HL7 FHIR® Implementation Guide Consumer Query - Overview

The Ontario Laboratories Information System (OLIS) gives authorized health care providers access to lab test orders and results from hospitals, community labs and public health labs. As patients move between hospitals, family physicians, home care and long-term care settings, OLIS makes viewing patients’ current and past test results easier and enables treatment decisions to be made at the point-of-care.

Authorized users across the province can access lab results from OLIS through their clinical viewer (ClinicalConnect™ or ConnectingOntario ClinicalViewer), or their EMR system.

Scope

This FHIR – also known as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources – specification for OLIS Consumer Query is designed for consumer application use and supports view-only laboratory data. It ensures all information technology systems that retrieve lab data from OLIS can exchange and understand the content through standard HL7 FHIR messages and terminologies.

The OLIS HL7 FHIR Consumer Query iGuide is a web-based specification hosted on the Canadian FHIR Registry powered by SIMPLIFIER.NET*. The reader will be re-directed to the implementation guide’s home page on Canadian FHIR Registry website after registering and clicking the “Agree and Download” button.

OLIS HL7 FHIR Consumer Query Implementation Guide comment sheet

 

Status

This implementation guide is for trial use and will go through a formal governance committee review and approval process.

FHIR is an evolving trial-for-use standard, so additional changes by HL7 are expected. We will continue to monitor developments and assess any potential impacts, and publish updates as they emerge.

*SIMPLIFIER.NET is a web-based FHIR registry built by Firely that serves as the hosting platform for the Canadian FHIR Registry sponsored by Canada Health Infoway

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