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DIN EN ISO 21091:2011-08

DIN EN ISO 21091:2011-08

Health informatics - Directory services for healthcare providers, subjects of care and other entities (ISO/DIS 21091:2011); English version prEN ISO 21091:2011 / Note: Date of issue 2011-08-01

Informatique de santé - Services d'annuaires pour les fournisseurs, médecin traitants et d'autres entités en systèmes de santé publique (ISO/DIS 21091:2011); Version anglaise prEN ISO 21091:2011 / Attention: Date de parution 2011-08-01

Medizinische Informatik - Verzeichnisdienste für Anbieter, zu Behandelnde und andere Entitäten im Gesundheitswesen (ISO/DIS 21091:2011); Englische Fassung prEN ISO 21091:2011 / Achtung: Erscheinungsdatum 2011-08-01

Fecha Anulación:
2013-06 /Withdrawn
Equivalencias internacionales:

ISO/DIS 21091 (2011-07)

prEN ISO 21091 (2011-07)

Relación con otras normas DIN:

Reemplaza a: DIN EN ISO 21091:2009-03

Reemplazada por: DIN EN ISO 21091:2013-06

Resumen:
This standard will define minimal specifications for directory services for health care using the X.500 framework. This standard provides the common directory information and services needed to support the secure exchange of health care information over public networks. This specification addresses the health services directory from a community and Health Information Exchange perspective in anticipation of supporting inter-enterprise, inter-jurisdiction, and international health care communications. Besides technical security measures that are discussed in other ISO standards, communication of health care data requires a reliable accountable ?chain of trust.? In order to maintain this chain of trust within a public key infrastructure, users (relying parties) must be able to obtain current correct certificates and certificate status information through secure directory management. In addition to the support of security services such as access control and confidentiality, the standard shall provide specification for other aspects of communication, such as addresses and protocols of communication entities. This standard also supports directory services aiming to support identification of health professionals and organizations and the patients/consumers. The latter services include aspects sometimes referred to as master patient indices. This standard can be used to enable communications between organizations, devices, sytems, technical actors, and services. The health care services directory will only support standard LDAP Client searches. Specific implementation guidance, search criteria and support are out of scope of this document.
Keywords:
Access, Communication, Computer sciences, Confidentiality, Data processing, Definitions, Directories, EDP, Identification, Information interchange, Information processing, Medical informatics, Medical personnel, Medical sciences, Patients, Personal health, Public health, Safety, Software, Terminology
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