Healthcare Informatics

Enabling safe, high-quality health care delivery, IEEE Health Informatics/Medical Devices Communication Standards provide the interconnection and interoperation of medical devices with computerized healthcare information systems in a way that is suitable for a clinical environment.

This family of standards provides real-time plug-and-play interoperability and facilitates the efficient exchange of vital signs and medical device data acquired at the point-of-care.

Grouped into three categories, these standards support:

  • Semantic interoperability, which focuses on terminologies, data models, and data sets for specific device modalities, such as, ventilators, patient vital signs monitors, and infusion pumps,
  • Application interoperability, which identifies a set of general services that can be used by all systems to discover, configure, and exchange data across a connection, and
  • Lower layer transport technologies.

Table of Contents:

Includes 31 active IEEE standards in the Health Informatics/Medical Device Communication family:

  • 11073-00101-2008 Health informatics–PoC medical device communication Part 00101: Guide — Guidelines for the use of RF wireless technology
  • 11073-00103-2012 Health informatics – Personal health device communication Part 00103: Overview
  • 11073-10101-2004 Health informatics — Point-of-care medical device communication — Part 10101: Nomenclature
  • 11073-10101a-2015 Health informatics–Point-of-care medical device communication –Part 10101: Nomenclature Amendment 1: Additional Definitions
  • 11073-10102-2012 Health informatics Point-of-care medical device communication Part 10102: Nomenclature Annotated ECG
  • 11073-10103-2012 Health informatics–Point-of-care medical device communication Part 10103: Nomenclature–Implantable device, cardiac
  • 11073-10201-2004 Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication – Domain information model
  • 11073-10404-2010 Health informatics — Personal health device communication — Part 10404: Device specialization — Pulse oximeter
  • 11073-10406-2011 Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10406: Device specialization–Basic electrocardiograph (ECG) (1- to 3-lead ECG)
  • 11073-10407-2008 Health Informatics – Personal Health Device Communication – Device Specialization – Blood Pressure Monitor
  • 11073-10408-2010 ISO/IEEE Health Informatics Personal health device communication Part 10408: Device specialization Thermometer
  • 11073-10415-2010 ISO/IEEE Health informatics–Personal health device communication–Part 10415: Device specialization–Weighing scale
  • 11073-10417-2015 IEEE Health informatics — Personal health device communication Part 10417: Device Specialization — Glucose Meter
  • 11073-10418-2011 Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10418: Device specialization–International Normalized Ratio (INR) monitor
  • 11073-10418-2011/Cor 1 -2015 IEEE Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10418: Device specialization–International Normalized Ratio (INR) monitor – Corrigendum 1
  • 11073-10419-2015 IEEE Health informatics- Personal health device communication- Part 10419: Device Specialization- Insulin Pump
  • 11073-10420-2010 IEEE Health informatics — Personal health device communication Part 10420: Device specialization — Body composition analyzer
  • 11073-10421-2010 Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10421: Device specialization–Peak expiratory flow monitor (peak flow)
  • 11073-10422-2016 Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10422: Device Specialization–Urine Analyzer
  • 11073-10424-2014 Health informatics–Personal health device communication – Part 10424: Device Specialization–Sleep Apnoea Breathing Therapy Equipment (SABTE)
  • 11073-10425-2014 Health informatics–Personal health device communication – Part 10425: Device Specialization–Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM)
  • 11073-10441-2013 Health Informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10441: Device specialization–Cardiovascular fitness and activity monitor
  • 11073-10442-2008 Health informatics – Personal health device communication Part 10442: Device specialization – Strength fitness equipment
  • 11073-10471-2008 Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 10471: Device specialization–Independent living activity hub
  • 11073-10472-2010 Health informatics–Personal health device communication–Part 10472: Device specialization–Medication monitor
  • 11073-20601-2014 IEEE Health informatics–Personal health device communication – Part 20601: Application profile- Optimized Exchange Protocol
  • 11073-20601-2014/Cor-1-2015 IEEE Health informatics–Personal health device communication Part 20601: Application profile–Optimized Exchange Protocol – Corrigendum 1
  • 11073-30200-2004 (R2010) ISO/IEEE Standard for Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication – Transport profile – Cable connected
  • 11073-30200a-2011 Health informatics–Point-of-care medical device communication Part 30200: Transport profile–Cable connected Amendment 1
  • 11073-30300-2004 Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication – Transport profile – Infrared
  • 11073-30400-2010 IEEE Health informatics–Point-of-care medical device communication Part 30400: Interface profile–Cabled Ethernet

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