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NPFC - DI-MISC-80836 - HEALTH CARE NEEDS ASSESSMENT DATA COLLECTION/ANALYSIS PLAN Organization: NPFC
Date: 1989-06-01
DS/CEN ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS – AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING – SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2016-01-05
Description: This Technical Specification outlines the standards needed to identify and label the Subject of Care (SoC) and the Individual Provider on objects such as wrist bands, identification tags or other objects, to enable automatic data capture using data carriers in the care delivery process. It provides for a unique SoC identification that may be used for other purposes, such as recording the identity of the SoC in medical health records.
CEN ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING - SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-12-01
Description: This Technical Specification outlines the standards needed to identify and label the Subject of Care (SoC) and the Individual Provider on objects such as wrist bands, identification tags or other objects, to enable automatic data capture using data carriers in the care delivery process. It provides for a unique SoC identification that may be used for other purposes, such as recording the identity of the SoC in medical health records.
DS/ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS – AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING – SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2014-03-27
Description: ISO/TS 18530:2014 outlines the standards needed to identify and label the Subject of Care (SoC) and the Individual Provider on objects such as wrist bands, identification tags or other objects, to enable automatic data capture using data carriers in the care delivery process. ISO/TS 18530:2014 provides for a unique SoC identification that may be used for other purposes, such as recording the identity of the SoC in medical health records.
DIN CEN ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING - SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION (ISO/TS 18530:2014); ENGLISH VERSION CEN ISO/TS 18530:2015 Organization: DIN
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: This Technical Specification outlines the standards needed to identify and label the Subject of Care (SoC) and the Individual Provider on objects such as wrist bands, identification tags or other objects, to enable automatic data capture using data carriers in the care delivery process. It provides for a unique SoC identification that may be used for other purposes, such as recording the identity of the SoC in medical health records.
BSI - BS PD CEN ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS — AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING — SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION - CORR: MARCH 31, 2016 Organization: BSI
Date: 2014-04-30
BSI - BS PD ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS — AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING — SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION Organization: BSI
Date: 2014-04-30
ISO TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING - SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2014-04-01
SN - CEN ISO/TS 18530:2015 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING - SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION (ISO/TS 18530:2014) Organization: SN
Date: 2015-12-23
NBN - CEN ISO/TS 18530 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION AND DATA CAPTURE MARKING AND LABELLING - SUBJECT OF CARE AND INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER IDENTIFICATION (ISO/TS 18530:2014) Organization: NBN
CSA Z317.10 - HANDLING OF HEALTH CARE WASTE MATERIALS - FOURTH EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Standard applies to health care and veterinary–related waste, and health care–related waste generated in non-traditional health care settings. "Health care and veterinary" refers to a) health care facilities and mobile units; b) veterinary facilities and mobile units; c) blood banks; and d) blood collection centres.
ISO TS 22220 - HEALTH INFORMATICS — IDENTIFICATION OF SUBJECTS OF HEALTH CARE - SECOND EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2011-12-15
Description: It defines demographic and other identifying data elements suited to capturing subject of care identification in health care settings, and the wide variety of manual and computer enhanced procedures used for this process.
CRC - GLASER ON HEALTH CARE IT: - GLASER ON HEALTH CARE IT: PERSPECTIVES FROM THE DECADE THAT DEFINED HEALTH CARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-02-22
Description: Perhaps most notably, from a health care IT standpoint, this era has added two inescapable words to the health care IT lexicon, permanently shifting the industry’s focus from adoption to “meaningful use” of electronic health records (EHRs).
CRC - BIG DATA AND HEALTH ANALY - BIG DATA AND HEALTH ANALYTICS Organization: CRC
Date: 2014-12-20
Description: The concept of big data is therefore not a database or data architecture but is more the solutions that leverage any and all data, wherever they come from. In health care, the concepts of big data are enabled only in organizations that focus on data—capture, management, and usage."
DS/EN ISO 13940 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - SYSTEM OF CONCEPTS TO SUPPORT CONTINUITY OF CARE Organization: DS
Date: 2016-02-03
Description: This International multi-part Standard addresses topics including: - health care actors and other parties; - organisational principles of health care, including co-operation between actors; - health issues, health conditions and their management; - time-related concepts like contacts, encounters, episodes of care and periods of care; - concepts related to process, workflow and activities; - concepts related to decision support, use of clinical knowledge and quality; - concepts related to responsibility and information flows within the clinical process, like health mandates and their notification; - concepts related to health data management.
ANSI INCITS 284 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - IDENTIFICATION CARDS - HEALTH CARE IDENTIFICATION CARDS Organization: ANSI
Date: 2011-10-05
Description: Scope and field of application This American National Standard specifies directly or by reference the requirements for cards used in health care transactions. It takes into consideration both human and machine aspects and states minimum requirements for conformity.
CRC - NEUROPSYCHOLOGY FOR PSYCH - NEUROPSYCHOLOGY FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS, HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS, AND ATTORNEYS - THIRD EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 2007-06-21
Description: Introduction Neuropsychology for Psychologists, Health Care Professionals, and Attorneys, Third Edition, has been written for psychologists, physicians, nurses, rehabilitation specialists, and attorneys who have cases involving individuals with memory disorders, cerebral concussion, cerebral contusions, dementia, mild and severe brain damage, and posttraumatic stress disorder.
BSI - PREN 13940-2 - HEALTH INFORMATICS - SYSTEM OF CONCEPTS TO SUPPORT CONTINUITY OF CARE - PART 2: HEALTH CARE PROCESS AND WORKFLOW Organization: BSI
Date: 2010-10-01
Description: Topics outside the scope This European Standard does not mean to be prescriptive with regard to the performance or not of any health care activities or to the clinical content of the specific processes of health care; neither does it prescribe a specific method or language for process modelling.
CRC - BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PERSONAL - BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PERSONAL CARE Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-03-06
Description: In the coming years, biotechnology is not only poised to make an impact on health care, but is also geared toward offering breakthrough innovations for personal care. Biotechnology has passed the stage of curiosity or early discoveries and is now entering into the ascending portion of the S-curve, suggesting that the time has come for it to fulfill its promise.
CRC - CONNECTED MEDICAL DEVICES - CONNECTED MEDICAL DEVICES: INTEGRATING PATIENT CARE DATA IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS Organization: CRC
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: Connected Medical Devices: Integrating Patient Care Data in Healthcare Systems explores how medical device integration (MDI) supports quality patient care and better clinical outcomes by reducing clinical documentation transcription errors, improving data accuracy and density within clinical records and ensuring the complete capture of medical device information on patients.

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