HL7 STANDARD REPORTS

"Level Seven" refers to the seventh level of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) seven-layer communications model for Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) - the application level. It refers to a set of international standards for transfer of clinical and administrative data between software applications used by various healthcare providers. The Core of Ziffytech is based on HL7 Technology. On the basis of this internationally recognized Health Standard, we want to achieve our mission: A world in which everyone can securely access and use the right health data when and where they need it.


Why HL7?

Electronic Medical Records

HL7 data standards use a common language that can be implemented on a variety of digital systems so that interconnectivity and interoperability is possible. The sheer complexity of the way data is processed and stored within the report makes information secure yet easily accessible to the right person whenever they need it.

It contains messages for almost every healthcare application area including
  • ● Registration
  • ● Orders
  • ● Results and Observations
  • ● Queries
  • ● Finances
  • ● Master files and indexes
  • ● Document Control
  • ● Scheduling and logistics
  • ● Personnel Administration
  • ● Patient care planning
  • ● Network synchronization
  • ● Laboratory automation

WIth the increasing amount of data pertaining to your patients, it would be impossible to efficiently store, analyze and retrieve them using the log book method or any other conventional tool. No matter how vigilant you are, human errors can lead to mistakes in data storage which can lead to the wrong diagnosis, tarnishing your reputation as a medical expert in return. Not to mention the messaging protocols that varies between hospitals and healthcare providers. HL7 format brings a single framework for exchange, integration, sharing and retrieval of electronic health information. This means medical experts can save time and energy taken to write down specifications of data every time it is sent between two systems by the use of a common language that is recognized between a variety of systems. This means that medical results can be effectively communicated with patients at a faster pace and patients are able to retrieve the information from the system faster. It also means that communication between hospitals, clinics, labs and other healthcare facilities is made more efficient resulting in more time to respond to emergencies and focus on other core objectives.