The RCPA Standardised Pathology Informatics in Australia (SPIA) Guidelines and associated information models and terminology reference sets were officially endorsed by the RCPA Board of Directors as policy in January 2017. Please see the table below for the most recent version for each document. For previous versions, click here.
The PITUS 18-20 Project in collaboration with the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) and The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has transformed the 2017 published RCPA SPIA terminology reference sets into FHIRR Resources, facilitating SPIA implementation and ongoing maintenance. FHIRR is a healthcare interoperability standard used to describe data formats and elements published by Health Level 7 (HL7).
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