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  • ATS 5822-2010

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    E-health secure message delivery

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    Superseded date:  24-08-2022

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    Published date:  01-01-2010

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Defines a set of roles and their associated interfaces and behaviour. The intent of these interfaces and behaviour is to support the transmission of electronic messages between software systems at two distinct organizations.

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    This Technical Specification defines a set of roles and their associated interfaces and behaviour. The intent of these interfaces and behaviour is to support the transmission of electronic messages between software systems at two distinct organizations. The specification has a number of key constraints, notably:(a) The specification is intended for transmission of messages from a sender to an identified receiver. The specification is not intended to provide repository capability or to deliver messages to an unknown, to-be-nominated recipient.(b) The specification does not constrain the message payload, defining only the control and routing information necessary to transmit the message in a safe and secure manner.(c) The specification does not attempt to capture the business processes or business services of the parties, defining only the externally visible behaviour necessary to implement interconnected messaging.While it is expected that the Secure Message Delivery mechanism will have many applications, these constraints should be considered when determining if this specification is suitable for a particular purpose.

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    Committee IT-014
    Document Type Technical Specification
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Superseded
    Superseded By
    Under Revision

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    First published as ATS 5822-2010. First published as ATS 5822 2010.

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ATS 5821-2010 E-health XML secured payload profiles
    ATS 5820-2010 E-health web services profiles
    TR 5823-2010 Endpoint location service

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ATS 4888.6-2013 Electronic transfer of prescriptions Platform implementation specific web service
    SA HB 137-2013 E-health Interoperability Framework
    ATS 4888.2-2013 Electronic transfer of prescriptions Platform independent (logical) services model to support electronic transfer of prescriptions
    HB 262-2012 Guidelines for messaging between diagnostics providers and health service providers
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