Quick question about FRED specification document

Good day everyone,

Sorry for posting on a weekend, but I was really hoping for some very quick pointers to important documents, as I prepare for some meetings on Monday.

I’ve been a member of the group albeit silently - but have followed some of the discussions. I must say I’m super appreciative of the extremely useful work that this community has put into advancing the state of facility registry registries. In the coming months, I hope to help colleagues in a couple of Ministries of Health benefit from this wealth of knowledge.

Currently, I’m leading a MEASURE Evaluation activity in Sierra Leone focused on supporting the National HIS Strategy and Architecture.

I will be posting more about this in coming emails, and will be introducing the Ministry team to the community in due time.

My quick question today is simply to check if https://ohie.hingx.org/1319 provides the latest version of the FRED API Specification. Is there ongoing work on a more recent version, or is this considered as very stable?

Many thanks,

Ime

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Ime Asangansi, MD PhD (Informatics)

CEO, ehealth4everyone

Skype: asangansiime Twitter: @imeasangansi Linkedin: http://ng.linkedin.com/in/asangansi

Mobile: +2348180790150 (Nigeria), +23279448648 (Sierra Leone), +441172301500 (UK)

Dear Ime,

I am not sure about the version for the FRED API - I’ll leave it to others to answer.

However, I wanted to point out a few other standards that may be of interest:

Cheers,
-carl

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On Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 7:42:26 AM UTC-4, Ime Asangansi wrote:

Good day everyone,

Sorry for posting on a weekend, but I was really hoping for some very quick pointers to important documents, as I prepare for some meetings on Monday.

I’ve been a member of the group albeit silently - but have followed some of the discussions. I must say I’m super appreciative of the extremely useful work that this community has put into advancing the state of facility registry registries. In the coming months, I hope to help colleagues in a couple of Ministries of Health benefit from this wealth of knowledge.

Currently, I’m leading a MEASURE Evaluation activity in Sierra Leone focused on supporting the National HIS Strategy and Architecture.

I will be posting more about this in coming emails, and will be introducing the Ministry team to the community in due time.

My quick question today is simply to check if https://ohie.hingx.org/1319 provides the latest version of the FRED API Specification. Is there ongoing work on a more recent version, or is this considered as very stable?

Many thanks,

Ime


Ime Asangansi, MD PhD (Informatics)

CEO, ehealth4everyone

Skype: asangansiime Twitter: @imeasangansi Linkedin: http://ng.linkedin.com/in/asangansi

Mobile: +2348180790150 (Nigeria), +23279448648 (Sierra Leone), +441172301500 (UK)

Hi Ime,

Thanks for the question. The full specification can be found here: facilityregistry.org. It has remained unchanged for the last year or so.

We would be happy to discuss in greater depth. Would you want to set up a time to discuss your work? Perhaps on our next facility registry community call?

Best,

Scott

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On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 8:22 AM, Carl Leitner litlfred@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Ime,

I am not sure about the version for the FRED API - I’ll leave it to others to answer.

However, I wanted to point out a few other standards that may be of interest:

Cheers,
-carl

On Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 7:42:26 AM UTC-4, Ime Asangansi wrote:

Good day everyone,

Sorry for posting on a weekend, but I was really hoping for some very quick pointers to important documents, as I prepare for some meetings on Monday.

I’ve been a member of the group albeit silently - but have followed some of the discussions. I must say I’m super appreciative of the extremely useful work that this community has put into advancing the state of facility registry registries. In the coming months, I hope to help colleagues in a couple of Ministries of Health benefit from this wealth of knowledge.

Currently, I’m leading a MEASURE Evaluation activity in Sierra Leone focused on supporting the National HIS Strategy and Architecture.

I will be posting more about this in coming emails, and will be introducing the Ministry team to the community in due time.

My quick question today is simply to check if https://ohie.hingx.org/1319 provides the latest version of the FRED API Specification. Is there ongoing work on a more recent version, or is this considered as very stable?

Many thanks,

Ime


Ime Asangansi, MD PhD (Informatics)

CEO, ehealth4everyone

Skype: asangansiime Twitter: @imeasangansi Linkedin: http://ng.linkedin.com/in/asangansi

Mobile: +2348180790150 (Nigeria), +23279448648 (Sierra Leone), +441172301500 (UK)

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Thanks so much for your replies, Carl and Scott.

Scott, thanks for the info. I really appreciate!

We will definitely be interested in sharing about our work in the next call, esp. if the timing is right.

Carl, thanks a lot for those pointers. Exciting to see these! They are already proving insightful for our work. I’m sure we will have plenty of discussions around this in coming weeks.

Super grateful,

Ime

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Sent: Tuesday, October 27, 2015 3:07 PM
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Subject: Re: Quick question about FRED specification document

Hi Ime,

Thanks for the question. The full specification can be found here: facilityregistry.org. It has remained unchanged for the last year or so.

We would be happy to discuss in greater depth. Would you want to set up a time to discuss your work? Perhaps on our next facility registry community call?

Best,

Scott

On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 8:22 AM, Carl Leitner litlfred@gmail.com wrote:

Dear Ime,

I am not sure about the version for the FRED API - I’ll leave it to others to answer.

However, I wanted to point out a few other standards that may be of interest:

Cheers,
-carl

On Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 7:42:26 AM UTC-4, Ime Asangansi wrote:

Good day everyone,

Sorry for posting on a weekend, but I was really hoping for some very quick pointers to important documents, as I prepare for some meetings on Monday.

I’ve been a member of the group albeit silently - but have followed some of the discussions. I must say I’m super appreciative of the extremely useful work that this community has put into advancing the state of facility registry registries. In the coming months, I hope to help colleagues in a couple of Ministries of Health benefit from this wealth of knowledge.

Currently, I’m leading a MEASURE Evaluation activity in Sierra Leone focused on supporting the National HIS Strategy and Architecture.

I will be posting more about this in coming emails, and will be introducing the Ministry team to the community in due time.

My quick question today is simply to check if https://ohie.hingx.org/1319 provides the latest version of the FRED API Specification. Is there ongoing work on a more recent version, or is this considered as very stable?

Many thanks,

Ime


Ime Asangansi, MD PhD (Informatics)

CEO, ehealth4everyone

Skype: asangansiime Twitter: @imeasangansi Linkedin: http://ng.linkedin.com/in/asangansi

Mobile: +2348180790150 (Nigeria), +23279448648 (Sierra Leone), +441172301500 (UK)


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