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Liberating diabetes data through standards and interoperability

Blood Glucose Meter

Device standards to communicate readings of blood glucose concentrations.

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Continuous Glucose Monitor

Device standards to communicate series of estimated blood glucose concentrations.

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Insulin Delivery Device

Device standards to communicate the delivery of insulin.

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Services

Standards exchanging healthcare information electronically.

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IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

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IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

*All links above are to external websites and will open in a new window.

Bluetooth

Wireless technology standard for exchanging data over Bluetooth radio.


IEEE

Transport agnostic standard that supports information exchange of health data to and from personal devices.

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HL7 FHIR ™

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) defines a set of data format and elements in simple XML or JSON structures for data representation and exchange.

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News

September 19, 2016

Learn the latest about FHIR at Dev Days 2016

Are you a developer, architect or product manager who is interested in FHIR? Do you want to test and develop your implementation side by side with others? Then check out FHIR DevDays!

August 08, 2016

New Standards Website!

Our new Centre website focusing on our standards work is finally ready to go! Check it out here!

February 16, 2016

The internet of (medical) things

On the latest episode of CBC’s Spark with Nora Young, Dr. Joe Cafazzo dissects the burgeoning field of connected health and “the internet of (medical) things.”

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