Summary

The Continua Design Guidelines (CDG) defines a framework of underlying standards and criteria required to ensure the interoperability of devices and data used for personal connected health. It also contains design guidelines (DGs) that further clarify the underlying standards or specifications by reducing options or by adding a missing feature to improve interoperability. These guidelines focus on the following interfaces:

Personal health devices (PHD) interface Interface between a personal health device (PHD) and a personal health gateway (PHG).

Services interface Interface between a personal health gateway (PHG) and the health and fitness service (HFS).

Healthcare information system (HIS) interface Interface between the health and fitness service (HFS) and the healthcare information system (HIS).

Recommendation ITU-T H.810 is part of the "ITU-T H.810 interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems" subseries and covers the following areas:

ITU-T H.810 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: System overview

ITU-T H.811 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Personal health devices interface design guidelines

ITU-T H.812 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface design guidelines

ITU-T H.812.1 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Observation upload capability

ITU-T H.812.2 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Questionnaires capability

ITU-T H.812.3 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Capability exchange capability

ITU-T H.812.4 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Services interface: Authenticated persistent session capability

ITU-T H.813 Interoperability design guidelines for personal connected health systems: Healthcare information system interface design guidelines