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ITU-T H.810 (11/2015)

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Interoperability design guidelines for personal health systems
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:
– TAN-IF – Interface between touch area network (TAN) health devices and application hosting devices (AHDs)
– PAN-IF – Interface between personal area network (PAN) health devices and AHDs
– LAN-IF – Interface between local area network (LAN) health devices and AHDs
– WAN-IF – Interface between AHDs and wide area network (WAN)
HRN-IF – Interface between WAN health devices and health record network (HRN).
Citation: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/1000/12651
Approval date: 2015-11-29
Provisional name:H.IDGPHS
Approval process:AAP
Status: Superseded
Maintenance responsibility: ITU-T Study Group 16
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4 H.810 (V4) (11/2017) In force
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3 H.810 (07/2016) Superseded
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2 H.810 (11/2015) Superseded
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1 H.810 (12/2013) Superseded
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1.0 H.810 (2013) Erratum 1 (02/2014) Superseded - - here