||Self-titled "The Home of HL7". As with most 'official' HL7 sites, the meat of the
site lies within its Members areas. Dry and rather academic, the public areas
seem to dwell more on organizational minutiae than the HL7 Standard. Still,
there is some useful introductory stuff, but nothing that isn't available
elsewhere. HL7 Membership (Individual) from this site is US$400-450.
||HL7 United Kingdom
||The official United Kingdom HL7 site seems to be cast from the
same die as the US one above. HL7 Membership (individual) from this
site is £110.
||The Official Australian Hl7 Site. A smaller public face, more
'open' than many other sites. Provides links to HL7 Tools and Applications
and a good introductory section to the HL7 standard. Well worth
a visit. HL7 Membership (individual) from this site is cheap at
AU$55 though you will have to pay extra to download the Standards
||The Official Canadian HL7 Site. Another useful site with plenty
of well-organised information. As usual HL7 Membership is required
and (individual) membership costs from this site is Can$200.
||Given that most of this site's content is in Finnish, it ranks surprisingly high
on Google. Perhaps it's because the home page contains a link to
Dilbert of the Day (and now,
so do we).
||HL7 New Zealand
||Our Local HL7 organization here in New Zealand. Stephen Chu, the
co-chair of the NZHUG (New Zealand HL7 User Group) is a pleasant
and knowledgeable chap and is very active in the HL7 community in
NZ . Individual membership is NZ$80.