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KUALA LUMPUR, March 8 (Bernama) -- Olympic Healthcare Interoperability (OHI) Initiative, a digital health industry initiative and OHI Foundation have been formed to achieve the goal of integrating advanced digital health information sharing into health services provided before, during, and after the Olympic Games.
The initiative with charter sponsorship from not-for-profit organisations, HIMSS and SNOMED International is to advance the seamless exchange and use of health information globally through the Olympic Games.
Starting with the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo, OHI's goal is to ?showcase the possible' and 'implement the real' through the communication of digital health information, for the benefit of the thousands of athletes, trainers and staff, volunteers and attendees.
With each edition of the Games, a digital health legacy will be crafted to establish a comprehensive, world-wide infrastructure supportive of appropriate access to relevant clinical information, anywhere and anytime.
OHI will connect pre-Games, person-specific healthcare information with information generated at the Games by Olympic and Host City healthcare service providers, which will flow back around the world with each individual once the Games conclude.....