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Recently, after a two-month vote by all member countries of the ISO/TC215 Technical Committee on Health Informatics, ISO international standard Health Informatics - General Requirement of Multi-Center Medical Data Collaborative Analysis under the leadership of ZJ Lab has successfully met the project approval conditions and been officially established, which was supported by experts from China, the United States, Japan, South Korea, Iran, Kazakhstan, Nigeria and other countries. This achievement marks that ZJ Lab has fulfilled the zero breakthroughs in taking the lead in formulating ISO international standards.
This standard, jointly promoted by the Research Center for Healthcare Data Science and the Research Center for Intelligent Technology Standardization of ZJ Lab, proposes innovative solutions to the worldwide problem of multi-center medical data sharing and deep utilization. Relevant content has formed the industry standard YD/T 4043-2022 Reference Architecture of Multi-Center Medical Data Collaborative Analysis Platform Based on Artificial Intelligence, which was approved and released by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in April 2022. The successful establishment of the ISO international standard project is a successful practice of ZJ Laboratory to promote the standardization and internationalization of scientific research results based on technical innovation and industry practice innovation, and also a vigorous exploration to contribute Chinese wisdom to the collaborative utilization of global multi-center clinical data.
Recent years have seen explosive data growth in the healthcare field. Massive clinical data has become an important basis for the revolution of medical research and clinical practice. However, such actual conditions as disorganized clinical data, sensitive patient privacy, and complex hospital process lead to many urgent problems in the availability, accessibility, security and other aspects of medical big data. Therefore, standards are needed to unify the common understanding of the industry and promote high-quality development of the healthcare big data industry. In response to major national health demandsstrategies such as the Outline of the Healthy China 2030 Plan, Professor LI Jinsong of the Research Center for Healthcare Data Science of ZJ Lab and his team wereas committed to the research and development of a multi-center intelligent medical information platform and focused on solving the problems of "unable to use", "dare not use" and "can't use" in the cross-institutional and multi-center clinical collaborative utilization, effectively supporting sophisticated medical research and high-quality clinical patient services. At present, the platform has been accessed to a number of large Grade A tertiary hospitals in three capital cities of the Yangtze River Delta, including Hangzhou, Nanjing and Hefei, covering the complete diagnosis and treatment data of more than 30 million clinical patients.
International Organization for Standardization (ISO), founded in 1947, is the world's largest and most authoritative international standardization organization, together with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is recognized as the world's three major international standardization organizations. TC215 is the technical committee dedicated to Health Informatics standards. Its scope is standardization in the field of information for health, and information and communication technology (ICT) for health to achieve compatibility and interoperability between different systems, ensure compatibility of data for comparative statistical purposes (e.g. classifications), and reduce duplication of effort and redundancies.