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Having standardized data lists is useful for managing multiple systems. This could be for:
- development, testing and production servers of iHRIS
- district and national iHRIS systems in a decentralized iHRIS installation
- use by other systems that want to know what data lists are being used in iHRIS.
- exchange of data between systems
iHRIS Supports the following standardized lists:
- The ISCO-88 and ISCO-08, or International Standard Classification of Occupations, codes from the International Labor Organization
- ISO 3166 The standardized list of countries from ISO
- ISO 639 The standardized list of languages from ISO
- Sharing Value Sets (SVS) from Integrating the Health Enterprise(IHE) is a general mechanism for sharing standardized lists between systems
- Care Services Discovery (CSD) for the exchange of health worker information, and in particular for supporting a health worker registry.
- Sharing Value Sets (SVS) for standardized lists
- DXF2 (DHIS2 Exchange Format)
- DSML (Directory Services Markup Language)
- how to export standardized cadre data from a central site to be shared among regional and district installations.
- Strategies for Synchronizing iHRIS against a Master Facility List
- Linking iHRIS Facilities and DHIS Organizational Units
- How to Export Standard Data Using SVS (YouTube)
- How to Load an SVS list from a file
- How to Load an SVS from a remote service
- How to Load an iHRIS Database List into DHIS
- How to Export The Number of Healthworkers into DHIS
- Using SDMX-XD the Statistical Data and Meta-Data Exchange Format for the Health Domain
Note: There is an older document describing Data Interoperability, but it is out of date.