OASIS Cross-Enterprise Security and Privacy Authorization (XSPA) TC
Enabling the interoperable exchange of healthcare privacy policies, consent directives, and authorizations
Table of Contents
- TC Liaisons
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- Expository Work Produced by the Committee
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Additional Information
The XSPA Technical Committee has regrouped and expanded its focus to develop data segmentation and healthcare security classification profiles in harmony with HL7 and IHE. The TC has elected new leadership and is starting a new round of activities. New members are welcome.
Participation in the XSPA TC is open to all interested parties. Organizations that support healthcare providers, healthcare regulators, hospitals, pharmacies, patients and anyone with an interest in defining how security and privacy controls should be used in the exchange and access of healthcare information are invited to join. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The OASIS XSPA TC works to standardize the way healthcare providers, hospitals, pharmacies, and insurance companies exchange privacy policies, consent directives, and authorizations within and between healthcare organizations. The OASIS Cross-Enterprise Security and Privacy Authorization (XSPA) Technical Committee will specify healthcare profiles of existing OASIS standards to support reliable, auditable methods of confirming personal identity, official authorization status, and role attributes. This work aligns with security specifications being developed within the U.S. Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel (HITSP).
No subcommittees have been formed for this TC.
No TC Liaisons have been announced for this TC.
Although not produced by the OASIS XSPA TC, the following information offers useful insights into its work:
Cross-Enterprise Security and Privacy Authorization (XSPA) Profile
Cover Pages 17 October 2008
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