Emergency Management

Project/Committee

Emergency Management Adoption

Supporting widespread implementation of EDXL standards including CAP through education and market awareness

Completed:  The Technical Committee was closed by OASIS TC Administration on 08 December 2020 and is no longer active. Maintenance of TC deliverables has been transferred to the Emergency Management TC.

Archives of this TC’s work remain publicly accessible and are linked from this page. OASIS appreciates the efforts of all those who participated in this TC.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 2.0

An XML messaging standard primarily for exchange of information related to health facilities in the context of emergency management. HAVE supports sharing information about facility services, bed counts, operations, capacities, and resource needs so first responders, emergency managers, coordinating organizations, hospitals, care facilities, and the health community can provide each other with a coherent view of the health system.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

March 2019

Voting History

Cite as:

Cite as:
[EDXL-HAVE-v2.0] Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 2.0.
Edited by Darrell O’Donnell, Brian Wilkins, Rex Brooks, and Scott M. Robertson. 18 March 2019.
OASIS Committee Specification 02. HL7 Informative Document.
https://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-have/v2.0/cs02/edxl-have-v2.0-cs02.html.
Latest version: https://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-have/v2.0/edxl-have-v2.0.html.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 2.0

An XML messaging standard primarily for exchange of information related to health facilities in the context of emergency management. HAVE supports sharing information about facility services, bed counts, operations, capacities, and resource needs so first responders, emergency managers, coordinating organizations, hospitals, care facilities, and the health community can provide each other with a coherent view of the health system.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

December 2018

Voting History

Cite as:

Cite as:
[EDXL-HAVE-v2.0] Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Hospital AVailability Exchange (HAVE) Version 2.0.
Edited by Darrell O’Donnell, Brian Wilkins, Rex Brooks, and Scott M. Robertson. 13 December 2018.
OASIS Committee Specification 01. HL7 Informative Document.
https://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-have/v2.0/cs01/edxl-have-v2.0-cs01.html.
Latest version: https://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-have/v2.0/edxl-have-v2.0.html.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP) Version 1.1

An XML messaging standard primarily for exchange of emergency patient and tracking information from the point of patient encounter through definitive care admission or field release. TEP supports patient tracking across the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) care continuum, as well as hospital evacuations and patient transfers, providing real-time information to responders, Emergency Management, coordinating organizations and care facilities in the chain of care and transport.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

September 2018

Voting History

Cite as:

Cite as:
[EDXL-TEP-v1.1] Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP) Version 1.1. Edited by Werner Joerg and Patti Iles Aymond. 21 September 2018. OASIS Committee Specification 02. http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-tep/v1.1/cs02/edxl-tep-v1.1-cs02.html. Latest version: http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-tep/v1.1/edxl-tep-v1.1.html.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language Situation Reporting (EDXL-SitRep) Version 1.0

Describes a set of standard reports and elements that can be used for data sharing among emergency information systems, and that provide incident information for situation awareness on which incident command can base decisions.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

October 2016

Voting History

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Cite as:
[EDXL-SitRep]
Emergency Data Exchange Language Situation Reporting (EDXL-SitRep) Version 1.0. Edited by Rex Brooks, Timothy Grapes, Werner Joerg, and Jeff Waters. 06 October 2016. OASIS Committee Specification 02. http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-sitrep/v1.0/cs02/edxl-sitrep-v1.0-cs02.html. Latest version: http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-sitrep/v1.0/edxl-sitrep-v1.0.html.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP) Version 1.1

An XML messaging standard primarily for exchange of emergency patient and tracking information from the point of patient encounter through definitive care admission or field release. TEP supports patient tracking across the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) care continuum, as well as hospital evacuations and patient transfers, providing real-time information to responders, Emergency Management, coordinating organizations and care facilities in the chain of care and transport.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

January 2016

Voting History

Cite as:

Cite as:
[EDXL-TEP-v1.1] Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP) Version 1.1. Edited by Werner Joerg and Patti Lles Aymond. 20 January 2016. OASIS Committee Specification 01. http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-tep/v1.1/cs01/edxl-tep-v1.1-cs01.html. Latest version: http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-tep/v1.1/edxl-tep-v1.1.html.

Standard

Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Distribution Element Version 2.0

Describes a standard message distribution format for data sharing among emergency information systems. The DE 2.0 serves two important purposes:

(1) The DE 2.0 allows an organization to wrap separate but related pieces of emergency information, including any of the EDXL message types, into a single “package” for easier and more useful distribution;

(2) The DE 2.0 allows an organization to “address” the package to organizations or individuals with specified roles, located in specified locations or those interested in specified keywords.

This version of the DE expands the ability to use local community-defined terms, uses a profile of the Geographic Markup Language (GML) , follows best practices for naming conventions, provides the capability to link content objects, supports extensions, and is reorganized for increased flexibility and reuse of common types. The DE 2.0 packages and addresses emergency information for effective distribution with improved standardization and ability to be tailored for user needs.

Produced by:

OASIS Emergency Management TC

Voting history:

September 2013

Voting History

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Cite as:
[EDXL-DE-v2.0] Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL) Distribution Element Version 2.0. Edited by Jeff Waters. 19 September 2013. OASIS Committee Specification 02. http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-de/v2.0/cs02/edxl-de-v2.0-cs02.html. Latest version: http://docs.oasis-open.org/emergency/edxl-de/v2.0/edxl-de-v2.0.html.

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