Standards and Interoperability Lab - Asia

Regional health interoperability lab in Asia powered by the Asia eHealth Information Network (AeHIN) and supported by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
SIL-Asia supports the achievement and measurement of universal health coverage (UHC) through the use of information and communications technology (ICT).

Making healthcare systems standards-based and interoperable is critical in integrating data and information at the level of the patient, the health facility, and the whole health sector.

SIL-Asia believes that this will pave way for evidence-based decision making and thus, grounded health interventions that will contribute to good health and well-being of the citizenry.

SIL-Asia is a health interoperability lab that provides technical and capacity-building support to countries in making their healthcare systems and applications interoperable through foundational digital health frameworks, international standards, and emerging technologies (IHE, FHIR, Blockchain, etc.)

With a dedicated team of interoperability experts and an advanced pool of technologies, SIL-Asia provides a collaborative environment for countries to design, develop, and test interoperable systems and applications in the healthcare sector to promote continuity of care.

SIL-Asia enables a space for both the public and private sectors to reproduce healthcare systems and applications. This serves as the groundwork for countries to evaluate the quality of data exchange and interaction among systems and applications before placing them in real-life settings.

Booth Representative:
Philip Christian Zuniga/Rose Ann Zuniga