ISO is the world’s largest developer of international standards. Working as a global federation, ISO brings together public and private sectors in more than 160 countries to create consensus standards. To date, nearly 20,000 ISO standards have been published representing the work of more than 250 ISO Technical Committees and thousands of subject matter experts providing standard-based solutions and meaningful benefits for global development. Established in 1998, ISO Technical Committee 215, Health Informatics (ISO/TC215) has 60 member countries and liaisons representing millions of healthcare stakeholders worldwide. The ISO/TC215 mission is standardisation in the field of health informatics to facilitate the capture, interchange, and use of health-related data, information, and knowledge to support and enable all aspects of the health system.