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Hi Heath, Thomas,
My experience is that HL7 v3 is an open standard and OpenEHR is proprietary
(as owned by the OpenEHR foundation holding the copyrights, albeit I
understand that work is underway to sort that out).
Correction: HL7 is open, although requires a small fee for use;
openEHR is an open and free specification. Neither are proprietary;
proprietary essentially means 'not openly published and usable'.
That does not apply to either HL7 or openEHR.