Digital Service Infrastructure

Infrastructure which enable networked services to be delivered electronically, typically over the internet, providing trans-European interoperable services of common interest for citizens, businesses and/or public authorities, and which are composed of core service platforms and generic services

Source: Regulation (EU) No 283/2014…

IoP Dimension: Structural IoP, Behavioral IoP
The Digital Infrastructure Service ABB  is salient for technical interoperability because it a central element through which interoperability is ensured and by definition, as intended in the EIRA, Digital Service Infrastructure provide trans-European interoperable services.

The following implementation is an example on how this specific Architecture Building Block (ABB) can be instantiated as a Solution Building Block (SBB):
CEF Digital Service Infrastructure for eHealth
eHealth refers to tools and services using information and communication technologies (ICTs) that can improve prevention, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring and management. So far the Digital Service Infrastructure for eHealth is planned to support several services:
- Cross-border patient summary service
- ePrescriptions and eDispensations
In the future, two other services, the European Reference Networks and Interoperable Patient registries might be deployed.

- ID: Internal key used to identify an architecture building block
- dct:type: The type of the architecture building block
- dct:publisher: The name of the individual or organisation that is documenting the current building block
- dct:modified: The date that the information documented for this building block was last modified
- eira:status: The development or realisation status of this building block
- eira:reusability: Whether or not this building block could be reused as part of another solution
- eira:actual_reuse: Specifies if the solution is currently being reused
- dct:references: The specific building block type this refers to
- eira:view