As Mirth Corporation says on their web-site, "Mirth Connect is the Swiss Army knife of healthcare integration engines, specifically designed for HL7 message integration. It provides the necessary tools for developing, testing, deploying, and monitoring interfaces. And because it's open source, you get all of the advantages of a large community of users with commercial quality support."
The focus of this book is to introduce readers to version 3.x of Mirth Connect to the point that they confident enough to start building their own healthcare data exchange interfaces.
This book describes version 3.x of Mirth Connect to the point that reader are confident enough to start building their own healthcare data exchange interfaces using a new HL7 standard called FHIR or Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources.
As you read this book, you will be implementing a number of fictitious FHIR related services working as FHIR Client or FHIR Server.
The focus of this book is to introduce readers to version 3.x of Mirth Connect to the point that they confident enough to start building their own healthcare data exchange interfaces and transforming HL7 messages to CDA/CCD documents.
As you read this book, you will be implementing a fictitious CCD Builder Server. Each connection point (channels and destinations) is explained in a separate chapter, which in turn provides step-by-step instructions on how to create and code data transformation rules for ADT and ORU messages.
Both the HL7 standard and software development methodology exist at a sufficiently high level of abstraction to support multiple interoperability requirements, even when these requirements conflict with each other. Some newbies portray HL7v3 as a "silver-bullet" solution. Unfortunately, neither HL7v3 nor separate components of the standard such as HL7 Reference Information Model (aka RIM) are "solutions". They are just new layers that separate end-user applications from the communication media, not a fundamental change in how data is communicated in existing computing infrastructure.
The focus of this book is to introduce readers to HL7 version 3 to the point that they confident enough to start building their own healthcare data exchange interfaces.
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The book aims to guide you to a series of Victoria locations that contribute to it's photogenic and heritage characters making Victoria one of the major tourism destination s in British Columbia.
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