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  • Blog Post: Designing HealthVault’s Data Model

    It’s been about a month now since we released HealthVault and we heard a lot of great feedback from the industry. Pretty much everyone in Health has an opinion on HealthVault :-) I also saw some interesting debate regarding how HealthVault addresses the big elephant in the room: compliance with...
  • Blog Post: Using Office Open XML in Health

    We have just published a whitepaper on the use of Office Open XML in Health at the address below: Using Office Open XML Formats to Support Electronic Health Records Portability and Health Industry Standards Abstract: Empowering patients and consumers to exchange Electronic Health Records securely is...
  • Blog Post: MS-HUG TechForum - IHE XDS.b Reference Implementation

    We had a fairly well attended session and the objective of providing an overview of the Health Connection Engine (HCE) and IHE XDS.b reference implementations was achieved, although with the time we had I could not get into a lot of detail. We have talked about the HCE in the past so I'll try to focus...
  • Blog Post: If You Read Only One Security Federation Paper This Year...

    ...let it be this one: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb498017.aspx The whitepaper was co-authored by Microsoft and IBM and I participated in the review of the healthcare scenario. [UPDATE: The post looked a little bit dry after reading it again, so I added some more context] The healthcare...
  • Blog Post: HL7 Submits Its Standards to ISO

    HL7 Has submitted a batch of standards for ISO approval: A set of data standards developed by HL7, a health IT standards accreditation organization in the United States, is being jointly published with an international data standards group. Seven additional standards have also been submitted for consideration...
  • Blog Post: Advancing Cyber Security with .NET

    This is some great work on federated security in healthcare done by several researchers at the University of Virginia, dept. of Computer Science (full disclosure: Microsoft funded some of the papers). The "Papers and Presentations" section has a lot great articles, tutorial and demos on the topic...
  • Blog Post: More on HL7 Software Factories

    This is taken from the GotDotNet Workspace and provides more insight on what is included in the project: Over the last few years, as an active member of Health Level Seven ( HL7 ) standardization organization, Microsoft significantly contributed to specifying how Web Services may be used as an...
  • Blog Post: HL7 Software Factories

    Everybody trying to implement a solution that uses HL7 Version 3 standards faces a pretty steep learning curve. This is not specific to HL7, but to any industry standard and can be extended to include company guidelines for software development as well. In a world where solutions are required yesterday...
  • Blog Post: HL7 Plenary and Working Group Meeting

    I just got back from the HL7 meeting in San Diego . Even if not as exciting as the PDC with announcements on Windows Vista , Office 12 , Sparkle , LINQ and many others, it was still a good meeting. I attended primarily the meetings of the Control/Query Technical Committee (now renamed Infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: Smorgasbord of BizTalk Resources for HL7 Messaging

    This is a collection of articles, downloads and resources for using BizTalk Server with HL7 Version 2 and Version 3: HL7 Version 2.x BizTalk Accelerator for HL7 Deployment Guide This document provides detailed procedures for deploying network, hardware, and software requirements to support...
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