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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...
4 Nov 2007
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...
23 Oct 2007
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...
21 Aug 2007
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...
29 May 2007
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...
19 Sep 2006
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...
1 May 2006
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...
15 Nov 2005
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...
3 Nov 2005
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...
16 Sep 2005
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...
8 Sep 2005
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