We are having our OpenHIE Architecture call this
Monday, September 14th at 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time.
** PLEASE NOTE: There is a new code to access the conference call – 35104627. **
The dial-in number is unchanged…800-220-9875. The wiki page has been updated to reflect the updated information.
- ARB Evaluation Step of MHD profile - Ryan C to provide overview and status
What is MHD?
How does it Impact other workflows?
Is IHE testing necessry?
Will software be ready for testing at IHE in January?
Will it be ready for inclusion in the next OpenHIE realease?
What’s the process for incorporating it into an upcoming release of OpenHIE?
- Update on IHE Testing Expectations
Registration closes Oct 9th
We currently believe that the following testing is needed to support the 1.5 and 2.0 releases that are being outlined in the
- XDS.b with the on-demand document option. (SHR)
- mACM (Message Aggregator)
- ADX (HMIS)
Other possibilities that have been mentioned:
- PDQm (CRs)
- PIXm (CRs)
- MDH (SHR?)
- re-testing profiles tested last year
What resources are needed to support IHE testing needs for 1.5 and 2.0?
Michelle Cox| ** GHI Program Assistant**
Center for Biomedical Informatics
410 W. 10th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-274-9324 | Fax: 317-274-9305
Skype ID: miclcox
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