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Last week, I attended FHIR North: a one-day event hosted by Mohawk College for getting to learn about and try out the HL7 FHIR healthcare interoperability standard. For those new to “connectathons,” they are intended to prove that an open consensus built interoperability specification is complete, and that implementations written to that standard can connect. Read More..

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We’ve used an internal instance of the TL7 server to process almost 55,000 HL7 requests. Some of those requests were basic “hey, let’s make sure this works” ad-hoc requests, but …

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The other day, we had an amusing little situation. I don’t want to embarrass any of the people involved, but it’s such an interesting situation I wanted to blog about …

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This is probably my favourite new feature in the latest drop of TL7. Select a message, and see how the message changes between versions. We haven’t yet added all versions …

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A few weeks ago, we installed an upgrade to the TL7 site, and I’ve been meaning to make a blog entry about the topic for a while. Usually when I …

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Message element definitions tend to use the following prefixes: Prefix Meaning Health & Clinical Management Domains PO Subsection: Operations POLB Domain: Laboratory POOO Domain: Orders and Observations PORX Domain: Pharmacy …