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Author Edidin, Howard, author.

Title HL7 for BizTalk / Howard Edidin, Vikas Bhardwaj.

Publication Info. [Berkeley, CA] : Apress, [2014]
©2014

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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 182 pages) : illustrations
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Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed November 28, 2017).
Includes index.
Summary This is a detailed guide to the planning and delivery of a Health Level Seven (HL7)-compliant system using the dedicated Microsoft BizTalk for HL7 Accelerator. The HL7 Primary Standard, its various versions, and the use of the HL7 Accelerator for BizTalk are fully explained. The book provides clear guidance on the specific healthcare scenarios that HL7 is designed to overcome and provides working case study models of how HL7 solutions can be implemented in BizTalk, deployed in practice and monitored during operation. Special emphasis is given to the BizTalk reporting functionality and its use to provide HL7 oversight within organizations. It is suitable for use with BizTalk versions from 2006 R2 to 2013 R2 to suit the reader's organization. -- Edited summary from book.
Contents Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 BizTalk and HL7 -- What Is HL7? -- What Does HL7 Mean? -- Introduction to HL7 Standards -- Seven Referenced Categories -- HL7 Versions -- Key Benefits of Version 2.x -- HL7 Version 2.x Message Structure -- Segment -- Moving Forward -- Summary -- ch. 2 HL7 Message Encoding -- HL7 Message -- Message Encoding Types -- Delimiter-based Encoding -- XML Encoding -- Summary -- ch. 3 Understanding the HL7 Accelerator -- Introduction -- Architecture -- Development Environment -- Runtime Environment -- Utilities -- Summary -- ch. 4 HL7 Accelerator in Action -- Message Exchange -- Message Processing -- Original Mode -- Message Processing -- Enhanced Mode -- Simple Message Routing -- Building the Solution -- Configurations -- Test the Scenario -- Key Observations -- Turning Off Message Body Validation -- Build the Solution -- Configuration -- Test the Scenario -- Key Observations -- Accept Messages with Customized Fields -- Z Segment -- Standard Segment Field Customization -- Build the Solution -- Configuration -- Test the Scenario -- Key Observations -- Customized Acknowledgment Behavior -- Build the Solution -- Configurations -- Test the Scenario -- Key Observations -- Message Transformation -- Build the Solution -- Configurations -- Test the scenario -- Key Observations -- Send an HL7 Message via a MLLP Adapter -- Build the Solution -- Configuration -- Test the Scenario -- Key Observations -- Batching -- Build the Solution -- Configurations -- Summary -- ch. 5 HL7 Advanced Topics -- Mapping Version 2.x to the HL7 CDA -- Steps -- Common Message Types -- MDM -- Medical Document Management -- Some Message Segments Are Common to Both -- HL7 V2 Segments to CDA Elements -- Data Types -- HL7 Version 2 to Version 3 Data Type Mappings -- Meaningful Use Certification for Immunizations -- Design -- Development -- Processing -- CreatelmmunlzationHL7XMLMsg -- Testing -- Using HL7V.2.5.1 Queries -- Query by Parameter Message Types -- Summary -- ch. 6 Future Directions -- FHIR® in BizTalk -- What is FHIR® -- Why Is FHIR Better? -- What Problems Does FHIR Solve? -- What Does This Mean for BizTalk? -- Summary -- ch. 7 Best Practices for HL7 with BizTalk -- Managing HL7 Message Schemas -- Deploying MSH and ACK Message Schemas to Their Own BizTalk Application -- Using One HL7 Message Standard Version -- Using Minimum Required Message Trigger Event Schemas -- Changing Namespace for Customized Message Schemas -- Dynamic Data Validation -- Resolving Message Structure Validation Issues -- Using a Database to Maintain Dynamic Data -- Using Business Rules Engine (BRE) for Message Content Validation -- Managing Trading Partners (Parties) -- Group Trading Partners -- Message Exchange Patterns -- Fire-And-Forget Pattern -- Request-Response Pattern -- Example -- Ordered Delivery -- Using Order Delivery on Receive Location -- Using the Send Port with Ordered Delivery -- Using the Ticket Dispenser and Gate-Keeper Orchestration Pattern -- Optimization for Performance -- Using MSMQ for Message Delivery -- Using BizTalk Receive Host Throttling -- Isolating MLLP Hosts -- Using Messaging Scenario -- Monitoring -- Summary -- Appendix 1 HL7 Definitions -- Appendix 2 HL7 Basic Message Construction Rules -- Encoding Rules for Sending Messages -- Encoding Rules for Receiving -- Appendix 3 HL7 Version 2.x Data Types -- Data Structure -- Definition -- Data Structure AD -- Rules Applied to Components -- Appendix 4 HL7 Version 2.6 -- HL7 Version 2.6 -- Differences Between Version 2.6 and 2.5.1 -- Data Type Changes -- Segments -- Mood Code -- New Message Types -- Two New Chapters -- Queries -- Summary.
Subject Microsoft BizTalk server.
Microsoft BizTalk.
Microsoft BizTalk. (OCoLC)fst01393386
Microsoft BizTalk server. (OCoLC)fst01396838
Medical records -- Data processing.
COMPUTERS -- Data Processing.
Medical records -- Data processing. (OCoLC)fst01014552
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Bhardwaj, Vikas, author.
Other Form: Printed edition: 9781430267645
ISBN 9781430267638 (electronic bk.)
1430267631 (electronic bk.)
9781430267645
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