AID 20140504 Agenda
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This is the AID user group agenda for the WGM held in May 2014.
Sunday Q3/Q4 (joint with FHIR)
- This is a FHIR-themed AID session, with the intent to allow FHIR connectathon participants as well as other FHIR implementers to share their implementation based practices.
- Administrative (max 5 minutes)
- Supporting FHIR dcuments and REST using BizTalk 2013 (Howard Edidin, US) (max 30 minutes)
- They have developed solution using Microsoft BizTalk 2013 to demonstrate the use of the REST Adapter to connect to a FHIR Server. XML Messages (Inidvidual Resources and FHIR documents) will be routed to and from both SharePoint and / or Azure Services.
- We aim to demonstrate the use of BizTalk 2013 both as a FHIR Server and consumer. The solution uses Azure BizTalk Services in order to provide a Server public interface, and Office 365 as a client. The complete solution supports the FHIR security specs.
- Development aspects of a Windows Phone App (Brian Postlethwaite, AU)
- His talk will focus on implementation aspects - see video for a prior (non technical) presentation by Brian.
- A web-based FHIR profile editor (David Hay, NZ)
- David has created a basic web-based profile editor, not as elaborate as Forge, but sufficient for most basic use cases.
- Administrative agenda items
- Using Graph based databases for FHIR persistence (David Hay, AU)
- David has studied the concept of using a Graph Database system to support the persistence of FHIR resources. He has a small mock up databse and will speak to the advantages/disadvantages of this approach.
- Other presentations
- FHIR/SOA Discovery Day, see 
- FYI, not a joint session with AID
Tuesday Q6 (Tooling to host)
Wednesday Q4 (Joint with tooling, AID host)
- Administrative (5 minutes)
- Topics joint with the tooling WG
- A DECOR based c# code generator (Justin Fyfe, Mohawk College, CA)
- ART-DECOR is a toolkit designed to express constraints on v3/CDA models, it is compliant with the new Template standard as defined by HL7 International. Justin has been working on a c# toolkit based on the contents of DECOR. He'll provide a status update as well as some examples.
- Other presentations