Difference between revisions of "Application Implementation and Design"

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Revision as of 09:08, 29 November 2013

The Application Implementation and Design working group (formerly known as RIMBAA, part of the FTSD) facilitates the adoption and software implementation of HL7 standards. The focus of the WG lies particularly on the use of Healthcare Standards based processable models (e.g. the version 3 RIM, FHIR and CDA) for application design and the storage of data, and to a lesser degree on the exchange and use of the data.

  • RIMBAA (RIM Based Application Architecture - using the RIM as the basis for the design of applications and/or databases) is one example of the use of HL7 standards for application design.
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Why should you participate?

  • Patrick Loyd, GPI , January 2011: "I'm involved in a lot of HL7 groups, in most of them I'm 'teaching', this is one of the few groups where I actually learn something"
  • Chirag Bhatt, CTO of FEI Systems, October 2010: "Main eye opener for me was that this workgroup demos and the discussions [are] focused on in-depth architecture/design/technology discussions with real-life implementation issues. Usually I wouldn't expect that in a meetings held for healthcare standards. However, after attending a few sessions, I am glad that this workgroup focuses on real-life issues and serves as a torch to implementers who may be lost in the "implementation darkness". I am hoping that I can engage myself more."