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CSC Clinical Suite is based on [[RIMBAA:_Oracle_Healthcare_Transaction_Base|Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base]], HL7, CCOW, J2EE and BPEL.
 
CSC Clinical Suite is based on [[RIMBAA:_Oracle_Healthcare_Transaction_Base|Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base]], HL7, CCOW, J2EE and BPEL.
  
It is a commercial product that provides a platform for building healthcare applications.
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''"Clinical Suite builds on an open modular architecture based on cutting-edge open technological and health professional standards; some of the most important include HL7, CCOW, J2EE and BPEL as well as Oracle’s standard tool, the HTB (Healthcare Transaction Base). The HTB platform ensures that all data is stored as normalised data and in compliance with the HL7 standard in a clinical database. An Enterprise Terminology Engine supports local, national, and international classifications."''
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It is a commercial product that provides a platform for building healthcare applications without programming.
  
 
See [http://www.scandihealth.com/files/Clinical%20Suite/UK%20Clinical%20Suite%20Technical%20Facts.pdf Clinical Suite Technical Facts] for details.
 
See [http://www.scandihealth.com/files/Clinical%20Suite/UK%20Clinical%20Suite%20Technical%20Facts.pdf Clinical Suite Technical Facts] for details.
  
 
== Known Implementations ==
 
== Known Implementations ==

Latest revision as of 07:40, 9 April 2010

Short Description

CSC Clinical Suite is based on Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base, HL7, CCOW, J2EE and BPEL.

"Clinical Suite builds on an open modular architecture based on cutting-edge open technological and health professional standards; some of the most important include HL7, CCOW, J2EE and BPEL as well as Oracle’s standard tool, the HTB (Healthcare Transaction Base). The HTB platform ensures that all data is stored as normalised data and in compliance with the HL7 standard in a clinical database. An Enterprise Terminology Engine supports local, national, and international classifications."

It is a commercial product that provides a platform for building healthcare applications without programming.

See Clinical Suite Technical Facts for details.

Known Implementations