Wednesday Oct 03, 2012

Oracle OpenWorld Healthcare Integration Session Highlights Challenges & Solutions

In today’s session co-presented by Steve Schenks, Integration Architect from Ascension Health and Oracle’s Sundar Shenbagam and Suresh Sharma (apparently your initials must be SS to present during this session), interesting insights in many different areas including Steve’s descriptions of the challenges with their previous environment:

Disparate hardware and software is an issue common across healthcare and most other industries…Larry Ellison spoke on this topic during Sundays’ keynote address. 

In the last part of session, Suresh is planning to go over some of the best practices and lesson learned to implement successful healthcare applications and will discuss the different options to model Sequencing (FIF0) use cases (one of most common use cases in the provider market).
The session was “Implementing Successful Healthcare Applications with Oracle SOA Suite” – Session # CON8546. For more information about this session, please contact Senior Principal Product Manager Suresh Sharma

Ref : https://blogs.oracle.com/SOA/entry/oracle_openworld_healthcare_integration_session


Wednesday Aug 29, 2012

Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration Dashboard

Oracle SOA Suite Healthcare came up with a new way of monitoring where user can configure a dashboard and follow the dynamic runtime changes.

Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration dashboards display information about the current health of the endpoints in a healthcare integration application. You can create and configure multiple dashboards as needed to monitor the status and volume metrics for the endpoints you have defined. The Dashboards reflects changes that occur in the runtime repository, such as purging runtime instance data, new messages processed, and new error messages. You can display data for various time periods, and you can manually refresh the data in real time or set the dashboard to automatically refresh at set intervals.

Dashboard shows the following information:

  • Status: The current status of the endpoint, such as Running, Idle, Disabled, or Errors.
  • Messages Sent: The number of messages sent by the endpoint in the specified time period.
  • Messages Received: The number of messages received by the endpoint in the specified time period.
  • Errors: The number of messages with errors for the endpoint in the given time period.
  • Last Sent: The date and time the last message was sent from the endpoint.
  • Last Received: The date and time the last message was received from the endpoint.
  • Last Error: The date and time of the last error for the endpoint.

 It also shows the detailed view of a specific Endpoint

  • The document type.
  • The number of messages received per second.
  • The total number of message processed in the specified time period.
  • The average size of each message.

Monday Aug 13, 2012

Connect using Oracle SOA Suite Healthcare Adapter

Oracle SOA Suite has a Healthcare Adapter which allows you to add healthcare integration binding components to a SOA composite application to create an end-to-end process, such as sending admissions information generated by a registration application to a laboratory system. The HealthCare Adapter establishes the type of documents transmitted between a SOA composite application and external healthcare applications. You can use other SOA Suite components in your composite application, including BPEL processes, Oracle Mediator components, a variety of adapters, and so on. The Oracle Healthcare Adapter is available in Oracle JDeveloper SOA Suite Components. The wizard lets you create and configure healthcare integration binding components in a SOA composite application:
■ The component is used as a service (inbound) to receive messages from external systems and deliver them to SOA composite applications. Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration is the entry point to the SOA composite application.
■ The component is used as a reference (outbound) to send messages from the SOA composite application to external applications.

Thursday Jun 21, 2012

SOA Suite HealthCare Integration Architecture

Oracle SOA Suite for HealthCare integration is an integrated, best-of-breed suite that helps HealthCare organizations rapidly design and assemble, deploy and manage, highly agile and adaptable business applications.
It  will help healthcare industry to  reduce operating costs and speeds time-to-market by delivering a consistent user interface, management console and monitoring environment, as well as healthcare libraries and templates for healthcare customer projects.
Oracle SOA Suite for healthcare integration is fully configurable and extensible, providing a highly flexible platform for collaboration across all healthcare domains.
Healthcare message standards support:
    Messaging standards - HL7, HIPAA, Custom , X12N
    Exchange standards - MLLP (v1.0, v2.0), TCP/IP, File, FTP, SFTP, JMS

Simplified dashboards and customized reports helps users to advanced monitoring capabilities that support end-to-end healthcare message tracking.
A toolkit for rapid HIPAA 5010 upgrade and compliance provides pre-defined healthcare integration mapping for HIPAA standards that is fully customizable and extensible.
MLLP-HA helps easily failover and disaster recovery which makes system running on the long time without any issue.
Audit keeps track of all the system changes. Alert and notification (SMS,Email etc) helps user to take the fast action and gives tracking on the real-time.

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