OpenESB in the news: NHIN

There has been a lot of news coverage about Sun's participation in Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN). For example in eWeek: "At the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference in Chicago April 6, Sun announced that a host of its open-source software is being used by the federal government for the gateway that will connect the 26 member agencies of the NIHN to the network’s infrastructure."

The adoption of OpenESB by NHIN is a great success story for OpenESB: not only is OpenESB a key piece of infrastructure in the project, it also shows the power of open source development. For the past months, developers working on the NHIN project worked together with and in the OpenESB community to build their solution using OpenESB. NHIN provided valuable feedback that's currently being incorporated into the upcoming v2.1 release.


This is so great!

Now all the places where I've introduced OpenESB can feel good now!

A good time to finish that HL7 v3 engine; One of the things I'm going to do with OpenESB is to support translation research. The research is to get human genomics data into actual bedside care.

This NHIN news is so important for all OpenESB evangelists!

But, really worried about the IBM thing...

Posted by George de la Torre on April 10, 2009 at 03:47 AM PDT #

thanks good job :)

Posted by hakan urgan on April 12, 2009 at 10:22 AM PDT #

really great thanks

Posted by haber on April 15, 2009 at 08:34 PM PDT #

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