The HL7 Tools and EDI Resources DirectoryThis is the most complete collection of HL7 Tools, HL7 EDI Software and HL7 Resources on the internet. It is intended to help developers, implementers and users of HL7 and related Standards choose their implementation tools.
|7Edit - HL7 Simulator, Editor, Viewer and Validator (7edit - Kiev, UA)|
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|Rhapsody Integration Engine - Complete interoperability among health systems. HL7, Web Services and more (Orion Health - NZ & USA)|
|HL7 Spy - The Ultimate HL7 Integrator's Test and Analysis Tool with custom code support (IHS - Victoria, Canada)|
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Health Level 7 is the internationally most widely implemented health ICT interoperability standard. From the first V2.1 systems implementations in 1990, the HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) to the most recent HL7 FHIR courses, HL7 is the basis of eHealth interoperability world-wide. There are extensive HL7 V2 training and certification courses, an international workforce of HL7 Experts and HL7 Implementers and as well as a plentiful HL7 Job market.
HL7 Books we Recommend:
Download the HL7 Standards - CDA, V2.x, V3, Arden Syntax & EHR Functional Model
NEW: Meaningful Use and Beyond: A Guide for IT Staff in Health Care - Are you ready to take your IT skills to the healthcare industry? This concise book explains how the US healthcare system is implementing Electronic Health Records ("EHRs") and other IT systems to comply with the US government’s Meaningful Use requirements. A tremendous opportunity for tens of thousands of IT professionals, the Meaningful Use program requires a complete makeover of archaic paper records systems, cumbersome workflows and other outdated practices. This book describes in detail how hospitals and doctors’ offices differ from other organizations that use IT and explains how to bridge the gap between clinicians and IT staff.
Electronic Health Records For Dummies - a helpful, plain-English guide for doctors, nurses and healthcare administrators to understand, implement and use an Electronic Health Record system.
Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management - the Best Selling textbook in the field. Mark Leavitt, MD, PhD, CCHIT Chairman said "With health care information technology now in the national policy spotlight, this book should be required reading for every health care administrator and student.
The HL7 CDA Book - by eminent expert Keith Boone provides clear and easy-to-use CDA implementation guidance with numerous examples. The reader will learn not only how to implement the CDA standard, but also to understand its idioms and to "speak" the CDA language.
Introduction to HL7 V2.x Messaging (2nd Edition) - the most popular HL7 V2.x Messaging introductory Textbook. Mike Henderson is widely recognized as a most experienced HL7 V2.x teacher and trainer. He regularly teaches at the HL7 Education Summits in the US and co-authors the HL7 V2.x Analyst Certification exams.
HL7 V2.x Messaging Study Guide - the Study Guide to the above Textbook. Both books are considered mandatory reading and study for candidates sitting the HL7 International V2.x Analyst Certification exam.
Verification Results for IT Standards: HL7 - a text focussing on the formal verification of standards in healthcare.
Principles of Health Interoperability HL7 and SNOMED - Healthcare depends on the two leading standards HL7 and SNOMED CT for functional and semantic interoperability. Tim is one of the most experienced teachers of both HL7 V3 and SNOMED CT.
International Standards Online: ISO, ANSI, IEC, IEEE, CSA, BSI, DIN, etc. - easily and instantly download these popular eHealth Standards!
Managing Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Executives - the title says it all!
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HL7 V2.x Tools and Resources
7Edit - HL7 Simulator, Editor, Viewer and Validator (7Edit - Kiev, UA)
HL7 Spy - HL7 Integration Test and Analysis Tool (IHS - Victoria, Canada)
ActiveX Control version of HL7IMEXA (HL7 International)
"ARGUS" Message Processing Service (ArgusConnect - Ballarat, Australia)
AS 4700.2 V2 to CDA Generator (Health Intersections P/L - Melbourne, Australia)
Australian Diagnostic Testing eMessage Validator (Healthbase - Trinity Gardens, Australia)
Australian Healthcare Messaging Laboratory (AHML - Ballarat, Australia)
Bhavna Orgun's HL7 and Agent based architecture for health information Systems (Macquarie University - Sydney, Australia)
Chameleon HL7 Messaging Toolkit (Interfaceware - Canada)
Compatibility Guide for HL7 V2.x Versions (HL7S&S - Sydney, Australia)
eHealth Education Pty Ltd (eHe - Melbourne, Australia)
HL7Kit Pro - Instant HL7 Integration Engine (RZ Software Services - Tel Aviv, Israel)
HL7 V2.x Implementation Workshops and Courses incl. V2.x Analyst Certification (eHT - Asia-Pacific)
"HL7 Lint" V2.x Message Checker (Medical Objects - Australia)
HL7 Messaging WorkBench (HL7 & VA, USA)
QuickView HL7 (Les Ferguson - Waitakere, New Zealand)
HL7 CDA Tools and Resources
AS4700.2 Pathology Messages V2 to CDA Generator (Health Intersections - Melbourne, Australia)
CDA Guideline Validator (NIST - USA)
CDA Trifolia Workbench (Lantana Group - USA)
Corepoint Integration Engine (Corepoint - Plano, USA)
Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) Browser (Healthbase - Trinity Gardens, Australia)
APELON Vocabulary Server now Open Source (HL7 International)
CCOW Info Page (global)
CCOW HL7 Standard Resources Page (HL7 Australia)
"Connecting for Health" (Markle Foundation - USA)
Imaging Tools and Resources
Duke University's HL7 Implementation Examples 1995-2000 (Duke University - Durham, USA)
EasyHL7 Application Development Toolbox (Hermetech - New Zealand
e-Biz Impact - a proven hospital integration solution (Sybase - USA)
eHealth Directory (Europe)
Enhanced C++ Code Modules (Washington Univ. - St. Louis, USA)
eTX HEMI Healthcare Messaging and Integration Engine (Brentwood, USA)
Medi7 In/Outbound Connectors and Parser Toolkit (Eversolve LLC - Windham NH, USA)
Fast any-to-any Data Transformation (Xenos - Richmond Hill, Canada)
Gunther Schadow's HL7 Resources incl ProtoGen - many historical HL7 "Treasures"! (Indiana University - Indianapolis, USA)
HAPI Port for Microsoft .NET (Canada)
Health Care & Informatics Review Online (Health Informatics New Zealand)
HL7 COMM - HL7 Communications Client (Mike Litherland - Cleveland, USA)
Health Level Seven On-Line Store (HL7 International)
Health Level Seven Tooling Projects (HL7 International)
HL7 International Wiki (HL7 International))
HL7 Wiki (WikiSpaces)
"HL7Connect" the fully-featured Australian Interface Engine (Kestral - Melbourne, Australia)
HL7 Consultants Network (global)
HL7IMEXA in Microsoft Visual C++ and Centura SqlWindows (Giessen University - Giessen, Germany)
HL7IMEXA Toolkit (Washington University - USA)
HL7 to XML Converter (Germany)
HL7 V2.x to XML Parser (Regenstrief Institute - Indianapolis, USA)
HL7 V3 Java SIG code (Regenstrief Institute - Indianapolis, USA)
Iguana HL7 Interface Engine (Interfaceware - Canada)
IEC eHealth Standards on-line (ANSI - use coupon "CC2012" for a 5% discount)
IHE HL7/DICOM Packages (Open Three Consortium)
ISO eHealth Standards on-line (ANSI - use coupon "CC2012" for a 5% discount)
iWay Intelligent Adapter for HL7 (New York, USA)
jEngine Open Source Enterprise Integration Engine in Java (Intalgent & Shasta NetWorks - USA)
Light HL7 Java Tools Library (Mike Litherland - Cleveland, USA)
LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes) (Regenstrief Institute - Indianapolis, USA)
LOINC Search (Regenstrief Institute - Indianapolis, USA)
Medical Objects HL7 Framework (Medical Objects - Australia)
Microsoft BizTalk Server 2006 R2 upgrade with RFID support (Microsoft - Redmond, USA)
MirthConnect - The Open Source Multi-Platform HL7 Interface Integration Engine (MirthCorp - Irvine, USA)
HL7 Message Maker - open source tool to generate HL7 messages (National Institute of Standards and Technology - USA)
Orion complete Suite of HL7 Tools (Orion - Auckland, New Zealand)
ParserIO Barcode Parsing Tools (Davide Usai - Paris, France)
Perl HL7 Toolkit (SorceForge)
Eclipse-based tools for semantic mapping and data transformation of HL7 V2 and V3 (Robert Worden - USA)
RIM-based tools for software development (RIMBAA - International)
Ready-to-Run C++ Code Modules (Univ. of Columbia - USA)
Russell McDonell's XML Tools/Toys for V2.x (Russell McDonell - Melbourne, Australia)
RZDCX - Fast Strike DICOM Toolkit (RZ Software Services - Tel Aviv, Israel)
Sparx Interprise Architect - The feature-rich UML Modelling Tool (Sparx - Creswick, Australia)
Standards Australia e-Health Web Site (Standards Australia - Sydney, Australia)
Synergy HL7 - Create Staff Notifications from HL7 Message Feeds (1Call - Madison WI, USA)
Textbooks on HL7 (Amazon)
TextPipe Pro (DataMystic - Melbourne, Australia)
Transmed Interface Engine (Canada)
Vergence SDK for the HL7 CCOW Standards (Sentillion - USA)
HL7 to XML Converters (PSC - USA)
XRef XML Creation Tool (Stott Integration Solutions - Arizona, USA)
XMLSpy for HL7 (USA)
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HL7 NewsHealth Level Seven Announces New Board Members, Fellows and Volunteer of the Year Awards
Wednesday, 21st September 2016
Health Level Seven® (HL7®) International, the global authority on interoperability of health information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced election results for its Board of Directors at the 30th Annual Plenary and Working Group Meeting in Baltimore, MD. The 2016 HL7 Fellows and the 2016 recipients of the W. Edward Hammond, PhD, Volunteer of the Year Awards were also recognized at the event.
HL7 and OASIS Announce Joint Publication of Implementation Guide to Advance Emergency and Disaster Response
Tuesday, 20th September 2016
Ann Arbor, MI, USA and Burlington, MA, USA – September 20, 2016 – Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) and OASIS, as a result of their cooperation agreement, today announced that they have published a joint implementation guide to bridge the electronic gap between emergency response and hospital communities, improving emergency patient coordination and ER readiness. The guide, HL7 Version 2.7.1 Implementation Guide: Message Transformations with OASIS Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP), Release 1 is expected to improve accuracy and timeliness of data exchange between the emergency response community and hospitals, and between care facilities in everyday and disaster situations. It will also eliminate the need to re-enter or duplicate patient information for incoming emergency patients.
HL7 Announces C-CDA® Rendering Tool Challenge Winners
Monday, 12th September 2016
Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced the winners of the HL7 Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA®) Rendering Tool Challenge. The first place winner of the HL7 C-CDA Rendering Tool Challenge is Bryn Lewis, PhD, a principal software development consultant at Intelsoft in Melbourne, Australia.
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