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IHE is an initiative by healthcare professionals and industry to improve the way computer systems in healthcare share information. IHE promotes the coordinated use of established standards such as DICOM and HL7 to address specific clinical needs in support of optimal patient care. Systems developed in accordance with IHE communicate with one another better, are easier to implement, and enable care providers to use information more effectively. Physicians, medical specialists, nurses, administrators and other care providers envision a day when vital information can be passed seamlessly from system to system within and across departments and made readily available at the point of care. IHE is designed to make their vision a reality by improving the state of systems integration and removing barriers to optimal patient care.
As planned in our information page : http://gazelle.ihe.net/content/ihe-europe-2013-connectathon we have 2 webinars next weeks.
We are very pleased to announce the release of the new Product Registry. This new version brings more stability and more functionalities to the application to the 245 organizations that are using it and that have declared more than 570 Integration Statement
The purpose of this blog entry is simply to gather in a single location some IHE relevant links.
IHE Services flyer is published : http://ihe-europe.net/sites/default/files/IHE-Services%20Flyer_Final_0.pdf
Results of the Eyecare connectathon that took place in Chicago during fall 2011 are now available in the IHE Connectathon Result Matrix.
Based on registration, participants to the connectathon need to perform a serie of test in order to be successfull. Some of the tests need to be performed ahead of the connectathon and some need to be performed during the connectathon.
All participants are required to run a series of software tests in advance of the Connectathon.
During the Connectathon each IHE actor/profile combination is assigned a series of unit and system tests to perform. When a system completes the required set of tests with the required number of partners, the Connectathon managers update an electronic database to indicate that the participant completed that suite of tests. After the Connectathon is completed and after several days of review, all results that indicate completed testing are published in a common database/webserver.
In this page we explain the purpose of the connectathon
The IHE Connectathon is a week long testing event managed by sponsoring organizations. Currently there are events annually in North America, Europe and Asia. The major goal of the Connectathon is to promote the adoption in commercially available healthcare IT systems of the
This section is about the IHE Connectathon. It provides generic description of the process and defines the purpose of the connectathon.
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