Welcome to Patient Manager

This tool emulates the following actors:

  • Patient Demographic Consumer for PDQ, PDQv3, PDQm, and PAM profiles
  • Patient Demographic Supplier for PDQ, PDQv3, PDQm and PAM profiles
  • Other PAM actors:
    • Patient Encounter Consumer (Basic subset , Inpatient/Outpatient encounter management, advanced encounter and historic movement options)
    • Patient Encounter Supplier (Basic subset , Inpatient/Outpatient encounter management, advanced encounter and historic movement options)
  • Patient Identity Source for PIX and PIXV3 profiles
  • Patient Identity Consumer for PIX , PIXV3, and PIXm profiles
  • Patient Identity Cross-reference manager for PIX , PIXV3, and PIXm profiles
  • Initiating Gateway for XCPD profile
  • Responding Gateway for XCPD profile
  • XUA X-Service User and X-Service Provider actors are respectively supported by the XCPD Initiating Gateway and XCPD Responding Gateway

Demographics to be shared among participants for the NA/EU connectathons are now available in Patient Manager under the Connectathon menu. You can also get them by querying the PDQ* Patient Demographic Supplier or PIX* Patient Identity Cross-Reference Manager. Documentation for this new feature is available here.

    This application is still in a development state. If you encounter any issues, please report them in our issue tracker system at http://gazelle.ihe.net/jira/browse/PAM

    If it is your first time in this application, please register your system configuration for HL7V2 or HL7V3 transactions.

    In order to keep trace of the patients you have created, you can log in using the CAS login (top right corner). If you do not have an account on Gazelle, please register here

    Disclaimer

    The Patient Manager tool is an experimental system. INRIA nor IHE-Europe assumes no responsibility whatsoever for its use by other parties, and makes no guarantees, expressed or implied, about its quality, reliability, or any other characteristic. We would appreciate acknowledgement if the software is used.