Healthcare Integration | Opening the Doors to Communication – Live Discussion

We will use this blog for live discussion, Q&A during and after the session. Inappropriate questions will be removed.

Author: Sriram Hariharan

Sriram Hariharan is the Senior Technical and Content Writer at BizTalk360. He has over 7 years of experience working as documentation specialist for different products and domains. Writing is his passion and he believes in the following quote – “As wings are for an aircraft, a technical document is for a product — be it a product document, user guide, or release notes”.

  • nini thepug

    where is the webcast link? wanna join now!!

  • WHy

    Did you use BAM to feed your clinical data repository? If not why not?

  • WHy

    Is there not a privacy issue with using the cloud and the health data?

  • Kent Weare

    You mentioned some of your load requirements and the requirement for message durability. How do you typically address these requirements? Message Box? Is MSMQ “strong” enough or are you starting to see Windows Server Service Bus being used?

    • michael stephenson

      the use case at integrate2014 was using MSMQ in their 60 million messages per day werent they?

      • Kent Weare

        I would be nervous tryping to pump that type of load through MSMQ :-). I know message size was one limitation we ran into back in the day with MSMQ I would imagine it is still around

        • Howard S. Edidin

          Typically HL7 message sizes are small.

  • Howard S. Edidin

    The first part of your presentation, I personally found to be much like a sales pitch. But that’s just me. Someone that has very little exposure to HL7 would find it interesting. And from the chat remarks, I noticed that many did. I realized then that your presentation was geared for a general audience.

    I can see now how “Opening the Doors to Healthcare Integration Communication” fit in.

    The second part where your talked about your product was very informative. I would have liked to see more of it in action.

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