InterSystems HealthShare is a healthcare informatics platform for hospitals, integrated delivery networks (IDNs) and regional and national health information exchanges (HIE). HealthShare includes health information exchange, data aggregation, workflow, text analysis, and analytics technology.
I have lots of msg control id received from customers and i search these msg control id first in router to review the msgs and then search the same msg control id in the respective edge message viewer.
Is there a way i can generate the msg trace URLs for router and edge by using msg control id?
We are a multi-state Health Information Network seeking experienced integration analysts for immediate, full time positions. Currently these positions are 100% remote. Excellent benefits.
Ideal candidates will have extensive experience with InterSystems HealthShare, experience with Amazon Web Services, HL7 v2 & v3, and IHE ITI profiles. Rhapsody or other integration engine experience is a plus. We are seeking confident, motivated individuals with strong communication skills and the ability to engage directly with a variety of healthcare stakeholders.
I recently learnt something new while working with WRC on an issue, and I wanted to share with everyone on the off chance it could help someone else.
Files are being inexplicably written to a folder on your server and, due to the number of files in the folder and general system throughput, it is not possible to work through the files to track down the source.
I am very much a newbe on the subject of JWT, so please except my ignorance.
The Trust I am currently working for wish to create a framework whereby they can create REST API Services, within HealthConnect, and grant access to these using JSON Web Token Authorisation and Bearer Tokens. This would be similar to the way the Trust currently connects to other REST API's, i.e.: DocMan Connect and GOV.UK Notify.
Can anyone offer any advice / sample code and / or point me into the direct of suitable documentation to achieve this?
Artificial intelligence has solved countless human challenges – and medical coding might be next. As organizations prepare for ICD-11, medical coding is about to become more complicated. Healthcare organizations in the United States already manage 140,000+ codes in ICD-10. With ICD-11, that number will rise. Some propose artificial intelligence as a solution. AI could aid computer-based medical coding systems, identifying errors, enhancing patient care, and optimizing revenue cycles, among other benefits.
By using VS code, I want to copy multiple files to local directory, then sync them to server, but I can't find where local directory is stored?
In Atelier IDE, I could open a view of server and can copy the code to the project, then code is saved in the local directory. When I copy multiple files to the local directory -> choose sync in Atelier -> the code will be synchronized to the server
How to do this from VS Code?
We are looking to hire a DevOps engineer with expertise in Intersystems Technologies like Ensemble and/or IRIS as essential.
Main responsibility of the Role will be to implement Version Control and automated CI/CD pipeline for code build and deployment via tools and automation scripts for the current Intersystems platforms within the organisation.
We receive an HL7 order message into our integration engine containing OBX segments. I would like to create a PDF file and take the values from all instances of OBX-5 in the message and write them to that PDF file, which I would then like to embed into an outgoing message to another system.
We are working with a vendor who only accepts JSON as payload. We are currently still on Cache/HealthShare, not IRIS. Since we have to send Continuity of Care Documents, this raises issues with Long Strings (some CCDs can be quite large and in addition to that, they have to be b64-encoded which increases their size even more).
My question is: if we were to go on IRIS and use %JSON.Adapter, storing the encoded Stream in an object's Stream property, would calling %JSONExport() on this object produce the desired JSON? Or would we have to call %JSONExportToStream()?