Hello,

I am pretty stuck here and would appreciate any help or advice on an approach to this...

I have a single claim file, ingested that has 7 claims inside of it, I am pulling each claim out based on a qualifier, then want to remove all of the others and do something with the one that is left over.

My problem is I cant seem to figure out how to Remove the Claims programatically..

Last answer 10 December 2018
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Hello,

Looking for some help on how I actually set the properties to enable tracing for %Net.SSH.Session ?

The doc is here:

https://docs.intersystems.com/latest/csp/documatic/%25CSP.Documatic.cls?...

The values look bitwise in their defaultness and I cant seem to figure out how to enable it in my object (or if I am going about this wrong altogether).  I am troubleshooting an elusive ssh error: unable to exchange encryption keys in a catch at the moment.

Would appreciate a clue if anybody has experience with it... thank you.

-Ron

Last answer 6 September 2018 Last comment 6 September 2018
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Hello,

I am running a transformDTL through COS that transforms an EDI document to JSON and would like to validate the document and throw an error if it does not validate or build a map.

I am looking at available methods and haven't been able to find one that sort of does:  Set tSC = ##class(*).Validate(tDoc,"HIPAA_5100").

Any help here would be appreciated, it seems like I am missing something simple.

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Is there a way to enumerate the compilation status of a package?    

currently after deployment we are doing something like this to validate a successful load and compile of classes:

successful_compilation_count=`grep -a "Compilation finished successfully" output.log | wc -l`
successful_load_count=`grep -a "Load finished successfully" output.log | wc -l`

is there a method to do this where it is a little bit more elegant/dynamic without having to maintain counts for comparison ?

Last answer 13 March 2018 Last comment 15 March 2018
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Getting around to wrapping up a short tour in Professional Playtime, I wanted to share my experience at the HIMSS FHIR Connectathon I participated in out in Indy in April.

A quick note about the venue, aside from the sponsors, and those who put this thing on... great job.  The venue was amazing, hosted by/at the beautiful campus of Eskenazi Health and in a city that really gave a damn about innovations in our space.  The food was great, the caffeine was continual, and was even rescued by the great host Brian Norris (Ryan Seacrest of Connectathons anybody?) with a saving throw for Starbucks on Sunday morning

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For Global Summit 2016, I set out to showcase a Reference Architecture I had been working on for a National Provider Directory solution with State Level Instances and a National Instance all running HealthShare Provider Directory and all running on AWS Infrastructure.

In short, I wanted to highlight:

  • The implementation of Amazon Web Services to provision the infrastructure, including the auto-creation of the state level instances through Cloud Formation.
  • The use of the HSPD Broadcast functionality to Notify Upstream Systems Changes in Master Provider Data.
  • The implementation of a transformation of the standard Broadcast Object to HL7 MFN for interoperability.
  • The principals of Master Data Management applied to the Provider Directory.

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This will be a stretch to be useful, but it was sorta fun.  If you just so happen to have a use case to make your HealthShare productions talk to a Slack channel, this is the Business Operation for you.

In Slack, it is a dead simple process to enable an incoming web hook:

  • Name It
  • Give it an Icon or Emoji
  • Declare a Channel to Interact With

One you supplies those, it spits out a URL that you can go to town posting to your channel using that endpoint

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