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About Integrating the Health Enterprise (IHE)

IHE is an initiative with participation from healthcare professionals and industry that aims to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of healthcare information sharing.  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 more effectively, are easier to implement, and enable care providers to use information more efficiently.

http://ihe.net or http://ihe-europoe.net

About These Statements

Each statement represents the outcome of an interoperability assessment performed by IHE known as a “Connectathon”. A Connectathon is an event where vendors prove successful interoperation of their software components with at least three other systems from other vendors. Successful implementations of IHE Profiles are published as an Integration Statement.

The presence of an IHE Integration Statement by itself does not guarantee interoperability with third party software products nor does it guarantee sufficient functionality to participate as an actor within the OpenHIE architecture. Readers should be aware that integration testing, in addition to IHE Connectathons, may be required.  For more information on OpenHIE's approach to integration testing of reference implementations, see OpenHIE V1.0 Integration Testing.  

 

 

 

 

NA 2016 Connectathon Integration Statements

The following are the Integration Statements for the reference implementations of the OpenHIE infrastructure services that were tested at the 2016 North America Connectathon.  For more information on how these IHE profiles and additional profiles are being used in OpenHIE, see the OpenHIE Workflows.  

OpenHIE Support for IHE Integration Profiles tested during the NA 2016 Connectathon

NA 2015 Connectathon Integration Statements

The following are the Integration Statements for the reference implementations of the OpenHIE infrastructure services that were tested at the 2015 North America Connectathon.  For more information on how these IHE profiles and additional profiles are being used in OpenHIE, see the OpenHIE Workflows.  

     Integration Statements

OpenHIE Support for IHE Integration Profiles tested during the NA 2015 Connectathon

OpenHIE Support for IHE Profiles

NA 2013 Connectathon Integration Statements

The following are the Integration Statements are for the reference implementations of the OpenHIE infrastructure services that were tested at the 2013 North America Connectathon.  For more information on how these IHE profiles and additional profiles are being used in OpenHIE, see the OpenHIE Workflows.  

Integration Statements

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