This space is a technical space and we encourage participants to "put their hands up" as to what they will be brining and what they will be making available to the participants to engage with. Depending on the number of participants we are considering scheduling a lightning session where groups can rapidly (5min/5 slides) present their tools as an intro. Currently the following teams and tools have put their hands up to be at the event and have technologies available.
|Component Group||Tool / Solution||Organisation / Contact||Description||Online Demo/Sandbox|
|IOL||OpenHIM (www.openhim.org)||Jembi Health Systems (www.jembi.org)|
The OpenHIM is an interoperability layer that facilitates OpenHIE workflows. It allows easy configuration and setting up of channels and endpoints that allow systems to connect and exchange information. The use of mediators allows implementer/developers to add logic and custom flows to the channels. This is the current reference technology for the IOL community of OpenHIE.
The OpenHIM will be setup and available for teams to create their own channels and the Jembi team be available to advise of how mediators and additions can be made.
|SHR||HEARTH||Jembi Health Systems (www.jembi.org )|
HEARTH is Jembi's HL7 FHIR server that serves as an SHR on many of Jembi's internal projects. This FHIR server allows for FHIR resource management and has been used in multiple ways to manage more than just patient health data; such as patient management, facility mangement etc.
HEARTH will be setup and available for teams to leverage and engage with the endpoints that include the storage and retrieval of FHIR resources from the tool
|CR / MPI|
|TS||Open Concept Lab (OCL)||Regenstrief/Apelon|
OCL provides cloud-based community-driven terminology management. OCL lowers implementation barriers by 1) providing access to major terminologies, such as the Columbia University eHealth Laboratory's interface terminology (CIEL, utilized in OpenMRS) and other international standards like ICD-10 and 2) supporting standards based operations to enable interoperability.
OCL will be available for teams to utilize on various levels, from exploring how standardized terminologies and indicators can be represented to testing out the REST API and initial FHIR Terminology Services.
|Name / Outline||Tools / Solution Used||Organisation / Contact||Description||Online Demo/Sandbox|
We ask each team to setup their own tools in the cloud and or locally on their own hardware and bring access details to the meetings.
Taking into account systems and teams attending we are looking for groups and members to list out the current challenges that they are posing to the attendees. Please add your challenges/hacking ideas below
Lightning talks are a 5-10 min presentation that allows you to present your challenge, product, tool etc to the technical community. The goal is to get your ideas out into the forum and call persons to chat to you during the event. Please put down your topic and a description of what it is about and your details so that we can schedule the talks. If you are looking for a slide guideline it is max 5 slides (prefer 1-3).
|OpenHIM - a rapidly scalable interoperability layer|