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Integration Projects at Portsmouth Hospitals Trust. Andrew Sergeant ICT Development Manager Island and Portsmouth Health ICT Service (IPHIS). IPHIS. IPHIS is a shared services consortium that provides IT Services to: Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust Portsmouth City PCT East Hampshire PCT

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Integration Projects at Portsmouth Hospitals Trust

Andrew Sergeant

ICT Development Manager

Island and Portsmouth Health ICT Service (IPHIS)


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IPHIS

IPHIS is a shared services consortium that provides IT Services to:

  • Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust

  • Portsmouth City PCT

  • East Hampshire PCT

  • Fareham and Gosport PCT

  • Part of Hampshire Shared Financial Services

  • Part of Hampshire Partnership Trust

  • 76 General Practices

    (Estimated 12,500 users)


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HL7 & NPfIT

  • Prepare for NPfIT

  • IDX Carecast

  • NPfIT - HL7 version 3

  • Portsmouth - Part of Southern Cluster (LSP: The Fujitsu Alliance)

  • Currently internal systems utilise HL7 version 2.x


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Current Infrastructure

  • Many older servers (over 3 years) and not under support agreements

  • Multiple data feeds between a large number of systems and servers

  • Many versions of HL7 Version 2.x to contend with


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New Infrastructure

  • Web Server Cluster (16 HP Blade Servers - Windows Server 2003, IIS)

  • Database Cluster – 2 x HP DL580 (Quad CPU, 6Gb RAM, 6*HDD)

  • SAN - HP EVA 5000

  • Centralised around EPR project – XML based data warehouse


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EPR Project

  • XML Data warehouse

  • ASP.NET interfaces for key departmental applications (e.g. A&E, MAU)

  • XML Web services providing data exporting facilities to SHA


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Integration Engines

  • Using Cloverleaf – good for file IO, but difficult to access programmatically as native code is TCL

  • Standalone .NET applications outputting XML and HL7 version 2.x between systems

  • Evaluating new Integration Engines


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XML Web Services

  • Cancer Minimum Dataset from Portsmouth Hospitals Trust CMI system to SHA Clinical Data Repository

  • XML Schema based on Cancer Dataset V4.0

  • SQL Server 2000 For XML Explicit Stored Procedure

  • .NET XML Web Service (C#)


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Demo 1

  • Web Service Demo


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Internal Integration Strategy

  • XML Web Services to pass data between in-house developed systems

  • XML and HL7 version 2.x messaging between 3rd party systems

  • HL7 version 3 is one standard and so easier to create specific handler classes in .NET to convert XML messages (unlike 2.x)


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Demo 2

  • XSLT Demo as used by HL7 Handler classes


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Future Technologies

  • Replace Integration Engine

  • More Web Services

  • More .NET Applications

  • InfoPath?


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Conclusion

  • Prepare for HL7 version 3

  • Implement New Integration Engine and simplify internal messaging between systems

  • Centralise Clinical Systems within EPR Data Warehouse

  • Utilise XML Web Services for internal and external Systems Integration


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Contact

andrew.sergeant@ports.nhs.uk