HL7 Interoperability Paradigms. September 2007 WGM, Atlanta, GA. John Koisch, OCTL Consulting Alan Honey, Kaiser Permanente Grahame Grieve, Jiva Medical. Interoperability Paradigms (IP). Formally introduced in the Template Ballot
September 2007 WGM, Atlanta, GA
John Koisch, OCTL Consulting
Alan Honey, Kaiser Permanente
Grahame Grieve, Jiva Medical
The CDA and SPL specifications establish an implicit document interoperability paradigm where there is a single fixed static model.
Documents conforming to this model may be exchanged whenever and however applications wish – there is no fixed dynamic model.
All other models, including potentially CMETs from messaging models, may be used as templates.
Under certain circumstances, when explicitly described in the interface contract, applications are entitled to reject documents if a template is not applied where it is expected.
Note that other usages of templates are not being precluded or dismissed.
To Include the choice of Interoperability Paradigm in the HDF as a methodological step and as a set of pathways for development of standards and implementations
SOA Sig should define the Services Interoperability Paradigm
SOA Sig should define the Service Conformance Levels
and Interaction Patterns
& Document Models
Services and Content
Made by HL7, IHE, Realms, Projects
Messaging: Binding the Services
and Contents to a transportation
Platform (HL7 Wrappers & ATS)