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Our HL7 Integration Philosophy

All of our HL7 tools were created from the ground up with the emphasis placed on ease of use and simplicity. We are one of the few companies who have split up the different functional elements of HL7 interfaces so that clients can pick and choose which pieces they need. In other words if you don't need it, you don't buy it and if you do need it, you don't have to pay for features that you don't need. Example: If you need to send HL7 messages over TCP/IP but you don't need to receive them you purchase the UltraPort Router. If you only need to receive HL7 messages over TCP/IP but you don't need to send them out you purchase the UltraPort Listener. If you don't need to transport messages at all but need the ability to import or export HL7 data from a Microsoft SQL or MySQL database you use our HL7 SQL Schema Engine. If you need to do it all you can purchase them all together with a generous discount.

Message Transport Vs Message Processing

With every HL7 interface you might find it helpful to start with a blank white board, draw a vertical line down the middle and on the left side write Message Transport and on the right side write Message Processing. Always consider these 2 pieces separately, when you are working on how to consume or create HL7 messages, don't worry about how they'll be delivered or sent. Likewise, when you're working how your messages will be received or sent, don't think too much about how you will consume them or create them.

Message Transport. What are your transport needs? Do you need to send HL7 messages out to other(s)? Do you need to receive HL7 messages from other(s)? Or is it both? Once you have answered these questions, then you get to the questions of HOW the HL7 messages will be moved. Will you be using HL7 Standard TCP/IP communications (see the UltraPort Listener and the UltraPort Router? Or will you use some other method, like secure FTP or some other file delivery method? The answers to these questions you get through negotiation with your HL7 Trading Partner (IE the entity with which you are exchanging HL7).

Message Processing. This is the more complex operation. What exactly is your HL7 mission? What will you actually do with HL7 messages you receive? How exactly will you create HL7 messages that you need to send? If there is a database involved (MS SQL or MySQL) you might find our HL7 SQL Schema Engine very useful. There is also our unique UltraPort HL7 Postmaster product which can do many things to help fill in the blanks of your HL7 interface(s).

Software Developers. For software developers who use MicroSoft Visual Studio there is our HL7 Managed Code Objects for Visual Studio, a comprehensive, feature-rich class library for HL7 software development in MS Windows. In addition ALL of the UltraPort HL7 products mentioned above are available with a lower cost developer license so you can easily set up complete, fully functional development/testing environments to make rapid interface prototyping a breeze!

HL7 Utilities. Anyone working with HL7 need to have a few good utilities in their toolbox. You will need at the very least:

Our UltraPort HL7 Notepad fills both of those requirements and much, much more!