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Revision as of 09:45, 26 January 2009

Editorial Team

Authors

  • Alean Kirnak (Software Partners LLC)
  • Joshua Painter (Intel)
  • Anna Orlova (Public Health Data Standards Consortium)
  • Charles Parisot (GE Medical)
  • Michael Nusbaum (for Canada Health Infoway)
  • Ana Esterlich (for QRPH)
  • Amit Popat (Epic)
  • Keith Boone (PCC)

IHE Editorial Team

  • Karen Witting (IBM)
  • Gila Pyke TBC
  • John Moehrke (GE)

Outline

Introduction

  1. Thesis, goals, audience

Background

  1. Introduction to SOA
    1. Definition
    2. Value
    3. Goals
  2. Introduction to IHE
    1. Definition
    2. Value
    3. Goals

SOA in Healthcare

  1. Motivation
  2. State of the Art
    1. Survey of relevant SDO activities
      1. HL7 SAEAF
      2. HSSP/OMG
      3. HITSP
      4. DICOM
  3. Where SOA falls short

IHE Profiles as an interoperability foundation for SOA

  1. IHE Profiles Overview
    1. Infrastructure vs. domain-specific profiles
  2. Considerations for transitioning to a services architecture
    1. Organizational
    2. Technical
    3. Governance
  3. Benefits of a combined SOA & IHE approach
  4. Examples/use cases
    1. Clinical care
    2. Labs
    3. HIE
    4. Public Health

Future Considerations

tbd

Conclusion

tbd


Original Detailed Proposal

SOA white paper detailed proposal