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General Implementation Guidance is provided on this page for people trying to implement software/systems that support IHE Profiles.

Profile implementation guidance is available for some specific Profiles.

Deployment Project Summaries outline several real-world IHE implementation/deployment projects.


Implementation Guidance

Change Proposals reflect modifications to a released Technical Framework or Supplement. It is important for implementors to monitor CPs and keep their implementations up to date.


Implementation Guidance for Participants in the North American Connectathon is maintained on a separate website but much of it is also useful to implementers who are not participating in the Connectathon. It is organized by Domain and Profile.


Implementation Tools

Development Tools

This section lists public domain toolkits and reference implementations. Please do not add commercial products to this section.

IHE Integration Profiles


Developer: IHE Integration Profiles

URL: http://www.codeplex.com/ihe/

Contact:

Licensing: Microsoft Public License

Development Platform: .NET Framework

Delivery Method: Application/Server/Command Line

Description: Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing XDS.b is a Microsoft Health Information Network (HIN) reference implementation based on the IHE (www.ihe.net) XDS.b integration profile. XDS.b facilitates the registration, distribution and access across health enterprises of patient electronic health records. It provides a standards-based interoperable approach for managing the sharing of documents between any healthcare enterprise, ranging from a private physician office to a clinic to an acute care facility. XDS.b improves patient safety and staff efficiency by allowing timely access to patient data at the point of care. This reference implementation is for the Document Repository and Document Registry actors.

Profiles and Constructs: XDS.b


OHT IHE Profiles


Developer: Open Health Tools IHE Profiles Project

URL: https://www.projects.openhealthtools.org/sf/projects/iheprofiles/

Contact:

Licensing: Eclipse Public License

Development Platform: Java

Delivery Method: Application/Server/Command Line

Description: The Open Health Tools (OHT) IHE Profiles Project evolved from the Eclipse Open Healthcare Framework (OHF). It is a project formed for the purpose of expediting healthcare informatics technology. The project is composed of extensible frameworks and tools which emphasize the use of existing and emerging standards in order to encourage interoperable open source infrastructure, thereby lowering integration barriers. We currently provide tools and Frameworks for HL7, IHE, Terminology, Devices, and Public Healthcare Maintenance.

Profiles and Constructs: ATNA, PDQ (V2/V3), PIX(V2/V3), XCA, XDS.a, XDS.b, XUA, SVS

Test Tools

IHE has developed a growing body of software tools to facilitate testing and implementation of IHE Integration Profiles in healthcare information technology systems. These tools are available for download and licensed by their developers for free use. The links below point to sources with further information and direct access to download the tools.


MESA


Developer: Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology, Washington University

URL: http://ihedoc.wustl.edu/mesasoftware/11.11.0/dist/index.htm

Contact:

Licensing: Open Source (with attribution requirement)

Development Platform: C++/PERL/Java

Delivery Method: Application/Server/Command Line

Description: MESA is the main body of the current generation of IHE Test Tools developed at the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) at Washington University in St. Louis. Version 11.11.0 is the latest public release of the software created by MIR to support testing during the 2007-2008 annual testing cycle.

Profiles and Constructs:


Laika


Developer: MITRE Corporation

URL: http://laika.sourceforge.net/

Contact:

Licensing: Apache 2.0

Development Platform:

Delivery Method: Web Service

Description:

Profiles and Constructs: HITSP C32, IHE XDS-MS


Gazelle Test Management Tool


Developer: INRIA

URL: INRIA Gforge Implementation Material

Contact: Eric Poiseau

Licensing: Apache 2

Development Platform: Java, Jboss

Delivery Method: Web application

Description: Test management software for Connectathons and "Projectathons" that includes facilities for integrating test simulators and use of proxies.

Profiles Tested: Manages testing of all profiles. Simulators for individual profiles are being added over time.

Patient Care Device Testing Tools


Developer:

URL:

Contact:

Licensing:

Development Platform:

Delivery Method:

Description:

Profiles Tested:


HL7 V2 Toolkit


Developer: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

URL: http://hl7v2tools.nist.gov/

Contact:

Licensing: Public Domain

Development Platform: Java

Delivery Method: Java API, Web Services, Desktop Application, Web Application

Description: NIST has developed a set of tools, focusing mainly on Cross-enterprise Document Sharing (XDS) and related Integration Profiles.

Profiles and Constructs:

EVS Message Validation Toolkit


Developer: INRIA

URL: http://gazelle.ihe.net/EVSClient/

Contact: Eric Poiseau

Licensing: Apache 2.0

Development Platform: Java

Delivery Method: Java API, Web Services, Web Application

Description: INRIA developped for IHE Europe, HL7 V2 message profiles for all the HL7 V2 messages defined within IHE. More than 150 profiles are now available for download. The EVSClient is a web application that can be used to call the Gazelle External Validation Services. The tool allows users to call the EVS defined by NIST, and INRIA for the validation of Dicom, HL7V2, HL7V3, SAML assertions, Audit Messages and CDA documents.

Profiles and Constructs: All profiles that uses HL7 V2 messages, HL7 V3 messages, SAML Assertions, Audit Messages, CDA documents and Dicom objects

XDS Toolkit


Developer: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

URL: http://ihexds.nist.gov

Contact: Bill Majurski (bill_AT_nist_._gov)

Licensing: Public Domain

Development Platform: Java

Delivery Method: Java API, Web Services, Desktop Application, Web Application

Description: NIST has developed a set of tools, focusing on Cross-enterprise Document Sharing (XDS) and related Integration Profiles.

Profiles and Constructs:


XDS-I and PIX/PDQv3 Testing Tools


Developer: École de technologie supérieure, University of Quebec

URL: http://ihe.etsmtl.ca/

Contact: Rita Noumeir

Licensing: Public Domain

Development Platform: Java

Delivery Method: Download test application / HL7 v3 schemas and sample messages

Description: The École de technologie supérieure has developed a set of tools focusing on the Cross-enterprise Document Sharing for Imaging (XDS-I), Patient Identity Cross-reference (PIXv3) and Patient Demographic Query (PDQv3) HL7 version 3 profiles.

Profiles and Constructs: Cross-enterprise Document Sharing for Imaging (XDS-I), Patient Identity Cross-reference HL7 version 3 (PIXv3), Patient Demographic Query HL7 version 3 (PDQv3)

DICOMScope Visualization Tools (MESA Tools for Consistent Presentation of Images)


Developer: O-Tech, Kuratorium OFFIS, e. V. and the Institute for Microtherapy

URL: http://dicom.offis.de/dscope.php.en , Latest binary package: ftp://dicom.offis.de/pub/dicom/offis/software/mesa_cpi/release_2004/

Contact: OFFIS DICOM discussion forum [1]

Licensing: Free (BSD) with disclaimer: Not for clinical use

Development Platform: Primarily Windows, but can be compiled on Linux and Solaris as well.

Delivery Method: Download desktop application (Windows installer)

Description: DICOMscope is a free DICOM viewer which can display uncompressed, monochrome DICOM images from all modalities and which supports monitor calibration according to DICOM part 14 as well as presentation states. DICOMscope and the various DICOMscope support tools can be used to test all CPI actors, both softcopy and hardcopy.

Profiles Tested: Consistent Presentation of Images (CPI), also for Secure Node/Secure Application actors.


Portable Data for Imaging Disk Validator


Developer: Northwestern University

URL: http://ihedoc.wustl.edu/mesasoftware/11.11.0/dist/index.htm

Contact:

Licensing:

Development Platform: C#

Delivery Method: Download Windows installer

Description: IHE Portable Data for Imaging (PDI) Media Creator test application is implemented based on the IHE technical framework volume I chapter 15 and volume III Appendix E, revision 6. The PDI media tester software is easy to use and provide sufficient information of any IHE PDI compliance violations.

Profiles Tested: Portable Data for Imaging (PDI)

IHE-RO Test Tools


Developer: ICT Embedded BV, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

URL: http://www.dvtk.org/modules/wiwimod/index.php?page=IHE+Downloads&cmenu=downloads

Contact:

Licensing: Public Domain

Development Platform: DICOM Validation Tool Kit (DVTK)

Delivery Method: DVTK Definition files/Reference Data/Test Cases

Description: The IHE-RO Test Tools are based on the DVTK platform (www.DVTK.org) and developed under contract to ASTRO by ICT Embedded, BV, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. The first release of these tools, supporting the IHE-RO Basic Integration Profile, was released in January, 2008. Additional tools to support 2008 IHE-RO profiles are currently in development.

Profiles and Constructs: IHE-RO Basic Integration Profile

Test Tools by Profile and Actor

The list of tools above gives you the location of the software and a general description of the scope of the tools. For testing a specific IHE profile, you may find it helpful to use these links.

IHE Tools by Profile lists each Integration Profile and provides links to the software and documentation.

IHE Tools by Actor lists each IHE Actor with links to the software and documentation.

In some cases you will find that two different software implementations are used to test a single actor.

Sample Files/Objects/Messages/Data

Connectathon Milestones

Need to add a table, updated annually, of the Connectathon events in Europe, North America, Japan, etc.

See Also

Mailing Lists exist for all IHE Domains, most IHE Regions and most implementation projects (such as IHE Connectathons and IHE Demonstrations).

The NIST IHE Wiki is particularly useful to those implementing IHE Profiles from the IHE IT Infrastucture Domain.

OHF-dev is a mailing list with useful discussions for IHE developers.


Testing and Tools Committee