Unofficial Developer’s Guide to HL7v3.0 Basics

A new eBook available online covers the HL7v3.0 standard basics to help readers get started building their own healthcare systems interfaces.
May 24, 2014 - PRLog -- Both the HL7 standard and software development methodology exist at a sufficiently high level of abstraction to support multiple interoperability requirements, even when these requirements conflict with each other. Some newbies portray HL7v3 as a "silver-bullet" solution. Unfortunately, neither HL7v3 nor separate components of the standard such as HL7 Reference Information Model (aka RIM) are "solutions".

Recently released, the "Unofficial Developer's Guide to HL7v3.0 Basics" eBook introduces readers to HL7 version 3 standard to the point that they confident enough to start building their own healthcare data

The eBook is published online in the PDF format and available to download at

The content of the "Unofficial Developer's Guide to HL7v3.0 Basics" eBook, besides giving an initial understanding of HL7v3 standard, also includes all samples and related files mentioned in the book for better hands-on experience. Furthermore, every reader of the eBook can contribute by providing comments or suggestions about the content of existing or future chapters and topics.

This eBook shares the experiences of your fellow IT professionals in adapting and customizing today's systems, applications, and frameworks. Our projects-based eBook gives you enough knowledge and power to build HL7v3 based healthcare solutions.


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Industry:Computers, Health
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