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We will be presenting an industry paper “Data stream monitoring: quality, cost and clinical decision use cases” showing how we use our EventSwarm to implement real-time analytics solution in eHealth. We will also present a paper titled “Australian E health Interoperability Framework (eHIF):  from concepts to implementation”, outlining this new Australian Standard.

Andrew and Zoran have submitted a paper to the 17th IEEE EDOC conference in which they report on the implementation of the syndromic surveillance rules for monitoring data quality of HL7 V2 messages in near real-time. The paper describes the main features of their EventSwarm software framework and how it can be used to detect duplicate pathology orders as well as detect quality problems related to laboratory information systems.

Zoran was selected to be part of the Australian HL7 delegation attending HL7 Cambridge Working Group meeting. Zoran will participate in meetings of the HL7 Architecture Review Board, continue leading the developments of the SOA Healthcare Ontology project and attend Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) standardisation efforts.

Zoran was recently selected as HL7 Australia delegate to attend HL7 WG meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. Zoran is member of HL7 Architecture Review Board and also was responsible to observing the developments in the SOA, Modelling and Methodology and HL7 Architecture Program and Service Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF) working groups. He also leads SOA Healthcare Ontology project http://hssp-infrastructure.wikispaces.com/HSSP+SOA+Service+Ontology and presented the latest ideas about eHealth service semantics.

New Book on RM-ODP

November 24th, 2012

Zoran has co-authored new book on RM-ODP in order to offer a gentle pathway to the essential ideas that constitute ODP and show how these ideas can be applied when designing and building challenging systems while keeping their evolution in mind. Building Enterprise Systems with ODP: An Introduction to Open Distributed Processing:

  • - Offers a concise, focused presentation of the essentials of RM-ODP and where it fits within today’s software processes
  • - Explains all the major concepts and mechanisms of the ODP framework
  • - Explores the latest developments in the ISO ODP standards
  • - Uses the widely adopted UML notation for modeling large open distributed systems using the ODP concepts
  • - Describes interoperability frameworks applicable to both government and industry sectors
  • - Presents a case study of a realistic IT system that illustrates the possibilities and advantages of the ODP approach
  • - Includes questions and practical exercises
  • - Provides complete UML models and more on a supporting website

Deontik is teaming up with Intalio to present our BPMN course in tandem with an Intalio Enterprise Edition course in Sydney from 22-25 February 2010. Read more »

HL7 goes with RM-ODP

October 29th, 2009

Last year the HL7 Architecture Review Board instigated the development of an architectural approach and framework for the development and use of HL7 standards from a Services Oriented Architecture (SOA) perspective. Read more »

We are pleased to announce that we are now an Australian partner of Intalio - a renowned open-source process management vendor. Intalio are also the first company to deliver an integrated cloud computing platform for the Enterprise. We look forward to helping Australian companies and Government departments in improving their business processes through a unique combination of our process management skills and Intalio’s excellent products.

The deadline for submitting full papers to the EDOC 2009 Conference has
been extended till 17 March. You will find the updated call for papers
below and on the EDOC web-site hosted by Deontik, edocconference.org.

MacWorld have highlighted a new E-health application for smart phones (in particular, the iPhone) in a recent blog post. Read more »

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