T08 – Hands-on! – Creating Process Plugins for the Data Sharing Framework
Tag, Uhrzeit, Dauer
Sonntag, 9 – 18 Uhr, 8h
Standards for syntax and semantics of data elements, like HL7 FHIR and openEHR, are well established in the healthcare delivery and biomedical research community. However, a lack of formalization of business logic and data exchange processes has hindered high throughput of information and medical data exchange between organizations. With the introduction of the Data Sharing Framework (DSF), a standardized information and medical data exchange platform has been established between Medical Data Integration Centers at German university hospitals and other organizations. The framework requires definition of syntax, semantics and processes without predefining how information can flow between organizations and without the need for established roles of the participating organizations. During the course of this tutorial participants will learn how to develop a process plugins for the Data Sharing Framework. The tutorial will start with a general introduction to the Data Sharing Framework as well as necessary aspects of HL7 FHIR R4 and BPMN 2.0. The introductory part will otherwise focus on how arbitrary communication relationships can be implemented using DSF process plugins. The majority of the tutorial will be hands on. Participants have to bring their own laptops with installations of JDK 11, Docker and an IDE for Java application development. During the hands on part of the tutorial, participants will develop a DSF process plugin, deploy this plugin to a testing environment on their development machine and learn how to debug the process plugin. Participants are expected to be familiar with developing Maven based Java applications. The tutorial will be held in English and German.
Hochschule Heilbronn, Heilbronn
hauke.hund [at] hs-heilbronn.de
Universitätsklinikum Heidelberg, Heidelberg