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Developing OHS Plug-Ins for HealthFrame

Last post 05-29-2007, 5:10 PM by Records For Living Support. 0 replies.
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  •  05-29-2007, 5:10 PM 720

    Developing OHS Plug-Ins for HealthFrame

    kobraboy wrote in

    PS: I also came across a reference to plugins. Do you have an API that we can use to develop our own?


    If you go to you should find the technical specifications for our OpenHealth Service (OHS) Plug-In APIs.  You can download the Design Overview document as well as the Software Development Kit (SDK).


    The SDK contains a bunch of samples, including Java, ASP .NET (C#) and XSLT.  The SDK and use of the API is entirely free and your plug-ins should work with HealthFrame and HealthFrame Lite.


    We have also begun an online catalog of OHS Plug-Ins ( where you can find more samples and maybe even publish some of your new Plug-Ins!  Smile [:)]


    You will get a lot more detailed information from reading the design document and from the samples, but in a nutshell, OHS Plug-Ins are XML-based.  You can access either ASTM Continuity of Care Record (CCR) or HealthFrame ( format.  The API allows you to process the XML information – locally or remotely - and return HTML, a URL redirect, PDF, etc, using your favorite programming language/environment.


    Let us know if you need any help getting started.

    Support Team

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