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IHE Connectathon Test Results


The test results below are the official results of the Connectathons held by IHE Australia and have been independently verified by an official Monitor of IHE International.


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IHE Australia 2010 SMD Connectathon

Date: April 19 - 23, 2010
Venue: University House, Canberra, Australia

8 Australian vendors successfully tested 8 products.

   Australian Technical Specification: ATS 5822:2010 – eHealth Secure Message Delivery

Company

Product

Sender

Receiver

Sender Int.

Receiver Int.

Database Consultants Australia

 

 

   

Emerging Systems

 

 

Episoft

 

 

   

Global Health

   

 

NEHTA

 

 

 

 

Pen Computer Systems

 

     

Smart Health

 

   

Sonic Healthcare

 

     

 Note: = successful full IHE testing with 3 or more test partners;  = successful testing with 1 or 2 test partners

Final: 7 May 2010

IHE International Monitor: - - -
Local Monitor: Jane Gilbert
Connectathon Managers: Bernie & Yvonne Crowe

IHE Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of the Dept. of Health and Ageing for this event.



IHE Australia 2009 Connectathon

Date: July 27 - 30, 2009
Venue: Garden Street, Australian Technology Park, Eveleigh/Sydney, Australia

4 Australian vendors successfully tested 5 products against the Australia Diagnostics Reporting Profile.

 

   Australian Diagnostics Reporting Profile V1.03

Company

Product

Creator/Sender

Receiver/Processor

Dougall Solutions

MediCORE 3.03

 

Kestral

Karisma 2.09

 

McCauley Software

MEDbase xxx

 

McCauley Software

PATHbase xxxx

 

Ocean Informatics

OceanEHR 1.5

 

 Note: = successful full IHE testing with 3 or more test partners;  = successful testing with 1 or 2 test partners

Final: 20 November 2009

IHE International Monitor: Christopher Lindop
Local Monitors: Mark Angove, Jane Gilbert, Mat Hudson
Connectathon Manager: Klaus Veil

IHE Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of the Dept. of Health and Ageing & NICTA for this event.



IHE Australia 2008 Connectathon

Date: July 27 - August 1, 2008
Venue: National ICT Australia, Tower A, 7 London Circuit, Canberra, Australia

11 Australian and international e-Health system vendors tested 18 products against IHE International and local Australian profiles - 7 products attained the internationally recognised IHE compliance test for PDI, 6 products tested successfully to an XDS profile and 9 products tested successfully to the Australian draft profiles.

   IHE Portable Document Imaging (PDI) Profile

Company

Product

Portable Media Creator

Image Display

Portable Media Importer

Agfa

IMPAX 6

CDN

CentraRAD

 

"

Merlin

 

 

GE

Innova

   

"

Pioneer DR

 

Radlogix

PACS Workstation

Voyager

Voyager PACS


   IHE Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS) Profile

Company Product PIX Mgr PIX Client Doc Consumer Doc Source Doc Rep Secure Node Time Client
Agfa IMPAX RIS            
" IMPAX 6            
CDN CentraRAD            
" Merlin            
GE Centricity ECIS        
" Centricity PACS      
IBM XDS Services          
Initiate Identity Manager          
Intel SOA Expressway    
McCauley Medbase            
" PATHbase            
MediNexus MediNexus            
Oracle HTB        

 
Radlogix PACS Workstation            
Voyager Voyager PACS            


   Australian Diagnostic Reporting Profile (draft)

Company Product Sender Receiver
Agfa IMPAX RIS

" Merlin  
GE Centricitry ECIS  
" Centricity Ultra  
Intel SOA Expressway  
McCauley Medbase  
" PATHbase
MediNexus MediNexus  
Voyager Voyager PACS  


Note:
= successful full IHE testing with 3 or more test partners;  = successful testing with 1 or 2 test partners

Final: 25 October 2008

IHE International Monitor: Christopher Lindop
Local Monitors: Mark Angove, Jane Gilbert, Mat Hudson
Connectathon Manager: Klaus Veil

IHE Australia gratefully acknowledges the support of the Dept. of Health and Ageing & NICTA for this event.


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