Implementing the ORU_R01 Hepatitis C has never been easier.
In order to successfully integrate with today's healthcare information
systems, payers, providers, labs and software solutions must implement
the HL7 standards. Not only is HL7 messaging widely adopted by medical
systems and devices, it is mandated in the rapidly evolving regulatory
The XCS eiConsole for Healthcare provides a set of rapidly configurable,
reusable components targeted at addressing the unique challenges of HL7
integration. This add-on product takes your productivity to the next
level, offering you a pre-fabricated interface template for the ORU_R01
This interface offers a bundle of two HL7 interface templates intended
to support the integration of systems using the ORU_R01 hepatitis C
message as described in the implementation guide: "HL7 Version 2.5.1
Implementation Guide: Electronic Laboratory Reporting to Public Health,
Release 1". This message is used by a public health agency to read a
hepatitis C report from a laboratory.
A paint-by-numbers approach for configuring a consumer of the ORU_R01
A pre-configured conversion of the ORU_R01 message to friendly XML
A pre-loaded mapping template for mapping a hepatitis C XML message
onto a proprietary data format.
A paint-by-numbers approach for producing an ORU_R01 message
A pre-loaded mapping template for mapping your data onto a hepatitis C
A pre-configured conversion of the XML hepatitis C message to
delimited HL7 V2
This interface bundle also features sample HL7 and XML messages
consistent with the hepatitis C report.
To use this interface:
Sign into the PilotFish Interface Exchange:
If you don't have an ID, download an XCS eiConsole to register.
Click the "Download" button on this page
The interface template will appear in the "PIE Inbox" of your XCS
Drag & Drop the interface into your working directory.
Copy the desired producer or consumer route
Set the "dir.inbound" and "dir.outbound" properties in eiConsole
Environment Properties to match your working directory.
Tweak the newly created route to meet your needs!
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