Web Enabling Any HL7 Interface

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Easy to Use, Secure, HIPAA Compliant. Is there anything else to say?

 

With the UltraPort HL7 Postmaster you can "Web-Enable" any HL7 Interface to communicate with YOUR custom web-service. Whether you need to deliver HL7 messages to a client or have a client deliver HL7 messages to you, both can be done using the UltraPort HL7 Postmaster. And all of it can be done without the "client" having to do anything outside of the ordinary.

 

You can use the HL7 Postmaster to see a LIVE demo of a functioning Web Service from the Toolbar in the main window.

 

To Receive HL7 Messages from a Client

 

All you have to do is:

 

1.Deploy the UltraPort HL7 Postmaster to your Clients network.

2.If the client's current HL7 interface needs to send to you via TCP/IP use the OEM version of the UltraPort HL7 TCP/IP Listener (included with the HL7 Postmaster) to receive HL7 messages sent by the client's current HL7 sender and deliver them into the HL7 Postmasters Central Distribution Folder.

3.Create a Web Service Destination in your HL7 Postmaster that transmits HL7 messages to YOUR web service on a Secure URL (https).

 

A 'Remote' Client sending HL7 Messages to YOUR Web Service

Any HL7 System

Any HL7 System

FileOrTCPIPInbound

HL7 Postmaster

HL7 Postmaster

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All installed on the client's local network.

Your Server

 

 

To Send HL7 Messages to a Client

 

All you have to do is:

 

1.Deploy the UltraPort HL7 Postmaster to your Clients network.

2.Create a Web Service Data Source in your HL7 Postmaster that retrieves HL7 messages intended for your client from YOUR web service on a Secure URL (https).

3.Create a Folder Destination for the HL7 Postmaster to deliver the HL7 messages to.

4.If the client's current HL7 interface needs you to send the HL7 messages via TCP/IP use the OEM version of the UltraPort HL7 TCP/IP Router (included with the HL7 Postmaster) to send HL7 messages directly to the client's current HL7 Listener from the Folder Destination.

 

YOUR Web Service sending HL7 Messages to a 'Remote' Client

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HL7 Postmaster

HL7 Postmaster

FileOrTCPIPoutbound

Any HL7 System

Any HL7 System

Your Server

All installed on the client's local network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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