Êxito da ALERT na IHE Connectathon da América do Norte 2011
26 janeiro 2011
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A ALERT participou com êxito na IHE Connectathon da América do Norte 2011, que decorreu em Chicago nos dias 17 a 21 de Janeiro de 2011.

 

Todas as soluções ALERT® apresentadas na Connectathon receberam certificação:  o ALERT® PAPER FREE HOSPITAL (que agora integra o ALERT® PDMS), o ALERT® PHR (MyALERT®) e o ALERT® HIE (ALERT® XDS Registry, ALERT® XDS Repository, ALERT® PIX Manager, ALERT® XCA Gateway e o ALERT® XUA Layer).

 

Destaca-se a participação, pela primeira vez, dos produtos ALERT® em um novo Domínio do IHE (Dispositivos de Assistência ao Paciente com o ALERT® PDMS), bem como a validação dos mais recentes perfis de integração IHE, tal como o XDS-MU (Metadata Update) e XUA++ (Cross-Enterprise User Assertion).

 

Sobre a IHE
A IHE proporciona um processo detalhado de implementação e de testes, promovendo a adoção de interoperabilidade baseada em normas por parte dos vendedores e dos usuários de sistemas de informação clínica. Este processo culmina na Connectathon, que é um evento constituído por testes à interoperabilidade com a duração de uma semana.

 

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I wonder if Horowitz has in mind seutdnts challenging our traditional history textbooks with a Marxist or Fascist, not to mention segregationist or nativist, analysis of American history. What, exactly, would be the value of a book like the ones that provided an analysis claiming that blacks are inferior to whites and mulattoes are inferior to both? It doesn't get much more dissenting than that. Any book? Really? The Podhoretz book suggestion almost made me laugh out loud. Good luck getting 200 copies, or even 25 copies, of that one in your college book store on a few months notice! It would, however, make fascinating reading 29 years later, now that we are trading with those dirty commies. It also is not really all that controversial in that it never argues that Vietnam was a good idea, just shows how we stumbled into that quagmire. Its only flaw is that it doesn't give enough emphasis to the role Dean Rusk played as a US Army (major? colonel?) in setting in motion US support for the return of colonialism after US soldiers had fought and died along side Ho Chi Minh to wrest control of SE Asia from the Japanese and their French colonial collaborators during WW II. Change that decision in 1945 and history would have been very different, since the Vietnamese had no interest in being a Chinese client state.

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