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The eHealth integration toolkits are a collection of integration tools and sample code resources available in both .NET and Java. The sample code and integration tools are used within the eHealth Reference Platform, forming part of the code library for tools and simulators.

Access to sample code and the eHealth Reference Platform’s online simulator services is supported by a right-to-use licence and terms and conditions.

The Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit contains libraries for the creation, packaging and presentation of clinical documents through the use of style sheets.

Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit in the Australian context

The sample code and integration tools provided in the Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit should only be used in conjunction with the Australian Digital Health Agency’s detailed specifications for clinical documents and national infrastructure and, where appropriate, with technical and other connectivity instruction provided by the national infrastructure operators.

 

Feature specifications

The Agency has provided the following specifications that apply to the Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit:

Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit v1.7

EP-2588:2018

The eHealth integration toolkits are a collection of integration tools and sample code resources available in both .NET and Java. The sample code and integration tools are used within the eHealth Reference Platform, forming part of the code library for tools and simulators.

Tuesday, 24 Apr 2018

Roadmap

Roadmap: 
January, 2017
Completed
Important updates for Generic Clinical Document Style Sheet v1.3 and Clinical Document Library - .NET Sample Code v4.3.1. The new version of the style sheet addresses a number of conformance issues with the rendering of some elements of clinical documents. It also provides improvements to the way non-conformant narrative contained in clinical documents is treated.
January, 2016
Completed
This was a major update to the Clinical Document Library to address a number of defects and limitations including narrative support for multiple reporting pathologists and document authors, and two alternatives for recommendation or change, plus other diagnosis entries, service commencement windows and service schedules.
April, 2016
Completed
Update to accommodate a requirement introduced by a security patch for the .NET framework that was published by Microsoft on 8 March 2016.
August, 2015
Completed
To support updated specifications (pathology, diagnostics, event summary, shared health summary and discharge summary). Clinical Document Data Extractor to support updated specifications including Adverse Reaction Type and some of the product component file names have been renamed along with the product data sheets.
February, 2015
Completed
This release includes an updated version of the CDA(R) Document Library v4.1.0 to v4.1.1 to fix an issue in the narrative generator for the Event Summary only.
January, 2015
Completed
This release includes an updated version of the CDA Validator which supports the PCEHR R5 documents Pathology Report and Diagnostic Imaging Report, as well as providing the latest terminology databases (which are now user manageable).
November, 2014
Completed
This release includes an updated version of the CDA Document Library (.NET) which supports the PCEHR R5 documents Pathology Report and Diagnostic Imaging Report and a new Java version of the CDA Document Library which supports a limited set of CDA documents. It also includes an updated generic style sheet to support the two new PCEHR R5 document types, along with a few bug fixes and enhancements. Finally the Java CDA Packaging Library has been updated and aligned with all other Java-based code to support up to Java version 7.2.1.
August, 2014
Completed
This release includes the CDA Validator v2.0 which validates a CDA package against the relevant rules in Conformance Test Specification for CDA Packaging v1.4. The release also includes a product data sheet for the CDA Validator.
March, 2014
Completed
This is the first release of the Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit which contains libraries for the creation of CDA documents, packaging CDA documents and presenting CDA documents through the use of style sheets. The eHealth Integration Toolkits are a collection of integration tools and sample code resources available in both .NET and Java. The sample code and integration tools are used within the eHealth Reference Platform, forming part of the code library for tools and simulators.