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Please refer to Clinical Documents Integration Toolkit v1.7 or refer to the Release History for all releases of this End Product.

Description

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 suitable right-to-use licences and terms and conditions regarding the eHealth Reference Platform.

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

The sample code and integration tools provided here should only be used in conjunction with the Agency’s detailed specifications for clinical documents and national infrastructure and, where appropriate, by working with technical and other connectivity instruction provided by the national infrastructure operators. More information can be found in the relevant sections of Implementation Resources.

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Associated components

Clinical Document Library - Product Data Sheet v1.5

DH-2464:2017

The Clinical Document Library provides a sample implementation of how to create a range of CDA documents. The library implements all the Agency-developed CDA implementation guides.

This document describes the features and capabilities of the Clinical Document Library.

Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017

Clinical Document Library - .NET Sample Code v4.3.1

DH-2465:2017

The Clinical Document Library simplifies the development process by providing vendors with a sample implementation of how to create clinical documents. The library supports all Agency-specified document types, as published on the Agency website.

Tuesday, 10 Jan 2017
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