Health Service Bus

System integration and orchestration of data flows

The use of a tool such as the Health Service Bus offers extensive possibilities and opportunities for designing your own IT environment. The Health Service Bus is a modular, deeply integratable platform for connecting all existing applications and building an interoperable system environment.

Thanks to its flexibility, the Health Service Bus allows new applications to be connected as needed and existing systems to be continuously optimised. The architecture, which is oriented towards individual customer requirements, allows both simple interface requirements and complex scenarios of a service-oriented architecture to be mapped. The Orchestra eHealth Suite Health Service Bus supports all common communication technologies such as MLLP, TCP/IP, JDBC, SOAP, REST, DICOM Worklist and TLS certificate-based communication. Furthermore, standards such as HL7 v2.x, HL7 v3, FHIR, XML and EDIFACT are supported.

With Orchestra Designer, we offer an ideal user interface for developing and testing largely code-free interfaces. This makes it easier to train employees and increases the ease of maintenance.


DICOM Routing

Control of radiological workflows

The DICOM Routing module extends classical functions of the Health Service Bus by all functionalities for DICOM Routing, MPPS, Dose DB as well as change and anonymisation functions. It is directly integrated into the basic technology of Health Service Bus and thus offers well-known Health Service Bus module comfort and performance.


IHE Clients

Integrate non-IHE-compliant applications into the data exchange

With the IHE Clients module, existing systems are made IHE-capable in the simplest possible way. IHE Clients of the Orchestra eHealth Suite are developed on basis of Health Service Bus architecture and implement the IHE actors Document Source and Document Consumer. Thanks to its modular design, the IHE Clients module also offers possibilities to act as a participant system of the Electronic Health Record in Austria (ELGA) and Electronic Case Record in Germany (EFA 2.0).


App Connect

Integration of web and mobile applications with HL7 FHIR interfaces

The App Connect module provides everything needed to connect web and mobile applications securely and efficiently via HL7 FHIR-based interfaces. Modern, resource-oriented interfaces (REST) allow read and write access to the electronic patient record across all institutions. All access to medical and administrative data is subject to individual authorization checks.


Cross Community Connect

Exchange of patient data with other healthcare networks

The Cross Community Connect module provides IHE-compliant interfaces for exchanging patient data with other healthcare networks. Documents can be sent to other healthcare networks and displayed in a separate view in the Provider Portal module.


Message Filtering Agent

Filters HL7 messages according to patient consent

The Message Filtering Agent module filters HL7 messages without patient consent for cross-institutional data exchange. If neither consent nor objection exists for a patient, associated messages can be temporarily stored. This ensures that data only leaves a medical institution if a patient has consented to the exchange. Patient consent can be generated and managed via web interfaces and the modules Patient Consent Manager and Patient Onboarding.