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Transaction patterns establish a common set of interoperability processes and behaviours that can be applied to line of business applications invoked within the EHR. This creates predictable system behaviours by relying on a limited number of ways to connect to and use EHR services. Patterns also inform the interoperability requirements for point of service applications and EHR components, defining the responsibilities of the sending and receiving components, and how they should interact.
The patterns are founded on three common types of interactions between point of service applications and the Ontario HIAL Solution (and the services offered through it), including data, portlet, and publish-and-subscribe interactions.
These common patterns are divided into processing phases, including the external and internal (regional and provincial) activities to satisfy external requests:
Multiple views describe the many ways the blueprint supports EHR delivery.
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