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 on: 22 Oct 2012, 13:22 
Started by Gupta Vishal - Last post by Gupta Vishal
Hi all

I am working to HTB version 6.1 which comes with XDS.b webservice which helps to uplaod documents(HL7 message) into HTB repository . but i am unable to upload any HL7 message as if now .

When we send a request to the end-point URL we get a error “SSL Error: unable to find valid certification path to requested target”

Please help in case if anybody has come across this issue . Your help in this regard will be highly appreciated .

Thanks & Regards
Vishal Gupta

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 on: 04 May 2011, 07:32 
Started by De Brown - Last post by De Brown
2 positions Available
 
Location: Rockville, MD (20 minutes outside of Washington, D.C.)
Period: 12+ months

SKILLS
5+ years of strong development & maintenance experience with knowledge of the following
•   Oracle Healthcare Transaction Base (HTB)
•   HL7 Version 2.x or 3.0
•   Oracle SOA Suite
•   Java, EJBs, and Web Services

EXPERIENCE and QUALIFICATIONS
•   Experience implementing HTB in a mid-to-large solution
•   Experience implementing Business-to-Business (B2B) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions using Health Level 7 (HL7) and HTB
•   Experience with Bulk Load will be an added advantage
•   Deep technical and architecture knowledge needed for ongoing support of client.
•   Solid PL/SQL development skills; strong data modeling skills are preferred.
•   Strong client facing skills

EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS and/or MEMBERSHIPS
Bachelor's degree in computer science or related field preferred


Send resumes with all-inclusive rate to: de.brown@pace-solutionsinc.com

 3 
 on: 04 May 2011, 01:44 
Started by Joy Merrill - Last post by Joy Merrill
Sacramento, CA

Position Summary:
Seeking an Oracle HTB Developer for an 18-month to 3-year contract position.  Qualifications are listed below.

Mandatory Qualifications:
1.At least three (3) years experience implementing health information exchange using Oracle Fusion Middleware implementation(s) within a major health care organization;
2.At least three (3) years experience developing health information management that includes Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle HTB, Orion Portal, and Initiate EMPI or equivalent;
3.Experience implementing Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle HTB, Initiate EMPI, and Orion Concerto Portal in a single integrated environment;
4.At least three (3) years experience implementing Business-to-Business (B2B) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions using Health Level 7 (HL7);
5.At least five (5) years experience performing application architecture and development services in a public and/or private sector health care environment;
6.Experience analyzing, troubleshooting, debugging, and optimizing Oracle Fusion Middleware software within complex application(s);
7.Experience monitoring, supporting, and maintaining the normal functioning of the Oracle Fusion Middleware application in a health care system;
8.Knowledge and experience overseeing technical portions of entire System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to ensure architecture compliance, timely issue resolution(s), and deliverable performance; and
9.Experience producing requirements documents, application architectures, system interfaces, data models, configuration management documents, and procedural manuals.


Send resumes to joy@staff-tech.net

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 on: 08 Jan 2011, 02:40 
Started by Joy Merrill - Last post by Joy Merrill
Sacramento, CA

Position Summary:
Seeking an Oracle HTB Developer for an 18-month to 3-year contract position.  Qualifications are listed below.

Mandatory Qualifications:
1.At least three (3) years experience implementing health information exchange using Oracle Fusion Middleware implementation(s) within a major health care organization;
2.At least three (3) years experience developing health information management that includes Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle HTB, Orion Portal, and Initiate EMPI or equivalent;
3.Experience implementing Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle HTB, Initiate EMPI, and Orion Concerto Portal in a single integrated environment;
4.At least three (3) years experience implementing Business-to-Business (B2B) and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) solutions using Health Level 7 (HL7);
5.At least five (5) years experience performing application architecture and development services in a public and/or private sector health care environment;
6.Experience analyzing, troubleshooting, debugging, and optimizing Oracle Fusion Middleware software within complex application(s);
7.Experience monitoring, supporting, and maintaining the normal functioning of the Oracle Fusion Middleware application in a health care system;
8.Knowledge and experience overseeing technical portions of entire System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) to ensure architecture compliance, timely issue resolution(s), and deliverable performance; and
9.Experience producing requirements documents, application architectures, system interfaces, data models, configuration management documents, and procedural manuals.


Send resumes to joy@staff-tech.net

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Founded in 1998, STI provides permanent and contract placement for Information Technology Professionals. Our clients include a wide variety of industries nationally such as Fortune 100 companies as well as various state, local and the federal governments.



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 on: 19 Nov 2010, 07:24 
Started by Louis V. Frolio - Last post by Louis V. Frolio
Nationwide Health Information Technology (N-HIT) is looking for a software engineer to join their team. N-HIT is a leading innovator in Health Information Technology and Clinical Health Information Exchange.  As an active and leading participant in the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN), N-HIT continues to provide engineering and architectural resources and was responsible for the first ever integration and deployment of a production CONNECT gateway.  Experience with Oracle HTB and its API & Web Services is required and experience with Oracle OHMPI is preferred.  This position can be contract or full time.

Please contact:

lfrolio@nhitconnect.org

 6 
 on: 05 Nov 2010, 23:51 
Started by Louis V. Frolio - Last post by Louis V. Frolio
Thanks John.

Louis.

 7 
 on: 05 Nov 2010, 03:26 
Started by Louis V. Frolio - Last post by John Hatem
There is no specific function in the ETS UI that supports adding in a new concept to an existing Editable Terminology coding scheme.  It is possible to add concepts using the "loader" via the UI.  At a high level you must load it using the same loader files that have been edited to add the new concepts.  The control file must have the OVERWRITE option set to true. You MUST also use the exact same version number that they used when they originally loaded the terminology.   I should have some sample files that I will upload later. 

 8 
 on: 05 Nov 2010, 01:37 
Started by Louis V. Frolio - Last post by John Hatem
In the HTB Implementation Guide product documentation, there is a section for Enterprise Terminology Services, specifically "Loading and Activating Coding Scheme Versions".  If you follow these directions and then still have questions, I suggest that you contact the Oracle Support desk to get more detailed help.  Also if you have proof that you have a valid license to use the terminology, you can also notify your Oracle HSGBU contact to get access to a web site with a prepared SNOMED CT and/or an ICD9 loader file.  It would be helpful to understand what versoin of HTB you are on, and what your solution is that you are building. 

In the same HTB  Implementation guide product documentation, there is a section for "Implementing Interterminology Mapping Using Cross Maps".  This section describes how to represent a mapping between concepts from two different terminologies.  And then it provides steps for loading the mapping.  If you follow these directions and then still have questions, I suggest you contact the Oracle Support desk to get more detailed help. 

 9 
 on: 02 Nov 2010, 01:50 
Started by Louis V. Frolio - Last post by Louis V. Frolio
Greetings All, I was wondering if anyone out there has instructions for loading SNOMED and ICD-9 concepts and crossmaps from NIH into HTB VIA the ETS loader?

 10 
 on: 26 Oct 2010, 01:26 
Started by Marc Kilburn - Last post by Marc Kilburn
Hello all,

I have a client in the mid-west who has an immedidate opening for an HTB Solution Expert.

"We need a solution architect that understands HL7 v2.5.x & v3.0 and HTB to figure out how we would submit data into the HTB"

Duration:  8-12 months

If you are interested, please send me your resume at:  mkilburn@htrjobs.com

Thanks!

Marc Kilburn
404-307-4217

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