The Eclipse Open Healthcare Framework (Eclipse OHF) is a project within Eclipse formed for the purpose of expediting healthcare informatics technology. The project is composed of extensible frameworks and tools which emphasize the use of existing and emerging standards in order to encourage interoperable open source infrastructure, thereby lowering integration barriers.
About the OHF Wiki
The OHF Wiki is intended for use by developers and parties interested in the underlying architecture and day-to-day use/development of Eclipse OHF. If you are only interested in using Eclipse OHF, it is recommended that you view the documentation available on the main OHF Web Site. To help keep the Wiki and associated resources as easy to use as possible, a collection of policies and best practices governing content on the OHF Wiki is available. Please read the OHF Wiki Policies and Practices before adding or modifying content in this space.
Content for the individual OHF components have been moved to their component's respective pages. Please
HL7 common terminology service built upon LexGrid repositories and technologies.
Health Level 7 v2.x toolkit.
HL7 v3 (H3ET)
The H3ET plug-ins provide a framework and exemplary tools for HL7 standards development and publishing processes.
OHF supports IHE transactions via regular RCP plugins support and even plain Java libraries through the OHF IHE profile implementations, and through Web Services using the OHF Bridge. The OHF Bridge provides a subset of the OHF IHE functionalities. It wraps them and expose SOAP calls that are routed to the plugins.
OHF is going to the North American 2008 Connectathon. Information for attendees using OHF is being compiled on IHE Connectathon 2008.
The OHF Bridge is an OHF subproject which supplies SOAP access to the OHF plugins. The page includes instructions of how to use the OHF Bridge demo PHP web application. More about the bridge:
Service oriented device architecture device integration including Device Kit and SAT.
Spatiotemporal epidemiological modeler to create models of emerging infectious disease.
The WADO Client Plug-in simplifies the way RCPs interacts with remote WADO server for fetching DICOM information. For more information see the WADO Client Plug-in Wiki Page.
- OHF Project Home Page
- OHF Committers Blog
- OHF FAQ
- OHF Glossary
- Submit Bugs to OHF
- Contributing to OHF
- OHF Media Pack
- OHF Presentations
The OHF Project holds a weekly teleconference for committers. The notes from the meetings are posted here. View the OHF Committer Meeting Notes.