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1 Connected Health Framework
A Stable Foundation for Agile Healthcare An Architecture & Design Blueprint In-depth Architectural Guidance - from Requirements to Solutions

2 Vision Define an overarching framework for Health Industry Architecture Best practices for service oriented health information integration and collaboration architectures Enterprise-, state-, province- and country-wide projects Faster ROI Based on open standards and protocols Develop ecosystem of CHF-enabled solutions Faster ROI for customers Benchmark for partners solutions

3 Connected Health Framework
Focus is on major issues specific to Connected Health solutions Provides: A Business Pattern for Healthcare A Reference Technical Architecture for Healthcare Based on real worldwide experience Created, reviewed and approved by Microsoft architects, engineering teams and consultants and Microsoft Partners and Customers

4 Guiding Principles Achieve Application Integration, through
A Stable Foundation and Agile Implementations Managed Multiplicity of Platform and Location Flexible Application Configuration and Process Engineering Consistent, available, understandable Data Sources Legacy Rejuvenation and Reuse Expressed as: A Business Pattern for Healthcare Achieve Technical Interoperability, through Open Standards Best Practice Guidelines State of the Art technical capabilities Secure, manageable, efficient infrastructures A Reference Architecture for Connected Health

5 The Connected Health Framework in Context

6 CHF Business Framework
The CHF Business Framework uses a service oriented approach to Define business components and major subject areas Offer a range of services that can be “orchestrated” to enable and support business processes Leverage existing sources of functionality and information It provides a Business Pattern for Healthcare The Connected Healthcare Framework is focused on the achievement of Application Integration and Technical Interoperability. It uses a Service-oriented Approach anfd offers a number of “Business Components” from which Healthcare solutions can be built.

7 CHF Business Framework
This diagram shows a Business Pattern for Healthcare as envisaged by the CHF Business Framework. Patterns are useful things. A pattern describes a generic solution to a recurring problem, within a defined context. The basic premise of patterns is that, if something has been done successfully before, don’t reinvent the wheel. Developing and implementing a Service Oriented Architecture is amenable to a pattern-based approach. Patterns are available to address the business, integration and technical aspects of SOA. There are two possible, but complementary, ways to look at this – the first is to say that other enterprises, operating is a similar business domain, probably have an inventory of business components and services similar to yours. The implementations will be different because the infrastructural environment will be different, but in terms on conceptual function and data, they will be similar. For Patient-centric Healthcare, we have defined of a number of business components and services. These were derived from real-life and proof-of-concept projects and include: Patient Component Professional Access History Component Patients’ Events Component Patient Consents Component Health Subject Component Care Pathways Component Appointments Component GP & Hospital Systems Access Component Clinical Processes Component Groups & Teams Component Professionals Component Permissions Component This list forms a basic inventory of components for a patient-centric care record system. Specializing the above definition, a Business Pattern describes a re-usable approach to the solution of a particular business problem, usually scoped by a business process. It offers a solution based on previous success in defining solutions to the same, or similar, business problems. A business pattern may be described as an ‘Architectural template for a business solution’. The components are platform and technology independent and each is also functionally independent and uniquely “owns” its data. Indicative contents (function and data) have been defined. The functionality and data is made available via defined services. These services have been identified. The component based approach provides a highly modular Integration Framework and, besides providing a development specification, provides means of evaluating the content, coverage and fit of 3rd party and legacy derived components. Given an inventory of components and services such as this, we can foresee a potential service-oriented architecture for Healthcare as in this diagram. The formation of this Business Pattern is described in detail in Part 2 of the CHF Architecture and Design Blueprint. The detailed structure and content of the Healthcare Business Components is described in Part 4.

8 CHF Technical Framework
The CHF Technical Framework addresses: Multiplicity of services, sources of data and systems Management of patient and clinician identity Integration across multiple systems Flexibility and agility Security Scalability, Performance and Availability It provides a Reference Architecture for Service Oriented Healthcare Integration

9 CHF Technical Framework
This diagram shows a typical reference architecture, based on the Microsoft Connected Healthcare Framework (CHF), for implementing an e-Health integration solution. The Reference Architecture is centered round the use of the Connected Health Services Hub which enables the provision of a number of services including: Identity Management Services Privacy and Security Services Presentation and Point of Access Services Service Publication and Location Services Electronic Health Record (EHR) Services Health Domain Services Health Registry Services Integration Services Data Services System Management Services Communication Services These are described in detail in Part3 of the CHF Architecture and Design Blueprint

10 Key Architectural Principles
3/25/2017 Key Architectural Principles Service oriented architecture Allows for modular and flexible approach Based on open standards Focus on the basics, add additional services later Discoverability of services Data network UI is an additional service Federated or centralized data Focus on subset of Critical Care Information Data ownership is preserved Federated security Centralized security management extremely complex Trustworthy Reliable, fault tolerant… 10

11 Support for Both Centralized and Federated Deployment Models

12 A Stable Foundation for Agile Healthcare

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