CaboLabs design and deliver a series of courses specialized on improving the skills needed
to work in the Health Informatics field, both for clinical and IT roles.
We designed the first online course of openEHR Fundamentals and Implementation, and the first
coures on Clinical Databases with openEHR, with the support of the Chilean Association of
Healthcare Informatics (ACHISA) and the Italian Hospital of
Buenos Aires (HIBA).
Our courses have a unique approach, leveraging more than 10 years of research and development in eHealth, and working on real EHR implementation and integration projects around the world. Our goal is to promote standards and disseminate knowledge that will allow to create better systems to help clinicians improve the quality of healthcare.
Since 2011, our courses had more than 400 students from 16 contries.
This is the first course on Design and Implementation of Clinical Databases with the openEHR standard. This advanced course focuses on the implementation of clinical repositories and is aimed at IT professionals and students. Topics covered include the introduction of clinical repositories requirements, the openEHR Information Model, Techniques and Technologies that facilitated the Design and Implementation, using openEHR Archetypes in software, and advanced concepts such as version control and Service Oriented Architectures.
This is the first Course of Interoperability between Healthcare Information Systems that includes practical work with international standards such as HL7, DICOM and openEHR. Covers different communication protocols such as TCP, MLLP, HTTP and SOAP, interchange formats such as ER7, JSON and XML, and the use state-of-the-art tools for the implementation and verification of interoperability between systems.
This workshop is an excellent opportunity to gain experience working with the HL7 messaging standard and Mirth Connect: the best open source Integration Engine for healthcare. The workshop has practical orientation, based on the execution of different integration scenarios using HL7 messages, XML and JSON documents, and standard communication protocols like TCP, MLLP and HTTP.
Learn about the openEHR standard and the tools available for it's implementation, with the aim of improving the quality of software in healthcare, making generic, flexible, adaptable, extensible, interoperable, maintainable and future-proof systems. The student will be trained in modeling of clinical content through the archetype formalism, to be used in software as an external source of knowledge instead of hardcoding that knowledge within the software increasing development and maintainability costs and jeopardizing the viability of long-term projects.
This course will aim current needs of clinical roles to participate in the modeling process to specify Electronic Clinical Records. This course is currently under development. Please contact us if you have any questions.
This workshop exposes all the steps needed to design and implement valid HL7 CDA clinical documents in real software systems, allowing students to code and test every aspect of the CDA implementation. It includes an introduction to the HL7 v3 specifications, the CDA model, clinical document design process, XML generation, validation, processing, and visualization, usage of standard terminologies and CDA implementation guides.
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