Service Oriented Architecture Policies and Principles

The eHealth Ontario Service Oriented Architecture Policies, Principles, Standards and Guidelines explain and illustrate concepts that can help Health IT system integrators in Ontario to follow a consistent approach to linking system integration interfaces with the consideration of technical SOA best practices and Health IT standards such as HL7 and those prescribed by IHE. 

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This publication has been exempted from translation under the French Language Services Act as per O. Reg. 671/92. This publication is technical in nature and is available in English only due to its limited targeted audience.

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