Integrating healthcare services, Part 2, Using Apache ServiceMix as a Healthcare Service Bus

Interconnect multiple JBI servers hosting healthcare applications

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Bilal Siddiqui

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | First published: June 08, 2010

A Healthcare Service Bus (HSB) enables diverse healthcare applications to interconnect and interoperate for efficient service delivery. Part 1 of this two-part article discusses the aggregation of healthcare services using Java™ Business Integration (JBI) architecture. This concluding installment shows how you can use an open source JBI implementation — Apache ServiceMix — as an HSB. You'll configure an application as a ServiceMix-hosted internal service, learn how to interconnect multiple JBI environments, and find out how you can integrate an industry standard for healthcare interoperability into ServiceMix.

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