Efficient Interaction between Hospital information (HIS) and laboratory information systems (LIS) provide a smooth laboratory testing process and data consistency. The current software ecosystem can be characterized by its rapid changes that can lead to breaks in HIS-LIS interaction and problems with semantic interoperability of the systems. To avoid such problems developers can clusterize software applications into small, easily supportable functional units that can be changed on demand without effecting other pieces of software. This approach commonly referred to as microservice architecture. The goal the research is to develop a FHIR based microservice platform that connects HIS, LIS and a Clinical decision support system (CDSS) into unified information space. A microservice platform has been implemented and now is in the production operation processing around 15000 orders a day.
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