By Alves, F.; Abelha, A.; Machado, J.; Neves, J.; Neves, J.
ESM 2010 - 2010 European Simulation and Modelling Conference
HL7(Health Level 7 ) provides interoperability standards that improve patient treatment, optimize the work flow, reduce the ambiguity and improve the knowledge trans- fer between healthcare facilities, governmental agencies and the provider community, i.e., all these processes must be handled with scientific accuracy and technical ability, with compromising transparency, responsibility and practicability. Indeed, any healthcare application need to communicate with its peers, once their added value is based on integration. In order to accomplish this goal we will consider performance studies of HL7 messages on a client-server architecture built on Mirth Connect and tested with client and server running on localhost, client and server on separate machines but in the same network and client and server on different machines and different networks.