Web Services: Corepoint Integration Engine
This 2-day online training class gives you hands-on experience developing six common interfaces to connect through SOAP and RESTful web services. You will learn how web services are used in Healthcare, their roles (client vs. server), common terminology, and their message structure.
Day 1 uses SOAP-based web services to create interfaces to send an HL7 message to a referring physician, call a vocabulary mapping application, and provide a web service for clients to call. Day 2 builds on these scenarios using RESTful web services to create the interfaces.
No prior knowledge of web services is required, but it will be helpful.
What You Will Learn
- Discuss web service use cases and define common terms
- Call a web service using a sender connection to deliver a message
- Call a web service within an action list as a part of data mapping
- Host a web service within a receiver connection
Web Services Course Summary Video
1 | Completed Level 1 training. You should be proficient in building the interfaces taught in Level 1.
2 | Class Setup – Two monitors or a computer with a projector for your group. For each student, one monitor is to view the Virtual Machine window displaying your student training computer where you will complete lab activities in Corepoint Integration Engine. The other monitor or projector screen is to view the instructor’s screen in the GoToTraining online meeting room. You will test access to the VM before class, and then be given access to your student VM on Day 1.
Class Format & Time
2-day, instructor-led, hands-on web training
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. CT
$2,000 for one interactive web session; $500 for each additional attendee
Includes a web connection to the classroom environment and a printed manual for each attendee.