Sunday, March 20, 2011

Dynamic Routing Using Health Information Policy with Apache Camel

My thesis has been published in Springer Communications in Computer and Information Science under the publication for "Biomedical Engineering Systems and Technologies, Third International Joint Conference, BIOSTEC 2010, Valencia, Spain, January 20-23, 2010, Revised Selected Papers".

The abstract and first three pages of the paper can be access via the links above. The system we describe uses a dynamic content based router, implemented using Apache Camel, that routes data based upon Health Information Policies. As policies change so does the routing of data. We take the view point of Health care policy administrators making decisions instead of network managers. I actually worked on this paper back in 2009, with it being presented in conference in 2010 - a back log at the publisher has it finally being in print later this month (hence the out of date Progress Software reference).

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