Leveraging JSON for Healthcare Interoperability

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Thursday, September 17, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. EST

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Webinar Recording

Webinar Summary

There is an emerging alternative to XML called JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) that is more compact and easier to manipulate than XML. This could have many benefits to healthcare interoperability.

In part 4 of our webinar series, Darwesh Mangat and Hector Konomi from Dapasoft will discuss and demonstrate:

  • JSON capabilities in BizTalk Server 2013 R2
  • How to consume and decode JSON messages in BizTalk
  • How to create XSD schemas from JSON samples messages
  • How to encode XML messages back into JSON
  • Q&A session

The Presenters

Darwesh Mangat

Darwesh, the Director of Integration Services at Dapasoft, has over 10 years of total professional IT experience in the financial and healthcare vertical. His role is to oversee and insure successful implementation of BizTalk Integration Projects from conception to final implementation.  He has widespread experience in architecture and developing integration platforms within the domain of Ecommerce & content management. Darwesh understands first-hand the challenges and complexity that come with achieving interoperability across the enterprise and believes integration plays the central role in connecting health systems to effortlessly communicate and share data.

Hector Konomi

Hector KonomiAs a Senior Consultant at Dapasoft, Hector has 16 years of experience in architecting large, complex enterprise and Web systems using SOA/SaaS/PaaS core principles. During those years he also had experience with Integration solutions and enterprise portals using Microsoft BizTalk Server and Microsoft SharePoint/MOSS – including EDI/X12, AS2 and HL7 standards, Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS), BPM solutions (Savvion), multi-user applications (up to thousands of concurrent users) and optimizing application performance.