Andover Working Group

Andover Working Group

A group of informatics industry professionals and vendors which worked to improve application interoperability with the aim of delivering standards-based solutions for healthcare, which feature plug-and-play interoperability across the continuum of healthcare.
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HP is a founding member of the Clinical Context Object Workgroup (CCOW) and the Andover Working Group.
Harrington says his goal as technical co-chair for the Andover Working Group is to accelerate the adoption of standards-based systems by providing precise implementation specifications for those standards and also to develop middleware that will support the deployment of the standards.
The software environment the Andover Working Group has created is called the Enterprise Communication Framework.
Although this technology has not been released to the commercial market, Harrington says the first versions have been distributed to core members of the Andover Working Group.
HP is a founding member of CCOW and the Andover Working Group.
ppian resulted from the collaborative efforts of MicroScript Corporation, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard's Andover Working Group and the ActiveX for Healthcare Committee.
The appian design results from the collaboration of MicroScript Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, Hewlett Packard's Medical Products Division and the two industry standards groups, the Andover Working Group and the ActiveX for Healthcare Committee.
Hewlett-Packard Company and the Andover Working Group (AWG) today announced that vendors attending HIMSS '99 will -- for the first time -- be able to demonstrate commercial applications based on the joint effort of the AWG and the Microsoft(R) Healthcare User Group's ActiveX for Healthcare Committee (AHC).
HP is the founding member and chair of the Andover Working Group, a 300-member initiative focused on developing standards-based interoperability between healthcare applications.
HP is the founding member of the Andover Working Group, a 300-member initiative focused on developing standards-based interoperability between healthcare applications.