The MLM has five sections that are predefined, and the sections are referred to as slots in the Arden specifications. Arden coding guidelines must be followed and preserved for the MLM. The MLM is responsible for retrieving the response from the doctor and passing the response to DLL, and the DLL method sends the provider's response to the client's API.
Since the client’s codebase was already mature and established, all new development mimicked the existing architecture in order to preserve integrity. To do so, we leveraged the following technologies:
In addition to the client’s parameters, we also maintained our Chetu standard for development. This included naming conventions and standards and keeping the developer-client channels of communication open throughout the project. By keeping these channels open, we were able to meaningful comments, producing a more successful final source code. The final source code has been deployed, and the Allscripts integration was an overall success. Now, the client maintains three EHR platform integrations and has widened their client base to include Allscripts users, ushering in a new era for healthcare technology.
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