Back End Simulator (compiled and source code versions) An example system that be used to simulate a business system exchanging data with Noah System
HIMSA Provided Technical Support for WSI Members
History and Original Intention
The WSI API is a stable and mature API that was first released in January 2012. The original intent was to create an API that could be used, without the need for support, by smaller businesses that would like to integrate their EMR system where Noah and the EMR system are located in the same premise or network. Over the years, many companies have used the API successfully in other types of environments using their own customizations.
HIMSA often receives questions in regard to “Cloud Readiness” with the WSI API. This topic is an increasingly popular topic. HIMSA strongly suggests that you review Business System Integration Options recorded presentation in order to quickly obtain a good overview of the strengths and weaknesses of the WSI API.
Member Company Developer Responsibilities
The member company development team has the following responsibilities:
Have experience working with a SOAP-based API, or be prepared to gain knowledge for using a SOAP-based API via a training course arranged by you
Read and make use of the provided API documentation
Use the sample system (developed with C#) as an example that demonstrates the uses of the API. The source code to this application is provided.