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December 19, 2012

The scalable trust story: Introducing the trust bundle


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

This is a tale of two forces whose combined synergies have created a perfect storm triggering an urgent call to action. Our protagonists, scalable trust and patient engagement, are driving the escalation of solutions to a long-standing problem in Direct exchange: the establishment of trust between HISPs.... Read full story


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October 23, 2012

Direct Project: Does your system deliver?


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

Early this year, a conversation spawned between a colleague and me regarding usage of the Direct Project in workflows other than simple email. It quickly became apparent that he had a specific use case in mind and was focused on a not-so-well understood section of the Direct Project specification: disposition notifications (how the Direct Project implements quality of service [QoS]).... Read full story


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Tags: HISP


April 12, 2012

The Direct Project: A modular view - part three


By: Greg Meyer, director, principal architect, Cerner

In part one of this series on the Direct Project, I discussed the backbone transport and message gateway the program uses. In part two, I explored Direct’s security and trust modules and the importance of establishing meaningful trust relationships between HISPs. In this brief, final post, I will define edge protocols and clients and briefly touch on a few policy elements that govern the day-to-day operations of Direct.... Read full story


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