Chris Lang for the Mirth Team writes:
We are very excited to announce Mirth 1.6. Mirth 1.6 adds NCPDP transaction support to Mirth’s growing list of supported standards which include HL7, X12, EDI, and XML.
Mirth 1.6 also includes new enterprise features such as support for high-volume transaction processing and a plug-in architecture to simplify the inclusion and distribution of Mirth extensions.
Here is a list of some of the features added to Mirth in this release:
- NCPDP messaging support
- Plug-in functionality
- Enhanced message workflow
- Global scripting support
- Deploy, Shutdown, Postprocessor scripts
- Client-mode LLP Receiver
- Real-time connection status monitoring
- Web-Service authentication
- Dynamic listener/sender addresses
- Improved LLP, JMS, HTTP and TCP connectors
- Ability to poll by time of day (JDBC, File, FTP, SFTP)
- Ability to access sockets from transformer
- Compatibility fixes for Meditech, Centricity and .Net servers
- Backup and Restore
- Upgrade and Migration support
- JBoss compatibility
For the full list of enhancements and bug fixes in Mirth 1.6 see the
release notes at:
The Mirth Project resonates with Health Information Exchanges (HIE), EHR and PHR vendors, laboratories, hospitals, and HIT system integrators. NCPDP transaction support is a natural extension for Mirth to fast-track the pharmacy industry with low-cost interoperability solutions. The National Council for Prescription Drug Programs thought that NCPDP transaction support in Mirth is a great idea:
"Mirth is an open source, standards-based Health IT messaging system that supports NCPDP, X12N, EDI, and HL7 transactions and, as a result, aligns well with the messaging infrastructure advocated by the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs," said Lee Ann Stember, President of the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs Organization. "Being an OSS HIT interface engine solution, Mirth lowers cost barriers, fosters the NCPDP community, and could facilitate common infrastructures for pharmacy claims, Medication Therapy Management (MTM), and automated Prior Authorization (PA) systems, to name a few."
You can download Mirth 1.6 at: http://mirthproject.org
2) ALL NEW WEBINAR SET FOR SEPTEMBER 4TH
We are pleased to announce an ALL NEW Mirth Webinar. This webinar will focus on a demonstration of Mirth 1.6 features and a Mirth Appliance solution.
Mirth 1.6 Webinar
Tuesday, September 4th, 2007 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT
Thanks for all your contributions and support!