HXP is the standard data exchange protocol being used by healthcare applications to communicate
transparently with each other regardless of their platforms.
HXP makes data exchange among healthcare applications:
HXP consists of XML message format and the Procedure Call Dictionary (PCD). The XML
message is currently based on the open standard
specifications of the XML-RPC protocol. This is not an absolute decision and may change in the phases of development.
It is a protocol for making and receiving procedure calls over the internet and thus allow reception and transmission of data among remote
What this means is that different healthcare information systems can use HXP to "ask each other questions" or "talk to each other".
How is it used?
Using HXP is just like making a function call in your program, only the computer that executes the function could be thousands of miles away.
In normal programming situations, an interface library is usually
used that handles the actual message formatting. The programmer does
not need to know exactly how the message is formatted. With the use
of the library, he uses his usual programming conventions to
send and receive messages.
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