FHIR allows resources to introduce polymorphic or choice type elements. A choice type element supports multiple data types. The name of a choice type element always ends with [x]. A profile can constrain the list of allowed data types of… Continue reading
During the recent FHIR DevDays in Redmond WA (US), there were a couple of speakers representing the patient perspective. We recorded some video interviews in Redmond to discuss the increasing role of patients within the FHIR community and at FHIR… Continue reading
TL;DR; Vonk FHIR Server supports Custom Resources. Define your own resourcetypes, store and validate them in Vonk just like any other resource. But don’t try to exchange them with others. What are Custom Resources? Custom Resources in this blog and… Continue reading
They say you learn by trial and error. Or as Dutch people like to say: “by falling and rising”. We are famous for biking. We ride our bikes everywhere. Even when it’s windy, rainy or when the roads are covered… Continue reading
Today is my birthday. Yes, thank you very much. In our offices we have a longstanding tradition of treating your colleagues on your birthday, even now that the company has grown substantially over the years. But between the plank challenges… Continue reading
The FHIR R4 roadmap for the API, Simplifier, Forge and Vonk TL;DR Product Release Expected (2019) Release content .NET API Alpha January R4 resources, FHIR client Beta February Final April Snapshot generation, validation and bug fixes Simplifier Alpha February R4… Continue reading
In the first week of May, Prior to the HL7 working group meeting in the beautiful city of Cologne, we published a new Forge release for FHIR STU3 (version 18.6). In this article, we will take a closer look at… Continue reading
TL;DR Vonk provides Access Control based on OpenIDConnect and the claims as defined by SMART on FHIR. It can be used in Vonk FHIR Server and Facade. May I borrow your bike? Last week a neighbor of ours wanted to… Continue reading
About the history of element identifiers in FHIR and relevant changes in the STU3 specification.
Create your first FHIR profile with Forge, the HL7 FHIR profile authoring tool.