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.
By Ardon Toonstra – After completing your FHIR profiles, the next step will probably be to make them available to the world. Publishing your profiles will enable, for instance, app developers to build on your work. It may even be… Continue reading
The PHR is the holy grail of health IT. Whereas the EHR belongs to the doctor, the PHR – the Personal Health Record – belongs to the patient. The PHR combines your own data and data from your healthcare providers… Continue reading
On the 19th of November, during the FHIR Developer Days (http://fhir.furore.com/Events/DevDays2015), students from 4 universities gather in Amsterdam to FHIR up the place. And I’m excited! Around 20 students come here to the Firely Offices from: Medical University of Vienna University of Applied… Continue reading
Firely has recently been exploring the topic of authoring implementation guides for FHIR profiles. In this blog posting, I’d like to share some of our preliminary ideas with you. First let’s introduce a couple of key concepts. So what is a… Continue reading
First of all, let’s start with some introductions: My name is Marten Smits, I am Ewout’s colleague, and formerly an intern at Firely. I graduated last July at the University of Amsterdam, where I studied Medical Informatics. Since August, I… Continue reading
At the upcoming May HL7 Workgroup Meeting in Phoenix, we will organize the 6th FHIR Connectathon. Track 2 will focus on Questionnaires, so both client and server developers can test their skills at creating and supporting the Questionnaire resource. As well,… Continue reading
(and here’s part 2: ) https://vimeo.com/88235048 Granted, FHIR Profiles are some of the more complex parts of the HL7 FHIR standard, but also one of the most important ones to learn about if you want to adapt FHIR to your needs… Continue reading