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
In an earlier blog post FHIR R4 at Firely, my colleague Ardon outlined our product roadmap for 2019. In this post, we will explore the changes that FHIR R4 introduces in the profiling and conformance layer and how this affects Forge, the… 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
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
(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