HL7 Launches Helios FHIR Accelerator For Public Health

Electronic Health Reporter

The article HL7 Launches Helios FHIR Accelerator For Public Health appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial FHIR FHIR Accelerator for Public Health Health Level Seven International Micky TripathiThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited.

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HL7 Launches FAST FHIR Accelerator To Jumpstart FHIR-Based Interoperability Solutions

Electronic Health Reporter

Health Level Seven International (HL7) announces the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology’s (ONC’s) FHIR at Scale Taskforce (FAST) will transition into an HL7 FHIR Accelerator. The article HL7 Launches FAST FHIR Accelerator To Jumpstart FHIR-Based Interoperability Solutions appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial Charles Jaffe FHIR HL7 FHIR Accelerator

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Where Are We At With FHIR? with Joe Gagnon and Dr. Don Rucker from 1upHealth

Healthcare IT Today

It feels like FHIR has gone through all the hype cycles you can imagine in the decade or so that FHIR’s been around. I’ve heard FHIR described as the solution to healthcare’s woes and heard others describe its limitations.

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Fhun with FHIR – #HITsm Chat Topic

Healthcare IT Today

This week’s chat will be hosted by Jeremy Coleman (@JeremyColeman) on the topic “Fhun with FHIR.” HL7 created FHIR to be a […]. We’re excited to share the topic and questions for this week’s #HITsm chat happening Friday, 10/8 at Noon ET (9 AM PT).

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FHIR Forms: Theory and background

HAY on FHIR

In this set of posts we’re going to dig into how FHIR supports the use of forms in collecting information. . Forms are ubiquitous in healthcare (and other domains for that matter) so it makes sense that there is some specific support in FHIR for them.

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API Security conference -- on #FHIR

Healthcare Exchange Standards

Protecting a FHIR API starts with fundamentals of protecting an API. So please secure your #FHIR API and Apps. Join me at my presentations at #APISecure2022 where I will be surrounded by far smarter people on API security.

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HL7 Starts Project Vulcan FHIR Accelerator Program

Electronic Health Reporter

The article HL7 Starts Project Vulcan FHIR Accelerator Program appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial FHIR HL7 HL7 Starts Project Vulcan FHIR Accelerator Program HL7 VulcanThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter.

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Big Bet on FHIR Paying Off for Smile CDR

Healthcare IT Today

Smile CDR has built a clinical data repository that is completely based on the HL7 FHIR standard. Healthcare IT Hospital - Health System Interoperability IT Clinical Data Repository DaVinci Project Duncan Weatherston FHIR hl7 Smile CDR UPMC Enterprises

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InScope podcast: #FHIR security

Healthcare Exchange Standards

We talked about FHIR security and such. In the podcast, the combination of Alissa, Mike, and I is powerful as we all focus on different parts of security applied to FHIR : Design, Protection, Vulnerability.

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Security Vulnerabilities in FHIR implementations

Health Intersections

There’s a new report out that finds lots of security vulnerabilities in FHIR implementations, both client and server. Unforunately, the media write up isn’t entirely accurate: In fact, every tested FHIR app enabled API access to patient health data belonging to other individuals.

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Accessing Lab data via FHIR – part 4

HAY on FHIR

Could be FHIR resources, but more likely a database structure specific to the needs of the lab domain. Well, the simple explanation is that it is a FHIR server (in that it exposes a FHIR interface) that specializes in terminology functionality. FHIR Operation?

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Industry Voices—FHIR, interoperability and revaluing healthcare

Fierce Healthcare

Industry Voices—FHIR, interoperability and revaluing healthcare. hlandi. Mon, 04/11/2022 - 09:55

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#FHIR Distribution Map 2020

Health Intersections

Hit rates on the server are still growing relatively linearly: FHIRThis is a map we produce annually or so that shows all a geo-location resolution of all the hits on [link] (thanks James Agnew).

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FHIR Document Digital Signatures

Healthcare Exchange Standards

I was asked about Digital Signatures for FHIR documents: I am working on __ IG that is FHIR document based and we need a means to prove authenticity. I see a lot of references to CDA documents and signatures, but not much in the ay of FHIR documents.

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Accessing lab data via FHIR – part 1

HAY on FHIR

This will be the first post in a short series that considers a very useful interaction – accessing Laboratory data such as blood tests from a repository of data via (of course) a FHIR API.

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IHE is on #FHIR

Healthcare Exchange Standards

I wanted to stress it here as I am finding many people do not understand that IHE has many Implementation Guides (IHE-Profiles) that leverage FHIR. IHE has published 32 Implementation Guides that use FHIR. Here are my other FHIR articles

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FHIR enabling an Immunization Registry- part 3

HAY on FHIR

Looking at the proposal for the next version of FHIR (R5) it is multiple, but we can’t use that yet. So we’ve made a few proposals in the last couple of posts : The national immunization plan/protocol will be represented as a PlanDefinition / ActivityDefinitions (PD/AD).

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Security of #FHIR implementations concerns

Healthcare Exchange Standards

Security Report: " The New Healthcare Ecosystem will depend on FHIR APis, but Are They Secure? This was not an attempt to bring down FHIR, but rather to challenge us all to be better. This report says nothing negative about the FHIR standard, it was focused on implementations.

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HL7 Launches FHIR Accelerator Program

Electronic Health Reporter

Health Level Seven International (HL7), announces the launch of the HL7 FHIR Accelerator Program. The goal is to strengthen the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) standard and enhance market adoption through a programmatic approach […]. The article HL7 Launches FHIR Accelerator Program appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial Charles Jaffe Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources FHIR Health Level Seven International HL7

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Family FHIR – with sushi

HAY on FHIR

I was trying to remember how to represent family relationships in FHIR – to record that one person is related to another, maybe a mother / daughter relationship, assuming that each person is already represented by a Patient resource.

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Explaining #FHIR Consent examples

Healthcare Exchange Standards

This article includes explanation of some example scenarios and points at example Consent resources for them. These example scenarios are provided for educational use only, they are not an endorsement of these scenarios.

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FHIR Security & Privacy Tutorial

Healthcare Exchange Standards

See Security Topics , Consent/Privacy , and FHIR for index to these articles

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FHIR Security and Privacy Tutorial

Healthcare Exchange Standards

I have given a tutorial on FHIR Security and Privacy at a couple of HL7 events, and some HL7 distance learning. See Security Topics , Consent/Privacy , and FHIR for index to these articles. Audit FHIR OAuth Provenance

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Agile improvements toward #FHIR

Healthcare Exchange Standards

This article is where I muse about getting to that beautiful future based on #FHIR. Break Everything One possibly that some advocate is turn off what we have today, and everyone and everything switch to using http RESTful FHIR. CDA can take on new use-cases just as well as FHIR can.

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Indian Covid-19 Telehealth Application (based on #FHIR)

Health Intersections

A couple of weekends ago, HL7 India held the inaugural FHIR Connectathon for India. India, btw, has a massive base of engineers who understand FHIR, since there’s so much outsourcing to India – India has always loomed large in the geo-resolution of hits on the FHIR test servers.

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Soliciting Feedback concerning the roadmap for #FHIR R5

Health Intersections

FHIR HL7See my post over at the onfhir blog: [link].

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More Health Systems Are Catching FHIR

Electronic Health Reporter

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources or FHIR was introduced in 2014 as a data standard for electronic health records to adopt, enabling improved access in sharing health data. The article More Health Systems Are Catching FHIR appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources FHIR Patricia Hyle StayWellThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited.

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Converting v2 to FHIR

HAY on FHIR

At the recent Working Group Meeting in Montreal, I participated in the ‘v2 to FHIR’ stream – focused on how can the HL7 community give advice to implementers about converting v2 messages into FHIR bundles. Broadly there are 2 approaches to this conversion: The creation of a FHIR message bundle that mirrors the contents of the v2 message, and is intended to be an equivalent representation, behaving in the same way as v2 messages.

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Accessing lab data via FHIR – part 3

HAY on FHIR

It’s not the way that the resources are represented ‘on the wire’ (Json & XML are generally used for this), it’s an authoring tool and uses the sushi tool to generate the FHIR resources from the FSH. In this post we’re going to take a look at more aspects of coding data.

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Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Explained

Perficient

FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) Specification is a standard published by HL7 for exchanging healthcare information electronically. FHIR aims to simplify implementation without sacrificing information integrity. Why is HL7 FHIR Important? Benefits of HL7 FHIR.

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Hot Damn, Healthcare Is On FHIR!

Electronic Health Reporter

The healthcare technology world is ablaze, on FHIR. Specifically, in large part through a structure known as FHIR. This “FHIR” the market is speaking […]. The article Hot Damn, Healthcare Is On FHIR! This article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Scott E. Rupp, publisher, Electronic Health Reporter.

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Accessing Lab data via FHIR – part 3a

HAY on FHIR

And finally it was also pointed out that the ConceptMap resource is undergoing significant revision in the next FHIR release (version 5) that will introduce breaking changes. So there have been a few comments on the series thus far (a good thing!)

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Apple’s New Healthcare Records App Beta Version — Following HL7’s FHIR Standards — Launched

Electronic Health Reporter

The article Apple’s New Healthcare Records App Beta Version — Following HL7’s FHIR Standards — Launched appeared first on electronichealthreporter.com. Editorial 21Twelve Interactive Apple EHR Apple Health App FHIR FHIR Standards Manan GhadawalaThis article is copyrighted strictly for Electronic Health Reporter. Illegal copying is prohibited. By Manan Ghadawala, founder, 21Twelve Interactive. The healthcare system seems to become better every day.

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FHIR Documents (and other stuff)

HAY on FHIR

I had an email from a company which had a number of really good questions about exposing data through FHIR, so I thought I’d write a post about it rather than just replying directly as it may be of interest to others (and also gives others the opportunity to disagree with me ). There’s a lot more to say about documents in FHIR – but hopefully this describes the basics.

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Mantras for Secure FHIR Development

Healthcare Exchange Standards

This morning I presented to the India FHIR-Connectathon on the topic: Mantras for Secure FHIR Development The slides are available in google slide desk. Summarized below Alissa Knight -- White Hat Hacker The New Healthcare Ecosystem will depend on FHIR APIs, but are They Secure?

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FHIR Bundle Visualizer

HAY on FHIR

So a little while back I wrote about an app I developed during the WGM Connectathon to send an HL7 v2 message to a converter app, and display the response (a FHIR Bundle ) in a number of visualizations after validating it using the community supplied validation tool (actually, exposed by the reference servers via the $validate operation).

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FHIR enabling an Immunization registry – part 4

HAY on FHIR

So we’ve talked about how to represent an immunization program both in the abstract (the overall definition of a national plan) and the specific (the plan applied to an individual). In addition, we discussed how to submit the actual administrations to the registry.

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Accessing lab data via FHIR – part 2

HAY on FHIR

Before we start thinking of the specifics of coding in lab tests, a quick review of coded data in FHIR in general is probably a good idea. This is a common pattern in the FHIR core spec.

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#FHIR DevDays & LMICS Discounts

Health Intersections

FHIR DevDays Amsterdam/Europe edition is coming up soon: November 17-20. Although DevDays is purely online this time, and potentially accessible anywhere in the world, it actually is the European edition in a meaningful way – it’s loaded and rich with European content.

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A good hot beverage on #FHIR

Healthcare Exchange Standards

Given that #FHIR heats a hot beverage. Dave Pyke and I collaborated on a FHIR Implementation Guide on how to brew a good hot beverage, following RFC-2324 from April 1st 1998 -- see the our " Hot Beverage FHIR Implementation Guide " #AprilFoolsDay

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