Welcome to the Fhirplace

After almost two years of working on FHIR, things are starting to take shape: a draft standard for trial use in September, more and more people joining in to shape the standard and participate in a connectathon. But there’s so much more to tell than our specification (you know, the one at hl7) can ever show, discussions on our Skype channels being one of them: why did we design a certain feature the way we did? what are we designing at the moment? what are my experiences building one of the world’s first FHIR servers?

And there’s social pressure too: many of you have hinted that I shouldn’t keep this all to myself and that you’d really like some more insight into what we are doing.

So, here you go, this is my newly born blog. Give me some time to get used to the medium. Some time to find a free slot for it in my already Fhir-filled days. Tell me what you like, tell me what you don’t. You’re even welcome to correct my English.

Now, have a seat around the Fhirplace.

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  1. Grahame Grieve on said:

    hi and welcome!

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