Welcome to this three-part blog series about managing FHIR projects and resources on Simplifier.net. Discover hidden gems and features you may not know about! Let’s explore how they are used by different healthcare organizations and FHIR consultants around the world.
In this blog post, I will show you how to make your first, customized FHIR profile in less than one hour. The fastest way to do this is with Forge. Forge is a feature-complete FHIR editor for data modelers, developers, and… Continue reading →
Part 3 of Hidden Gems on Simplifier.net That Make Your FHIR Work Easier Welcome to the third and final part of our series on Simplifier.net‘s hidden gems and features! In our last articles, we covered features to help you manage FHIR projects… Continue reading →
Welcome to the second part of our series on Simplifier.net’s hidden gems and features! Together we will dive into the world of FHIR validation. Let’s get started with an overview of what validation is.
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 →
After completing your FHIR profiles, the next step will 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 possible that your published profiles… Continue reading →
The much appreciated beta testers of Simplifier can use the new Implementation Guide (IG) editor. To become a beta tester, follow the instructions on this link! In this blogpost I will show you how to make an IG using Simplifier.… Continue reading →
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