Author: <span>Ewout Kramer</span>

A sidecar named FHIR – the easy way to implement a FHIR server

Implementing a FHIR server can seem intimidating, especially if your current data architecture uses multiple data…

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FHIR versioning: the latest news from the Working Group Meeting

Welcome back to Baltimore! There’s no doubt that interoperability flourishes best when we meet in person…

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Firely server software and the Log4Shell (CVE-2021-44228) vulnerability

Firely's client product Forge and server products Simplifier and Firely Server are written for the Microsoft…

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What’s New and What Changed in the 2.0 Version of Our Firely .NET SDK?

We recently launch the 2.0 version of our open source Firely .NET SDK. This new version…

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Versioning and Canonical URLs

At last week’s FHIR Developer Days in Amsterdam, we had a highly enjoyable break-out session on…

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Profiles in FHIR

As I said last week, most of my work currently centers around implementing FHIR’s Profile functionality.…

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Authoring FHIR Profiles

(and here’s part 2: ) https://vimeo.com/88235048 Granted, FHIR Profiles are some of the more complex parts of…

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Content Types and Character Encodings

NOTE! Updated for FHIR 0.9 If you’re building a Fhir Client or Server, you will soon…

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Attributes Versus Elements in FHIR XML

Some of you have asked me why, since our latest (0.7) Fhir Xml format, we use…

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