Last week, at the end of the FHIR DevDays, we offered participants a podium to demo their prototypes built or tested during the hackathon part of the DevDays. While there were surprisingly many interesting entries, one in particular struck me:… Continue reading →
(This is a guest post by my colleague Martijn, who is implementing FHIR Profile validation for the .NET reference implementation) As reference implementers of FHIR, we try to fully understand the possible difficulties that future FHIR implementers would encounter. When… Continue reading →
At the upcoming May HL7 Workgroup Meeting in Phoenix, we will organize the 6th FHIR Connectathon. Track 2 will focus on Questionnaires, so both client and server developers can test their skills at creating and supporting the Questionnaire resource. As well,… 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 →
Today’s HL7 UK connectathon was a first for many of the participants. It was certainly the first European hackathon and for most the first time working with FHIR. For many it was also a renewed acquintance with HL7, especially in… Continue reading →
Rene Spronk and I had fun last week recording videos at Furore headquarters in Amsterdam to promote the 1-day FHIR training courses that I will be giving in various cities around Europe. So far, we are scheduled to go to… Continue reading →
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