You may come to believe that FHIR is primarily successful in high-income countries, especially while looking at the HAPI FHIR downloads and the Simplifier.net world map. There is also a significant contingent of FHIR implementers in India, but that is… Continue reading →
The background story to bringing DevDays US 2020 Online For seven years, DevDays has been our baby. It’s always something to look forward to, to meet old friends and new people, and to be part of a global community with… Continue reading →
During the recent FHIR DevDays in Redmond WA (US), there were a couple of speakers representing the patient perspective. We recorded some video interviews in Redmond to discuss the increasing role of patients within the FHIR community and at FHIR… Continue reading →
FHIR is the open API for healthcare. Open APIs have brought innovation to numerous industries and they will bring innovation to healthcare. FHIR will inspire entrepreneurs and developers with great ideas to actually build apps that until now never got… Continue reading →
The PHR is the holy grail of health IT. Whereas the EHR belongs to the doctor, the PHR – the Personal Health Record – belongs to the patient. The PHR combines your own data and data from your healthcare providers… Continue reading →
On the 19th of November, during the FHIR Developer Days (http://fhir.furore.com/Events/DevDays2015), students from 4 universities gather in Amsterdam to FHIR up the place. And I’m excited! Around 20 students come here to the Firely Offices from: Medical University of Vienna University of Applied… Continue reading →
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