Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced "fire") is a draft standard describing data formats and elements (known as "resources") and an application programming interface (API) for exchanging electronic health records
We have an immediate requirement for an experienced Intersystems Ensemble/Healthshare Connect developer to join our team with a good grounding programming ,Healthcare Integration and experience with InterSystems Ensemble/Healthshare Health Connect.
Episode 18 of Data Points features a discussion with Regilo Souza, Patrick Jamieson, and Evgeny Shvarov about the new InterSystems IRIS® FHIR Accelerator Service. This new product offers a turnkey solution for FHIR application developers, and there is an upcoming developer community programming contest around it!
We have received quite a lot of interest in using SQL on FHIR data. As you know, FHIR data is encoded in the form of a complex directed graph, and thus you can not easily query it with traditional SQL queries or business intelligence tools. Some customers have noticed that the "FHIR search tables" in IRIS for Health have flattened part of the FHIR graph, and have tried to use them for analytics. This is an undocumented and unsupported part of IRIS for Health, and can change without notice.
In my previous articles, one of the most exciting things about FHIR that I mentioned it's the wide range of possibilities that we have and not only for creating something but the ways to achieve this goal.
InterSystems IRIS for Health™ includes several features that aid in healthcare interoperability including routing, support for standard data formats such as HL7v2, FHIR, CDA, a data transformation user interface, and easy integration with other systems such as for terminology services.
We have an immediate requirement for an experienced Intersystems Ensemble/Health Connect consultant to join our team with a good grounding in OO Programming, Healthcare Integration and at least 2 years experience with InterSystems Ensemble/Healthshare Health Connect