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
As you may know, the next release FHIR R5 is currently published in "beta". Right now, it is undergoing a quality review. And we'd like to invite YOU to participate in this process!
Your task, if you wish to accept it 😉, is to check text descriptions, copy editing, and grammar. To facilitate this quality review, ClinFHIR is being used, which is a web tool used for developer education on FHIR and to help developers to visualize FHIR data and to plan out the building of FHIR applications. For instructions on how to do the quality review of FHIR R5 read this short document. The application you will use to do the quality review is here.
This is how ClinFHIR looks in action for this FHIR R5 Quality Review:
Hi All! Wanted to share this new video we've published, which might be of interest to people in the healthcare space. Achieving True Interoperability in Healthcare Systems is all about going beyond the typical "syntactic" interoperability and understanding what's needed to bring that interoperability to the next level in healthcare.
The day has arrived — InterSystems FHIR Healthtech Incubator Caelestinus Final Demo Day, November 30, 2022!
We started Caelestinus 8 months ago in March with 22 outstanding teams. Today 15 teams will pitch what they have achieved so far and their message to the market!
I’m pleased to invite everyone to InterSystems FHIR Health Tech incubator Caelestinus Demo Day, which will happen in a hybrid online/offline mode: you can watch pitches online via www.caelestinus.tech starting at 2 p.m. CET or go in-person in IKEM — Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine, the largest Czech medical research and clinical hospital.
Thought you might be interested in this new partner we just signed in Sydney -- PainChek® Ltd , the Australian-based developer of the world’s first pain assessment and monitoring application for smartphones. Its software-as-a-service, artificial intelligence platform uses smart devices with cameras to accurately evaluate pain levels.
PainChek is using InterSystems IRIS for Health™ and integrating its application with electronic medical record (EMR) systems – including InterSystems TrakCare®.
FemTech (software for women’s health) is an integral part of modern healthcare delivery that individualizes care and encourages patient empowerment. The women’s digital health market is projected to continue to grow as we prioritize and de-stigmatize women’s health issues.
In this webinar, we'll show you some of the general principles and problems of solving issues connected to women's health, as well as share some great ideas for your inspiration. As always, we’ll discuss and answer the questions on how to build solutions using InterSystems IRIS for Health.
In this demonstration you will see the building blocks of an integration in InterSystems IRIS for Health and HealthShare and see how messages are received, processed, and sent—including messages in the HL7 format:
I am recruiting on a fully remote Intersystems Developer. This role will be a long term contract to begin with high likelihood of extensions or conversion permanent. Please check out the job description down below and feel free to send me an email with your resume: Spencer.Frey@insightglobal.com
Hi, I am glad to announce another submission to OpenExchange and the current contest, the FHIR Pseudonymization Proxy. The FHIR Pseudonymization Proxy adds a transparent pseudonymization layer to any existing FHIR server, enabling clients to perform queries on the FHIR server – which may contain personal identifying information – and receive an on-the-fly pseudonymized version of the data.