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The fhir-react project defines a unique component which renders the interface based on FHIR resource type. There's no need for any configuration because the library uses the standard of defined by the resource type.
So, I decided to apply the same idea, but for charts. The basic idea is depicted below:
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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.
NLP stands for Natural Language Processing which is a field of Artificial Intelligence with a lot of complexity and
techniques to in short words "understand what are you talking about".
And FHIR is...???
FHIR stands for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources and is a standard to data structures for healthcare. There are
some good articles here explainig better how FHIR interact with Intersystems IRIS.
Recently, I get interest in FHIR in order to run for the IRIS for Health FHIR
contest. As a beginner on this topic, I've heard somewhat about it, but I didn't know how complex and powerful was FHIR. As pointed out by @Henrique Diashere, you can model several aspects of the patient history and other related entities.
Many organisations implement centralised log management systems to separate and centralise the log data in order to e.g. automate threat detection (and response) and to comply with regulatory requirements. The primary systems of interest are the various user facing applications, but increasingly also other kinds of systems including integration platforms.
I tried to import Custom schema with 'Z' segment. I executed "Do ##class(EnsLib.InteropTools.HL7.MessageAnalyzer).Interactive()" in IRIS Terminal.
After executed the steps, i am getting below message, So i could not able to add z segment into my customschema 'Test_2.3' ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Summary Report for workspace C:\Demo\Migration\Workspace Schema is Test_2.3 ALL: 0 matched, 1 unmatched
What will be the best way to transfer the persistent data stored in the SQL tables from one instance of Healthshare to a new instance ? Is there any InterSystem recommended process or documentation for this?
I work on deploying IRIS inside Docker container. I really like %Installer class can automate many steps. I want to establish an ECP connection to a mirror database and then define a remote database on the application server. I have already seen we can create local database and namespace in %Installer. What code is needed to establish ECP connection?
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.
I need to add some extensions to the HS.FHIR.vSTU3,Model.Resource.Patient class and then use those extensions to convert incoming FHIR JSON to the FHIR Patient Resource and Likewise add functionality to create A FHIR Patient (target class) from my patient database into the FHIR Patient Resource Object (target class)
many months ago I found a tutorial that explained all of this but can no longer find that tutorial.