InterSystems IRIS for Health™ is the world’s first and only data platform engineered specifically for the rapid development of healthcare applications to manage the world’s most critical data. It includes powerful out-of-the-box features: transaction processing and analytics, an extensible healthcare data model, FHIR-based solution development, support for healthcare interoperability standards, and more. All enabling developers to realize value and build breakthrough applications, fast. Learn more.
We invite you to take part in the European Healthcare Hackathon 2021 which will take place on November 19-21 2021. Participation is free, the deadline for applications to the ON-LINE track is prolonged until 15 NOV.
We will have an InterSystems challenge there: "Innovate with FHIR". Prize fund in InterSystems track:
🥇1st place: 1500 EUR 🥈2nd place: 1000 EUR 🥉3rd place: 500 EUR And we prepared prizes for ALL participants of our challenge!
Read the details about our challenge under the pic :) Are you in? Let us know in the poll below!
Does anybody know if it should be possible to install IRIS for Health on a MacBook with Apple M1 inside? The install distribution works on an Intel based MacBook but when I try on new MacBook (with Apple M1) I get the following response:
The installer can't find a platform in this distribution supported by your system.
I'm upgrading my laptop, and installed HealthShare 2020.2. I wanted to import my server connections from my previous laptop, so I exported the Registry Keys (Windows 10) Under Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\InterSystems\Cache\Servers from the old machine. I then imported them into new laptop, but I still don't get the list of connections in my HealthShare Remote System Access list from the HS Cube in my system tray.
Does anyone have a solution for this? I thought this was more portable.