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.
Previously, I shared with you all a handy operational analytics dashboard you can build to visualize key message processing metrics, such as number of inbound/outbound messages, average processing times, etc.
UnitedHealth Group is looking for an IRIS expert to help guide our development team, providing subject matter expertise and sound software design skills.
This is a permanent, full-time, 100% telecommuting position. The job will be a mixture of software design, consulting and hands-on development. The ideal candidate will have excellent communication skills, a solid understanding of computer science and be an energetic team player.
In advance of the upcoming release of InterSystems IRIS 2020.1 and InterSystems IRIS for Health 2020.1, we're pleased to invite you to the “Office Hours: InterSystems IRIS 2020.1 Preview” webinars. These Q&A sessions will provide a forum for you to ask questions and learn about the latest product features in the upcoming releases.
The webinar will feature members of InterSystems product management team who will answer questions and provide additional information about the new features and enhancements.
We will be hosting two sessions on Thursday, February 20, 2020. Reserve your spot by clicking one of the buttons below for the appropriate time slot.
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.
In this InterSystems IRIS2020.1 Tech Talk, we’ll focus on using InterSystems Managed FHIR Service in the AWS Cloud. We’ll start with an overview of FHIR, which stands for Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, and is a next generation standards framework for working with healthcare data.
You'll learn how to:
provision the InterSystems IRIS FHIR server in the cloud;
integrate your own data with the FHIR server;
use SMART on FHIR applications and enterprise identity, such as Active Directory, with the FHIR server.
We will discuss an API-first development approach using the InterSystems IRIS FHIR server. Plus, we’ll cover the scalability, availability, security, regulatory, and compliance requirements that using InterSystems FHIR as a managed service in the AWS Cloud can help you address.
In the last year, InterSystems added and expanded Native APIs for Java, .NET, Python, and Node.js. The Native API provides high speed access to globals, the ability to instantiate and use ObjectScript objects, and fine-grained control over transactions.
This is a demo to make use of a simple WebSocket Client with Embedded Python in IRIS.
To continue my series of WebSocket Client I have added an example written in Python.
The most impressive experience was how easy the writing and testing of the client was
which happened total offline from IRIS.
Embedding, running and feeding the client with data from IRIS was also incredibly simple.
I have just created a new Global Master Topic, "IRIS Cheatsheets". IRIS has introduced a lot of new functionality, especially in scripting languages, FHIR R4 support, enhanced Interoperability Tools, and IRIS Analytics. Having spent 35 years working on Windows-based PC's and Laptops, I have surprisingly little knowledge of Linux, Docker and Git. Furthermore, I have written almost every application and Interface in ObjectScript with splatterings of SQL, .Net, and Java Gateways and the most basic knowledge of WinSCP, Putty, SSH. All that changed when I received my first Raspberry Pi.
Is there a way to force a failover from the primary mirror member to the backup member without forcing down the primary (which happens with ##class(SYS.Mirror).BecomePrimary())? What I'm trying to simulate is a network isolated condition on the primary.
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?
I have a code tag that performs some logic in a DTL, and want to add to it the ability to find the number of substrings delimited by a dollar sign ($) within a particular string. I have tried the following which compiles just fine, but generates an error when testing in the Data Transformation Builder.
We are on 2019.1 HealthShare Ensemble. Has anyone upgraded from 2019.x to an IRIS version? What was beneficial and the functionality you wanted and gained from the IRIS version. How long was your downtime?