go to post Kurt Dawn · Aug 17, 2020 As the 2020.3 FHIR server supports the core R4 FHIR specification, you can find the StructureDefinitions in two ways: Download the core profile from HL7: http://www.hl7.org/fhir/downloads.html#profiles Look at the .json files that are part of the IRIS for Health installation: <install-dir>\dev\fhir\fhir-metadata\hl7\4.0.1 0 0 go to post Kurt Dawn · Feb 14, 2019 The recommended method of transforming data from CCD to HL7 is to use InterSystems SDA as an intermediary format. Use pre-built XSLTs to convert from CDA to SDA , and then create a DTL transformation to map the SDA to HL7. Here are the names of some related books:CDA Interoperability with SDAThe InterSystems Clinical Data Model: SDA (in future releases, this will be renamed to "SDA: InterSystems Clinical Data Format")Developing DTL Transformations 0 0 go to post Kurt Dawn · Oct 18, 2019 Using the Installer Wizard to create a foundation production and namespace provides you with a base production with all the mappings needed for a healthcare interoperability production. It saves you the time and effort of creating your own namespace and production needed for healthcare interoperability. You do not always have to start with a foundation production; if you are comfortable creating your own namespace and production, you can do so. As a side note, when you create an HL7 production, you are creating a foundation production. The Ens.Activity.Operation.Local operation is used for activity monitoring. It is not required by the foundation production. For more about activity monitoring, see https://docs.intersystems.com/healthconnect20191/csp/docbook/DocBook.UI.Page.cls?KEY=EMONITOR_activity. 1 2 Followers:Kurt has no followers yet.Following:Kurt has not followed anybody yet.Global Masters badges:Kurt has no Global Masters badges yet.