Haitem, I think there could be a misunderstanding. When you create a SQL projection of FHIR resources in your repository using the IRIS FHIR SQL Builder, the FHIR repository and the projected tables are automatically kept up to date. As you add FHIR data into your FHIR Repository, the projected table will contain the new data. Thus you don't need to take any action to perform real-time FHIR analytics.
The major advantage of FHIR is that it is an open standard not controlled by the EMR vendors. However, I agree that it must live with other older standards that will not be "retired" soon. Nevertheless, the modern Restful nature of the standard, improved semantics, and openness, will eventually carry the day.
FHIR Profile is a new feature being released with 2023.3. I would suggest looking at a preview edition of 2023.3 to learn more, until 2023.3 general availability is announced.
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