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Mirth FHIR Technology Preview 1 with MongoDB

Mirth has recently released a FHIR listener as part of first version of it's FHIR Technology Previw. This lead me to explore FHIR after around 2 years.

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HL7 v2.x to FHIR using Iguana

HL7 v2.x is a widely accepted & deployed interoperability standard today. FHIR has started getting attention from people and all are looking forward to it. I think it will be good idea to showcase a transfromation from HL7 v2.x message to healthcare resource defined by FHIR.

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FHIR - Feel The 'Fire' - 2 (RESTful FHIR Server)

In my previous post FHIR - Feel The 'Fire' - 1, I explained how we can connect test servers and explore healthcare resources exposed by these servers. I found this very helpful in getting started with FHIR.

In this post I will explain you how we can create our own FHIR RESTful service and expose the healthcare resources to be consumed by healthcare systems. This is based on C# Reference Implementation availalbe with FHIR specification v0.07

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FHIR - Feel The 'Fire' - 1 (FHIR Client)

First thing that I wondered after hearing about FHIR is “What is a Healthcare Resource?” and very simple answer is available in FHIR specification (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/ ).

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FHIR – a 'Fire'! (Quick Introduction)

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources has emerged from HL7 Fresh Look initiative (Jan 2011). Pronounced as “Fire”, it is a framework for data exchange technologies which offers interoperability capabilities of RIM but hides the complexity of V3.

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