Healthcare IT News: Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources- FHIR
Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is responsible for joining disparate healthcare systems together, and has been found to be successful in the development of an application-based approach to HIE (health information exchange) and interoperability. Due to the complexity of healthcare data, FHIR came into action; it helps in connecting different discrete elements via an internet-based approach. Healthcare systems are employing FHIR to increase population health management capabilities and create specialty-specific applications that break down data silos. Healthcare organizations may benefit from FHIR as it has the capability to make healthcare much more similar to the other internet-based experiences that consumers enjoy in other industries.
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HL7 International Working Group Meetings (WGMs) are held three times per year at varying locations and serve two important purposes are Provide the HL7 International workgroups the opportunity to meet in person and work on standards, as well as to network with industry leaders from around the world and offer an invaluable educational resource for the healthcare IT community.
The HL7 FHIR Connectathon features hands-on FHIR development and testing. Implementers and developers can gain hands-on experience developing FHIR-based solutions by participating in one of many tracks.
Translate various data sources into FHIR® for easy analysis
The complexity of healthcare organizations and their many care solutions makes interoperability a challenge for providers, payers, and others across the industry. Data liquidity is an urgent priority as access to electronic health records (EHR) and other data is mandated across a variety of use cases. Organizations who want to convert their data into FHIR® are often caught in the “build vs. buy” decision.
Redox provides a bi-directional data exchange that quickly connects provider networks, digital health products, and insurers to Amazon HealthLake. Watch this webinar to learn how Redox can help convert your healthcare data into FHIR, and how you can utilize Amazon HealthLake to store, transform, query, and analyze that data at scale.
In this webinar, you'll learn how to:
Understand the advantages of scaling integration as a service with Redox
Process and analyze data utilizing specialized machine learning (ML) models
Automate conversion of data into FHIR and leverage Amazon HealthLake for insights
Who should attend?
CTOs, CIOs, CISOs, VPs of IT C-Level or LOB Managers (CEO, CMO, COO, VPs, LOB Directors) Software Developers, Software Development Managers, System Architects.
A Clinical Data Repository based on FHIR is open and standardized, whereas most of your back-end systems and apps are proprietary and closed. An FHIR CDR is an ideal basis for analytics. The Vonk CDR …
Fhirbase is an open-source toolkit for storing and working with FHIR data. Database schema on top of PostgreSQL based on HL7 FHIR. FHIRbase was built with extensibility and flexibility in mind. Easily …
The Dynamic FHIR® API provides leading-edge interoperability functionality while meeting ONC 2015 EHR certification requirements 170.315(g) (7-9). It can be implemented as a stand-alone product or as …
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