Let’s implement your ideas on FHIR

Let’s implement your ideas on FHIR

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Our engineers are FHIR experts! Hire us to build cloud EHR systems, care coordination systems, patient-facing mobile applications, data analytics products, and HL7 v2/CCD/FHIR integration platforms.

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Use Aidbox Platform

Aidbox is a FHIR backend for your application that cuts development cost and time. Aidbox provides an automated infrastructure, a database with FHIR schema, FHIR REST API, and an ecosystem of extensions.


Aidbox is a development platform for building next-generation native FHIR applications. It consists of an advanced FHIR-aware database and flexible REST API, providing ready to use “interoperable by design” backend solution. The first pioneer FHIR systems built with Aidbox came to market in 2014, and the adoption is only growing since.

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Health Samurai is an engineering service company. We are a team of holistic engineers with more than a decade of health IT experience. Together with our partners, we are crafting FHIR-based solutions from small applications to large EHR systems. We interpret FHIR as a framework for building high-quality open systems for healthcare.

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CMS Interoperability Rule 2020 | Turn-key solution for payers

CMS has released the 21st Century Cures Act rule that affects all CMS-regulated health plans. The first provisions of the rule are coming in effect on July 1, 2021, which is less than ten months from now. By July 1, 2021, health plans must allow their members to access their claims and encounter information over standards-based secure API (FHIR 4.0.1). Data must be made available no later than one business day after a claim is adjudicated or encounter data are received.

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Our FHIR Contributions

Build modern web and mobile healthcare solutions with our FHIR backend

health it EXPERTS

We bring over 14 years of consulting, integration and development experience.


Health IT Consulting Services


We help you stay ahead and adapt the best healthcare technologies.
Health IT Development Services


We're software experts who can build or support your projects.
Health IT Integration Services


We're ready to help you integrate with any EHR or legacy system.

Open Source Products


FHIRbase is a relational database built on PostgreSQL with the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) standard.

FHIR schema

A library that introduces the best practices of data structure description and validation from JavaScript to FHIR.


A reference implementation of the FHIR client in JavaScript for AngularJS, jQuery, Node.js and YUI.

What our customers are saying:

"After comparing Aidbox to the other products in the market, it was clear that Health Samurai had the most mature product and complete implementation of the FHIR standard. Aidbox provides us with a data layer, messaging API, terminology server, queuing system, notification system, audit logging, data validation, and document storage system, allowing us to focus on developing our business logic and users. The Health Samurai team has also been able to help us take our business problems and solve them using FHIR."

Rob Stokes

Director of Applications Development, Narus Health
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"We worked with Health Samurai for all our hospital integrations. They successfully integrated our EHR product with Cerner, Meditech, GE, Siemens, McKesson and several other systems. Whether is was HL7 v.2, CDA/CCD or custom integration, Health Samurai has always completed it without delays. Interoperability issues are solved if you have Health Samurai at your side."

Robert Verhagen

Founder, and CIO of Choice-HS
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"The team at Health Samurai are experts at interactivity between different systems such as AS400, Meditech, PACS, etc. and getting them to “speak” to each other and display data in one easily useable application. Fantastic work!"

David A. Tashman

MD, Medical Director, USC-Verdugo Hills Hospital Emergency Department
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"Our hospital uses software developed by Health Samurai. The software was exceptionally reliable and easy to use. Their developers showed great insight in the integration of a number of disparate hospital systems into one coherent, easy-to-use application."

Leo E. Berkenbile

MD, FACEP Chief of Staff, Verdugo Hills Hospital
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“Health Samurai is great to work with. I appreciate their creativity in making our new system very intuitive and easy to use. They are excellent problem solvers and executed creative solutions to meet our needs.”

Michael McCann

CEO, HeartSmart
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The Health Samurai BLOG

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About FHIR facades (part I) - two approaches

There are many reasons to let your software solution speak to others. Between interacting with other applications and extending your solution with new modules ...
Pavel Smirnov
September 12, 2019

Two-phase FHIR terminology

Terminology in Health IT is a very important and complicated aspect. A lot of interoperability depends on how accurately do you encode your data.
Niquola Ryzhikov
April 30, 2019

First Fhirbase Release

Health Samurai team is proud to announce the first stable release of Fhirbase, an open-source tool to store and manage FHIR data in PostgreSQL relational database.
Mike Lapshin
October 4, 2018

FHIR Storage and Analytics in Baltimore

If you are interested in FHIR databases and analytics on FHIR and going to be not far from Baltimore September 29–30 — please join us at the FHIR Connectathon 19 and brand new Storage and Analytics track!
Niquola Ryzhikov
September 21, 2018


Last week Ryan Brush (author of Bunsen project) from Cerner published on Github the first version of the SQL-on-FHIR draft. This will be a hot topic to discuss in the upcoming FHIR Connectathon #19.
Niquola Ryzhikov
September 6, 2018

Should you use FHIR resources as your data storage format?

Using FHIR for data persistence is becoming a popular topic of discussion in the community. Our CTO shares his thoughts on when and why you would use FHIR as the storage format for your healthcare data.
Niquola Ryzhikov
September 5, 2018

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