Great news for EHR vendors! We are happy to announce that the Aidbox FHIR API module is officially certified for 170.315(g)(10) criteria by ICSA Labs. This means that you can enrich your existing EHR with it, get compliance automatically and strengthen your solution with a pluggable FHIR API.
Hey! Good news – Aidbox is in the process of being ONC certified for §170.315(g)(10). In the process of preparing for certification, we systematized the information and have decided to share our handy cheat sheet (PDF) with you.
Launched 5 years ago for the first time, The X-mas Hackathon is a two-day event that brings healthcare enthusiasts together to build solutions that tackle a wide variety of problems.
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.
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!
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.
We're launching the FHIRbase Dojo, a blog dedicated to sharing the knowledge about practical applications of FHIR standard in the development of modern clinical data storage and analytics applicaitons.
We presented our Aidbox FHIR backend at the Duke University FHIR Applications Roundtable and explained how using a FHIR server and FHIR APIs to handle healthcare data simplifies development of modern health applications. The event featured speakers who shared their FHIR implementations.