Learn How FHIR and SMART Are Transforming EMR Integration in Healthcare. Dive into practical insights from Beda Software's CTO, Ilya Beda, on extending EMR solutions efficiently.
What is SQL on FHIR and why is it perfect for working with large amounts of FHIR data? Capability to perform complex queries, such as join, filter, sort, and aggregate data, are among the many benefits it brings to digital health developers and data engineers.
Patient admissions, order management, medication reconciliation, care coordination are quite repeatable steps. Once you automate it, you get a lot of valuable time back to focus on more important tasks.
Explore ways of cutting design costs using a multi-tenant FHIR API with SMART on FHIR support and comply with the 21st Century Cures Act for EHR systems on the fly.
This post demonstrates how to effectively integrate data produced by medical devices into the FHIR solution based on the Aidbox FHIR platform. Here you will find the FHIR model, a guide on how to adjust the Aidbox platform, and a link to the open-source project that illustrates this concept.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a subset of multi-factor authentication (MFA) and an important security measure that adds a second layer of protection to your healthcare app. Read our guide and enable 2FA for Aidbox-based solutions.
There are many reasons to let your software solution speak to others. Between interacting with other applications and extending your solution with new modules ...
Machine learning is getting adoption in healthcare because of the more sophisticated technological solutions that generate a tremendous amount of clinical data. To address this problem FHIR community developed many solutions which we discuss in this post.
We helped HeartSmart develop a machine learning platform that helps with cardiovascular disease detection by processing clinical data in the cloud. This post explains how the new healthcare technology is changing provider workflows, lowering costs, and improving care delivery efficiency.
Making sure your healthcare data is secure is a top priority for any health information system. Here’s what you should think about when managing access control for your FHIR server.
The FHIR standard is becoming the de facto way to manage healthcare data. Our CTO explains why FHIR implementations with dynamic languages could provide valuable feedback to the FHIR standard and FHIR community.
Many people are talking about microservies as the preferred approach to structure complex health information systems. But there are overlooked consequences to using microservices over monolithic architectures.
The HL7 FHIR standard has great potential to change how we handle healthcare data and the industry approach to health informatics. FHIR can help electronic health records and legacy health systems move away from monolithic architectures to becoming open platforms.