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First steps to get your FHIR-based solution ready for production

Basic tips for building high-availability FHIR systems in a cloud infrastructure. Here, you will learn how to develop a production-ready and reliable FHIR solution in the cloud.

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Silver bullet DIY: Aidbox and MatrixCare EHR integration

There is no silver bullet for establishing a working ETL pipeline for transmitting an HL7v2 feed from EHR into FHIR data out of the box. MatrixCare EHR is not an exclusion. In this article, we are going to give examples of how we managed to ease the pain of integration and which instruments we used.

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How to load 1 billion FHIR resources into Aidbox in 5 hours

Big data usually means big problems and a lot of work. One of the problems is how to load a lot of data. There is usually some source of big data, and the problem is posed as some kind of legacy system migration or migration of historical data into an FHIR server.

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Bringing data from wearables and medical IoT devices to FHIR solutions

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.

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21st Century Cures Act

On May, 1st of 2020 ONC has published the final rule called “21st Century Cures Act: Interoperability, Information Blocking, and the ONC Health IT Certification Program” to further boost interoperability among provider organizations and EHR ...

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Aidbox HIPAA book / Part 1 / Technical safeguards

Spoiler alert: HIPAA is easy when you are using Aidbox. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) sets standards in the United States for protecting individually identifiable health information.

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A quick guide how to enable 2FA for Aidbox-based solutions.

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.

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A quick guide to telemedicine software alternatives for medical providers

How can we successfully implement a telemedicine solution and then use it? To make an accurate choice, let’s examine the main merits and demerits of several telemedicine options.

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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 ...

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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.

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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.

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The FHIR Guide for CTOs and technical leaders

Our CTO provides a brief technical overview of the HL7 FHIR Standard, from analysis of HL7 FHIR healthcare informational data model to potential use cases using FHIR APIs and potential limitations you should be aware of when planning to develop using FHIR standard.

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FHIR and Machine Learning (ML)

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.

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Using FHIR to Simplify Healthcare Application Development

FHIR standard simplifies the development process with out of the box healthcare data models, RESTful APIs and robust guidelines for integration with legacy healthcare data standards such as HL7 V2, CCD, and others.

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FHIR: What's great, what isn't so good, and what it's not built to do

Over the last six years, we have consulted on the development of countless HL7 FHIR enterprise-level healthcare applications. In this post, we share the advantages of incorporating the FHIR standard in your health IT project and strategies to overcome the potential shortcomings effectively.

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Moving Cardiovascular Disease Detection to the Cloud

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.

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FHIR Success Story: Narus Health Connects Patients, Families and Providers

Digital health company Narus Health build two FHIR applications - a cloud electronic health record and a mobile application - to support employee health. Storing their healthcare data in a backend FHIR server and building with FHIR APIs significantly cut costs and time to market.

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Choosing Access Control Model for a Generic FHIR Server

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.

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Implementing FHIR in Dynamic Languages

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.

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Choosing FHIR for Laboratory Integration

Deciding between which healthcare data standard to use can be hard. We evaluated whether HL7 v2, v3 & CDA, or FHIR is the best choice for a laboratory integration project. We found FHIR is the best choice because the FHIR API perfectly compliments the custom API of the laboratory system.

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Thoughts About Microservices

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.

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Meaningful Use Stage 3: ONC-certified API for your health care application

The new ONC Health IT Certification Program is about having electronic health records open up clinical data to third party applications with APIs. The new FHIR standard can enable access to healthcare data with RESTful FHIR APIs.

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Transforming Healthcare IT

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.

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Start a Health IT project with the FHIR standard at your organization

Electronic health records systems have been great at capturing healthcare data, but remain difficult and expensive to customize. The new FHIR standard gives us ways to quickly build flexible, modern health systems at low costs with FHIR servers, FHIR APIs, and FHIR development tools.

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How do we build the best Convenient Healthcare Clinics?

Convenient care clinics are becoming a popular way of increasing patient engagement and satisfaction. Our CEO did some personal research on the best ways to design and develop a healthcare information system for Walmart clinics.

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Accelerating Healthcare Innovation with HL7 FHIR

Digital health innovation drives patient engagement, lowers costs and improves the quality of care. Having a team of FHIR experts who understand electronic health records systems and know how to manage healthcare data the right way will help open the doors to innovation at your organization.

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