FHIR meetups is a series of online meetups for Health IT developers, analysts, architects, innovators, and entrepreneurs. The main aim of the events is to provide the latest actual FHIR updates, discuss opportunities and problems FHIR implementers meet on the way to the FHIR world.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022
Best practices to face and overcome the challenges that go with FHIR. In this series, together with the FHIR experts, we shared tips on how to improve performance and scalability when working with FHIR.Read more
Thursday, March 3, 2022
Together with Grahame Grieve (HL7 International), Nikolai Ryzhikov (Health Samurai), Michael Lawley (Ontoserver) we discussed the current state of the FHIR Terminology services.Read more
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Naive REST interactions with a FHIR server may not fit more complex scenarios. We discussed FHIR implementers’ experiences and discuss how they are currently employing async and queue patterns in their real-world projects.Read more
Thursday, July 8, 2021
What are the best practices and what tooling is available for healthcare engineers and analysts? Is it worth the time of a small healthcare startup, and does it meet the needs of a large healthcare enterprise?Read more
Tuesday, May 4, 2021
As of today, there is no gold standard for FHIR testing tools and infrastructure, so we had an exciting discussion about the current state and future trends of FHIR testing with top industry players.Read more
Tuesday, August 11, 2020
We had a solid introduction into the topic by learning the SDC IG specification, discussed the challenges we are facing while dealing with it and had a number of demos of existing tools for SDC.Read more
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
We had a tough discussion with different points of view on fine-grained security policies for healthcare beyond OAuth2Read more
Thursday, April 23, 2020
We discussed oncology data on FHIR, Google Cloud healthcare data platform and FHIR APIs, how UCSF uses FHIR to enable innovation and tool a look at CMS Interoperability and Patient Access final rule for health plans.Read more
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