Here are the new features and updates released by the Aidbox team in August 2023. See the full release notes here.
SQL on FHIR engine early access
Make your data not only interoperable, but also queryable and analyzable. The newest SQL on FHIR engine in Aidbox allows to flatten nested FHIR data smoothly and run complex SQL queries for efficient data utilization and valuable insights. Talk to us about your use cases
FHIR R4B and R5 Topic-based subscriptions
Plug Aidbox into PubSub architecture with the new Topic-based subscriptions, so that subscribers will get notifications on specific events without constant manual queries.Additionally, subscribers can personalize their notifications by applying filters such as patient IDs or resource types, ensuring they receive only relevant information.
Aidbox logs in Google Cloud Monitoring
BALP support for CRUD and Search operations
Ensure that all actions related to creating, accessing, modifying, and deleting data, as well as search queries, are systematically logged in a structured manner and stored as standardized AuditEvent resources in the Aidbox DB with BALP support.
Basic Aidbox Forms Accessibility
Aidbox is dedicated to ensuring our platform is accessible and valuable to a wide range of users, promoting inclusivity. This enhancement enables smooth interaction with forms for users using screen readers or keyboard navigation, in line with WCAG 2.1 AA standards.
Aidbox UI Sidebar
Easily find and navigate to the tools and resources you need within the Aidbox UI. With the updated sidebar, accessing different sections and functionalities becomes more intuitive and efficient. Try it out and share your feedback!
Aidbox LTS 2306
If you prioritize stability over the latest updates, please consider using the recently shipped Aidbox LTS 2306 that will be supported from August 2023 to August 2025. The Aidbox team is committed to backporting critical bug fixes and security updates to this LTS version over a two-year support period.