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== Reference Libraries ==
 
== Reference Libraries ==
  
* '''JAVA''': https://github.com/jamesagnew/hapi-fhir - James Agnew / University Health Network
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* '''JAVA''': [[https://github.com/jamesagnew/hapi-fhir]] - James Agnew / University Health Network
 
** Open-source Java library for quickly creating FHIR Servers and Clients
 
** Open-source Java library for quickly creating FHIR Servers and Clients
 
** Geared towards adding FHIR capability to existing applications (e.g. it's not a database, it's a library for quickly bolting FHIR on to your own database, or connecting to other FHIR servers as a client)
 
** Geared towards adding FHIR capability to existing applications (e.g. it's not a database, it's a library for quickly bolting FHIR on to your own database, or connecting to other FHIR servers as a client)
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** "Tinder" code generator (Maven plugin) creates model objects and clients from Profiles and Conformance statements
 
** "Tinder" code generator (Maven plugin) creates model objects and clients from Profiles and Conformance statements
  
* '''DotNet''': https://github.com/FirelyTeam/spark
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* '''DotNet''': [[https://github.com/FirelyTeam/spark]]
 
** Reference server built in parallel with Grahame's to test the specification
 
** Reference server built in parallel with Grahame's to test the specification
 
** Supports all resource types, searches, all operations, xml + json
 
** Supports all resource types, searches, all operations, xml + json
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*** https://github.com/ewoutkramer/fhir-net-api/tree/develop-stu3/src/Hl7.Fhir.WebApi
 
*** https://github.com/ewoutkramer/fhir-net-api/tree/develop-stu3/src/Hl7.Fhir.WebApi
  
* '''Java - SMART on FHIR''': https://sandbox.smarthealthit.org
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* '''Java - SMART on FHIR''': [[https://sandbox.smarthealthit.org]]
 
** [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/installer Open source] reference implementation of the SMART on FHIR stack in Java and MySql based on [https://github.com/mitreid-connect/OpenID-Connect-Java-Spring-Server MitreId Connect] and [http://jamesagnew.github.io/hapi-fhir/ HAPI FHIR].  
 
** [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/installer Open source] reference implementation of the SMART on FHIR stack in Java and MySql based on [https://github.com/mitreid-connect/OpenID-Connect-Java-Spring-Server MitreId Connect] and [http://jamesagnew.github.io/hapi-fhir/ HAPI FHIR].  
 
** Incorporates synthetic and de-identified [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/generated-sample-data data sets] for [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/dstu2-sandbox-data.html DSTU2] and [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/stu3-sandbox-data.html STU3], as well data management tools including the [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/patient-browser SMART Patient Browser] and [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/fred FRED FHIR Resource Editor].
 
** Incorporates synthetic and de-identified [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/generated-sample-data data sets] for [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/dstu2-sandbox-data.html DSTU2] and [http://docs.smarthealthit.org/data/stu3-sandbox-data.html STU3], as well data management tools including the [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/patient-browser SMART Patient Browser] and [https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/fred FRED FHIR Resource Editor].
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**  Technical documentation is at http://docs.smarthealthit.org and code is at https://github.com/smart-on-fhir
 
**  Technical documentation is at http://docs.smarthealthit.org and code is at https://github.com/smart-on-fhir
  
* '''Delphi''': http://github.com/grahamegrieve/fhirserver
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* '''Delphi''': [[http://github.com/grahamegrieve/fhirserver]]
 
** De facto reference server (runs at http://fhir.healthintersections.com.au)
 
** De facto reference server (runs at http://fhir.healthintersections.com.au)
 
** general purpose server that implements all of the specification
 
** general purpose server that implements all of the specification
 
** development platform: (delphi / windows / mssql)
 
** development platform: (delphi / windows / mssql)
  
* '''Ruby''': https://github.com/fhir-crucible/fhir_client
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* '''Ruby''': [[https://github.com/fhir-crucible/fhir_client]] and [[https://github.com/fhir-crucible/fhir_models]]
 
** Open-source Ruby library for quickly creating FHIR applications
 
** Open-source Ruby library for quickly creating FHIR applications
 
** Geared towards adding FHIR capability to your Ruby applications.
 
** Geared towards adding FHIR capability to your Ruby applications.
 
** Supports STU3 (default) and DSTU2, all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings
 
** Supports STU3 (default) and DSTU2, all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings
  
* '''JavaScript''': https://github.com/FHIR/fhir.js
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* '''JavaScript''': [[https://github.com/FHIR/fhir.js]]
 
** Open-source JavaScript library for communication with FHIR servers
 
** Open-source JavaScript library for communication with FHIR servers
  
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* Python: [[https://github.com/smart-on-fhir/client-py]]
  
 
== Other Open source Implementations ==
 
== Other Open source Implementations ==
  
  
* '''JavaScript - Node.js / Express:''' https://github.com/Asymmetrik/node-fhir-server-core
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* '''JavaScript - Node.js / Express:''' [[https://github.com/Asymmetrik/node-fhir-server-core]]
 
** Standalone open-source FHIR server from Asymmetrik [https://www.asymmetrik.com/asymmetrik-fhir/]
 
** Standalone open-source FHIR server from Asymmetrik [https://www.asymmetrik.com/asymmetrik-fhir/]
 
** Winner of the ONC Secure FHIR Server Challenge (2018) [https://www.challenge.gov/challenge/secure-api-server-showdown-challenge/]
 
** Winner of the ONC Secure FHIR Server Challenge (2018) [https://www.challenge.gov/challenge/secure-api-server-showdown-challenge/]

Revision as of 02:52, 8 November 2018

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Introduction

This page lists known open source implementations of the FHIR specification. For a list of running servers, see Publicly Available FHIR Servers for testing

Reference Libraries

  • JAVA: [[1]] - James Agnew / University Health Network
    • Open-source Java library for quickly creating FHIR Servers and Clients
    • Geared towards adding FHIR capability to existing applications (e.g. it's not a database, it's a library for quickly bolting FHIR on to your own database, or connecting to other FHIR servers as a client)
    • Supports all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings
    • "Tinder" code generator (Maven plugin) creates model objects and clients from Profiles and Conformance statements
  • DotNet: [[2]]
    • Reference server built in parallel with Grahame's to test the specification
    • Supports all resource types, searches, all operations, xml + json
    • Built in .NET with the .NET reference implementation, WebApi 2.0 library, Mongo DB for storage and search.
    • Note there is also a WebApi façade that can be used to put in front of your own storage
  • Ruby: [[5]] and [[6]]
    • Open-source Ruby library for quickly creating FHIR applications
    • Geared towards adding FHIR capability to your Ruby applications.
    • Supports STU3 (default) and DSTU2, all resource types, most operations, and both xml and json encodings
  • JavaScript: [[7]]
    • Open-source JavaScript library for communication with FHIR servers
  • Python: [[8]]

Other Open source Implementations

  • JavaScript - Node.js / Express: [[9]]
    • Standalone open-source FHIR server from Asymmetrik [10]
    • Winner of the ONC Secure FHIR Server Challenge (2018) [11]
    • Additional resource profiles in heavy development
    • Implements a core FHIR server, with custom adapters for non-FHIR data sources.
    • Example adapter for MongoDB: https://github.com/Asymmetrik/node-fhir-server-mongo [12]


  • FHIRBase - open source relational storage for FHIR with document API based on PostgreSQL. FHIRBase is an attempt to take the best parts of Relational & Document Databases for persistence of FHIR resources. FHIRBase stores resources relationally and gives you the power of SQL for querying & aggregating. At the same time FHIRBase provides a set of SQL procedures & views to persist and retrieve resources as a json documents in one hop.
  • the FHIR build tool itself is open source and includes various definitional and reasoning tools. See [13]. If you aren't signed up to the HL7 GForge, you can access the FHIR repository at [14] anonymously.
  • JSON-to-XML-Converter - JavaScript based open source library to convert FHIR between JSON and XML. It is built from the FHIR XML Schema.
  • [15] - DSTU-2 FHIR entities compatible with .Net Core
   * Value Sets
        * $expand
        * $validate-code
   * Code Systems (SNOMED CT, LOINC)
        * $lookup
        * $subsumes
   * Concept Map
        * $translate
        * $closure
   * Capability Statement ( format can in xml or in json )
        * https://valentiatech.snochillies.com/fhir/metadata (as in XML default)
        * https://valentiatech.snochillies.com ( GUI )
* SNOMED browser: https://snochillies.com/ 
        
  • Synthea - Synthetic patient simulation that generates longitudinal FHIR (STU3 and DSTU2) records suitable for software development, integration, testing, demoing. Over 35 diseases with reasonable comorbidities and treatments. Supports Patient, Condition, Encounter, Observation, DiagnosticReport, Immunization, AllergyIntolerance, MedicationRequest, Procedure, Organization.

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