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Declarative Mapping

This track will explore mappings and/or a useful subset of mapping tasks using declarative languages used to address interoperability issues.

  • Pre-requisites: none

Submitting WG/Project/Implementer Group

  • SOA Working Group
  • CGIT (approval planned)
  • CCBC (approvalplanned)


There is a recognized need for mappings to facilitate interoperability across HL7 products Following on the Birds of a Feather CDA to FHIR session in Orlando, there was an agreement among the participants to pursue declarative approaches or mappings. Objectives of the track include reuseable computable artifacts that can be saved / persisted as FHIR resources from the approaches presented in the Connectathon. SOA WG has already developed "cross-paradigm" mapping guidance intended to represent the same business content in more than on structure (e.g. CDA template to FHIR profile or V2 profile components)

Proposed Track Lead

Expected participants

The expected participants include:

  • Keith Dudley / Grahame Grieve
  • MDMI Open Source Project (several participants)
  • David Booth (Yosemite Project)
  • SAMHSA BHITS Project
  • Members of the i2b2 on FHIR team


FHIR Client

FHIR Client will....

FHIR Server

FHIR Server will....


Desclarative Mapping Use Cases:

[To do: create scenarios based on the planned scops for May and expected resources]

1. Create a new map

Precondition: ...



Success Criteria:


2. Publish a map



An event is published to designated topic

Success Criteria:

Bonus Point:

3. Execute a map



Success Criteria:

Bonus Point: