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== Introduction ==
 
== Introduction ==
  
This page is a registry of the various places where support for implementations can be found.
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This page is a registry of the various places where support for FHIR implementations can be found.
 
 
  
 
== Asking Questions ==
 
== Asking Questions ==
  
In the first place, implementation questions - how do I do X? - should be asked on StackOverflow.com using the tag [hl7_fhir].
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There are 3 main places to ask implementation questions:
 
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* [[http://community.fhir.org FHIR Community Forum]]: Questions/Discussion about the FHIR specification and the implementation process
[[http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/hl7_fhir]]
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* [[http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/hl7_fhir StackOverflow]]: Developer/Programming type questions, mainly about the reference implementations - see [[http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/3966/is-it-okay-to-use-stack-overflow-as-the-support-forum-for-a-product-or-project StackOverflow guidance]]
 
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* [[http://chat.fhir.org FHIR Chat Channels]]: Interactive discussion about FHIR issues
Note that you should not use Stack Overflow to discuss specification design issues. This is a Stack Overflow rule - see [[http://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/3966/is-it-okay-to-use-stack-overflow-as-the-support-forum-for-a-product-or-project StackOverflow guidance]] about this.
 
  
If your question is about why the specification is how it is, probably the best place to start is the [[FHIR]] wiki, which is the home for the FHIR development team (and where you are now). See the there's links on the [[FHIR]] page (left column).
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If you're not sure where to go, try the FHIR Community Forum first.  
  
== External Links of Interest ==
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== Sources of Information ==
  
 
This general collection of links may also provide additional helpful information:
 
This general collection of links may also provide additional helpful information:

Revision as of 22:15, 28 February 2016

FHIR Support Links

Introduction

This page is a registry of the various places where support for FHIR implementations can be found.

Asking Questions

There are 3 main places to ask implementation questions:

If you're not sure where to go, try the FHIR Community Forum first.

Sources of Information

This general collection of links may also provide additional helpful information: