Difference between revisions of "Talk:FHIR"

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Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced "Fire") defines a set of "[[Resource]]s" that represent granular clinical concepts. The resources can be managed in isolation, or aggregated into complex documents. Technically, FHIR is designed for the web; the resources are based on simple XML, with an http-based RESTful protocol where each resource has predictable URL. Where possible, open internet standards are used for data representation.  
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Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced "Fire") defines a set of "[[Resource]]s" that represent granular clinical concepts. The resources can be managed in isolation, or aggregated into complex documents. Technically, FHIR is designed for the web; the resources are based on simple XML or JSON structures, with an http-based RESTful protocol where each resource has predictable URL. Where possible, open internet standards are used for data representation.  
 
 
  
 
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**[[Open Source FHIR implementations]]
 
**[[Open Source FHIR implementations]]
 
**[[FHIR Connectathon 6]] (next connectathon, May 2014)
 
**[[FHIR Connectathon 6]] (next connectathon, May 2014)
**[[:Category:FHIR_Connectathons]] (all connectathons)
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**[[:Category:FHIR_Connectathons|Historical Connectathons]] (list)
 
**[[Organizations interested in FHIR]]
 
**[[Organizations interested in FHIR]]
  
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** [[FHIR Resource Types]]
 
** [[FHIR Resource Types]]
 
** [[FHIR Resource Considerations]]
 
** [[FHIR Resource Considerations]]
** [[FHIR license]]
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** [[FHIR license]] (old page, to be archived)
 
** [[FHIR Principles]]
 
** [[FHIR Principles]]
  

Revision as of 07:54, 18 February 2014

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Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR, pronounced "Fire") defines a set of "Resources" that represent granular clinical concepts. The resources can be managed in isolation, or aggregated into complex documents. Technically, FHIR is designed for the web; the resources are based on simple XML or JSON structures, with an http-based RESTful protocol where each resource has predictable URL. Where possible, open internet standards are used for data representation.

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