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** Available using SSL at https://fhir.healthintersections.com.au/ (not operational right now)
 
** Available using SSL at https://fhir.healthintersections.com.au/ (not operational right now)
 
** See [[Health Intersections FHIR Server login documentation]] for OAuth
 
** See [[Health Intersections FHIR Server login documentation]] for OAuth
 
  
 
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** Patient resources, read only
 
** Patient resources, read only
 
** Implementation: FHIR v0.1, C#
 
** Implementation: FHIR v0.1, C#
 
  
 
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** "SMART on FHIR" Server: https://api.fhir.me  | [https://github.com/jmandel/smart-on-fhir Source]
 
** "SMART on FHIR" Server: https://api.fhir.me  | [https://github.com/jmandel/smart-on-fhir Source]
 
** "FHIR Starter" App Launcher https://apps.fhir.me | [https://github.com/jmandel/fhir-starter Source]
 
** "FHIR Starter" App Launcher https://apps.fhir.me | [https://github.com/jmandel/fhir-starter Source]
 
  
 
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** Illustrates building a FHIR server on any existing application, any resource, by mapping to the application database
 
** Illustrates building a FHIR server on any existing application, any resource, by mapping to the application database
 
** Tools to do this now available free, evolving
 
** Tools to do this now available free, evolving
 
  
 
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Revision as of 13:42, 24 March 2014


Health Intersections
Furore
NProgram
Oridashi


SMART Platforms
Robert Worden
  • Contact: Robert Worden
  • http://worden.globalgold.co.uk:8080/FHIR_a/hosted_demo.html Robert Worden / Open Mapping Software
  • Notes:
    • Patient resource, read-only
    • Illustrates building a FHIR server on any existing application, any resource, by mapping to the application database
    • Tools to do this now available free, evolving