IHE MHD (Mobile Health Data) and FHIR

Just noticed John Moehrke’s post on the recent IHE MHD connectathon. I love the way that this shows how the different organizations involved in healthcare interoperability are working together rather than taking opposing views…

About David Hay
I'm an independent contractor working with organizations like Rhapsody, Corepoint, CSIRO in Australia and the New Zealand Ministry Of Health. I'm an HL7 Fellow, Chair Emeritus of HL7 New Zealand and a co-chair of the FHIR Management Group. I have a keen interest in health IT, especially health interoperability with HL7 and the new FHIR standard.

One Response to IHE MHD (Mobile Health Data) and FHIR

  1. Hi David, thank you for the link to John’s blog reporting about the IHE MHD connectathon success using FHIR. Here is what I posted to John:

    “Hi John, loved to read about your successful implementations of the IHE MHD profile as a true FHIR profile. Did you also try to implement and test the IHE Internet User Authorization (IUA) profile and the IHE Patient Demographics Query for Mobile (PDQm) profile as FHIR profiles on Ewout’s or Graham’s server? As you, we are waiting for the finalization of the DSTU2 version. We are eager to verify our JSON based clients in communication with the FHIR Spark server and FHIR resources stored in the FHIR MongoDB database. Did you have participants at your Connectathon who were using the FHIR DSTU1 Spark server in the configuration described above? Will you have a show case at HIMSS 2015 in Chicago? Best, Uwe”

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