One of the primary goals for clinFHIR is to help people who are new to the standard understand how it works – and increasingly these are clinicians whose interest is less in the technology and more about how FHIR can be used to represent the clinical information they wish to exchange.
While the current app does allow this, it has been aimed more at the people actually developing the resources than the casual user, and so can be time consuming to develop sets of resource instances that represent real world scenarios.
The component described by this post (called a simple builder – though a better name is needed!) is intended to allow someone completely new to FHIR to build sets of resources that represent clinical scenarios, to help them understand how the resources can be linked together – rather like Lego is used to build a complete model.
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