Connectathon report

A report on the recent FHIR connectathon hosted at the HL7 Site...

A sense of history with clinFHIR

I’m definitely going to finish off the series on building extensions (we have to cover coded extensions) but I must admit I’ve been a bit sidetracked in the last couple of days. You see we had a call with the ‘Clinicians on FHIR’ team talking about plans for the upcoming event at the WGM in Spain, and during the course of the discussion, Emma asked if clinFHIR could show versions of resources as she wanted to describe medication reconciliation.

At the time I said we could certainly do something like that (though I’ve not yet got that working in the Scenario Builder) but after the call I was thinking about it, and it occurred to me that what we really need is to be able to version scenarios – so we can show how they are built up, and potentially to model a workflow like fulfillment of an order or reconciliation.

So, may I present…

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FHIR Connectathon, May 2017, Madrid Spain

Notice about the next connectathon:
It’s again my pleasure to remind you of the 15th FHIR Connectathon that is coming up on the Saturday/Sunday 6/7 May just before the next HL7 Working Group Meeting in Madrid, Spain. Here’s the link to the WGM: http://www.hl7.org/events/working_group_meeting/2017/05/
Here’s the wiki page that describes the connectathon in more detail: http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=FHIR_Connectathon_15

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Internet etiquette

Just a very short post to the author of the site that is copying my posts (and that of others). While I’m flattered you think my work worthy of duplication,  there are more polite ways to recognize this than just a complete copy – including asking me first!

There’s no obvious way to contact you on your site, so hopefully this post will come to your attention.

Please contact me directly – my email is david dot hay twenty five at gmail.com so we can work out how you can do this in a more polite fashion.

cheers…

FHIR QA

We’re looking for volunteers to help out with QA (Quality Assurance) for the STU3 FHIR specification.

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Move to New Zealand!

If you’re thinking of moving to New Zealand (and, of course, everyone wants to), then have I got a deal for you!

https://www.bayleys.co.nz/Listing/Auckland/Auckland/Mt-Eden/1630149

(Sorry, blatant misuse of a FHIR blog!)

 

Videos on clinFHIR Scenario Builder and Logical Modelers

So in a fit of enthusiasm I offered to do a short demo of clinFHIR at the CATonFHIR event in the UK in a couple of days. As it turns out, the reality of the timing is that this would be at 2am my time (New Zealand). Of course I’d be happy to do this to support FHIR (and have done it before), but when the organizer Philip Scott suggested I record a video that they could show instead of a live performance I jumped at the chance!

And having done one, a second wasn’t that hard…

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