Dr. David Hay

  • What is the Da Vinci HL7 FHIR Project?

    What is the Da Vinci HL7 FHIR Project?

    Da Vinci aims to improve healthcare and reduce wastage in the system by moving to an outcomes-based model of care rather than a purely transactional ‘fee for service’ model.

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  • What is the FHIR based CDS Hooks API?

    What is the FHIR based CDS Hooks API?

    The CDS Hooks application programming interface (API) is a specification that builds on the FHIR® core specification to describe how an electronic health record (EHR) can automatically invoke external

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  • What is the FHIR Bulk Data Extract?

    What is the FHIR Bulk Data Extract?

    The FHIR Bulk Data Extract, which is designed to meet use cases where information from multiple patients, needs to be extracted from a data source such as an Electronic Health Record (EHR) or FHIR ser

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  • FHIR Release 4 is published – 4 improvements to learn about

    FHIR Release 4 is published – 4 improvements to learn about

    Grahame Grieve, the Product Director for FHIR, has recently announced that FHIR release 4 was finalized at the end of 2018 – it has been over a year and a half since the previous version

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  • What is the Blue Button 2.0 API?

    What is the Blue Button 2.0 API?

    Blue Button 2.0 is an API from the Centres for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that incorporates data for 53 million beneficiaries.

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  • What is smart about SMART on FHIR?

    What is smart about SMART on FHIR?

    Substitutable Medical Applications and Reusable Technologies (SMART) is a healthcare standard, that adds a layer of security in front of FHIR interfaces to support safe access to data.

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  • Who are HL7 and why are they so important for Health IT?

    Who are HL7 and why are they so important for Health IT?

    HL7 International started in the 1980’s in an attempt to standardize the exchange of key information within a hospital – patient registrations, laboratory tests and medications.

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  • Digitally Sharing Adverse Reactions

    Digitally Sharing Adverse Reactions

    A project that clinically validates an information model

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  • Using Rhapsody as a FHIR Façade Part Two

    Using Rhapsody as a FHIR Façade Part Two

    In part two, Dr. David Hay dives into leveraging Rhapsody and FHIR resources.

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  • Using Rhapsody as a FHIR façade

    Using Rhapsody as a FHIR façade

    Anyone who maintains a store of clinical data will be thinking about if and how they should be exposing that data for use by external applications.

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  • Ecosystem Thinking Accelerates Innovation

    Ecosystem Thinking Accelerates Innovation

    How FHIR APIs enable healthcare data to be available where it is needed

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  • How to Involve Clinicians in Health IT Projects

    How to Involve Clinicians in Health IT Projects

    clinFHIR: A tool for clinicians to learn about FHIR

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  • Why is interoperability so important for healthcare organizations?

    Why is interoperability so important for healthcare organizations?

    And how can FHIR APIs help?

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  • Enabling the Ecosystem with FHIR

    Enabling the Ecosystem with FHIR

    How can healthcare information be made available where and when it is needed?

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  • FHIR Sparking Innovation In Health Information Sharing

    FHIR Sparking Innovation In Health Information Sharing

    Health information sharing is becoming increasingly important, patients now expect that the information they need to be available to them at the point of care

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  • FHIR for Clinicians

    FHIR for Clinicians

    How to blaze through health IT projects

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