Introduction to FHIR by HL7

About this event

HL7® FHIR® is the newest healthcare interoperability standard offered by HL7 providing domain-friendly wire formats compatible across the document, messaging, services and RESTful paradigms. This three-hour online class is for those who want to learn more about FHIR, what it can do and how their organisation might best take advantage of it.

This course will:

  • Explain the main principles underlying the FHIR methodology
  • Describe the characteristics of a FHIR resource and understand the contents of a resource definition
  • Explain the relationship between FHIR and other HL7 standards such as Version 2, Version 3, messaging and CDA
  • List some of the key FHIR infrastructure resources and explain how they are used to support the four FHIR interoperability paradigms  
  • Help organisations to determine if, when, where and how they might implement FHIR

Who should attend?

This class is for anyone in healthcare who wants to learn more about HL7® FHIR®.

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Tuesday, 22 January 2019 - 12:00pm to Wednesday, 23 January 2019 - 1:30pm
Online Class
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