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Implementation Guide
September 2022
This document provides guidance for cooperative use of the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard and the Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) health data paradigm. The document describes the FAIR principles, which emphasise improving the ability of machines to automatically find and make use of research and other data, and support its reuse by human researchers. It also describes the relationship of FAIR to the FHIR standard. This document deals with health data. Other health-related artefacts such as clinical guidelines, algorithms, software and models are out of scope.

Main sections:

• FHIR for FAIR home page

• About this version

• Overview

• General recommendations

• Immunology Database and Analysis Portal

• FAIR4Health project

• Leipzig Health Atlas (LHA)

• Terminologies

• Implementing the RDA indicators

• RDA indicators

• Methodology

• Deployments

• Metadata and data

• FAIR guiding principles

• Representing FAIR metadata with Citation

• Implementing the FAIR principles

• FHIR identifiers and FAIR principles

• Non-invasive multimodal foetal ECG-Doppler dataset for antenatal cardiology research

• The Medical Information Mart for Intensive Care IV - Emergency Department (MIMIC-IV-ED, v1.0) dataset

• The NFDI4Health consortia

• The Personal Health Train

• Center for Evidence and Practice Improvement (CEPI) Evidence Discovery and Retrieval (CEDAR) - Making evidence more FAIR

• Useful downloads

• Acknowledgments, licenses and copyrights

• IG change history

• Artifacts summary
Access HL7 FHIR Implementation Guide: FHIR for FAIR – FHIR Implementation Guide v1.0.0

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