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FHIR can be found here www.hl7.org/fhir/
An introductory presentation about FHIR by the HL7 UK Technical Committee Chair, Rik Smithies, is attached here: HL7 UK FHIR and JSON
Directory of all FHIR versions, including DSTU 2: http://www.hl7.org/fhir/directory.html
A FHIR Chat Group on Zulip Chat. Anyone can join. See http://chat.fhir.org/#
The HL7 FHIR team announces the publication of the 2nd DSTU at http://hl7.org/fhir. This is an extensive rewrite of all parts of the specification. Some highlights are:
Simplifies the RESTful API
Extends search and visioning significantly
Increases the power and reach of the conformance resources and tools
Defines a terminology service
Broadens functionality to cover new clinical, administrative and financial areas
Incorporates thousands of changes in exisiting areas in response to trial use
As part of publishing this version the quality of the process and the specification and overall consistency is much improved. A full list of changes to the FHIR standard can be found at http://hl7.org/fhir/history.html#history
FHIR Wiki - The HL7 UK FHIR Forum Wiki is available for HL7
UK Members and other interested parties. Access details are:
Server Username: wuki
Server Password: wukiwuki
The wiki is open to all interested parties. To edit pages you must create an additional user account. Please use an identifiable user name. If the webmaster cannot identify you by name or email address then your account will be blocked.
FHIR Hack Days. HL7 UK run regular FHIR hacking
days. Contact the TC
Chair if you are interested in participating or hosting a FHIR Hack
Day. These are informal days of programming and testing with other FHIR
users. You will have the opportunity to work hands-on with FHIR experts and
beginners, to write code and explore what you can build.
Blog from a recent Hack Day.
Links to download the FHIR Standard are listed below