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  • FHIR Layer

    If you were developing a web based EMR platform, what would the concerns be with using Mirth and FHIR as a layer between the database and the web application? Couldn't you also then use the Mirth/FHIR layer for other entry points to the database(legacy HL7 v2.x and V3, EDI, etc).

    I do realize FHIR has not yet reach normative status, it seems this should happen soon.

    What are your thoughts?
    Best,

    Kirby

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    Any input is appreciated
    Best,

    Kirby

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    • #3
      Kirby,
      I am new to Mirth but I think I am doing a similar thing to what you are asking here. We have a Patient Access Healthcare product. I was planning to use Mirth to receive the HL7 ADT transactions that I would then call a API to store some information in a relational db and some in document database. We are also going to receive FHIR resource requests through Mirth. I'd like to normalize the HL7 v2 data to FHIR resources internally before storing in the document database. Are you still working on this project?

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      • #4
        What is the question?

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