Sonntag, 21. Dezember 2014

HAPI Holidays / Frohe FHIRtage

That's "Happy Holidays!" in German

Freitag, 19. Dezember 2014

Let's call it a FHIRabend

Some of my readers may have wondered about this Blog's name, which certainly isn't self-explanatory outside of Germany (or outside the FHIR-Community for that matter).

The acronym FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is a masterstroke from the pen of our interoperability poet, Rene Spronk!

The capabilities for wordplays and associations are endless and the creativity within the community to come up with new ideas, names and taglines never ceases to amuse me.

Dienstag, 16. Dezember 2014

Setting the campus on FHIR - Part II

As announced before, here are the results of the 'Connectathon' we staged at the University of Heidelberg/Heilbronn with a group of seven students of Medical Informatics.

Sonntag, 14. Dezember 2014

Setting the campus on FHIR

I am regularly teaching at my alma mater, the University of Heidelberg/Heilbronn University's faculty for medical informatics. My class aims to offer a "hands on" interoperability course teaching students not only about communication standards in healthcare but also how to deploy them in real live scenarios.

Samstag, 13. Dezember 2014


What happens at the Hack-a-thon usually stays at the Hack-a-thon,
unless it's Christmas
and hilarious.

With thanks to Rene Spronk for the idea, lyrics, vocals, production and recruitment :)
Click here for the full lyrics.

Yet another FHIR blog!

When I decided to start this blog a couple of weeks ago, I felt there was a gap on the internet that needed to be filled.

Donnerstag, 27. November 2014

Connectathon Showcase Konfiguration: Cloverleaf on FHIR

Mit der Mission, dem Firmenmotto "Cloverleaf verbindet, was verbunden gehört" Ehre zu machen, trat die Health-Comm GmbH  (vertreten durch mich und meinen treuen Gefährten, den Cloverleaf Kommunikationsserver) bei den FHIR Developer Days 2014 an, eine Brücke zwischen HL7 Version 2 und FHIR zu schlagen.

Endlich Fhirabend!

Nach drei ideen-inspirierenden, prototyp-programmierenden, lektionen-lernenden Tagen und eben so vielen schlaflosen Nächten auf dem FHIR Connectathon in Amsterdam nun endlich: