FHIR Implementation Guide Registry

Jungyub Woo
Implementation Guide and FHIR artifacts for the ACCESS Gateway
Super Administrator
The BSeR FHIR implementation guide provides guidance for using the HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) standard as an exchange format for Bidirectional Services eReferral (BSeR). It is a collection of FHIR resource profiles design for use in information exchanges supporting service provider referral and service outcome reporting. A key concept adopted in the design of the BSeR FHIR Profiles is the concept of parsimony. Program area referral and feedback transactions contain common transaction data and program specific data. A critical design requirement is to limit the exchange of clinical information to program areas to only that data that pertain to the program. Transaction participant data such as Patient, Referring Provider, and Servicing Provider are common to both referral and feedback transactions. The data content of each transaction type is partitioned into common and program specific data items. Some program specific data items pertain to multiple program areas; others are specific to a single subject area.
ravi kondiparthi
Este perfil define las expectativas mínimas para buscar y obtener documentos de paciente desde un registro y repositorio utilizando el recurso DocumentReference. Está inspirada por la especificación ITI-68 de IHE MHD y la guía de implementación Argonaut Data Query 1.0. El sistema de autorización se realiza a través de back-end (inspirado en el presentado por Smart-On-FHIR) con la autenticación de usuarios delegada a las aplicaciones que consultan el registro/repositorio. En todos los casos estas especificaciones han sido adaptadas a FHIR STU3 y a las necesidades específicas de Esta guía Identifica los elementos mínimos obligatorios que devolverán los registros y repositorios, extensiones y vocabularios
Brian Reinhold
Questionnaire assessing the risk of contagious viral infection leading to COVID-19. Used as part of the CovApp patient assessment app developed by Data4LIfe and Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin (, also available as open source at
This project contains FHIR resources used in Dedalus' COVID-19 Solution software, covering patient self-assessment, remote Practitioner-driven clinical assessment and telemedicine/self-monitoring.
Rajesh Garlapati
Michele Cherry
DEPRECATED The Norwegian basisprofiles for are developed by HL7 Norway and The Norwegian Directorate of eHealth in cooperation with the industry.
Thomas Tveit Rosenlund
This implementation guide focuses on the application of FHIR to the general category of Point-of-Care Devices (PoCD), such as those typically found in a hospital care setting (e.g., physiological monitors, infusion pumps, ventilators, pulse-oximeters, etc.).
Todd Cooper
Jule Nissen
Bertil Reppen
Implementationguide für die Arbeitsergebnisse der AG Einwilligungsmanagement
Simone Heckmann