Aderas catches FHIR with Smile CDR!

Aderas launched new FHIR offerings at 2018 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium in Orlando, July 24, 2018 – July 26, 2018. Partnering with Simpatico Intelligent Systems, the developers of Smile CDR and maintainers of the open source HAPI FHIR project, Aderas will now offer services that leverage HL7 FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) to federal, civilian, health, and DoD customers in the …

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Smile CDR Goes to Boston!

Smile CDR will be at the FHIR Social: Lightning Talks & Hacking on June 18, as well as at HL7 FHIR DevDays Boston June 19-21, 2018. DevDays is the premier event on the FHIR calendar every year. Five years ago marked the first iteration of DevDays. The original event took place in Amsterdam, the home base of Firely (formerly Furore) who …

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Giving Health Records a Voice

We will be at the 2018 Digital Workforce Summit in New York this week to hear from thought-leaders and innovators in the use of AI. Working with the team at IPSoft, we will be looking for a way to use their innovative AI named Amelia to create engaging and intuitive ways to share health information in clinical …

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Smile CDR 2018.05.R01 and HAPI FHIR 3.4.0 Released!

We are pleased to announce that the May releases of Smile CDR and HAPI FHIR are now live. Smile CDR 2018.05.R01 Release A complete list of changes in this release is available in the Changelog. Highlights include: A new security module type called Scripted Inbound Security has been added. This module allows authentication/authorization flows to be implemented using …

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Smile CDR 2018.03.R01 and HAPI FHIR 3.3.0 Released!

We are pleased to announce that the March releases of Smile CDR and HAPI FHIR are now live. Smile CDR 2018.03.R01 Enhancements Smile CDR did not have a January release, so the March release is packed with enhancements. Our Changelog has the full details. Some highlights include: A number of performance enhancements are included in this release …

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The Growth of HL7 FHIR

One of the things we often talk about in the FHIR standards development community is where FHIR currently sits on Gartner’s Hype Cycle. The hype cycle is a coarse measure of the trajectory of new technologies on a journey from being “new and exciting silver bullets” to eventually being “boring useful technologies”. When you are a …

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HL7 FHIR Applications Roundtable Results

Health Sciences South Carolina, powered by Smile CDR, were voted Best in Show for their presentation at the recent HL7 FHIR Applications Roundtable in New Orleans! Here’s the gist of the presentation: HSSC and Smile CDR have developed a FHIR based Clinical Data Repository infrastructure which spans several facilities. In this architecture, each facility is …

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New HAPI FHIR and Smile CDR Releases

We are very happy to announce that we have finalized the simultaneous releases of HAPI FHIR 3.1.0 and Smile CDR 2017.11.R01. Smile CDR 2017.11.R01 This release contains a number of enhancements, several performance enhancements, as well as some bugfixes. The complete list of changes is available in the product Changelog. Key improvements include: Various improvements to HL7 v2.x processing …

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Smile CDR powers NursIT apps for Germany

Simpatico is pleased to announce that Smile CDR has been selected as the FHIR platform for NursIT Institute’s upcoming FHIR app offerings. NursIT Institute, voted one of the top 5 Digital Heath pioneers in Germany, targets small to large university hospitals to deliver a variety of SMART on FHIR applications to address functionality overlooked by existing …

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We’re going to New Orleans!

Smile CDR has been invited back to the HL7 FHIR Applications Roundtable in New Orleans, Dec 6-7. This time, we will be presenting a novel Smile CDR use case with our partner, Health Sciences South Carolina (“HSSC”). Established in 2004, HSSC was the first statewide health data and research collaborative in the United States. Today, HSSC enables multi-institutional health …

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