2023 HL7® FHIR® DevDays in Amsterdam stood out in a few ways, and in case you weren’t able to make it to the event, here’s your chance to digest the newly uploaded session recordings.
Among the highlights were two insightful sessions hosted by Redoxers. These sessions highlighted two crucial truths about FHIR capabilities and adoption. First, FHIR’s strength lies not just in its modernization capabilities but also in its ability to be a powerful, programmable tool for developers. Second, while FHIR’s role plays a foundational role for the development of various new tools, the likelihood of it completely replacing older standards is slim, particularly where compliance requirements and deeply ingrained practices are concerned.
Learn more about mapping X12 and DICOM® to FHIR at these two standout presentations featuring real world customer examples:
Light up X12, but don’t let it burn
Nick Hatt and Garrett Rhodes
CMS has proposed regulations requiring the use of FHIR API to automate prior authorization processes and streamline communication between payers and EHR systems. However, established HIPAA rules still demand the use of X12, meaning payers must comply by using both sets of standards.
In this recorded session, Redox’s Nick Hatt and Garrett Rhodes explain how developers can meet these dual demands. Drawing from their experience with real-world customer projects, they share valuable recommendations for effectively mapping X12 to FHIR in various complicated scenarios.
Set DICOM on FHIR: metadata and images in FHIR workflows
While FHIR is making huge strides, the notion of it completely replacing DICOM is unlikely. Developers seeking guidance for DICOM to FHIR mapping and analyzing large volumes of DICOM data in the cloud can find valuable insights in this session withRedox’s Garrett Rhodes and Tanner Engbretson.
We’re looking forward to reconnecting with everyone at FHIR DevDays 2024 in June. In the meantime, check out our latest FHIR content below.
- Three FHIR myths that hold back digital health enterprises
- Tech Talk: Building a FHIR data store
- Tech Talk: Deliver a future-proof AI strategy with a FHIR data store
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