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Forge now officially supports FHIR R4B and comes with an upgrade wizard that helps you:

  • Analyse the impact and benefits of upgrading from R4 to R4B
  • Convert all of your R4 resources to their equivalents in R4B

Read all about the R4B upgrade wizard in the Forge documentation.

Additional release highlights:

  • Added option Do this for all current items when closing documents and being presented the option to Save or Discard the document.
  • Added separate session message filter Corrections for messages related to corrections that Forge makes when you open a resource.
  • Most settings from the Option menu have been moved to a Settings dialog.
  • Various bugs were squashed.

You can find our complete release notes here.

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