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Here's some good news to end the week: we've significantly improved your FHIR editing and publishing flow. We wrote all about it in our latest blog post, but here's a sneak peek for you:

Updated to the latest FHIR version

Simplifier.net, Forge and Torinox now all support the latest FHIR versions: FHIR 3.0.2 and 4.0.1. See the full overview of supported FHIR versions here.

Better integration between Forge and Simplifier

Both Forge and Torinox now allow you to log in with your Simplifier account. This enables you to easily synchronize your content from your local computer with your Simplifier FHIR project.

Packages everywhere

FHIR Packages are the answer to all your FHIR versioning problems. Build on stable versions of the projects you depend on and, in turn, give your customers a stable version of your resources to build on. With packages, you version a set of coherent resources together, instead of needing to version them all individually. Our tooling is bringing support for packages everywhere!

⚠️ If your project still depends on our mirrored versions of the core spec (simplifier.core.stu3 or simplifier.core.r4), now is the time to update them to the latest official hl7.fhir.r3.core or hl7.fhir.r4.core package.

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