Read our three new blog posts on Simplifier.net and Forge by Firely:
- How to Validate FHIR Resources like a Boss
Ardon is giving an overview of four different ways to validate FHIR resources with available tooling.
- Teams: User management for FHIR projects made simple
We're making it easier to manage access to your FHIR projects and packages. And also to have more flexibility in producing your FHIR production resource.
- The new FHIR Package Registry
For HL7 International we've developed a great FHIR package search interface on Simplifier.net.
Other news from Firely
🤖 Firely's command-line tool for FHIR is now known as Firely Terminal. And with even more features it is the full cross-platform solution for automating any FHIR workflow.
Learn more about the best ways to validate your FHIR, manage your Simplifier.net team and the new FHIR package registry.
💎 Read the new Firely blog on hidden gems that will make managing FHIR resources and projects in Simplifier.net easier.
Use Forge for FHIR R5 Preview #2 during the HL7 FHIR Connectathon. And specify precisely against what packages you want to resolve, validate and document with our latest releases.
🆕 The latest FHIR everywhere in our Simplifier.net suite: Both in FHIR version (4.0.1 and 3.0.2) and in having all the official FHIR packages now available to you! Read our full blog post.
Your chance to speak at DevDays, June 16-18, 2020, Cleveland, OH
We always release the DevDays content – videos, slides, exercises – 6 months after the event. On the DevDays website you will now find the content of DevDays US 2019 (Redmond, June 2019).
Forge 23.0 for STU3 is a major update with new features and improvements and important bug fixes. We recommend all users to update to this release.
Forge 23.0 for FHIR R4 is a minor update with some important bug fixes. We recommend all users to update to this release.
Forge is the official HL7 FHIR Profile & Conformance editor. Forge 22.1 for R4 is a major update with important improvements to conformancy, including a significant revision of type slicing according to the new R4 behavior.