We wanted to bring in healthcare a completely new solution to make diabetes diagnostics easier and more complex. We believe that our approach in implementing FHIR and IRIS systems to processing and storing medical data can prevent patients from many further pathologies connected with gestational diabetes. It will simplify patients’ and physicians' daily routines.
UPD: In version 2.0 of DiaBro, we have added ‘Pregnancy journal’ feature, since blood sugar that is not well controlled in a pregnant woman with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes could lead to problems for the woman and the baby. This feature will allow practitioners to track risk factors in gestational diabetes in real-time to take quick action in case of fatal changes in a patient's condition.
We have connected the data from FHIR and IRIS by using Kotlin and React. Main data (doctors, appointments) goes from FHIR, and additional (due to doctor's request) from IRIS. This helps to keep only precedence information in the FHIR (hospital database) and not overload the system with secondary information (e.g. patient's personal notes about his/her everyday condition). FHIR can be used for data transformation and analytics.
Considering the integrability of IRIS for Health and its formats used in the healthcare industry, in our further development we are planning to store and process all main data from the hospital with additional patient data that couldn't fit in FHIR format.
Our products and services:
Nice to have in the future:
DiaBro Multiplatform App can help end-customers such as Patient and Physician to get rid of time-wasting processes they go through in their everyday routine. Introduce to them new modern methods for tracking, collecting, and storing all necessary data in one Application. Because of this App simple usability, accessibility and constantly actualized information, the experience of use will become interactive and even addictive.
Backend part of diabetes and pregnancy symptoms tracking app.
Local installation: To run locally download frontend: git clone https://github.com/elisemax/client.git And backend: git clone https://github.com/Comodo13/Dia-Bro-App.git
Inside client folder:
Inside Dia-Bro-app folder:
java -jar deploy.jar
Run IRIS for Health Community edition docker-container:
sudo docker run --name iris -d --publish 1972:1972 --publish 52773:52773 containers.intersystems.com/intersystems/iris-community:2022.1.0.209.0 --check-caps false
For communication with FHIR REST API I implemented my custom mapper, but then I found out amazing connector library hapi-fhir-base, hapi-fhir-client. Last week my FHIR server from Hackaton stopped working so I had to mock data in code for demo reasons.
For communication with IRIS for Health I used intersystems-jdbc connector. There is support of Hibernate (ORM for Java). Because of IRIS for Health internal NoSQL structure, I wanted to test IRIS amazing speed performance with pure SQL. Maven successfully does job of ZPM: adding ingintersystems-jdbc.jar to project library and compiling.
For communication with FrontEnd we use REST. UI layout is generated at backend part for performance optimization reasons. At the same time we expose standart rest api for other consumer applications.
App was created using React, Redux, Typescript and Tailwind css. This app can be used like ReactComponents library to connect and visualize data from InterSystems database. You can easy create your own application using this react library
The React part is written in Typescript.
The Tailwindcss is already define css styles.
Our Demonstration video:
Big thanks to Evgeny Shvarov for introducing us to InterSystem infrastructure!