In this programming contest, we will accept applications that meet the FHIR requirement.
Your application could be a library, package, tool, or any FHIR solution which uses any of InterSystems IRIS distributions.
The application should work on InterSystems IRIS for Health Community Edition.
The application should be Open Source and published on GitHub.
If the application satisfies some additional requirements listed below, it gets additional technology votes, one per each requirement:
More details on bonuses here.
Here is an application template, which meets the requirements and demonstrates the work of:
Don't forget to highlight in README of your application how it should be used.
Log in to Open Exchange, open your application page, make sure that it meets the requirements, and click the "Apply for Contest" button. Your application will be sent for approval and once approved will appear on the Contest page eventually.
By participating in the contest you agree with the following Terms and Conditions.
Visit the contest landing page to read and discuss the rules, nominations, and judgment criteria.
Join InterSystems Discord channel to chat about requirements, technology, voting, etc.
Patient Chart using FHIR Resources
Author: Henrique Gonçalves Dias
Experts 22Community 19
An example on how to take advantage of FHIR data schema created by IRIS for Health in conjunction with IRIS Analytics to provide analytics on FHIR data.
Author: José Roberto Pereira
Experts 22Community 10
A chatbot to query patient information using FHIR.
Author: Renato Banzai
Experts 6Community 6
App to generate FHIR QR Codes and vCards from InterSystems IRIS FHIR Resource
Author: YURI MARX PEREIRA GOMES
Experts 5Community 4
An example of how to customize API routes within the FHIR data schema.
Author: davi massaru teixeira muta
Experts 2Community 3