Updated video, screenshots
This demo comes pre-configured with a FHIR server, pre-populated with synthetic patient data. The new InterSystems API Manager (IAM) includes OpenAPI Swagger specs to quickly generate REST client code to work with many common FHIR resources.
The demo can be run locally with the following steps:
Please note that the build can take 15-20 minutes, with most of the time spent loading synthetic patient data. Make sure that you have at least 20GB of disk space.
After perfomring these actions your demo should be up and running on your machine. This includes an instance of InterSystems IRIS running an underlying FHIR server, and an Instance of the Intersystems API manager.
IRIS-FHIR-Server.yaml is a CloudFormation Template that would deploy this demo on AWS EC2 instance. You need to be logged in the AWS account and have at least one EC2 SSH Keypair avaliable.
Alternatevely go to CloudFormation, Create Stack, Upload Template and then select IRIS-FHIR-Server.yaml.
Choose the name for your demo and Existing EC2 SSH Keypair. If you don't have one - follow this guide to create one.
In 3-5 minutes you'll see the following in the Outputs tab:
|AStartingPoint||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQrTATu1CU4||It takes up to 10 minutes for all the resource to became avaliable after COMPLETE status is displayed. While you wait - watch the video and read: https://gettingstartedhealth.intersystems.com/interoperability/exploring-fhir-apis/|
|FHIRAPIDevPortal||http://x.x.x.x:8003/default/documentation||FHIR API Catalog|
|IRISPortal||http://x.x.x.x:9088/csp/sys/%25CSP.Portal.Home.zen||IRIS Management Portal|
After running the above commands you will have multipe Docker containers running on your machine. The most important ones are:
To take and make sure that your FHIR Server is up and running successfully you can test that you can successfully make requests to the exposed FHIR Endpoint. A tool like Postman can be very helpful here although it is not explicitly required. A simple curl request should work as well. I have provided an example request below (note the different port... the demo will run on 9088 by default)