Datum/Zeit: 19.03.2015 14:00 - 17:00
Veranstaltungsort: FH Technikum Wien
Advanced Aspects of FHIR
About the Trainer:
Drs. Ewout Kramer is a member of the FHIR Core team and Health architect at Furore.
Ewout Kramer has studied Informatics at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. For more than a decade he has been assisting software developers build HL7 version 3 connectivity into their systems. He is a member of the HL7 RIMBAA group, specializing in HL7 RIM-based integration architecture and system design.
Ewout has been involved in the HL7 FHIR specification since its inception and has the responsibility for the .NET reference implementation thereof. He has also created public FHIR test servers and FHIR Connectathon certification tests.
Combining his experience as software developer, architect and speaker, Ewout makes sure his training courses are fun, up-to-date and practical.
Summary of course content:
Booking of this Workshop: Please follow this link Jahrestagung 2015
This training course offers a hands-on overview of the content of the HL7 FHIR standard. It also offers guidance on how to design, develop and test software that uses the HL7 FHIR interoperability standard, all the way from the wire-format up to validation and storage. The development process of new HL7 FHIR resources will not be touched upon.
Who Should Attend: This advanced training course is aimed at those involved with the design, development, implementation, deployment and support of systems that use (or will use) the HL7 FHIR standard.
Agenda of the training course:
- More on search
- Beyond REST – Documents
- Exercise: Constructing a FHIR Document
- Looking forward: The DSTU2 operations framework
- Looking forward: Profiling in DSTU2
- Exercise: Validating a FHIR instance against a profile
- The FHIR C# and Java API’s
- Interactive session: Everything you like to know about DSTU2
(DSTU2 is introduced here)
Prerequisites: The attendees are assumed to be familiar with:
- XML, Json and web-infrastructure protocols,
- Although not a requirement, knowledge of HL7 version 2 and/or HL7 version 3 will be helpful in understanding the material,
- Knowledge of .NET or Java platform is helpful, because some of the exercises will be done in either C# or Java. Should you not have knowledge of either platform, then you will be asked to partner with another attendee.
- General principles of data modeling,
- General software development principles like object orientation, databases, layered software design.