Vynyl is a gold-level sponsor of HL7 and we tip our hats to them for taking FHIR DevDays US online this year. On June 15-18, the DevDays Virtual Edition brought IT pros, designers, developers, product managers, and startups together to collaborate and learn about FHIR from the experts.
Education, sharing of ideas, and networking are the three pillars of FHIR DevDays events. Also on the agenda: the final ONC and CMS rules on interoperability and their implications for healthcare and insurance companies. We agree with HL7 that the rules will make a “tremendous impact on the way EHR vendors, payers, care providers, and interoperability networks do business.”
DevDays 2020 included presentations of FHIR-ready technology by Google, Microsoft, Apple, Amazon, and IBM, as well as a Patient Innovator track with a pitch competition. Morgan Gleason won with her idea to use FHIR to automate pre-visit summaries to share with her clinicians to manage her autoimmune condition.
Did you miss out on DevDays? All of the content is available for purchase on demand, here.
HL7 FHIR DevDays is organized by HL7 International and Firely.
Health Level Seven International (HL7) is an ANSI-accredited non-profit organization founded in 1987 that develops interoperability standards for global health data. HL7 has affiliates in more than 30 countries, and HL7 members represent more than 90 percent of healthcare information systems vendors.
Firely is a group of software engineers and FHIR consultants. They are responsible for maintaining the official open source .NET API for HL7 FHIR, and Vonk, the FHIR server for .NET.