FHIR


HIMSS 2017 Debrief – FHIR Myths and Misconceptions 1

After successfully navigating my way back home, the HIMSS 2017 conference is now a fading memory of a whirlwind of events – presentations, education sessions, parties and numerous conversations – not to mention thousands of steps through the exhibit hall and beyond.  My focus, as always, for the past few […]


HL7 FHIR Implementer Certification…Coming Soon

This past October at the 30th Annual HL7® Plenary, Working Group Meeting and FHIR® Connectathon 14 event, I realized it was my three-year anniversary of attendance. True, that may not sound like a long time to those seasoned HL7 veterans but my focus has been and remains the HL7 FHIR […]


How to Save Money on Interoperability

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FHIR Testing and Lift-Off to the HL7 Conference

The AEGIS FHIR Team continues to make enhancements to the Touchstone Project and its Test-Driven-Development (TDD) integrated ecosystem. The Touchstone Project is an AEGIS Developers Integration Lab (DIL) initiative – a next generation Open Access / Cloud-based Testing Platform which applies Conformance and Interoperability testing capabilities against the HL7® FHIR® specification. […]


FHIR’d Up for HIMSS16

Following the political party caucuses, the presidential candidates will be long gone from Las Vegas when HIMSS16 spins up on February 29. But the debates will only be getting started. Which electronic health record is the best? Which middleware works or doesn’t work? Whose standards are going to be adopted? How […]


AEGIS Recognized as Distinguished HSPC Member

In late January 2016, AEGIS became a formal recognized member the Healthcare Services Platform Consortium (HSPC), a provider-led, multi-stakeholder initiative to launch a next-generation service oriented platform for healthcare. “We are using AEGIS’ platform for testing and developing a supportability framework for the HSPC. This effort will evolve not only […]


AEGIS Leaders Interviewed on HealthcareScene.com

Today, John Lynn, Editor and Founder of HealthcareScene asked AEGIS industry leaders, Mario Hyland & Richard Ettema to discuss their approach, strategies and success implementing truly scalable interoperable solutions in the health care arena. Prior to the interview, John held a discussion focusing on How Do We Achieve Continuous Healthcare Interoperability? Mario’s statement […]


Open Health News Publishes AEGIS Piece on FHIR, Touchstone

Open Health News has published another article authored by Mario Hyland and Barry Dickman that covers HL7, FHIR, and the role the AEGIS Touchstone Project plays in the the FHIR interoperability ecosystem. Check it out over at the OHT site!


AEGIS in the News

Frank Irving at HealthITInteroperability.com published a piece today recapping FHIR Connectathon 10 and AEGIS’ recent announcement about Touchstone, an AEGIS DIL Initiative for HL7 FHIR testing. The article includes an interview with AEGIS President Michael Callihan elaborating on AEGIS’ views on the current state of the health information exchange interoperability […]


Mario Hyland Appointed to the HL7® Architecture Board

In late October 2015, Mario Hyland (@Interopguy), Senior Vice President at AEGIS.net, Inc. was officially appointed to the Health Level International (HL7®) Architecture Board (ArB). The ArB is responsible for the architecture of the HL7 Standards. Mario’s role with the ArB is to work within the organization to market and refine […]