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Overview

Azure API for FHIR enables rapid exchange of data through Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) APIs, backed by a managed Platform-as-a Service (PaaS) offering in the cloud. It makes it easier for anyone working with health data to ingest, manage, and persist Protected Health Information PHI in the cloud.

Getting Started

Getting Started

  1. 5/29/2019, Video, 0:02:35
    In this video, you'll get an introduction to Azure API for FHIR. Azure API for FHIR allows you to easily create and deploy a FHIR service for health data solutions. Sign...
  2. 7/26/2019, Video, 0:20:11
    Michael Hansen joins Scott Hanselman to explain what FHIR is and how to get started with FHIR on Azure. Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (or, FHIR) is a new standard...
  3. 2/25/2020, Website
    FHIR® – Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (hl7.org/fhir) – is a next generation standards framework created by HL7.

Azure API for FHIR Videos

Remote Patient Monitoring with Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)
3/30/2020, YouTube: Microsoft Developer
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Azure API for FHIR News

3/6/2020, Microsoft Azure Blog
Open standards will drive the future of healthcare, and today, we're sharing the expansion of Microsoft’s portfolio for FHIR, with new open-source software (OSS) and connectors which will help...
11/18/2019, Microsoft Azure Blog
Microsoft is expanding the ecosystem of FHIR® for developers with a new tool to securely ingest, normalize, and persist Protected Health Information (PHI) from IoMT devices in the cloud....
10/29/2019, Microsoft Azure Blog
Access to Diagnostic Logs is essential for any healthcare service where being compliant with regulatory requirements (like HIPAA) is a must. The feature in Azure API for FHIR that make this...
10/25/2019, Service Updates
When building an end-to-end solution around Azure API for FHIR you may need the help of a partner. A list of partners with unique IP or with experience building with Azure API for FHIR has been...
10/21/2019, Microsoft Azure Blog
Today, Microsoft becomes the first cloud with a fully managed, first-party service to ingest, persist, and manage healthcare data in the native FHIR format. The Azure API for FHIR® is releasing...