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Update Your Avatar on WordPress.com

We’ve given one of our favorite features a boost! You can now manage your profile photo, or avatar, right on WordPress.com. This avatar, powered by a service called… 257 more words

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FHIR Versions and Conformance URLs

As you probably know, there are a number of ‘conformance’ resources in FHIR that have a unique ‘canonical’ Url that identifies them globally. Other resources that need to refer to them can do so by addressing them by that URL – for example when a profile (Core or Derived) binds a coded element to a ValueSet, it does so via that URL – as does a Profile referencing an Extension Definition (both Profile and Extension Definition are StructureDefinition resources). 1,165 more words

Implementation Guide viewer

Just a short post to describe some updates to the Implementation Guide viewer (which I’ve renamed from ‘profile viewer’ as it was described in this post… 776 more words

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clinFHIR profile viewer

Over the years I’ve made a number of attempts to build a profile viewer – to a mixed amount of success. The issue is becoming more urgent though, as profiles (as part of Implementation Guides) start to become published, and vendors such as Orion Health need to think about how we are to support them. 1,547 more words

Changing a ValueSet in a profile

I learned something today.

Actually, most days I do learn something (and occasionally remember it later on) but this one is worth recording here. 446 more words

Designer Profile: Jamie Sangar

The Monogram team came across a photo designer and photographer Jamie Sangar shared on her Instagram account earlier this year and were so impressed by her design aesthetic, we needed to learn more! 1,009 more words

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Creating an Extension Definition – part 3: Coded items

A common data type that is likely to be added in an extension are coded types – those where the value in an instance comes from a pre-defined set of possible values. 840 more words

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