New Zealanders have been active participants in the HL7® FHIR® Project since its beginning, back in 2012. This Page presents some of the known, local implementations and resources…

 Hay on FHIR Blog – thoughts and comments on FHIR from HL7NZ Chair Emeritus, and FHIR Management Group Co-Chair, David Hay.  A ‘treasure trove’ of implementation advice, accumulated over a number of years, with broad coverage of the FHIR specification.

HL7 FHIR Certified Professionals 

  • Derek Buchanan
  • David Hay
  • Peter Jordan
  • Samantha Burchell 

Preparing for the FHIR Certification Exam – the experiences of Derek Buchanan

clinFHIR – Well-established and popular FHIR modelling tool for clinicians and business analysts – developed by HL7NZ Chair Emeritus, David Hay.

Terminz – Patients First Terminology Server and Client Test Site. A fully-featured implementation of the FHIR Terminology Services API. Supported Code Systems included SNOMED CT®, NZ Medicines Terminology (NZMT/NZULM) and LOINC. Developed by HL7NZ Chair, Peter Jordan.

Patient First Blog: Patients First’s Terminology Server excels at FHIR Connectathon

Healthpoint API Gateway – FHIR API to this well-established NZ Health Services Directory.

HealthOne – FHIR APIs used as part of a Shared Care Record View of health information that includes GP records, prescribed medications and test results.

Well App – Patient App, for iOS and Android users, including a FHIR API, developed by Toniq and WebTools, used to pull through dispensed medication information from multiple pharmacies.

ALEX – Medtech Global’s  Application Layer Exchange allowing third-party applications to securely integrate into the Medtch32 and Medtech Evolution PMSs, via APIs built on HL7 FHIR.

If you have an application that uses HL7 FHIR, contact us as we’d love to add it to this Page.