The LightMyFHIR blog is created and maintained by a group of MITRE engineers involved with HL7 FHIR*. Some of our past and current projects include:
- hData – the first normative HL7 specification for RESTful health data exchange
- Crucible – a tool for testing FHIR servers
- Intervention Engine – patient huddle and risk assessment tool using FHIR that includes a “work-in-progress” Go implementation of a FHIR DSTU2 server
- Bonnie – a tool for testing electronic Clinical Quality Measures (eCQM)
- Cypress – Meaningful Use Stage 2 Testing and Certification tool
- Synthea – a synthetic health record generator
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