With thousands of TestScripts available in Touchstone, it can seem difficult to know where to start.
This guide will point you in the best direction for finding the FHIR implementation rocket fuel best suited to your project.
EHR vendors, payers, providers … several FHIR versions are out there, but everyone is implementing FHIR version 4.0.1 right now.
Then run FHIR 4.0.1 Advanced tests to really <insert pitch here>
Patient-facing apps need to be able to authenticate using OAuth/UDAP and the SMART App Launch Framework workflow to connect to and authenticate with FHIR servers.
The IHE Mobile Health Document Sharing (MHDS) profile (commonly called “MHD”) Profile specifies how a collection of IHE profiles can be used by communities for exchanging health information. In conjunction with the MHD publication using the FHIR IG publication process, the Touchstone team collaborated with the IHE team to create a suite of FHIR TestScripts for validating FHIR implementations using the MHD Profile.