FHIR is an interoperability standard intended to facilitate the exchange of healthcare information between organizations. It consists of 2 main parts – a content model in the form of ‘resources’, and a specification for the exchange of these resources in the form of real-time RESTful interfaces as well as messaging and Documents.


Technologies like REST based web services and OAuth2.0 for authentication and authorization allow sensitive health data to be securely transmitted from where data is stored to where it is most useful. FHIR resources can provide the health data you need where and when you need it.




Over 15 Years of Experience!

With our extensive experience in hospital and clinic workflows we make sure operations are flowing efficiently and effectively.


User Interface (UI) Development

User experience is key to software adoption and understanding the healthcare processes allows us to build intuitive custom user experiences using your existing data warehouses.

Machine Learning (ML)

Healthcare data is valuable in many ways and the many discreet data points collected using electronic health records can be used to train machine learning models to make health related predictions.

Application Programming Interfaces (API) Development

Application Programming Interfaces or APIs have become commonly used because of the ease of scalability and low resource footprint. APIs can be built to communicate with your EHR, practice management, or billing systems.

Claims and Claim Line Feed (CCLF) Data

Claims data contains a wealth of information that can be aggregated to provide metrics on a specific patient or how a provider is doing with a specific population of patients.

Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)

HL7.org is working to finalize the FHIR standard and it simplifies and standardizes the process of sharing health data securely using industry leading technologies. FHIR resources can provide the health data you need where and when you need it.

HL7 Interfacing

The bulk of healthcare interfacing is currently done via HL7 version 2 messages transferred over a variety of different ways. Health Intellects are familiar with many of the commonly used interface engines and ETL tools used in the IT industry.

Looking For help with your Electronic Health Record’s API?

Health Intellect has the resources needed to help develop applications that integrate with all Electronic Health Record software that support the FHIR interoperability standard.