So, only a month after I had hoped, we’ve just released version 1.0.0 of the FHIR2 module. This represents a complete rewrite of FHIR support for OpenMRS with the goal of providing a solid but extensible foundation for supporting FHIR resources and FHIR-based data exchange across OpenMRS.
This new release is aimed at supporting much of the base data available through the core OpenMRS platform through 14 different FHIR resources. While we regard the FHIR2 module as stable and usable at this point, we are excited to see how it works in real-world scenarios and to help iron out any issues that might exist in this current version.
This current version of the module will be the version released in the next release of the OpenMRS platform. However, we are anticipating adding new functionality to the module almost immediately, since some parts have been pending based on a code-freeze for the past 6 weeks.
We hope that you will find this module provides a solid basis for supporting FHIR within your implementations, experiments, and whatever else you do.
I neglected to add a few things to this original post: First, a big thanks to everyone who’s worked on the FHIR2 module. This wouldn’t be possible without all your contributions. Also, thanks especially to @ccwhite23 who has served as the TPM for the project.
Second, you should be able to download the 1.0.0 version of this module on Bintray.