Te Whatu Ora, Central Region Integration Hub
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Te Whatu Ora, Central Region Integration Hub, published by Te Whatu Ora, Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua, MidCentral. This guide is not an authorized publication; it is the continuous build for version 1.0.6-rc5 built by the FHIR (HL7® FHIR® Standard) CI Build. This version is based on the current content of https://github.com/tewhatuora/centralRegion-integrationHub-ig/ and changes regularly. See the Directory of published versions

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Official URL: https://fhir.org.nz/ig/tewhatuora/crih-fhir-ig/ImplementationGuide/nz.central.ihub.ig Version: 1.0.6-rc5
Active as of 2024-04-19 Computable Name: CRIntegrationHub

Te Whatu Ora, Central Region Integration Hub

This is the Implementation Guide for the HL7® FHIR© interface for the Central Region Integration Hub service used to integrate HL7 v2 and FHIR capable applications. It brings together all the artifacts that are necessary to understand and use the FHIR API. It is based on FHIR R4 and NZBase 2.0.0

The purpose of the Integration Hub is to provide a FHIR API façade into the Central Region’s existing HL7 v2 messaging. The Integration Hub acts as an Operational Data Store holding snapshots of the supported FHIR resources that have been populated from master data sources via the region’s internal HL7 v2 messaging network.

The Integration Hub currently only provides read-only access to the supported FHIR Resources.

Sections

Logical Data Model

The Integration Hub supports a small set of FHIR Resources:

Patient Data Health Practitioner Referral Data  ClinicalImpression(FHIR Resource)  Patient(FHIR Resource)  Flag(FHIR Resource)  AllergyIntolerance(FHIR Resource)  Practitioner(FHIR Resource)  Organization(FHIR Resource)  ServiceRequest(FHIR Resource)  Subscription(FHIR Resource)  CodeSystem(FHIR Resource)  ValueSet(FHIR Resource)  ConceptMap(FHIR Resource) is subject of is subject of has is subject of is author of is recorder of is requestor of is performer of is performer of is referring practice of defines values for is source for is target for