Epic on FHIR

When everyone's on the same page, technology can make cool things happen. Epic is a strong supporter of the HL7® FHIR® standard as the future of REST-based interoperability. In addition to participating in the standards development process with HL7, Epic is also a member of the Argonaut Project and the Da Vinci Project, each aimed at accelerating the adoption of FHIR.

Epic's work with FHIR means that any health system, hospital, or clinic that uses Epic's comprehensive health record system can connect to any app that also supports FHIR to exchange health information, including but not limited to the U.S. Core Data for Interoperability – or USCDI - data classes and elements.

Interoperability Guide Check out our guide.

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Epic on FHIR is a free resource for developers who create apps for use by patients and healthcare organizations.

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Testing Sandbox

Test APIs against example data

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Client Registration

Software registration and client identifier management

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Documentation

Additional developer support documentation

Summary of Resources

  • Binary (CCDA Documents)

  • Read DSTU2
  • Binary (Clinical Notes)

  • Read R4
  • Read STU3
  • Binary (Practitioner Photo)

  • Read R4
  • CarePlan (Encounter Level Care Plan)

  • Read, Search R4
  • CarePlan (Longitudinal Care Plan)

  • Read, Search R4
  • FamilyMemberHistory

  • Search DSTU2
  • MedicationRequest (Unsigned Medication Order)

  • Create CDS Hooks - R4
  • Create CDS Hooks - STU3
  • Organization

  • Read R4
  • Read STU3
  • RelatedPerson

  • Read R4
  • Schedule

  • Read STU3
  • ServiceRequest (Unsigned Procedure Order)

  • Create CDS Hooks - R4
  • Create CDS Hooks - STU3
  • Slot

  • Read STU3