# Hands on experience with interoperability | Redox to FHIR – Vicert follows through

Edition: Real-world problems and solutions

For an intro we suggest to brush up on some reading from our part 1:  READ HERE

Creating a puzzle

Tuning our thinking to the granularity of resources defined in FHIR wasn’t enough. Very soon we encountered our first challenge – making them work together. This is a very important notion in FHIR since the standard considers resource combination as an integral tool in representing healthcare use-cases.

Searching through extensive documentation we identified mechanisms in place providing this function:

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Developers Hands-On Experience with Interoperability: Redox to FHIR Vicert Takes on a Challenge

Vicert Takes on a Challenge

When a client asked for a Redox Data Chateau service adapter, a lot of new keywords were thrown my way. 

We had to look into every detail of “Redox”, “FHIR format”, “Data Models”, “resources” and “Clinical Summary” concepts in order to quickly create a bigger picture where everything needed for our project made sense.

Redox on Fhir

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How to use a HAPI-FHIR library and SMART Health IT #FirstEncounter

FHIR (pronounced “Fire”) is a standard for interoperable exchange of healthcare data developed under the HL7 organization. FHIR includes all features present in HL7 V2, HL7 V3, and CDA.

For more information on FHIR and benefits for providers, payers, clinicians, etc. – check out the latest white paper!

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