Understanding which versions of FHIR & databases are compatible is overwhelming.  RDBMS’s uniquely handle Blob storage, Hibernate & FHIR processing, via configurations

Understanding which versions of FHIR & databases are compatible is overwhelming.  RDBMS’s uniquely handle Blob storage, Hibernate & FHIR processing, via configurations. FHIR lacks Encryption of data. BDR-FHIR uses Interceptors & Microservices allowing FHIR to function normally with encrypted data.

BDR-FHIR offers its delivery of FHIR’s limitations for MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server & Oracle databases & delivering more soon. BDR has resolved the obstacles surrounding the limitations of FHIR, allowing FHIR to now meet ONC, CMS, HIPAA, CCPA & GDPR Regulatory Compliance.  

BDR-FHIR offers a UI for secure Encrypted ingestion into FHIR, AES256 Encryption of FHIR data-at-rest, extraction of End2End-Encypted FHIR data for Patients & authorized Users from FHIR Servers to their  Mobile Devices, Computers or Migrated to a Big Data Repository.

BDR-FHIR works with unlimited Patients & Resources for Migration to Big Data Repositories for enhanced analytics.

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