BDR-FHIR gives you a simple mechanism to find the data you seek; BDR gives Users the ability to add aliases to FHIR’s column names. Add familiar EHR, EMR & HL7 names to FHIR’s unique 37,340 column names

BDR-FHIR gives you a simple mechanism to find the data you seek; BDR gives Users the ability to add aliases to FHIR’s column names. Add familiar EHR, EMR & HL7 names to FHIR’s unique 37,340 column names. BDR-FHIR adds the aliases to a cross reference table for mouse over display when searching for data information.

“Data matching issues are quite rampant

One more challenge faced with FHIR is that the data might not always be the same. Take lab reports, for instance. If there is no standard matching technology, it is practically impossible to provide a particular terminology for a vendor-EHR. This creates problems with data matching. Most of the challenges can be solved if there is standard terminology for all such medical criteria.”

BDR-FHIR carries this metadata (User column names) along with Patient, User, Data Scientists & Analysts results, when reports are created, downloaded or migrated to big data repositories.

https://youtu.be/7miYfyLSCDM   https://lnkd.in/gvpwmJgK  BDR 847-440-4439 

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