This Web site supports the HL7® FHIR® standard with SMART® authorization

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Available end points

Also available as json

HIEBus™ WebClient

https://fhir.careevolution.com/Master.Adapter1.WebClient/api/fhir

DSTU2 – documented here, try it here.

HIEBus™ WebClient

https://fhir.careevolution.com/Master.Adapter1.WebClient/api/fhir-cedars

R4 – documented here, try it here.

HIEBus™ WebClient

https://fhir.careevolution.com/Master.Adapter1.WebClient/api/fhir-providers

R4 (provider index) – documented here, try it here.

HIEBus™ WebClient

https://fhir.careevolution.com/Master.Adapter1.WebClient/api/fhir-r4

R4 – documented here, try it here.

HIEBus™ WebClient

https://fhir.careevolution.com/Master.Adapter1.WebClient/api/fhir-stu3

STU3 – documented here, try it here.

Getting started

All end points require authentication, so first login - either registering yourself or using a Google account:

Once logged in you have access to all data through all FHIR end points ('provider' access).

You can play with the FHIR end points using the built-in test page (see links at the top of this page for each end point):

or get a bearer token here and use it in PostMan, curl or other similar tools (or in your own code).

Register your SMART apps here.The OAuth 2.0 authorization and token URLs can be obtained from the FHIR end points as per the SMART-on-FHIR specifications.

The are same pre-defined patient accounts - ie users linked to a specific patient and that can access only its data (and the data of dependants in some cases). See here.

Bulk data and backend services authentication

All end points support the bulk data access protocol

Backend services authentication is supported as well.

For testing there is a pre-registered client ID and certificate; see here for all the details.

Further reading

More documentation and tutorials can be found here

Release notes

Release notes for all FHIR API changes can be found here.

Support

fhir@careevolution.com