Lyniate Team

Will FHIR replace HL7 v2 in healthcare?

March 15, 2016

Borrowed from www.healthintersections.com.au:

“You don’t fix what isn’t broken, so initially, no one will replace v2 messaging interfaces with FHIR interfaces. Instead, institutions will use FHIR on their perimeter, for integration between enterprises.” –Grahame Grieve

Be sure and read the post from HL7 FHIR architect Grahame Grieve. While he does say that v2 is going nowhere any time soon, he does predict that, as FHIR use becomes more widespread, hospitals will begin to use it to replace their traditional v2 messages.

Are you ready for FHIR and the always changing health IT interoperability landscape? We’ll always keep you updated with the latest trends well before they become commonplace.

To learn more about FHIR and what’s upcoming, visit our FHIR resources page where you can download a comprehensive FHIR pdf.

Related Blogs

InteropNOW Podcast Michelle Blackmer Q&A

Michelle Blackmer

Q&A: Data interoperability and the future of health IT

Read more

Stephan Rubin

Do doctors really care about interoperability? … and other insights from Day 2 of ViVE2022

A session from ViVE Day 2, The Complicated Convergence of Clinical and Claims Data, evolved into a conversation about how challenges in interoperability are secondary to challenges in care delivery,

Read more
Lyniate_Rapid_illustration_api_gateway_manager (1)

Lyniate Team

Lyniate introduces Rapid, a healthcare API gateway

Rapid is a healthcare API gateway and manager designed to help health teams create and safeguard APIs, including Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)-based APIs like those required by the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Rule.

Read more