Super excited to announce the largest Clinical Track release ever.
Although not necessary to use the individual packages or FHIR resources, you can synchronize an app to the baselined dependency versions by running your app with the
meteor --release clinical:METEOR@1.4.2-rc16
Software Development Kit
Download the entire Clinical Meteor software development kit, including examples, utilities, design documents, and other resources.
git clone --recursive http://github.com/clinical-meteor/clinical-meteor ClinicalMeteor
Epic 2015 Interoperability
Clinical Meteor now supports 40 FHIR resources; including all 20 resources supported by Epic 2015. See https://open.epic.com/Interface/FHIR for details on the Epic implementation of FHIR. Resources in italics below are supported by Epic.
Family Member History
Meteor support for the HL7 FHIR spec can now be included in a project by adding the
meteor add clinical:hl7-fhir-resources
For individual FHIR resources, use the
search command or Atmosphere.
meteor search clinical:hl7-resource meteor add clinical:hl7-resource-patient // to add the Patient resource
Pending On Roadmap
- Cerner FHIR Resources
- Meteor on FHIR Interface Engine
- LOINC Web API
- Open mHealth Schemas
- Node/Python bindings
- BLAST Sequence Alignment Tools
273 validation tests on ChecklistManifesto
135 validation tests on PersonalHealthRecord
130 verification tests across 36 distro packages
118 verification tests across 40 FHIR packages
Note: We’re streamlining and updating the quality control infrastructure; and will be re-baselining the distro on the Meteor on FHIR Interface Engine. The validation/verification tests are currently in flux as we manage this refactor from Blaze to React.