DevDays is the most important and largest
FHIR-only event in the world
June 6-9, 2023
Amsterdam | Hybrid Edition
About HL7® FHIR® DevDays
DevDays is the largest 100% FHIR-only event worldwide. The DevDays mission is to give health IT professionals from around the world the opportunity to learn about FHIR, to meet colleagues to exchange ideas with and apply what they have learned in their day-to-day work. DevDays accelerates the dissemination of FHIR.
The FHIR founders and core team love and attend DevDays, not only to teach but also to learn from implementers on what can be improved in the standard.
DevDays is a non-business event. The focus is on the people who do the actual work, the developers, the architects, the designers. Tutorials cover all aspects of FHIR, across the different health IT domains, like imaging, devices, terminology, machine learning, cloud, and EHRs.
And, since we are with developers, there is a lot of coding going on at DevDays. “Works in PowerPoint” is not good enough at
DevDays. LET’S BUILD! sessions provide guided exercises, and we always reserve a large hackathon room for meeting with the experts for Q&A.
Background FHIR and DevDays
FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, http://hl7.org/fhir/) is an open-source healthcare data integration standard, which is by now mandated or recommended by governments around the world including the US, Germany, Finland, and the Netherlands. FHIR is the modern, API-based method for data exchange between care providers, payers, and patients.
HL7 (http://www.hl7.org) is the organization behind FHIR and many other well-known standards such as HL7 v2 and CDA. Firely (https://fire.ly/) is a Dutch company deeply involved in the invention and development of the standard. They also develop tools that bring FHIR to life.
For the past two years (2020, 2021), DevDays went virtual but we are now organizing our first hybrid edition in 2022. We hope to see you in Cleveland, OH, or online!
Our DevDays Team
If you have any questions or inquiries about DevDays, please get in touch with our team.