Event info

FHIR tutorials and hands-on sessions

HL7 FHIR DevDays is an event for IT professionals in healthcare, whether new to FHIR or with previous experience, to learn about FHIR in a collaborative environment. HL7 FHIR DevDays offers a chance to work with the specification surrounded by others doing the same thing, side by side with experts to answer any questions. The three pillars for DevDays are: education, sharing of ideas and networking.


Microsoft Conference Center, Building 33
16070 NE 36th Way
Redmond, WA, 98052

Note: Free parking is available for all attendees below Building 33.


The FHIR Core Team, as well as other FHIR experts, will be present to deliver tutorials, guide the hands-on sessions and work one-on-one with attendees to discuss issues.

Keynotes and lectures

A limited number of lectures by renowned interoperability experts shed a light on the context and future of FHIR.

Social Event

A staple of FHIR DevDays is the not-to-be-missed social event! Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) will set the stage for creative exchanges and light bulb moments while you eat, drink, mix and mingle with your DevDays cohort.

Register, buy a tree, help the planet!

HL7 FHIR exists with the help of planes, trains and automobiles transporting health IT professionals to connectathons and work group meetings to develop the standard. A result of travel is carbon dioxide emission, so while we are improving healthcare we are also being detrimental to the planet. HL7 FHIR DevDays wants to help you make a difference and improve our environment! We are partnering with One Tree Planted an international non-profit organization working with people all over the world to plant trees in their regions.

When you register, you can add a tree to your order. Or two. Or ten. In fact, for every tree that you buy, HL7 will double your impact by buying another! The trees will be planted in Washington state and California. Our goal is to plant 2,000 trees in support of the Million Tree Challenge, which will help reforestation efforts in California. Together we can make a difference!


The User Community track offers a platform for sharing of implementation experiences and best practices in a series of presentations.
The venue set-up and social event provide the opportunity to get to know others who have the same challenges that you are facing.