It was fun to see people getting the value of what these little apps offer. It’s all about seeding an ecosystem layer on top of Iguana that enables our users to tackle problems that were previously pretty difficult. Iguana is unique in that the engine is flexible enough that you can build these applications on top of it. It makes a big difference.
Garry Christensen just got back from a FHIR connect-a-thon in Australia and did some very interesting work. He was courteous enough to share his experiences in our user forum. I thought it would of general interest to anyone curious about FHIR and the use of RESTful webservices in healthcare in general. I was impressed with […]
Oh my. First of all, thanks to everyone that was able to attend our first user conference. We had over 50 attendees which was more than we hoped for our first event. I was meaning to blog about the event earlier but just got slammed with a couple of things on the development side and […]
Just getting back into the swing of work after my holiday away. While I was travelling, my team put together a great new resource that is part of IGUANA 5.5.6. When you install IGUANA now, you’ll have the option of installing 4 demo channels to quickly get up to speed with how IGUANA works. You […]
This is in response to Dave Shaver’s (President of Corepoint Health) comment on my blog. Hi David, Thanks for weighing in. Your comment reminds me of one of the earliest conversations we had where you made much the same point: That it’s not the best technology that wins, but the best marketed one. It was an argument […]
In my post about FHIR + Iguana = Profit I made a passing mention of an important event in Amazon’s history from back in 2002 – give or take a year or so. Jeff Bezos issued a mandate: All teams will henceforth expose their data and functionality through service interfaces. Teams must communicate with each other through […]