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 the thought that Garry put into his project – here’s the link into our user forum where he shared his approach:
I am sure Garry will be very keen to get any feedback people are willing to give him.
On another topic we are still looking to fill a couple of spots in our Toronto office for integration engineers to be part of the sales team. There are some definite perks about the job. Firstly Iguana is very well liked as a product – you get a bit of feel of that from the pictures of our user conference:
and we have a really nice open office environment:
It’s my personal belief that cultivating a pleasant work atmosphere is a big part of making a great software company. Software is all about ideas and knowledge – having an environment which makes it easy and fun to share that knowledge is important. If you think you might be a fit or you know of someone who might like what we have to offer please let me know.