Use FHIR-based enterprise-level tools for healthcare data management

Built from scratch for national-level projects

Low-code declarative approach

Kodjin FHIR Server

Turn-key event-driven FHIR Server for Healthcare Data

Kodjin Terminology Service

Handle all types of healthcare terminologies


A FHIR profiling tool enable to create FHIR profiles faster, following an agile approach and using an intuitive graphical IDE

Expert view

Iryna Roy

Chair, Education Advisory Counsil, @HL7; Management Consulting Manager

Edenlab (Kodjin) team offers a deep understanding of the healthcare domain, excellent communication, and top talent. Their technical expertise and ability to come up with out-of-the-box solutions allow them to deliver on even the most challenging projects in the shortest time possible without sacrificing product quality. I was thoroughly impressed with how invested Edenlab’s team is in the success of their project

Trusted by healthcare companies


Get Kodjin Interoperability Suite: FHIR Server and Terminology Service to improve

Secure Clinical Data Repository

For Healthcare providers (hospitas, etc.)

Healthcare Information Exchange system

Local and national governments

Data integration platform

For Researchers and clinical trials For Payers (Insurers,TPA and other)

Central broker for data

that is coming in from and going to a large variety of sources for Healthcare exchanges

Secure health data platform

that enables easy integration of your different data sources for Telehealth and Remote monitoring

Personal healthcare repository

for Healthcare app developers

Data exchange platform

for Labs

Why Choose Kodjin

high-load projects

Kodjin FHIR Server and Terminology Service were created by FHIR engineers with a proven track record of high-load projects

high performance

Our FHIR toolset ensures high performance for any healthcare data

solving real-world problems

Kodjin FHIR server, with its one-of-a-kind features dedicated to solving real-world problems

Designed for high-load projects

The Kodjin FHIR Server meets all requirements for high loads at its core:

Scalable microservice architecture:

Designed for high-availability projects

What does it mean

One of the strongest advantages of microservice architecture is unparalleled scalability and a capacity to grow.

Async event-driven approach (on top of Kafka):

Every change of a state generates an event that can later be processed by a specific consumer

What does it mean

A popular distributed asynchronous architecture FHIR server architecture pattern used to produce highly scalable applications, it won’t stop or block any API request and will respond to all when the response is ready to send accordingly.

Rust programming language:

Drastically improves application efficiency and makes it fault-tolerant

What does it mean

Rust’s performance is outstanding and comparable to C and C++, which are often regarded as the highest-performance compiled languages. Unlike these older languages, Rust offers memory safety and concurrency safety at essentially no cost in execution speed.

Polyglot persistence:

transactional DB (MongoDB), search DB (Elasticsearch), analytical DB (ClickHouse), terminology cache (Redis)

What does it mean

It’s an approach that acknowledges that often there is no one-size-fits-all solution to data storage. From the types of data you’re trying to store to your application architecture, polyglot persistence is a hybrid solution to data management.

Low-code approach

Changes and updates can be done by a business analyst in seconds. There are no additional efforts for coding.

Declarative search:

You can add any type or depth level of search parameters, define any variable without involving developers

Declarative search drastically improves application efficiency and makes it fault-tolerant


Dynamic profiling:

You can upload and manage FHIR profiles on the fly using the dedicated API endpoint.

We create FHIR profiles as codes. At the same time, most common solutions use packages and third-party services to publish them and operate.

We offer one-of-a-kind configuration opportunities with Kodjin flexible validations: slicing, cardinality, FHIRPath, binding, optional/mandatory fields, and FHIR extensions.

Terminology service:

Full terminology management through a REST API for standard and custom terminologies (including ICD-10, SNOMED, RxNorm, LOINC, etc.).

Edit complex medical terminologies on the fly due to cutting-edge caching mechanisms


All FHIR profiles are under the full control of the project owners. There’s zero dependency on any unsecure third-party services. Any changes/updates can be performed by a business analyst in seconds with no additional coding efforts.

Maximum usage of FHIR ecosystem capabilities

FHIRPath: We use it more comprehensively, offering a lot of validations with full support of FHIRPath.
100% CRUD REST API specifications coverage.


We use all the features of FHIRPath for validations, setting up any search, and profiling configurations. Thanks to this, our server can perform some of the backend/UI tasks, which allows businesses to save on application development.
This approach ensures a working application and significantly reduces risks of failure.

The Kodjin FHIR Server allows for saving money

no need to hire a lot of expensive specialists

the low-code platform can be supported with one system analyst


no vendor lock-in

easy data migration from our server.
With the Kodjin FHIR Server solution, you will get a next-generation solution that meets your scalability, high-load, and high-availability requirements.

highly productive system

fewer resources are needed for trouble-free running of the FHIR server thanks to the Rust language;


Is the Kodjin FHIR Server a managed service solution?

We provide various cooperation models depending on the client’s requirements. It’s possible to deploy the Kodjin FHIR Server on our infrastructure and maintain it, or you can deploy it on your preferred cloud service.

What cloud service providers do you support?

We work with all of the top cloud providers, including Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.

Is it possible to deploy Kodjin on-premises?


How much do your services cost?

Contact us for a consultation and price estimate based on your project’s needs.

I want to implement HL 7 FHIR for an EHR system. Can I integrate the EHR with your FHIR Server?

Yes, the Kodjin FHIR Server can be integrated with any EHR system. It’s compliant with the ONC/Inferno certification 170 315(g)(10) Standardized API for Patient and Population Services.

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