A turnkey event-driven FHIR Server for your Healthcare Data
- Built from scratch
- Designed for high-load projects
- Tested by 32M users
- Low-code declarative approach
The Kodjin FHIR server is low-code smart storage and a powerful tool for processing, validating, and storing all kinds of healthcare data, from appointments to diagnoses, accessible through an FHIR-compliant RESTful API
all previous versions compliant and future proof
for all FHIR versions in one application
for any type of custom terminologies
Most well-known solutions on the market are designed as monolithic applications (not microservice), and none
of them are built with Rust language. These product benefits speak for themselves.
Normalize and unify your data with a centralized clinical data repository
Ease integration across many different EHRs and connect different legacy systems
Streamline workflows and use benefits from customized EHR system with extended functionality
Reduce the time to market and development costs of your health and clinical applications
Get a powerful backend to build a scalable solution
Comply with CMS interoperability regulations
Kodjin is not based on any existing solutions. Edenlab team spent a lot of time researching alternatives available on the market. Unfortunately, we had to admit that all current free FHIR-based solutions contain a bunch of shortcomings
We were implementing a national, centrally managed clinical data repository (one of the requirements — ability to support 40 million users) storing data of dualistic nature: it can be perceived as a set of fine-grained RESTful resources (or FHIR resources) and form documents when these fine-grained resources are combined.
which would allow us to configure profiles for atomic resources alongside complex documents, as well as terminologies used by both of the types. We needed to work with these complex two-layer profiles on the fly, with pure configuration, and since it is a national system, we needed a scalable high-load solution.
We explored the market and tested different solutions, but none could meet the high-load system needs
We support all cooperation models, depending on the needs of your project. We can deploy and maintain the FHIR server on our own, or you can use your cloud provider or on-premises physical server.
We support all major cloud providers: AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.
Our team can assess your specific needs and the state of your system. Based on the analysis, we will create a detailed FHIR implementation roadmap for your organization.
Contact us for a consultation and price estimate based on your project’s needs.
We would be glad to share more details about our enterprise-level solutions and other cases based on the FHIR standard
We will share all details about our enterprise-level solutions and other cases based on the FHIR standard
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