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21st Century Cures Act

FHIR API Documentation for PacEHR

FHIR Server 1.0.0 for Cures Act Update

This server accepts requests in format(s): application/fhir+json

Terms of Service

Endpoints for this server are documented at the links below, which can also be reached from the web at https://thesnfist.com/cures-act/

 

 

  • FHIR Resource: AllergyIntolerance
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Substance (Drug Class)
    • Substance (Medication)
    • Reaction

  Endpoint: AllergyIntolerance

/id: id

Retrieve an AllergyIntolerance resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Example

/AllergyIntolerance/1010Retrieve the AllergyIntolerance resource with id 1010.

search: patient, date

Search AllergyIntolerance resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
datestringdate the allergy was recorded, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Example

/AllergyIntolerance/?patient=722&date=lt20120104Retrieve list of AllergyIntolerance resources added before January 4th, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: CarePlan
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Assessment and Plan of Treatment in Encounters

Endpoint: CarePlan

/id: id

Retrieve a CarePlan by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe care plan ID
Example

/CarePlan/1001Retrieve the Care Plan with id 1001.

search: patient , date , Status

Search CarePlans using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
Example

/CarePlan/?patient=722Retrieve Care Plan list for the specified patient

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: CareTeam
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Care Team
    • (USCDI v2) Care Team Member Name
    • (USCDI v2) Care Team Member Identifier
    • (USCDI v2) Care Team Member Role
    • (USCDI v2) Care Team Member Location
    • (USCDI v2) Care Team Member Telecom

Endpoint: CareTeam

/id: id

Retrieve a CareTeam resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe care team ID
Example

/CareTeam/101Retrieve the Care Team resource with id 101.

search: patient, date, Status

Search CareTeam resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
datestringa date, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Example

/CareTeam/?patient=722&date=gt20120106Retrieve list of Care Teams in effect after January 6th, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Condition
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Health Concern
    • Problems

Endpoint: Condition

/id: id

Retrieve an Condition resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Examples

/Condition/I505Retrieve the Condition resource with id I505./Condition/N5000Retrieve the Condition resource with id N5000.

search: patient

Search Condition resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
Example

/Condition/?patient=722&asserteddate=lt20120113Retrieve list of Condition resources documented before January 13th, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Device
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Unique Device Identifier(s) for Patients’ Implantable Device(s)

Endpoint: Device

/id: id

Retrieve a Device resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe device resource ID
Example

/Device/11Retrieve the device with id 11.

search: patient

Search Devices query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
Example

/Device/?patient=722Retrieve Device list for the specified patient

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: DocumentReference, DiagnosticReport
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Consultation Note
    • Discharge Summary Note
    • History & Physical
    • Procedure Note
    • Progress Note
    • Imaging Narrative
    • Laboratory Report Narrative
    • Pathology Report Narrative

 

Endpoint: DocumentReference

/id: id

Retrieve a DocumentReference (CCDA) resource by its id. The resource includes the encoded CCDA in the content.attachment field if it is ready.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Examples

/DocumentReference/N10999Retrieve the CCDA resource with id N10999./DocumentReference/L20010Retrieve the CCDA resource with id L20010./DocumentReference/S11Retrieve the CCDA resource with id S11.

search: patient, period, status

Search DocumentReference (CCDA) resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
Patientstringthe patient ID (required)
Periodstringdate range the CCDA document covers: one or two dates separated by a comma and optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Statusstringa flag (with value of “current”) for creating a CCDA instead of searching for one
Examples

/DocumentReference/?patient=722Retrieve list of DocumentReference resources for visit 123456 for the specified patient./DocumentReference/?patient=722&period=gt20120131&status=currentCreate a CCDA for the period after January 31st, 2012 (to present) for the specified patient.  This endpoint returns an ID which can be

HL7 Documentation

 

 

  • FHIR Resource: Encounter, Condition Encounter Diagnosis
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV2)
  • Encounter Type
  • Encounter Diagnosis
  • Encounter Time
  • Encounter Location
  • Encounter Disposition

Endpoint: Encounter

/ search: patient, Id

Retrieve an Encounter by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe encounter ID
Example

/Encounter/100001Retrieve the Encounter resource with id 100001.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Goal
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
  • Goals

Endpoint: Goal

/id: id

Retrieve a Goal resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe goal ID
Example

/Goal/10123Retrieve the Goal resource with id 10123.

search: patient, Id

Search Goals using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
Patientstringthe patient ID
Example

/Goal/?patient=722&targetdate=ge20120107Retrieve list of Care Teams in effect for the specified patient with target date on or after January 7th, 2012.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Immunization
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
  • Immunization

Endpoint: Immunization

/id: id

Retrieve an Immunization resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Example

/Immunization/500Retrieve the Immunization resource with id 500.

search: patient, date

Search Immunization resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
datestringdate the immunization was performed or refused, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Example

/Immunization/?patient=722&date=lt20120111Retrieve list of Immunization resources added before January 11th, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

  • FHIR Resource: Location
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
  • Facility
  • NPI
  • Status
  • Address
  • Telecom

 

Endpoint: Location ?

/id: id

Retrieve a Location by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe care team ID
Example

/Location/20Retrieve the Location resource with id 20.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Medication, MedicationRequest
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Medications
  • FHIR Resource: AllergyIntolerance
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Medications Allergies

Endpoint: MedicationRequest

/id: id

Retrieve a MedicationRequest resource by patient

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
PatientstringPatientid
Example

/MedicationRequest?Patient=722Retrieve the MedicationRequest resource with Patient=722

HL7 Documentation

 

Endpoint: Medication

/id: id

Retrieve a Medication resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Example

/Medication/3003Retrieve the Medication resource with id 3003.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Observation, DiagnosticReport
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Laboratory Tests
    • Laboratory Values/Results
    • Smoking Status
    • Diastolic Blood Pressure
    • Systolic Blood Pressure
    • Body Height
    • Body Weight
    • Heart Rate
    • Respiratory Rate
    • Body Temperature
    • Pulse Oximetry
    • Inhaled Oxygen Concentration
    • BMI Percentile (2-20 years old)
    • Weight-for-Length Percentile (Birth-36 months)
    • Occipital-frontal Head Circumference Percentile (Birth-36 months)

 

 

Endpoint: Observation

/id: id

Retrieve a Observation resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Examples

/Observation/N102Retrieve the Observation resource with id N102./Observation/L20002Retrieve the Observation resource with id L20002.

search: patient, date

Search Observation resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
datestringobservation date, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Example

/Observation/?patient=722&date=20120105Retrieve list of observations from January 5th, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource:name.given
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • First Name
    • Middle Name

 

  • FHIR Resource:name.family
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Last Name

 

  • FHIR Resource:name
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Previous Name

 

  • FHIR Resource: Patient.name.suffix
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Suffix

 

  • FHIR Resource: US Core Birth Sex Extension
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Sex (Assigned at Birth)

 

 

  • FHIR Resource: US Core Gender Identity Extension
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV2)
    • Gender Identity

 

  • FHIR Resource: Patient.birthDate
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Date of Birth

 

  • FHIR Resource: US Core Race Extension
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Race

 

  • FHIR Resource: US Core Ethnicity Extension
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Ethnicity

 

  • FHIR Resource: Patient.communication
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Preferred Language

 

  • FHIR Resource: Patient.address
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Address

 

  • FHIR Resource: Patient.telecom
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Phone Number

 

Endpoint: Patient

/id: id

Retrieve a Patient resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Example

/Patient/722Retrieve the Patient resource with id 722.

/id?versionId: id, versionId

Retrieve a historical version of a Patient resource by its version id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe patient ID
versionIdstringthe version ID
Example

/Patient/722?versionId=20180102T17:35:19.360Retrieve the Patient resource version id 20180102T17:35:19.360 for the specified patient.

count:

Count Patient resources (internal method).

search: id, identifier, name, family, given, gender, birthdate, deceased, death-date, email, phone, address-city, address-state, address-postalcode, address-country

Search Patient resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe patient ID
identifierstringa system and a patient ID, separated by | (vert)
namestringthe patient’s surname (last name)
familystringalso the patient’s surname (last name)
givenstringthe patient’s given name (first name)
genderstringthe patient’s sex (allowed values are male or female)
birthdatestringpatient date of birth, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
deceasedstringwhether the patient is deceased (“true”) or not (any other non-empty value)
death-datestringpatient date of death, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
emailstringthe patient’s email address
phonestringthe patient’s home, cell, work, or other phone number (only numbers and hyphens allowed)
address-citystringthe patient’s city of residence
address-statestringthe patient’s state of residence (using the appropriate abbreviation)
address-postalcodestringthe patient’s postal code
address-countrystringthe patient’s country of residence (using ISO3 or ISO2 codes)
Example

/Patient/?birthdate=eq20120114&sex=femaleRetrieve list of female patients born on January 14th, 2012

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Practitioner
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Role
    • Name
    • First Name
    • Last Name
    • DOB
    • NPI
    • Status
    • Address
    • Telecom

 

Endpoint: Practitioner

/id: id

Retrieve a Practitioner resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe Practitioner resource ID
Examples

/Practitoner/L2562Retrieve the Practitioner resource with id L2562./Practitoner/P40506Retrieve the Practitioner resource with id P40506.

count:

Count Practitioner resources (internal method).

HL7 Documentation

 

  • FHIR Resource: Procedure
  • USCD Data elements (USCDV1)
    • Procedures

Endpoint: Procedure

/id: id

Retrieve a Procedure resource by its id.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
idstringthe resource ID
Example

/Procedure/1010Retrieve the Procedure resource with id 1010.

search: patient

Search Procedure resources using query string parameters.

Parameters:
NameTypeDescription
patientstringthe patient ID
datestringdate the procedure was performed, optionally prefixed with: lt, le, gt, ge, eq
Example

/Procedure/?patient=722&date=le20120103Retrieve list of Procedures performed on or before January 3rd, 2012 for the specified patient.

HL7 Documentation

 

 

 

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Last modified: December 23, 2022

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Section 10: General Provisions

a. Modification

We may revise and update these Terms of Use from time to time in our sole discretion. All changes are effective immediately when we post them, and apply to all access to and use of the Services thereafter.

Your continued use of the Services following the posting of revised Terms of Use means that you accept and agree to the changes. You are expected to check this page from time to time so you are aware of any changes, as they are binding
on you.

b. U.S. Federal Agency Entities

The APIs were developed solely at private expense and are commercial computer software and related documentation within the meaning of the applicable U.S. Federal Acquisition Regulation and agency supplements thereto.

c. General Legal Terms

We each agree to contract in the English language. If we provide a translation of the Terms, we do so for your convenience only and the English Terms will solely govern our relationship. The Terms do not create any third party beneficiary rights or any agency, partnership, or joint venture. Nothing in the Terms will limit either party’s ability to seek injunctive relief. We are not liable for failure or delay in performance to the extent caused by circumstances beyond our reasonable control. If you do not comply with the Terms, and SSD does not take action right away, this does not mean that SSD is giving up any rights that it may have (such as taking action in the future). If it turns out that a particular term is not enforceable, this will not affect any other terms. The Terms are the entire agreement between you and SSD relating to its subject and supersede any prior or contemporaneous agreements on that subject. For information about how to contact SSD, please visit our contact page.

If you are accepting the Terms on behalf of a United States city, county, or state government entity, then the following applies instead of the paragraph above: the parties agree to remain silent regarding governing law and venue.

 

Your Comments and Concerns

The Services are operated by Sai Systems Digital LLC, 5 Research Drive, Shelton, CT 06484.

 

All notices of copyright infringement claims should be sent to KPPB Law, One Lakeside Commons, Suite 800, 990 Hammond Drive NE, Atlanta, GA 30328, including a specific description of the claim, your name and your contact information.

 

All feedback, comments, requests for technical support, and other communications relating to the Services should be directed to: support@thesnfist.com.