Implementasi Standar Interoperabilitas HL7-FHIR Pada Pertukaran Rekam Kesehatan Elektronik di Puskesmas

  • Riska Pradita Universitas Awal Bros
  • Syarah Mazaya Fitriana Politeknik Kesehatan Bhakti Setya Indonesia
Keywords: Interoperability, FHIR, Electronic Health Record, Data Exchange, Health Information System


Background: The electronic system used in the implementation of the Electronic Health Record (RKE) must have compatibility and/or interoperability capabilities. In RKE interoperability in Health Facilities must use a health data interoperability service platform managed by the Ministry of Health, namely Health Level Seven International-Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (HL7-FHIR). The use of the HL7-FHIR is an example of Apple connecting the Apple Health App to the RKE and Apple Watch. The biggest interoperability challenges of RKE are information stored in different databases which have different formats and data types that are not compatible with each other, making it difficult for different systems to interpret correctly, and there is no interoperability platform. This research was conducted with the aim of analyzing the application of HL7-FHIR on RKE interoperability at SIMPUS so that it is expected to facilitate the implementation of interoperability between health service information systems in Indonesia. Method: This type of research is descriptive qualitative with an action research design. Data collection was carried out using interviews and FGDs with 3 members of the Development Team, as well as document studies. Results: FHIR Resources used as needed in this study were 8 resources and 97 data elements. However, it requires the addition of 16% data elements in the HL7-FHIR data elements. Conclusion: In general, the HL7-FHIR standard can represent the RKE model for interoperability on SIMPUS.


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How to Cite
Riska Pradita, & Fitriana, S. M. (2024). Implementasi Standar Interoperabilitas HL7-FHIR Pada Pertukaran Rekam Kesehatan Elektronik di Puskesmas. Jurnal Ilmiah Perekam Dan Informasi Kesehatan Imelda (JIPIKI), 9(1), 20-30.