FHIR Questionnaire Export Module (LN-FQE)

  • updated 5 mths ago

License: Per LogicNets Installation     


  1. Requires minimum LN Base System (B) capacity of 5 named users or 2 concurrent users. 
  2. Does not require additional runtime licensed components when the intent is to process LogicNets-authored content using external systems
  3. Can be also used in conjunction with the FHIR Runtime Module described below  

LN FQE Description 

The FHIR Questionnaire Export Module allows clinical guidelines and healthcare pathways modeled in LogicNets to be exported as data files that can be made available to external runtime systems capable of executing the FHIR Questionnaire format.  For instance, this might be an EHR system already deployed by a healthcare provider.   The LogicNets output supports most, but not all, common questionnaire elements such as radio lists, checklists, etc.  It also captures the FHIR-compatible logical relationships between elements that define the decision pathway logic.  

The module comes with a LogicNets browser-based “Test Client” component capable of processing and displaying the modeled content, but without relying on the LogicNets standard runtime system   .  This component allows users to validate that the content has been successfully generated in the generic format and should therefore be executable by any FHIR-compatible runtime application.  

The module also includes a web-services-based API component that can be accessed on the LogicNets installation by external systems to gain automatic and dynamic access to validate and update the exported data versions.  This feature helps to eliminate time-consuming maintenance for ensuring that guidelines put into production with an external system are always running the latest and official versions of the LogicNets-authored content.  

Services and Deployment Considerations

LogicNets offers training services (LN-TS) to assist designer users in creating and managing FHIR Questionnaire exports.  

LogicNets offers Design and Deployment services (LN-DS) to implement data export functionality beyond the scope of the standard FHIR Questionnaire format.

These services usually require development and acceptance by customer of a formal SoW


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