This section provides detailed guides with instructions on how to build and publish HSPC applications.
This section includes the technical specifications and other details for understanding and implementing the HSPC technology stack.
This section includes different examples of HSPC sample code that you can use or learn from when building and publishing HSPC applications.
This section provides a series of interactive lessons on understanding various HSPC software components and how to build and publish HSPC applications.
This section includes the most frequently asked questions about HSPC software development from our discussion groups and meetings.
This section lists the different ways to get help and support from the HSPC developers team.
This documentation has been deprecated and will be removed in the future.
The HSPC Sandbox is a system for app developers to create apps.
The HSPC Gallery is a showcase for applications and components that are part of the HSPC Ecosystem.
The HSPC Bilirubin Risk Chart app graphs the risk of an infant developing Kernicterus due to elevated bilirubin levels in the first 120 hours.
The HSPC Patient Data Manager app is a SMART on FHIR application that is used for managing the data of a single patient.
The HSPC Appointments app is a SMART on FHIR application that shows appointments within the EHR.
The HSPC Java Client library is a Java library that uses the SMART on FHIR specification to integrate a Java app to an EHR.
The HSPC Reference API is a FHIR Resource server that adds extensions for the SMART on FHIR security and launch model.
The HSPC Reference Auth app contains a Mitre OpenID Connect (OpenID and OAuth 2.0) server and extensions for the SMART on FHIR specification.
The HSPC Reference Messaging system is designed to support FHIR Subscription resources and show how such patterns can be part of an enterprise content-based routing solution.
The HSPC Reference Apps WAR contains third party and HSPC apps that follow the SMART on FHIR specification.