We develop modern web and mobile health applications with the HL7 FHIR Standard.

Aidbox Commercial

Aidbox is a backend-as-a-service for modern web and mobile healthcare applications built on top of a centralized FHIR server.

Anyone can register for an account at and try it for free.

Aidbox can be deployed into any infrastructure your (Linux servers in the cloud or a private data center).

Aidbox Use Cases:

  • Aidbox as a Back­end. Aidbox can dramatically decrease "time to market" for new health IT products by providing "out of the box" backbone features and continuous delivery pipeline.
  • Aidbox as a Clinical Data Repository. Aidbox can aggregate and normalize data (FHIR Information Model) from different sources and provides powerful tools like PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, for Data Analytic & Decision Support services.
  • Aidbox as an API Facade. Aidbox could be connected to existing systems (EHR, EMR, LIS, RIS etc) and provides standard FHIR REST & WebSocket API for development and hosting of portable Single Page and Smart on FHIR Applications (ONC certified API that satisfies MU Stage 3 requirements).
  • Aidbox as an Integration Bus. Aidbox can help to connect systems by flexible connectors for popular protocols (HL7v2, CDA/CCD, FHIR, custom) and REST, Messaging and Publish/Subscribe communication patterns.
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  • Based on the FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) standard for external & internal data information model, aidbox implements generic FHIR server specification (tested in project Argonaut and featured in one of HSPC HIMSS 2016 demonstrations)
  • Aidbox provides relational storage for FHIR resources with use of open source fhirbase project (that gives scalability and power of rich SQL language)
  • Data aggregation by widespread legacy HL7 v2 messaging, CDA/CCD documents, FHIR REST API and custom processable data channels
  • Aidbox ensures security. OAuth 2.0 provider, Policy-­based Access Control, complete audit of all events in system
  • SDK for all features, based on reference FHIR clients for popular platforms (Java, .NET, JavaScript, Objective­C, Ruby, Python and iOS)
  • Implements FHIR terminology server specification and provide LOINC, Snomed, RxNorm, ICD­10, CPT, FHIR terminologies out of the box
  • Compatible with SMART on FHIR interface and could host SPA web applications (JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3)
  • Aidbox provides analytics tools based on PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch and Druid OLAP
  • Automated cloud infrastructure. It could be hosted in public and private clouds, with automatic failover, backups and updates
  • Aidbox provides foundation for workflow support with use of queues, customizable providers and consumers

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Pavel Smirnov: Aidbox

Narus Health Compassion presentation

Rob Stokes: Narus Health Compassion
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