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Progressing Interoperability with New Tools: Canadian URI Registry

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The Canadian Universal Resource Identifier (URI) Registry has been set up to capture information about identifier and codesystem namespaces. Using FHIR® NamingSystem resources makes capturing of key metadata searchable and computable. It also provides an automatic two way mapping between Object Identifiers and URIs.

To make the discovery of these artifacts more flexible, the Canadian URI Registry (alpha) was developed to allow searches via plain text, OIDs or URIs. URI identifiers are created via the URI guidelines and posted to the FHIR Solution Architecture Workstream for approval.

All NamingSystem artifacts are curated via the Canadian URI Project in Simplifier and become searchable after a 20 minute window.

Search the Canadian URI Registry (alpha)

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