fhirbase - Your persistence layer for FHIR data

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Fhirbase is a command-line utility which enables you to easily import FHIR data into a PostgreSQL database and work with it in a relational way. Also Fhirbase provides set of stored procedures to perform CRUD operations and maintain Resources History. Please proceed to the Getting Started tutorial for PostgreSQL and Fhirbase installation instructions.

https://health-samurai.io/fhirbase
https://github.com/fhirbase/fhirbase

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