Welcome to the Argonaut Project
About the Argonaut Project
The Argonaut Project is a private sector initiative to advance industry adoption of modern, open interoperability standards. The purpose of the Argonaut Project is to rapidly develop a first-generation FHIR-based API and Core Data Services specification to enable expanded information sharing for electronic health records and other health information technology based on Internet standards and architectural patterns and styles. This effort follows on recommendations from the Joint HIT Standards and Policy Committee's JASON Task Force Report, the HIT Standards Committee’s NwHIN Power Team, the MITRE JASON Reports of 2013 and 2014, and the 2010 PCAST Report.
Argonaut Project points of contact
- Project SME: Eric Haas
- Project SME: Brett Marquard
- Project SME: Josh Mandel
OAuth 2.0 profile for authorizing apps to access FHIR data (use cases 1-4).
The Argonaut Data Query Implementation Guide is based upon the core FHIR DSTU2 API and it documents:
- Security and Authorization
- Data element query of the ONC Common Clinical Data Set
- Document query of static documents
- See US Core Implementation Guide (Published) FHIR STU3 API equivalent of Argonaut Data Query Implementation Guide.
- See US Core Implementation Guide (CI Build) FHIR R4 API equivalent of Argonaut Data Query Implementation Guide.
Coming Soon Argonaut R4
The Argonaut experience dictates robust implementation guides that require real implementation and testing. For this project, the Argonaut Data Query DSTU2 IG will be update to FHIR Version R4 with the goal of having consistency among implementers to meet the USCDI requirements. Includes adoption and testing of US Core R4 resources; adding Encounters and Clinical Notes and consideration of adding “write” capability for a subset of the resources. This guide will be based upon the core FHIR R4 API and US Core Implementation Guide (CI Build)
The Argonaut project Provider Directory guide is based upon the core FHIR STU3 API and contains the foundation for a robust provider directory. It describes the use cases and search expectations for finding a practitioner or organization. It outlines the key data elements for any provider directory and basic query guidance.
This project supports basic patient and provider access to a provider's calendar and appointment requests, including APIs and guidance for searching and publishing a providers schedule and requesting, cancelling or updating an appointment.
Leveraging the experience of the CDS hooks community to accelerate the maturation of CDS hooks for the industry, we have developed use cases, providing specific guidance and publish an implementation guide for deploying CDS hooks.
The goal of the Argonaut Questionnaire Project is to develop guidance to support interchange of simple forms based on FHIR Version 3.0.1 and specifically the Questionnaire and QuestionnaireResponse resources. This implementation guide provides implementers with FHIR RESTful APIs and guidance to create, use and share between organizations standard assessment forms and the assessment responses
The goal of the Argonaut Clinical Notes Project is to develop guidance to create, use, and share Clinical Notes. The requirements were developed by the Argonaut Clinical Notes project team and tested through pilot implementations, and HL7 sponsored Connectathons. This guide is based on FHIR Version 3.0.1. The content and profiles used in this guide were submitted to the HL7 US Realm Steering Committee for consideration in the December 2018 ballot of US Core for FHIR Version R4
Coming Soon Argonaut Subscriptions
Develop FHIR Subscriptions resource to push updates of medical record information to authorized recipients to support the event notification use cases.
Coming Soon Argonaut CDS Hooks for PAMA
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Coming Soon Argonaut Provenance
GIt Repo for Argonaut coming soon
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