Standardized data collection forms are vital for health information systems. This is particularly true in public health, where there is a host of data collection forms shared by various organizations. InterRAI is a typical example. Standardization is important for collaborative data analytics at various levels, a need that became painfully apparent during the recent COVID-19 pandemic.
FHIRFormJS was a work in progress for a long time and was not really stable enough to use. I am excited to introduce the new version of FHIRFormJS that is better and easier made possible by the @ahryman40k/ts-fhir-types library. If you have been using older systems such as LHC-Forms, give FHIRFormJS a try and let me know how we can improve it. Pull requests are most welcome and I have added this repository as a hacktoberfest participant. There is also a sample react application that uses FHIRFormJS (repository link above). If you are using Vue, I have a separate library that targets one of the popular form rendering engines for Vue.
Let me know if you find this interesting and use the GitHub issues for feature requests.
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