The HAPI Project was started at University Health Network in 2001 as an effort to promote interoperability and innovative uses of health data.
Today, there are two sister projects we maintain:
Here are a few important milestones we've passed along the way.
HAPI HL7v2 releases its first release (0.1) on Sourceforge. This release featured a simple ER7 parser and some basic generic message structures.
HAPI HL7v2 releases HAPI HL7v2 1.0 on Sourceforge. By the time the library hit its first non-point milestone, it was already being used in projects around the world and had a large and active community.
HAPI FHIR records its first commit.
HAPI FHIR records its first (0.1) release on SourceForge.
HAPI FHIR moves from SourceForge to GitHub.
HAPI FHIR releases the first non-point release (HAPI FHIR 1.0).