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Android FHIR SDK

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The Android FHIR SDK is a set of Kotlin libraries for building offline-capable, mobile-first healthcare applications using the HL7® FHIR® standard on Android. It aims to accelerate the adoption of FHIR by making it easy to incorporate FHIR into new and existing mobile applications.


The SDK contains the following libraries:

Library Latest release Code Docs Min SDK Summary
Data Capture Library Google Maven code docs Android 7.0 (API level 24) Collect, validate, and process healthcare data on Android
FHIR Engine Library Google Maven code docs Android 7.0 (API level 24) Store and manage FHIR resources locally on Android and synchronize with FHIR server
Workflow Library Google Maven code docs Android 7.0 (API level 24) Provide decision support and analytics in clinical workflow on Android including implementation of specific FHIR operations ($measure_evaluate and $apply)

Demo apps

This repository also contains the following demo apps:

Demo app Code Docs
FHIR Engine Demo App code docs
Structured Data Capture Catalog App code docs

These applications are provided for demo purposes only. Do NOT use in production.


The development of the SDK began as a collaborative effort between Google, The World Health Organization, and Ona. Since then, a consortium of application developers have been contributing to the project.

To contribute to the project, please see Contributing to get started.

Feedback and getting help

You can create a GitHub issue for bugs and feature requests.

In case you find any security bug, please do NOT create a GitHub issue. Instead, email us at

If you want to provide any feedback or discuss use cases you can:


This product is not intended to be a medical device.

HL7®, and FHIR® are the registered trademarks of Health Level Seven International and their use of these trademarks does not constitute an endorsement by HL7.