You can use the Redox FHIR® API sandbox environment to send test requests for test patients. You simply need to send requests to redox-fhir-sandbox.
Just know that the Redox FHIR® sandbox is read-only. So you can send messages and receive realistic responses, but you can't write to the sandbox. For example, if you send a test Patient$write or Organization/create to our FHIR® sandbox, you'll get a successful message back, but the underlying sandbox data won't change. If you're wondering why the sandbox is read-only, it's because we wanted all of our customers to have a consistent testing experience with pre-loaded data.
Any test writeback messages receive a 200 OK response with the following body:
Redox FHIR sandbox writeback response
So, with that said, use the test patient data below to get started.
We have test patient data you can use for patient, document, insurance, or encounter searches.
The Redox FHIR® sandbox uses exact matching for patient searches.
For identifiers, we include one or more of the following for each test patient:
- Medical Record ID (MR)
- driver's license number (DL)
- passport number (PPN)
- Social Security number (SSN)
The system for MR, DL, and PPN is the Redox FHIR® API sandbox environment. The system for SSN is http://hl7.org/fhir/side/us-ssn. Learn more about searching with patient identifiers.
For demographics, we include one or more of the following for each test patient:
- given name
- family name
- home phone
- mobile phone
- email address
You can search for the following patients:
Patient resource id: 81c2f5eb-f99f-40c4-b504-59483e6148d7
Address: Hillsboro, OR 97123
Address: Fostoria, OH
Mobile phone: (555) 578-5675
Address: Summit, NJ
Home phone: (555) 762-3229
Ana Luisa Salgado
Address: Paterson, NJ 07502
Home phone: (555) 252-2071
Mobile phone: (555) 310-4913
Email: Ana Luisa.Salgadoemail@example.com
Address: Beaverton, MI 48612
Home phone: (555) 100-8501
Mobile phone: (555) 817-9005
Address: Troy, OH 45373
Home phone: (555) 360-1507
Mobile phone: (555) 798-2412
Some of the test patients have extra data associated with them, like document, insurance, or encounter data. If available for a given test patient, we include:
- the document ID to use with the DocumentReference resource;
- an indicator that insurance information exists so that you can retrieve Account and Coverage resources; and
- the number of encounters so that you can retrieve the Encounter resource.
You can search for this patient and associated documents with the DocumentReference resource:
Address: Nashville, TN
You can search for this patient and associated insurance data with the Account and Coverage resources:
Address: Germantown, MD
You can search for this patient and associated encounter data with the Encounter resource:
Address: Leland, MS 38756
Mobile phone: 555-852-9398
If you're testing against the sandbox environment and want to know what kind of responses to expect, you can refer to the examples below.
Just so you know, the bundle.id field in the response is different for each request.