Quickstart: Deploy Azure API for FHIR using Azure portal
In this quickstart, you'll learn how to deploy Azure API for FHIR using the Azure portal.
If you don't have an Azure subscription, create a free account before you begin.
Create new resource
Open the Azure portal and click Create a resource
Search for Azure API for FHIR
You can find Azure API for FHIR by typing "FHIR" into the search box:
Create Azure API for FHIR account
Select Create to create a new Azure API for FHIR account:
Enter account details
Select an existing resource group or create a new one, choose a name for the account, and finally click Review + create:
Confirm creation and await FHIR API deployment.
Additional settings (optional)
You can also click Next: Additional settings to view the authentication settings. The default configuration for the Azure API for FHIR is to use Azure RBAC for assigning data plane roles. When configured in this mode, the "Authority" for the FHIR service will be set to the Azure Active Directory tenant of the subscription:
Notice that the box for entering allowed object IDs is grayed out, since we use Azure RBAC for configuring role assignments in this case.
If you wish to configure the FHIR service to use an external or secondary Azure Active Directory tenant, you can change the Authority and enter object IDs for user and groups that should be allowed access to the server. For more information, see the local RBAC configuration guide.
Fetch FHIR API capability statement
To validate that the new FHIR API account is provisioned, fetch a capability statement by pointing a browser to
Clean up resources
When no longer needed, you can delete the resource group, Azure API for FHIR, and all related resources. To do so, select the resource group containing the Azure API for FHIR account, select Delete resource group, then confirm the name of the resource group to delete.
In this quickstart guide, you've deployed the Azure API for FHIR into your subscription. To set additional settings in your Azure API for FHIR, proceed to the additional settings how-to guide. If you are ready to start using the Azure API for FHIR, read more on how to register applications.