Full name: projects.locations.datasets.fhirStores.fhir.search
Searches for resources in the given FHIR store according to criteria specified as query parameters.
Supports three methods of search defined by the specification:
GET [base]?[parameters]to search across all resources.
GET [base]/[type]?[parameters]to search resources of a specified type.
POST [base]/[type]/_search?[parameters]as an alternate form having the same semantics as the
GET methods do not support compartment searches. The
POST method does not support
application/x-www-form-urlencoded search parameters.
On success, the response body will contain a JSON-encoded representation of a
Bundle resource of type
searchset, containing the results of the search. Errors generated by the FHIR store will contain a JSON-encoded
OperationOutcome resource describing the reason for the error. If the request cannot be mapped to a valid API method on a FHIR store, a generic GCP error might be returned instead.
The server's capability statement, retrieved through
capabilities, indicates the search parameters that are supported on each FHIR resource. For the list of search parameters for STU3, see the STU3 FHIR Search Parameter Registry.
Supported search modifiers:
Supported search result parameters:
The maximum number of search results returned defaults to 100, which can be overridden by the
_count parameter up to a maximum limit of 1000. If there are additional results, the returned
Bundle will contain pagination links.
Resources with a total size larger than 5MB or a field count larger than 50,000 might not be fully searchable as the server might trim its generated search index in those cases.
Note: FHIR resources are indexed asynchronously, so there might be a slight delay between the time a resource is created or changes and when the change is reflected in search results.
The URL uses gRPC Transcoding syntax.
Name of the FHIR store to retrieve resources from.
Authorization requires the following Google IAM permission on the specified resource
The FHIR resource type to search, such as Patient or Observation. For a complete list, see the FHIR Resource Index.
The request body must be empty.
If successful, the response is a generic HTTP response whose format is defined by the method.
Requires one of the following OAuth scopes:
For more information, see the Authentication Overview.