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333 Reviews

Didn't work first time through; worked OK second try.

Lee B. · Reviewed 1 day ago

Doesn't work

Lee B. · Reviewed 1 day ago

CHETAN V. · Reviewed 1 day ago

Shoug A. · Reviewed 1 day ago

zain t. · Reviewed 2 days ago

Syed A. · Reviewed 2 days ago

Amazing labs

Ahmad Ainul R. · Reviewed 2 days ago

Shoug A. · Reviewed 3 days ago

Shoug A. · Reviewed 4 days ago

Anshuman M. · Reviewed 4 days ago

soumia s. · Reviewed 4 days ago

everything worked.

Dean N. · Reviewed 4 days ago

Renzo O. · Reviewed 4 days ago

Jackline A. · Reviewed 4 days ago

everything worked.

Dean N. · Reviewed 5 days ago

Sharath S. · Reviewed 5 days ago

priya r. · Reviewed 5 days ago

Could not complete the Lab

Ratikanta P. · Reviewed 7 days ago

Gary S. · Reviewed 8 days ago

Linda S. · Reviewed 8 days ago

This was good. I wish (and maybe this would be another lab) that I could have seen the fhir data before it was put into a table. For example, if there was an image that displayed the flow of one of the patients into the fhir API (ex. patient Smith, Pat) that we would be able to query data for that one patient as a first step toward viewing all of the patients in the table. But like I said that might be in it's own lab. The objectives outlined in this lab were met. The virtualized environments worked as designed.

garrett b. · Reviewed 8 days ago

The Google Cloud Shell would not activate. I clicked the button to start it and after 18 minutes of it trying to start I simply stopped the lab.

garrett b. · Reviewed 8 days ago

The Google Cloud Shell would not activate. I clicked the button to start it and after 18 minutes of it trying to start I simply stopped the lab.

garrett b. · Reviewed 9 days ago

Rajesh T. · Reviewed 9 days ago

goof

Mazen a. · Reviewed 10 days ago