A Node.js client for the Federal Data Services Hub (FDSH)
Install with npm:
npm install fdsh-client
Setup a bunch of config data:
const fdsh = ;const fs = ;// connectivity configconst host = 'dev.hub.cms.gov'const port = 5443const path = nullconst userId = 'MY_USER_ID'const password = 'MY_PASSWORD'const cert = fsconst key = fsconst connectivityArgs = host port path userId password cert key// method-specific configconst firstName = 'MARK'const middleName = ''const lastName = 'WHITE'const ssn = '277025100'const dob = '1991-07-08'const methodArgs = firstName middleName lastName ssn dob// some simple callbackslet consolelet console
Then you can start feeding it to methods that correspond to FDSH services.
For example, the Hub Connectivity Service:
ResponseMetadata: ResponseCode: 'HS000000' ResponseDescriptionText: 'Success'
The Verify SSA Composite Service:
SSACompositeIndividualResponse:ResponseMetadata: ResponseCode: 'HS000000' ResponseDescriptionText: 'Success'PersonSSNIdentification: '277025100'SSAResponse:SSNVerificationIndicator: 'true'DeathConfirmationCode: 'Unconfirmed'PersonUSCitizenIndicator: 'true'PersonIncarcerationInformationIndicator: 'false'SSATitleIIMonthlyIncomeInformationIndicator: 'true'SSATitleIIAnnualIncomeInformationIndicator: 'false'SSATitleIIMonthlyIncome: Object
What is the Federal Data Services Hub (FDSH)?
It's a system developed for the sharing of information between various entities.
Who oversees the FDSH?
Who built the FDSH?
How can I obtain a user ID, password, etc.?
You must speak with CMS.
- include more services
- better error handling (more informative error messages, perhaps a unified error messaging scheme, etc.)
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