Claim Insight image is available from our docker hub’s repo.
You run Claim Insight container using docker compose or in any Kubernetes cluster.
This docker-compose file provides a good starting point for standalone configuration.
The default configuration includes a local instance of MongoDB. If you will be running your own MongoDB cluster to host the Claim Insight’s database (see below), you can remove the MongoDB service from the docker-compose file.
Follow these steps to run Claim Insight using docker compose:
- Save your docker-compose file to the folder named
- Create a folder for the Mongo DB volume, it must be named “mongo_data”, e.g., mkdir mongo_data. If you want to use a different location, update the docker-compose.yaml
- Navigate to the
docker compose up -dfrom the
The main URL for Claim Insight UI is http://
The API documentation is available at http://
REST APIs are available at
http://<your host>:5080/clinsight/api. For example, the URL for Claim API is http://
You can change the port by updating the port mapping of the Claim Insight’s docker container.
You should allocate at least 2GB to the Claim Insight container.