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Are you under the impression that receiving an HTTP 200 (“OK”) response means your FHIR implementation is conformant to the FHIR specifications or implementation guide(s)? If so, we are sorry to disappoint you. In our work to help implementers accelerate their FHIR implementations, we see many tests that are looking for that “HTTP 200” response
Connectathons are at risk of devolving into check-the-box participation and demonstration events. Let’s fix that. Not that long ago, health IT implementers attended annual (IHE) Connectathon events to test and polish their nearly-ready-for-production (most advanced) implementations. This was (and they still are) a big deal, with significant costs to register, prepare and attend. IHE Connectathon
Drummond’s G10 FHIR® API+ Certification Program is powered by the AEGIS Touchstone FHIR® testing ecosystem. Rockville, Maryland, July 7, 2022 – Approval by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT ( ONC) of Drummond’s 170.315(g)(10) conformance test suites on the AEGIS.net Touchstone FHIR® test tool and developer platform gives health IT developers two