HL7® FHIR® and Touchstone Virtual Training Feb. 3-4, 2021

“Touchstone’s training program unlocked the power of this testing environment for us. Like any specialized tool, we needed to learn how to use it. The training helped my whole team understand how to harness the tests supplied within the Touchstone platform and we now see the potential for specifying custom tests of our own too.  […]

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Sunday Funnies: Dr. Interoperability

Wishing everyone a restful weekend and offering some traditional “Sunday funnies” – not to mention a fun, easy way to see why testing is so important – with our very own Dr. Interoperability 🙂 Artistic credit: Jaymie Y. Im

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AEGIS and Drummond Announce CMS Patient Access API Test-Driven-Development Certification

The CMS Final Rule for Interoperability and Patient Access takes the important first step to require payers, providers, and consumer application developers to implement new standardized FHIR-based APIs for interoperability and patient access. AEGIS.net and Drummond Group have announced a multi-year strategic partnership to provide healthcare payers and software developers the necessary tools and guidance […]

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Mario Hyland to Speak at ConV2X Modernizing Healthcare Remote Symposium

Tune in to the ConV2X Modernizing Healthcare Remote Symposium on November 10, 2020, at 8:30AM EDT to listen to a panel of leading Healthcare IT experts from around the globe, including AEGIS’ Mario Hyland, as they share their perspectives on current active programs and discuss upcoming health IT advancements for frontline caregivers around the world. […]

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The Importance of Testing HL7® FHIR®

The AEGIS team had the pleasure of attending the HL7 Patient Access API Implementation Virtual Event, held August 17-19th, 2020. The Implementation Event was designed for organizations looking to focus on the technical and functional requirements for Patient Access APIs by payers in the context of CMS/ONC final rule and implementation deadlines. HL7 Implementation and […]

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AEGIS’ Richard Ettema to Teach at FHIR DevDays

Another HL7 FHIR DevDays is upon us, and like everything else the event has gone virtual. AEGIS.net proudly supports Fire.ly, one of our FHIRBall founding partners, in making this great event come alive online. AEGIS presents at FHIR DevDays to support the FHIR Community Vision to enable health interoperability through the use of FHIR and […]

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Register Now For Upcoming HL7® FHIR® and Touchstone Virtual Training Classes on May 27 & 28, 2020

AEGIS has trained hundreds of developers to build with HL7 FHIR using Touchstone, our cloud-based platform that supports FHIR conformance as you build. Touchstone offers thousands of tests in an easy-to-use system for measuring conformance and interoperability against published specifications, profiles, and the healthcare industry’s leading implementation guides. Whether you are new to HL7 FHIR […]

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Software Testing and COVID-19 Data

Like a lot of businesses, AEGIS is anxious about how to help with the global coronavirus crisis. While we have provided information technology support to many business sectors including healthcare, finance, and transportation logistics, we admit we’re not on the front line of the current challenges, and we have great respect and appreciation for those […]

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AEGIS and FHIRBall to Present at HIMSS20

We are so excited to have joined forces to form FHIRBall,  the FHIR Business Alliance, in order to expand the awareness of FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) alongside our colleagues at 1upHealth, Firely, and Smile CDR. These companies have each contributed countless hours over years as the FHIR specification has formed and gained traction. True […]

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ONC Interop Forum Highlights Data Quality, Testing

Last week, several of us from the AEGIS team attended ONC’s third annual Interoperability Forum at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, DC. We were pleased to see the level of excitement and even optimism about the industry’s progress toward achieving true interoperability among systems using electronic health information. We continue to see the involvement of […]

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