Coding With Blinders On

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I saw a horse pulling a carriage the other day and noticed that the horse had blinders on. Blinders are those square pieces of leather on the side of each of the horse’s eyes. It prevents the horse from becoming distracted and allows it to focus on moving ahead when trotting among the city traffic. […]

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Press Release: JMIR Publishes FHIR Testing Study

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MITRE, AEGIS and ONC Author Study on Tools to Support FHIR Compliance, Health Data Interoperability Testing BEDFORD, Mass. and ROCKVILLE, Md., Nov. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Frequent and thorough software testing has clear positive implications for health data interoperability according to a study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Medical Informatics. The study, […]

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Where’s AEGIS? November 2018

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In November 2018, AEGIS.net will be attending the following events: November 7th-9th: Commonwell Fall Summit November 14-15th: IHE Technical Evaluation Meeting  November 14th-16th: FHIR Dev Days AmsterdamPresentation: FHIR Testing and System Certification Author: Richard Ettema (@techknowman) November 27th-28th: ONC FHIR Workshop November 28th: P2 FHIR Task Force Executive Steering Committee Meeting November 29th-30th: ONC Annual […]

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Test Like You Mean It

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Tonight begins the second round of the 2017 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs for our hometown Washington Capitals. They have no doubt spent the past few days furiously practicing in preparation for facing the reigning champs, the Pittsburgh Penguins. It occurs to me that as they have practiced, their coaches didn’t just set up orange cones […]

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