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HL7 Preps Healthcare Clinical Messaging Standard
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5/30/2013 | 2:21:00 AM
re: HL7 Preps Healthcare Clinical Messaging Standard
It would be intriguing to see how the FHIR system works when
put to the test in real clinical settings. From what HL7 is saying and from
what the article states, it could lead to faster and better communication
between systems, which in turn helps add to interoperability, which is one of
the major issues surrounding health IT. With the compatibility and capacities
offered by the FHIR system, I hope that it passes its testing phase and gets
implemented as an industry standard sooner than later.

Jay Simmons
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