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The Sequoia Project Interoperability Testing

Description
The Sequoia Project interoperability testing program is focused on real-world testing necessary to establish interoperable exchange of clinical data among stakeholder in a secure way. It currently includes transport, security, and content testing. The rigorous testing program was initially developed to test conformance for health data sharing standards for on-boarding to the eHealth Exchange network. The program includes Participant Validation, which is specifically designed for applicants that are seeking to on-board to the eHealth Exchange or for existing eHealth Exchange participants seeking to retest their system due to a major system upgrade or change to their technology.  The program also includes Product Testing. Significant benefits exist to Participants using a validated system, including reduced or eliminated testing fees.
Start Date
02/28/2009
Projected End Date

    
Project Tags
  • eHealth Exchange
  • HIE
  • HL7
  • IHE
  • interoperability
  • Product Certification
  • Sequoia Project
  • Testing
  • Content
  • Security
  • Transport
  • Validation
Project Point of Contact: dvandykeremove@removesequoiaproject.org
Project Results
None