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Finally Some Real Confirmation As To The Mess The PCEHR Program Actually Was.

This appeared a few days ago.Support for Testing in the #FHIR SpecificationPosted on September 28, 2016 by Grahame GrieveOn the last day of the Baltimore meeting, a small group of us met to talk about the future of testing in the FHIR specification. In particular, the participants included both Aegis and Mitre, who develop Touchstone and Crucible respectively. Out small group made 3 decisi
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