Publication date: Jul 26, 2019
When two federal health agencies released proposed rules in February that affirmed their previous commitments to the FHIR standard and application programming interfaces, it was a mixed bag of emotions for senior executives at HL7 International, the standards organization tasked with accelerating FHIR.
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|Health Level 7|
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