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March 8, 2024
(Vienna, VA – March 8, 2024) – The Sequoia Project, a non-profit and trusted advocate for nationwide health IT interoperability, in collaboration with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), today unveiled a data usability validator tool for health information exchanged in the United States. As part of the Data Usability Taking Root movement, any organization that pledges to adopt The Sequoia Project Data Usability Implementation Guide Version 1 is eligible to subscribe to the first-of-its-kind data usability validator testing tool to improve data usability and quality and testing services. The Sequoia Project has been supporting content testing programs and providing feedback from lessons learned to HL7® to improve the C-CDA standard since 2018. “The groundswell of support for…

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