CDC references Caristix HL7 Definition resource site as their HL7 reference documents
Posted May 27, 2021, by the Caristix Team
On the April 9, 2021 update, the CDC referenced the Caristix HL7 Definition resource site as their HL7 reference documents for Observation/Result Segment (OBX) in their Guidance for Reporting SARS-CoV-2 Sequencing Results.
HL7 Definition resource site provides you what you need to learn and understand the HL7 standard. Whether your new to the HL7 standard or an expert, you’ll want to refer to the list of trigger events, segments, data types, and tables for each HL7 standard version on an ongoing basis.
Most IT professionals agree the Caristix HL7 Definition reference site is the best HL7 standard reference available on the internet. More than 20,000 people access it monthly! (https://hl7-definition.caristix.com/v2/HL7v2.5.1).
Caristix “Live” applications enable you to read HL7 messages, decode & validate HL7, perform gap analysis, edit messages, de-identify patient-ID, and test HL7 interfaces.
Caristix value proposition is to
1) Accelerate Health Data Integration in less time & costs with more efficiency
2) Perform Health Data Quality with integrity, accuracy, and privacy
3) Enabling Health Data Standards improving interoperability.
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