The foundation of Caristix software is profiles. Profiles are another word for interface specifications, specs, or conformance profiles. They are a way to capture the data formats and code sets you need for exchanging information between systems. Profiles provide a list of message types (or trigger events), segments, fields, components, sub-components, data types, and data tables that are specific to a system. The profiles you develop with Caristix software can be used to:
You can either build a spec manually by reading sample HL7 messages over the course of a few days, or you can use Caristix software to automatically build one for you, using the reverse-engineering functionality in our software. Learn about the tasks related to building, scoping, and updating specifications as follows:
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