Sequoia Project Launches Data Usability Validator Tool for Health Information Exchange

Sequoia Project Launches Data Usability Validator Tool for Health Information Exchange

The Sequoia Project, a leader in health IT interoperability, has partnered with AHIMA to launch a data usability validator tool.

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The Sequoia Project, in collaboration with the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), has introduced a groundbreaking data usability validator tool aimed at improving the quality and usability of health information exchanged nationwide. This initiative is part of the "Data Usability Taking Root" movement, promoting the adoption of The Sequoia Project's Data Usability Implementation Guide Version 1. The validator tool assists organizations in adhering to this guide, ensuring health information is accurate, complete, and easily understood by all stakeholders. Key benefits of the tool include improved data quality and usability, enhanced testing services, and complementing existing initiatives by The Sequoia Project to champion data quality since 2018.




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