Tag Archives: Interoperability

IHE North American Connectathon 2020

The IHE NA Connectathon will continue to build on its reputation as the premier testing venue for standards-based interoperability. Join health IT engineers on-site in Cleveland, Ohio as competitors collaborate to test, re-test, and de-bug vendor implementations of IHE Profiles and other world-class standards. IHE’s rigorous testing process allows competing vendors to identify system code…

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IICC LAW and LIVD specifications added to ONC’s Interoperability Standards Advisory for Clinical Laboratories

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) recently adopted the IIVD Industry Connectivity Consortium’s Laboratory Analytical Workflow (LAW) and LOINC for IVD (LIVD) specifications in its Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA). The Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA) process represents the model by which the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology…

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The IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium (IICC) celebrates its 10th Anniversary with the Publication of CLSI AUTO16 for Clinical Laboratories

This April, the IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium (IICC) celebrated its 10th Anniversary. The event coincided with the official publication of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute’s AUTO16 (Next-Generation In Vitro Diagnostic Instrument Interface, 1st Edition), the standard for which the IICC was initially founded as a global nonprofit, organization, dedicated to creating and encouraging the…

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IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium launches initiative to verify the applicability of its LAW Profile to microbiology

by: IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium Chicago, IL – Wednesday, September 5, 2018- The IVD Industry Connectivity Consortium™ (IICC) today announced a new initiative to verify the applicability of its LAW Profile to microbiology. The Laboratory Analytical Workflow Profile (LAW) defines the physical connection, message definitions (based on the HL7 Messaging Standard v2.5.1), and workflow definitions between…

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