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The purpose of this project is to quickly develop an update to the existing Consolidated CDA DSTU 2.0 specification to support backwards compatibility with C-CDA 1.1.  The requirements are that an existing EHR certified under 2014 or 2015 ONC Standards and Certification criteria be able to correctly interpret the content of a C-CDA 2.1 without requiring change to the product presuming that it has followed good development practices in interpretation of the CDA Standards and C-CDA 1.1 specifications.
 
The purpose of this project is to quickly develop an update to the existing Consolidated CDA DSTU 2.0 specification to support backwards compatibility with C-CDA 1.1.  The requirements are that an existing EHR certified under 2014 or 2015 ONC Standards and Certification criteria be able to correctly interpret the content of a C-CDA 2.1 without requiring change to the product presuming that it has followed good development practices in interpretation of the CDA Standards and C-CDA 1.1 specifications.
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The project builds on the work of the Dual-CDA Compatible Task Force to address the issues it found between C-CDA Release 1.1 and C-CDA Release 2.0.

Revision as of 11:03, 14 May 2015

The purpose of this project is to quickly develop an update to the existing Consolidated CDA DSTU 2.0 specification to support backwards compatibility with C-CDA 1.1. The requirements are that an existing EHR certified under 2014 or 2015 ONC Standards and Certification criteria be able to correctly interpret the content of a C-CDA 2.1 without requiring change to the product presuming that it has followed good development practices in interpretation of the CDA Standards and C-CDA 1.1 specifications.

The project builds on the work of the Dual-CDA Compatible Task Force to address the issues it found between C-CDA Release 1.1 and C-CDA Release 2.0.