Standards development organization Health Level Seven has begun a pilot program to offer standardized interoperability testing to health care software vendors, providers and payers to reduce the cost of connectivity while improving its quality.

The organization believes that products from different vendors that are tested for conformance to the same standards have a higher likelihood of interoperability. The health care community, says HL7 CEO Charles Jaffe, M.D, needs an easier low-cost connectivity solution that can be replicated among trading partners.

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