Conformance Test Specification for Authoring Systems provides a significant expansion of the authoring test cases previously available to developers in Clinical Documents - Conformance Test Specification for CDA Rendering v1.3 which contained test cases for authoring and rendering. This previously published document is now superseded by Clinical Documents - Conformance Test Specification for CDA Rendering v1.4 and Clinical Documents - Conformance Test Specification for Authoring Systems v1.0.
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