Join two deeper-dive discussions about Project Unify, which is a new proof-of-concept designed to advance interoperability between the Health and Human Services domains, each of which primarily uses a different standard (FHIR and NIEM, respectively).
The goal is to enable the Project Unify trust network by utilizing the capabilities of Interoperability Land, HSLynk and other partners on this proof-of-concept, thereby creating a path for interoperability between the Health (FHIR) and Human Services (NIEM) domains.
This second session will focus on technical aspects of Project Unify such as person matching and authentication, through a review of system architecture approaches.
All In: Data for Community Health is a nationwide learning collaborative that helps communities build capacity to address the social determinants of health through multi-sector data sharing collaborations.
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