The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides a service that automatically checks documents for validation according to official Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) guidelines. The CDA standard specifies the structure of the document's textual format to ensure a standard for effective human interpretation, as well as optional structuring for software processing.
Two functions are exposed by the CDA Guideline Validation API. The first takes no arguments and returns a list of CDA-based document specifications. The second takes a type of document (from the available validation types) and the content of a document as its arguments, and returns validation information as a response.
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