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NeoTool Expands Healthcare Interface Testing Features and Adds Code Set Translation Functionality to Integration Engine
Date:12/10/2008

the challenges of healthcare integration," said Sally A. Niks,CSP, Application Engineer, Floyd Medical Center. "Every day, the NeoTool integration engine has proven to deliver value to our operations, and the value continues to grow with each new release. The upgrade process to the latest release is one of the smoothest that I have experienced from any vendor."

Test Message Manager - Enhancing Interface Quality
The latest NeoIntegrate release offers enhanced testing features such as new loading options that allow users to load test files as a single, unparsed message, as a file of messages, or as an individual message. In addition, the new test message manager offers testing of specific messages without the requirement to create customized files. Users can select specific messages in a file or folder for testing and store remaining messages for future use.

As the message tests are run during the interface configuration process, the new features provide more complete and easier access to test results. The ability to compare the input and output messages provides a more comprehensive review to enhance quality checks prior to deployment.

"Testing interfaces as you configure them is essential. It enhances the quality of the interface and, equally important, it reduces the cycle time of deploying robust interfaces. NeoTool has moved NeoIntegrate to a comprehensive communication platform. We are able to not only integrate our medical systems but bring a whole new level of functionality to our business because of what NeoIntegrate provides." stated Jason Wilson, Software Engineering Manager, Austin Radiological Association.

Wilson continued, "The NeoTool integration engine has always been strong in its testing approach. With this latest release, the new test message manager enhances the flexibility and robustness of testing the data transformation while streamlining the process by managin
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