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At-Home In-Vitro Test Kit

Test Kit Version: 0.9.0
Maturity: Moderate

The At-Home In-Vitro Test Kit provides an executable set of tests for the At-Home In-Vitro Test Implementation Guide v1.0.0. This test kit validates At-Home In-Vitro FHIR Bundles and their entry resources.

This test kit is open source and freely available for use or adoption by the health IT community including EHR vendors, health app developers, and testing labs. It is built using the Inferno Framework. The Inferno Framework is designed for reuse and aims to make it easier to build test kits for any FHIR-based data exchange.


The At-Home In-Vitro tests verify that an At-Home In-Vitro FHIR Bundle and its entries, constructed either manually or by a digital testing application, conform to the resource profiles as defined in the implementation guide.

The test kit currently tests the following requirements:

  • FHIR Bundle POST Request Verification
  • FHIR Bundle Validation
  • Entry Validation

See the test descriptions within the test kit for detail on the specific validations performed as part of testing these requirements.


The At-Home In-Vitro Test Kit GitHub repository can be found here.

Providing Feedback and Reporting Issues

We welcome feedback on the tests, including but not limited to the following areas:

  • Validation logic, such as potential bugs, lax checks, and unexpected failures.
  • Requirements coverage, such as requirements that have been missed, tests that necessitate features that the IG does not require, or other issues with the interpretation of the IG’s requirements.
  • User experience, such as confusing or missing information in the test UI.

Please report any issues with this set of tests in the issues section of the repository.

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