What about validation?
The whole product development life cycles, as well as the IQ/OQ/PQ portion of validation with the required submissions to the FDA for new devices can not be compressed down to two weeks. Two months is a possibility, but you're also failing to account for the fact that cross company/ industry wide standards would have to be developed and approved prior to the creation of the new kits. That's a process that takes years in most industries.
How many of those 50 replies will be there when people have to sign them with their real names?
The standards for the data already exist. HITSP However adoption of the standard is optional, and healthcare IT is very very slow to update technologies. Most system to system healthcare messaging is currently done in HL7 V2.x which is a pipe-delimited text format and while new XML based standards exist, adoption of them has been slow and spotty, at best.
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Q: How many IBM CPU's does it take to execute a job? A: Four; three to hold it down, and one to rip its head off.