Lantana's software products are used across the industry to create, modify, publish, and implement high-quality information exchange.

Our solutions have developed out of our own work supporting clients. We update and improve them continuously and share them with our industry free of charge. Trifolia products and the Validator are hosted by Lantana, all products are available for local use, and most are open source. We also provide support and customization to meet your needs.

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Trifolia-on-FHIR (ToF) is a premier, open source metadata-management tool to develop and maintain Open APIs using the HL7® FHIR® standard. Users can create or modify FHIR profiles, extensions, value sets, questionnaires, document types, and create and publish full implementation guides for enterprise use or for national adoption. ToF reduces the time and effort required to provide secure access for critical data assets. Since January 2019, over 270 users registered to use our hosted application.


Trifolia Work Bench

Trifolia Workbench (TWB) is a robust and mature open source toolset to develop CDA® implementation guides complete with template, value set, narrative, validation logic, and XML sample management supporting customization and HL7 balloting. TWB has over 1,500 users.


Our Validator ensures that documents are well formed, standards compliant, and high quality. Use it online to troubleshoot sample files and host it locally to make sure that documents you send and receive meet minimum requirements. The Validator accepts and validates any flavor of CDA® against the base Schema and against Schematron rules. Accessed over 40,000 times, over 82,000 documents have been validated on our hosted application.

The Lantana stylesheet transforms a CDA® XML document into an HTML page for display in a browser or XSLT-compatible application. Our stylesheet is a refresh and upgrade of the one commonly used for CDA R2. The Lantana version will:

  • Adapt to any display, including print.
  • Support drag-and-drop in the Table of Contents to reorder the corresponding sections.
  • Highlight sections to provide context while navigating.
  • Render common identifiers in the document header (SSN, NPI, etc.)
  • Control format, grouping, color palette, and font.


FHIR.JS is a JavaScript (Node.JS) module that serializes and deserializes FHIR resources between JSON and XML. The module includes limited resource validation and supports FHIR DSTU1, DSTU2, and STU3. Users have downloaded FHIR.JS over 50,000 times.


XML Harvester

XML Harvester is an open-source application that converts one or more data files into well-defined, user friendly structure—Excel, Access, and DB2—that are often easier to integrate, analyze, and interpret in current applications. Harvester has been used to convert data from:

  • Quality Reporting Data Architecture (QRDA) XML files
  • Electronic Initial Case Report (eICR)


Term-Query is a JavaScript (Node.JS) command-line tool used to query SNOMED-CT and RxNorm with built-in queries for medications, problems, and other common code lists. Term-Query saves outputs in OpenXML Excel format (.xlsx). Users have downloaded Term-Query over 1,200 times.

HL7®, FHIR®, and CDA® are the registered trademarks of Health Level Seven International and the use does not constitute endorsement by HL7.