I would have thought that all of the health testing would have been completed on all of the dogs by now considering there is no pedigree to look back on. How much does overall health testing figure in to whether they get final approval?
The only health testing that is required to be done are the two that have a DNA test available, HA and Fanconi. Though the other health testing is strongly encouraged. The two sides of the health testing debate that led to this compromise were 1: Foundation stock that is being added to the stud book should be rigorously tested because we are bringing in new genes and should have a good history of their health and 2: Breeders in the United States are not required to do any health testing prior to breeding and are therefore free to breed "blind" if they so choose so it is unfair to require importers to health test when no health testing is required by anyone else.
As far as how health testing will factor into final approval, that will be determined by each individual member that is voting.