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Working Groups

These groups are the place to really roll up your sleeves and get work done.

Working Groups will be made up of committed implementers and engaged stakeholders with broad representation. They will be led by project sponsors, SMEs and / or facilitators. Examples of working groups could be Communicable Diseases, Synoptic Reporting for Digital Imaging, or ePrescribing.

The output of these groups will have a direct impact to on-the-ground success of interoperability projects – either immediately or at a point in the future.

How Working Groups Are Formed

Working Groups can be formed in response to needs identified by the Clinical Interoperability Steering Committee. They can also be formed to support the goals of a Community. Email us to propose a Working Group.

Current Working Groups

A group of change leaders, committed to being a source for leading edge change management information and tools to support the evolution of change management in health care.
175 members
Facilitates discussion and supports efforts to develop and implement effective clinical interoperability solutions to improve the coordination of care including consult, referral, case and transfer management.
305 members
Security experts working in healthcare or health solution providers sharing knowledge, information, and resources to promote security in healthcare, and safeguard Canadians’ personal health information.
65 members
Expand on Diagnostic Imaging to explore imaging topics across the healthcare enterprise beyond Radiology, such as wound care, dermatology, point of care ultrasound and digital pathology.
229 members
Collaborate on the various aspects of managing electronic referrals and consultations.
118 members
Dedicated to the discovery, definition and publishing of HL7® FHIR® Implementation Guides, Conformance, Profiles, Extensions and ValueSets serving the Canadian context.
380 members
Share experiences and resources on analyzing the abundance of data created by digital health solutions.
259 members
Discuss and share updates, requirements, challenges, issues, solutions, presentations and work items related to health terminologies and classifications (SNOMED CT, pCLOCD, etc.).
457 members
Keep up to date and get involved in the latest from the HL7 Canada Constituency, the HL7 Canada Council, pan-Canadian messaging standards, and HL7 International.
388 members
Responsible for fulfilling some of the obligations listed in the HL7 Affiliate Agreement with HL7 International. As such, membership in the group is closed to the elected members as specified in its Terms of Reference but participation is encouraged from the broader community.
16 members
Health care and health information professionals collaborating to improve information sharing between health care technology systems.
249 members
Collaborate on topics with ISO/TC215, the ISO Technical Committee (TC) on Health Informatics and SC1 Global Health and Genomic Informatics.
148 members
A national medication management stakeholder community sharing knowledge, information and resources to promote medication safety practices.
386 members
The National Nursing Data Standards group’s goal is to increase the adoption and uptake of clinical data standards in Canada.
95 members
Are you a clinician and a passionate digital health champion? Join this community to engage with like-minded peers and Infoway.
154 members
Collaborate on the various aspects of creating, distributing and consuming a health records summary for a patient.
241 members
Building knowledge and collaborating on public health solutions to improve the electronic sharing and use of immunization and communicable disease information.
255 members
Canadians working together to modernize Canada’s sex and gender information practices in digital health.
131 members
Explore how to incorporate social determinants of health (SDOH) concepts into digital health systems.
129 members

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