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Introduction to Object Identifier (OID) and Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019, 12:00pm - 01:00pm ET
by Linda Monico

Introduction to Object Identifier (OID) and Uniform Resource Identifier (URI)

Presenter: Cindy Jiang, Lead, Standards – Data Exchange, eHealth Ontario

This beginner level education session will provide an overview of two types of identifiers commonly used in health care data exchange – object identifier (OID) and uniform resource identifier (URI).

Pan-Canadian Standards use OIDs to distinguish between objects by assigning a numeric string that enables other systems to understand the unique information that is being shared between various systems. A URI is used to identify things on the semantic web. It is easier to read and can be a name and/or locator.

Join us to learn more about OIDs and URIs, including information about the background, structure, associated policies and how they are used in Ontario's electronic health records.

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Introduction aux identificateurs d’objet (OID) et aux localisateurs uniformes de ressources (URI)

Présentatrice : Cindy Jiang, responsable des Normes et de l’Échange de données, cyberSanté Ontario

Cette présentation donne un aperçu de deux types d’identificateurs couramment utilisés dans l’échange de données sur la santé : les identificateurs d’objet (OID) et les localisateurs uniformes de ressources (URI).

Conçue à l’intention des débutants, la séance donnera de l’information générale au sujet des OID et des URI, au moyen d’une mise en contexte et d’une explication de leur structure, de la façon dont ils sont utilisés pour les dossiers de santé électroniques de l’Ontario et des politiques qui les concernent.

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