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Lorie Carey wins the 2019 LOINC Award for Distinguished Contributions

The award recognizes Lorie's "exceptional and enduring actions, activities and accomplishments that advance and promote LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes — a database and universal standard for identifying medical laboratory observations) and its use to improve health."


Did you know that Infoway publishes a standards release schedule?

Have you ever wondered when the next version of a standard or terminology will be released? You’ll find the answer in Infoway’s Standards Release Centre.


April 2019 Subset Release

Review the release notes on InfoScribe to learn the details about the latest Subset release.


Updated Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT Available in TermWorks

Map to the January 2019 version of SNOMED CT Canadian Edition starting May 22, 2019. 


Thank you to the 2019 Infoway Partnership Sponsors

Generous sponsors of the 2019 Infoway Partnership Conference taking place in Ottawa, November 12 &13 include: Health Information Technology Service eHealth, Cognisant MD.


April release: Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT

This release includes new content to support various digital health implementations across the country.


Implementation Guidelines, Resources and Canadian Editorial Guidelines for SNOMED CT

Are you implementing SNOMED CT and have a request to add or change content? If you need help, we have guidelines and resources available.


We are hiring: Standards Subject Matter Expert

Provide standards and terminology expertise, including the following reference terminologies: SNOMED CT, LOINC, UCUM and HL7 code systems.


Looking for a health care standard for any Canadian jurisdiction?

Did you know that Infoway publishes a list of all the health care standards recommended for use or already implemented in Canada?


Upcoming Standards Releases, April 2019

Stay tuned at the end of April as Infoway publishes the new release of the Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT as well as updated versions of many of our pan-Canadian Subsets.


January 2019 version of SNOMED CT available in TermWorks and TermManager

Map to the latest version of SNOMED CT (January 31, 2019) using TermWorks, an easy-to-use data mapping solution that brings powerful terminology capabilities directly to the desktop, or TermManager, a browser based mapping tool.

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