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Connected Health Information generated $1 billion in health system savings in 2017

A new pan-Canadian study shows that the growing use of connected health information in Canada is producing significant financial and time savings benefits for patients, our health system and our economy.

Annual Acceptance of Terms of Use and License Agreements Required After March 31

Infoway provides convenient access to a wide range of licensed and proprietary material. To ensure compliance with our various agreements, Infoway Account users are asked to reconfirm acceptance of the Terms of Use and License Agreements by March 31 of each year.

SNOMED CT Expo 2018: Call for Abstracts

Infoway is pleased to announce our collaboration with SNOMED International on SNOMED CT Expo 2018, being held October 18-19 in Vancouver. This event brings together government officials, health IT professionals, health practitioners, researchers, academics and vendors from around the world. The call for abstracts is now open, with submissions due by April 10. Registration will open soon.

January 2018 version of SNOMED CT available in TermWorks

Map to the latest version of SNOMED CT (January 31, 2018) using TermWorks, an easy-to-use data mapping solution that brings powerful terminology capabilities directly to the desktop 

Upcoming Standards Releases, April 2018

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.

Join Infoway Experts at e-Health 2018 in Vancouver, May 27-30

Infoway has an exciting line-up of speakers that you definitely won't want to miss. This year's conference will offer proactive top-quality learning and an opportunity to network with organizations and people that value quality health information as well as effective integrated system solutions.

2018 Infoway Partnership Conference is Patients Included

Patients Included means that we are "committed to incorporating the experience of patients as experts in living with their condition while ensuring that they are neither excluded nor exploited."

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