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Renew Today: HL7 International Access

For those individuals or organizations that require access to, or licenses associated with content managed by HL7 International, the renewal period is now open.

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Release of the SNOMED CT March 2021 CA Edition Coming Soon

The SNOMED CT CA extends the international edition with specific Canadian requirements.

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2021 LOINC Virtual Conference, March 9-12

Registration is now open. No matter your experience level with LOINC, you will find new learnings.

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Did you know: Infoway offers free OID registration

As the Canadian affiliate for HL7, Infoway can register OIDs on behalf of Canadian implementers at no cost, saving $500 USD per request.

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Subset Release Maintenance Cycle Deadline Approaching

Deadline to submit your request for change regarding the proposed changes to published subsets is March 5, 2021.

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HL7 International Access Renewals Begin March 1

HL7 International Access is required for incorporating HL7 materials in a product and for participation in HL7 International ballots. SNOMED CT, LOINC, and others are available at no cost to users with an active Infoway account.

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New Releases of pCLOCD and SNOMED CT Available

The January 2021 versions of pan-Canadian LOINC Observation Code Database (pCLOCD) and Systematized NOmenclature of MEDicine -- Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT®) are now available for review and implementation accessible from the  Terminology Gateway.

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COVID-19 Canada Public Health Terminology Dashboard

COVID-19 Canada Public Health Terminology dashboard contains all published and pre-release requests for new concepts or terms for Subsets, LOINC/pCLOCD and SNOMED CT Canadian edition that relate to COVID-19.

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HL7 Canada Council Election 2021 Results

Congratulations to the newly elected members of the HL7 Canada Council and thank you to all the nominees and the community for participating.

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Apply by June 1 for UVic's Graduate Certificate Program in Health Terminology Standards

Graduates of this program are eligible for the Canadian College of Health Information Management Terminology Standards Specialist Certification.

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Attend the 2021 IHE North America Virtual Connectathon, March 1-5

Hundreds of the health care industry’s top leaders gather annually to collaborate and test implementations of IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) Profiles and other world-class standards to prove and improve their product’s interoperability functionality.

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