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The Results are In: Highlights of the 2015 Infoway Partnership Conference

November 24 – 25, 2015

The 2015 Infoway Partnership Conference program struck the right chord with attendees as well as presenters. Participant feedback indicated that the conference provided an optimal opportunity to share perspectives, acquire learning and forge new connections to enhance the state of clinical information sharing in Canada.

A mix of over 200 clinicians, citizens, digital health subject matter experts, and vendor and industry representatives gathered in Vancouver from across the country, making great use of the opportunity to discuss Canadian digital health challenges, share solutions and key learning in areas including: immunization, medication reconciliation and coordination of care apractices that are underway or have been implemented in respective locations across the country.

Your feedback on this year’s conference highlights included:

  • Timely, relevant and dynamic Canadian as well as international keynote, plenary and concurrent sessions led by engaged thought leaders and speakers;
  • Meaningful networking opportunities;
  • An innovative Industry Showcase that enabled conference attendees to mix and mingle with an unprecedented 22 vendors sponsors and 5 InfoCentral community leaders focused on advancing clinical interoperability and ,
  • The launch of the Digital Health Alliance for Clinical Interoperability.

Want to re-immerse yourself in the conference program or review program material you were unable to attend live? The 2015 Infoway Partnership program, including concurrent and plenary presentations, are now posted. Visit InfoCentral Wiki to relive the experience and/or view content. Stay tuned as plenary session videos will also be posted in the coming weeks.

The goal to continue to build on the success of this year’s conference is strong, and we look forward to connecting with you again in 2016 as you recount your interoperability challenges and successes. Please feel free to provide your feedback or additional comments on projects you/your group is working on in the editorial section of InfoCentral. Alternatively, if you have content that you are interested in sharing, consider joining a community to initiate a discussion or share your outcomes in a webinar. We would love to hear the successes that are galvanizing others across the country and happy to help you promote them!

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