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Standards Selection Framework – Now open for business

On September 29th, Canada Health Infoway launched a new framework designed to help with the often overwhelming task of standards selection. The framework provides a great opportunity for the InfoCentral community to share their successful implementation projects, the standards selection challenges they faced and the specifications that detail their final solutions. By publishing your solution in this space you are helping all those that are faced with similar challenges. This simple act of sharing will promote standardization, lead to an increase in adoption and bring visibility to the successful work achieved across the country. The space is also embracing active development of new standards selection choices. As a result, expect the content to be constantly evolving, thereby making it worthwhile to check for newly published materials on a regular basis.

Take this opportunity to get involved as editors of your own guides. As this is a new service offering for the community, the Infoway team is available to help so you don't have to do it all on your own. If you have content you would like to share, please get in touch with us and we will support you in posting your materials efficiently and effectively. Also, if you are just beginning your efforts towards implementing your interoperability solution, the framework is designed to guide you through the process as you actively author your specification.

If you missed our September webinar, watch it now to learn more. 

If you are interested in using the Standards Selection Framework for your project, please contact us directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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