Connectathon participants have the opportunity to exchange data with test versions of FHIR interfaces for the Ontario Lab Information System (OLIS), Digital Health Drug Repository and Digital Health Immunization Repository.
Other participants are bringing FHIR versions of Clinical Document Repositories and eReferral Systems. UHN is sending it’s mobile app development team to help participants make FHIR based iOS and Android apps. Infoway will be featuring its tooling suite and Aegis will be demonstrating its automated testing tools.
The knowledge and experience that will be gained at this year’s FHIR North Connectathon is unprecedented and the registration fee is only $125.
With industry experts like Lloyd McKenzie, James Agnew and Josh Mandel there to help, we can ensure participants will gain new insights and knowledge regardless of their level of FHIR experience. Space is limited, secure your spot today. http://www.fhirnorth.ca/
Want to know more about FHIR implementations in Canada? Efforts are underway within the FHIR Working Group to define the business case for using FHIR best practices, to find the appropriate tooling that will shape the future of it, to identify architectural elements and approaches that enable systems to work together in addition to enacting hands-on development from across the country for items that the community identified as immediately needed.
Five working streams are currently operating under the FHIR WG with new ones to follow. The best time to get involved is now, join the working group today.