Health terminology and data exchange standards are integral to the successful adoption of interoperable Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. These public seminars are part of the Graduate Certificate in Health Terminology Standards program at University of Victoria. The sessions are delivered online in real-time (5 pm - 6:30 pm PT/ 8 pm - 9:30 pm ET) by experts in health information standards and are open to all.
|Monday May 25||OpenEHR Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM) Archetypes, OpenEHR, SNOMED CT and FHIR Collaboration|
|Wednesday May 27||Clinical Information Modeling: Methods, Examples and Status|
|Thursday June 4||SNOMED CT: Global Trends and Directions|
|Thursday June 11||Data and Information Standards at Canadian Institute for Health Information|
|Thursday June 18||Professional Ethics, Canadian College of Health Information Management (CCHIM) Certified Terminology Standards Certification (CTSS) and Careers Opportunities|
|Thursday July 2||Canadian FHIR Core Profiles|
|Thursday July 16||Standards for Clinical Quality Measurement and Reporting|
|Thursday July 23||An Introduction to Data Analytics with SNOMED CT
Clinical Data Analytics Using SNOMED CT and OWL
|Thursday July 30||Canada Health Infoway Vision, Strategy and Operation|
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The University of Victoria’s Graduate Certificate Program in Health Terminology Standards teaches the standardized language that is needed to share patient records in a steadily growing world of web-based health communications. The program is offered by the School of Health Information Science in partnership with eHealth Ontario, Gevity Consulting, and RKL Health Informatics.