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Request for Feedback on SNOMED CT Canadian Immunization Redesign Project

Let us know what you think of the enhancements to the existing SNOMED CT CA Immunization content and model.


Learn the Fundamentals of HL7 FHIR

A four-week online course that provides an in-depth overview of HL7's hottest standard - Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®).


September 2020 HL7 Conference & Connectathon Updates

Get the details on the four opening presentations and 43 work group tracks, plus learn about the hands-on FHIR development and testing at the HL7 FHIR Connectathon.


The New SNOMED CT CA Edition is now available

Access the September 30, 2020 release on the Terminology Gateway.


Research by Sex and Gender Working Group published in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

Findings from a rapid review on how gender, sex, and sexual orientation documentation in EHRs should be modernized to improve the health of sexual and gender minorities.


Health Information Professionals (HIP) Week Live, presented by CHIMA

Learn from and recognize the professionals who ensure Canadians’ health information is accurate, accessible, and relevant during a week of events October 5–9, 2020.


Standards Releases Coming September 30, 2020

The new release of the Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT® and updates to Primary Health Care, Communicable Disease, Immunization and Other subsets will be available on Terminology Gateway.


Attend the LOINC Virtual Conference, October 13 - 16

Each day, the conference will feature informative presentations by members of the LOINC team and/or the LOINC user community.


CIHI’s Fall Courses Open for Registration

Looking for courses on current databases, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) methodologies, CIHI reports and other topics?


Registration Open: SNOMED CT Expo Virtual Conference, October 8-9, 2020

Register now for this free event that unites clinical terminology subject matter experts, including government officials, health information professionals, clinicians, researchers, academics and vendors from around the world.


SNOMED CT Immunization Redesign Project

Expected outcomes include a new Canadian vaccine model, editorial guidelines and remodeling of existing Canadian immunization concepts that will improve support for complex Canadian use cases.

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