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HL7 September 2022 Ballots

Your input is valuable and your comments ensure that Canada has a voice in how the HL7 standards evolve. Submit your comments before the Canadian ballot deadline of September 6, 2022.

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Standards Releases: SNOMED CT CA Edition & pCLOCD Coming Soon

Infoway will be releasing the September 2022 SNOMED CT CA Edition and the updated version of pCLOCD on September 30, 2022.

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UVic’s New Professional Development Certificate in Health Terminology Standards

UVic’s Division of Continuing Studies has a new professional certificate in HTS stream aimed specifically at individuals with a Health Information Management diploma plus 2 or more years of related work experience.

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July 2022 International release of SNOMED CT Coming Soon

As part of the semi-annual terminology update, Infoway will be releasing the latest version of the International edition of SNOMED CT on August 2, 2022.

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Service Restoration: InfoRMS, Terminology Gateway and InfoScribe

All services are now available.

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First Year of the Social Determinants of Health Working Group

An update on the first year of the SDOH working group and some upcoming guest presentations on SDOH standards. 

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Health Terminology Standards Seminar Series June 2022

This public seminar series is part of the School of Health Information Science Graduate Certificate in Health Terminology Standards program.

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Did you know: Infoway offers free OID registration

Infoway can register OIDs on behalf of Canadian implementers who are members of the HL7 Canada affililiate at no cost, saving $500 USD per request.

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May 2022 Virtual HL7 FHIR Connectathon and Working Group Meeting

This is your opportunity to network, learn and influence interoperability at the May Virtual HL7 FHIR Connectathon and Working Group Virtual Meeting. 

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Learn about UVic’s Graduate Certificate Program in Health Terminology Standards

Want to improve the sharing of patient information across systems? The University of Victoria’s Health Terminology Standards Graduate Certificate program, accredited by The Canadian College of Health Information Management (CCHIM), is now accepting applications for fall 2022.

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March 2022 Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT is now available

The March 2022 Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT is now available

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