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Early-bird Deadline Quickly Approaching

Take advantage of Partnership Conference early-bird rates while you can. 

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Coming Soon – Release of SNOMED CT Canadian Edition

Join the release webinar to learn more. 


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Canadian Medical Association (CMA) 2017 Workforce Survey Results

Review the results of the CMA 2017 Workforce Survey 

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Canadian Clinical Drug Data Set: Initial release

Health Canada and Infoway are pleased to announce the initial release of the new national drug terminology called the Canadian Clinical Drug Data Set.

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Updated version of SNOMED CT Available in TermWorks

Map to the latest version of SNOMED CT (July 31, 2017).

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The Infoway Partnership Conference is not to be missed

Here are a few reasons to attend this year’s conference.

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HL7 Canada Council Election - 2017

Infoway is currently hosting the election for the four, HL7 Canada Council Member-at-Large positions.

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July 2017 Releases of pCLOCD and SNOMED CT now available

The July 2017 releases of pCLOCD and SNOMED CT are now on the Terminology Gateway. Learn more about the changes and additions in these releases. 

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New Partnership Conference Speaker– Guy Paré

Guy Pare from HEC Montreal will speak at the upcoming Infoway Partnership Conference. 

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Join Canada’s Connected Clinical Collaborative – the Clinician Engagement Network

Help grow the clincial voice. Join the Clinician Engagement Network today! 

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Advance change management practice in healthcare across Canada - join the Change Management Network

The Change Management Network brings together change leaders and practitioners from national health care organizations, nationally to collaborate, exchange knowledge and experiences.

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