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eHealth Conference - book your accommodations now

Accommodations deadline fast approaching - book before April 28, 2017. 

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New Report Highlights ImagineNation Data Impact Challenge Submissions

The report estimates the degree of potentially unnecessary, and sometimes harmful, tests and procedures across Canada. 

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April 2017 Release of SNOMED CT: Canadian Extension

This release includes new content to support various digital health implementations across the country.  

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Updated Subsets Available in Terminology Gateway

Communicable disease, Immunization and Primary Health Content Standard Subsets now included. 

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Save $100.00 per OID Registration through Canada Health Infoway

Canadian implementers save on OID registration through Infoway as HL7’s Canadian affiliate. 

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One day only: April 26, FHIR North Connectathon

Space is limited, register today.

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Receive Instant Alerts of Terminology Content Releases and Updates

Learn more about this new feature on the Terminology Gateway. 

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Hear from Infoway Experts at e-Health 2017

Topics include PrescribeIT; the benefits of cloud computing in health care; privacy impact assessments; health analytics maturity models and more. 

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Showcase your organization at the 2017 Infoway Partnership Conference

Sponsorship opportunities now available. 

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Release of Best Practice Guideline for Adopting eHealth Solutions

Ensuring Canadian Health Care is up to speed with eHealth technologies requires strong leadership at all levels of the health care system.

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Register today: HL7 May 2017 International Conference & Working Group Meeting

Hurry – the hotel room rate and early bird registration discount deadline is only three weeks away! 

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