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LOINC celebrates 25 years of providing the lingua franca for interoperable data exchange

On February 16, 1994 the original authors of LOINC first met and started creating this worldwide standard for identifying health measurements, observations, and documents. 


New Releases of pCLOCD and SNOMED CT Available

The January 2019 releases of pCLOCD and SNOMED CT are now on the Terminology Gateway. Learn more about the changes and additions in these releases.


Save the Date: Planning Underway for the 2019 Infoway Partnership Conference

Save the date in your calendar — November 12-13 — so you can join us in Ottawa. The conference will once again take place during Digital Health Week, November 11-17.


Subset Release Maintenance Cycle Deadline Approaching

Deadline to submit your request for change regarding the proposed changes to published subsets is January 31, 2019.


January 2019 SNOMED CT and pCLOCD Releases Coming Soon

As part of the semi-annual terminology update, Infoway will be releasing the updated versions of SNOMED CT® and pCLOCD on January 31, 2019.


UVic is offering Canada’s first CHIMA accredited Health Terminology Standards Certificate Program

The program combines face-to-face and online learning in a program built for professionals working in the health sector.


2018 Partnership Conference Highlights

We hosted a record number of 384 attendees who networked, shared experiences and heard from the line-up of national and international speakers about the opportunities and challenges of transforming health care delivery in Canada.


Sponsor and Exhibit at e-Health 2019

Don’t miss your chance to showcase your organization to members of the health informatics community next year at the national conference in Toronto, May 26-29.


Release Notes for Standards and Related Products

Did you know that Infoway publishes release notes to support our various standards and related products, such as pCLOCD, SNOMED CT, Subsets, PrescribeIT and CCDD?


pan-Canadian Respiratory Standards Initiative for Electronic Health Records (PRESTINE) Expert Working Group Report Available

PRESTINE has defined and standardized clinical content for asthma, COPD and pulmonary function data elements and definitions to bring about the best patient outcomes.


Congratulations to the 2018 Top Ten Women in Digital Health

Ten new women leaders in digital health are recognized annually for harnessing the power of IT to transform health and healthcare in Canada.

Improving access to health information and digitally-enabled health services will unlock significant value for Cana…

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