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HL7 International Off Cycle Ballot (FHIR R5 and Gender Harmony)

The HL7 International Sept 2022 Out-of Cycle Ballot is now open. Please submit your comments by October 7, 2022.

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The Enterprise Imaging Community wants to hear from you

The Enterprise Imaging Community is making a call for volunteers to participate as part of the Community’s Webinar Planning Series Committee.

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2022 Infoway Partnership Conference — Become a Sponsor

We thank all the generous sponsors of the 2022 Infoway Partnership Conference taking place in Montreal, November 15 &16.

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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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