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Closing Soon: Public Review of e-prescribing Drug Terminology Editorial Guidelines

The comment period on the editorial guidelines closes on January 20.

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eHealth 2017 Conference Program is now Live

To Celebrate, Grow and Inspire Bold Action in Canada’s Digital Health Community.

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January Standards Releases: SNOMED CT International & pan-Canadian LOINC Observation Code Database

Available at the end of January, accompanying release webinars have been scheduled for both SNOMED CT and LOINC reference terminologies.

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Notice of Policy Update

The Website User Privacy Policy has been updated. 


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Webinar: Public Review of e-Prescribing Drug Terminology Editorial Guidelines

Drug terminology, clinical subject matter experts, EMR and pharmacy system vendors are invited to participate in the public review of the Canadian E-prescribing Drug Terminology Editorial Guidelines.

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Digital Health Week 2016: A Conversation with Canadians

Hear what clinicians, patients, caregivers, governments, associations and industry had to say about digital health.

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Upcoming Webinars & Meetings

Learn more about the Subset Maintenance Review Process, or join the FHIR Implementation Working Group.


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Digital health success stories - Highlights of Partnership, Day Two

Powerful patient experiences, digital health success stories and compelling discussions were the highlight of day two at Partnership.

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Patient, medication, empowerment - Emerging themes at Partnership, Day One

For those of you unable to attend Infoway's #partnerconf, this word cloud mirrors a number of highlights from day one.

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State of Digital Health in Canada Tweet Chat

Help inform digital health in Canada and support Canadians in moving from patients to partners in managing their health.

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ImagineNation LEADing Practice Challenge Open for Submissions

Enter the LEADing Practice Challenge for an opportunity to showcase how your organization is using consumer digital health and a chance to earn part of $12,000 in awards available!

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Canadians say e-mental health services are important. In fact, 72% said it helped them deal with a moment of crisis…

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