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IHTSDO SNOMED CT Browser Videos & FAQs Available

Learn how to start utilizing the new IHTSDO On-Line Browser for SNOMED CT.

Tactics to Accelerate Interoperability, an eHealth 2015 Pre-Conference Workshop, presented by Canada Health Infoway

May 31, 2015  1:30pm - 4:00pm, Toronto, Ontario

Message Builder v2.0 with CDA support for JAVA is now available

Message Builder v2.0 supports Beta implementation of Consolidated CDA specification R1.1, pan-Canadian CDA header guideline, CDA R2 data types, and pan-Canadian data types (MR 2.05).

New feature: Forum subscription when joining a group

Community and Working Group members are now automatically subscribed to receive email notification of new forum posts.

New Feature: Polls and Surveys now available

Creation of surveys and polls now available by request.

Updated Microbiology Editorial Guidelines for SNOMED CT Available

All of the approved guidelines and those that are still identified as work in progress have been updated in one draft document.

Communicable Disease Working Group is launching on InfoCentral

Join this opportunity collaborate in the development of terminology to support Public Health Practitioners with communicable disease surveillance.

The January 2015 International Release of SNOMED CT® is now available!

The January international release of SNOMED CT standard is now available to SC Members in the pan-Canadian Standards folder on from the Infocentral Wiki.

Jan 2015 release of pCLOCD available to SC Members

The new version of the pan-Canadian LOINC Observation Code Database (pCLOCD) is available to SC Members in the pan-Canadian Standards folder on InfoCentral Wiki.

New Feature: Web Conferencing facilitates face-to-face meetings for groups

Community and Working group participants can now self-organize an instant web conference.

Improvements to InfoCentral

InfoCentral is transforming from a wiki based website to an open meeting space fostering collaboration to accelerate clinical interoperability.

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