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Enhancements to Terminology Gateway including access to a new Tutorial video

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The July 2017 releases of SNOMED CT International and pCLOCD will be available at the end of the month. 

Open for Public Comment: IHE White Paper: Patient Registration Demographic Data Capture and Exchange

Canadian implementers are invited to provide their feedback, suggestions and guidance.


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Canadian Clinical Drug Data Set - Public Review

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HL7® International’s FHIR® Fundamentals, 4-week Online Course (July 6 - August 3)

Register today - course starts July 6! 

Updated Canadian Edition of SNOMED CT Available in TermWorks

Map to the latest version of the Canadian Edition as of June 19, 2017. 

Infoway’s Certifications Services 2017 Edition

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The e-Health 2017 Conference is a Wrap!

The e-Health Conference virtual library is now available. 


Canadian Health Information Management Lifecycle –a new resource by CHIMA

A new resource from CHIMA for those with a responsibility for managing Health Information.  

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