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What are the differences between Communities, Working Groups and Projects?

Communities provide an opportunity for people to collaborate and communicate on interoperability topics that are of interest to them and their peers on an ongoing basis. They are the place where you can share news, attend education sessions, connect with experts, host meetings and find both new and historical documentation that is relevant to your needs. Learn more and join a Community

Working groups focus on solving specific interoperability challenges. Made up of committed implementers, engaged stakeholders with broad representation, they will be led by project sponsors, SMEs and / or facilitators. Examples of working groups could be Communicable Diseases, Synoptic Reporting for Digital Imaging, and ePrescribing. Learn more or suggest a Working Group

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