|IHE News: June Educational Workshop Final Reminder [message #30129]
||Thu, 07 June 2007 21:43
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From email@example.com (below). Hope those interested in Connectathon |
2008 are planning to attend. One of our users (Jyran Glucky) who
sucessfully completed Connectathon 2007 will be in attendance and is
happy to speak of his experience with OHF.
IHE Educational Workshop for Vendors and Implementers
The annual Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) educational
workshop, Changing the Way Healthcare Connects, takes place next week,
June 11-13, at the Doubletree Hotel in Oak Brook, IL.
The cost for registration is $125 for the June 11 opening session and
$250 for the June 12-13 technical sessions. On site registration will be
The workshop will focus on IHE's role in improving interoperability in
healthcare and realizing the vision of a connected health system. It
will include sessions for vendors, public health experts, consultants
and healthcare providers on participating in and leveraging the IHE
The opening day, June 11, will provide an overview of IHE and will
feature a roundtable of regional health information organizations that
are using IHE to share health information effectively. Providers and
administrators wishing to learn how to use IHE in their facilities, as
well as vendor marketing and product development professionals can
attend this special one-day track.
June 12-13 will offer technical workshops on the integration
capabilities defined by IHE. Vendors planning to participate in the IHE
Connectathon in January 2008 and demonstrations at the RSNA 2007, HIMSS
2008 and ACC 2008 annual meetings are strongly urged to attend the workshop.
Further information, including a link for hotel registration is
available at http://www.ihe.net/Participation/iheworkshop2007.cfm.
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