[openEHR-announce] 2 key events downunder on EHRs, CIMI, FHIR, CDA, openEHR and the future of e-health standards

Thomas Beale thomas.beale at oceaninformatics.com
Thu Jun 7 03:57:27 EDT 2012


    HINZ, 21 June 2012

Two days of strategic events on healthcare interoperability in June in 
New Zealand (programme 
<https://sites.google.com/a/hl7.org.nz/hl7-new-zealand/news/21-22june2012healthcareinteroperabilitypioneeredhammondopenehr#>): 


Thurs 21 June - *Bringing the Electronic Health Record (EHR) to Life - 
Emeritus Professor Ed Hammond. *Ed will present *EHR - The Killer App*. 
His key message is that the time has now come to develop a full-blown 
EHR as technical, societal and other barriers have substantially been 
dealt with (d 
<http://www.hinz.org.nz/events/Seminar/2012/6/Leveraging+the+EHR+for+translational+health+care%3A+Exploring+what%27s+under+the+bonnet/47>ay 
programme 
<http://www.hinz.org.nz/events/Seminar/2012/6/Leveraging+the+EHR+for+translational+health+care%3A+Exploring+what%27s+under+the+bonnet/47>). 
Hosted by HINZ (Health Informatics NZ) and partners HL7 New Zealand and 
The University of Auckland.

Fri 22 June - *Tutorial on openEHR - Drs. Hugh and Heather Leslie* 
(Ocean Informatics).  The tutorial will cover the full continuum of the 
methodologies described in the New Zealand Reference Architecture for 
Interoperability from clinical requirements through modelling to 
machine-generation of compliant CDAs. Hosted by HL7 NZ.


    HL7 Australia Seminar on Future HL7 Standards - 2 July, Sydney

This HL7 Australia "Future of eHealth Standards" Seminar will outline 
the recent developments in the use of openEHR Archetypes in HL7, the 
FHIR work (an Aussie development that is taking the global HL7 community 
by storm) as well as the Clinical Information Modeling Initiative 
(CIMI). Programme <http://www.hl7.org.au/2012-HL7-Future-Seminar.htm>.

Keynote - *FHIR?  CIMI?  openEHR?  What's the Future of the HL7 
Standards?* - Prof Ed Hammond, Duke University, USA

2 July 2012, 9am to 5:30pm - Standards Australia, 20 Bridge St., Sydney, 
Australia

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