Join us on October 12th (Noon – 1pm EDT) ) for a special one-hour live webcast celebrating World Standards Day. Hear experts discuss how standards support the provincial immunization system that will enable individuals, health care providers, and public health professionals to have secure, real-time access to the same information – and how this makes cities smarter.

eHealth Ontario’s new CEO, Karen McKibbin along with Chief Architect, Peter Bascom and eHealth Standards Director, Sue Schneider will be joined by Karen Hay (Digital Health Solutions & Innovation Branch, Ministry of Health & Long-Term Care), and Katherine Atkinson (Research and Business Development, The Ottawa Hospital mHealth Research Team).

Highlights include:

  • Ontario’s Digital Health Immunization Repository and the interoperable provincial immunization ecosystem and roadmap;
  • The proposed integration of the Canadian Vaccine Catalogue with the Digital Health Immunization Repository: Includes information about the standards and implications for EMRs and other clinical systems; and
  • CANImmunize and other applications available for Ontario consumers to manage their immunization records, including information about work in progress.

Continuing education credits for participating health informatics and health information management professionals are available from Certified Professionals in Healthcare Information and Management Systems - Canada (CPHIMS-CA) by COACH (Canada’s Health Informatics Association) and from the Canadian Health Information Management Association (CHIMA).

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October 14th, 2017 is World Standards Day, celebrating the efforts of the organizations that develop voluntary standards. The International Organization for Standardization, along with the International Electrotechnical Commission and the International Telecommunication Union, hosts this day in almost 200 member countries around the world.


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