September 28, 2014 Leave a comment
I was going to write a post on the Clinical Connectathon that we held in Chicago at the Working Group Meeting the week before last (in fact, had just written the draft) but I see that Graham has just published a post covering the event, and a number of other FHIR related comments from the WGM, so I’ll just refer you there!
For myself, I think that the comment about the evolving FHIR community – moving from simply developing a standard to using that standard to solve ‘business’ problems is probably the most exciting for me – which is what the Clinical Connectathon was all about.
I also want to point out that there are (at least) 4 more FHIR related events in the next couple of months:
- A webinar on September 30
- The Melbourne FHIR Forum/Connectathon in Australia on Thursday & Friday 6-7 November
- In New Zealand we’re giving a seminar as part of the HINZ conference on Monday 10th November that will include FHIR (as well as some other related standards – we’re even been able to entice Josh Mandel to come over from Australia and talk!)
- The Amsterdam Developer days from November 24 – 26
Plenty of opportunities to experience the hype for yourself!