Canadian Connectathon

For those who don’t mind snow (though I’m told that by April 29 – the connectathon date – the snow has mostly gone).

Here’s the link to the registration site.

There doesn’t appear to be a website (yet) though there are details in a PDF that you can get from the organizers I’m sure. The tracks are listed as:

  1. Patient resource client
  2. SMART server or client
  3. Questionnaire
  4. Experimental


BTW – Lloyd did offer to arrange for snow if I came, but alas…

About David Hay
I'm an independent contractor working with a number of Organizations in the health IT space. I'm an HL7 Fellow, Chair Emeritus of HL7 New Zealand and a co-chair of the FHIR Management Group. I have a keen interest in health IT, especially health interoperability with HL7 and the FHIR standard. I'm the author of a FHIR training and design tool - clinFHIR - which is sponsored by InterSystems Ltd.

One Response to Canadian Connectathon

  1. Igor Sirkovich says:

    Hi David, here is the link to the pdf: published on Grahame’s blog.
    Don’t believe Lloyd’s snow promise 🙂 – it’s in southern Ontario (just half an hour east from Niagara Falls and an hour west of Toronto), so the snow has already gone by now and it’s supposed to be almost as warm as in Boston or NY by the end of April. The spring is beautiful here with lots of flowers (including tulips), lakes, rivers, waterfalls, botanical gardens and of course, FHIR. So you have many reasons other than snow to make a long trip from NZ.

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