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HL7NZ Mid-Year Seminar 2020 – CANCELLED

HL7 New Zealand regrets to advise you that, due to the new restrictions relating to containment of the COVID-19 Virus, we have taken the decision to cancel this event, due to be held on April 28th in Auckland. All Registration Fees paid to date will be refunded in full. We are hoping to host a ‘virtual’ event in place of the cancelled seminar, and will post updates regarding this to the Sector in the coming weeks. 

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding in these difficult times.

HL7 New Zealand Executive Board

SNOMED CT® Events

International: SNOMED International Business Meetings and Expo: 27 Oct – 1 Nov 2019 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

New Zealand Events

SNOMED CT®  Developer Training Day: 6 Nov 2019 – Christchurch. Contact standards@health.govt.nz for free registration NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED

 SNOMED CT® Developer Training Day: 7 Nov 2019 – Auckland. Contact standards@health.govt.nz for free registration NOW FULLY SUBSCRIBED

NZHIT Event: FHIR for Implementers in New Zealand

NZHIT hosted the one-day workshop in Christchurch, “FHIR for Implementers in New Zealand” on 29 August 2019.

FHIR for implementers in New Zealand from David Hay

The event information below is from the event website: 

https://www.nzhit.nz/event/fhir-for-implementers-in-new-zealand-you-need-to-attend-this-one-day-workshop

You need to attend this one-day workshop if you’re planning, undertaking or want to know more about FHIR implementation.HL7 FHIR is the healthcare interoperability standard that has achieved global recognition.It is also endorsed locally by the New Zealand Health Information Standards Organisation (HISO), along with SNOMED, as the national terminology standard. 
The Ministry of Health is fully behind this initiative, prescribing FHIR as the primary interface to the nHIP programme, and with projects underway to add FHIR interfaces to the NHI and the HPI. 
This free workshop is sponsored by the Ministry of Health to help increase implementer knowledge about FHIR. There is no charge for you to attend BUT you must register quick as numbers are limited to 30 attendees.
Details 
This full day workshop is being held in Christchurch on Thursday 29th August 2019 and will be delivered by Dr David Hay.  David has been involved with FHIR from the very beginning and is currently a co-chair of the FHIR Management Group and HL7NZ Chair emeritus. 
It is intended for anyone who is planning, undertaking or wants to up their game when it comes to FHIR implementation.  It is particularly for – developers, clinicians, consumer representatives, project managers or any other member of the implementation team.   
You do not need previous experience with FHIR. 
This will be an interactive workshop.  You’ll be able to get hands-on in a supportive environment so will need to bring your laptop (you just need a modern browser, such as chrome, installed). 
The workshop’s programme will be published closer to the time, but the following is an overview of what you’ll be involved with on the day –

The morning session will include an overview of FHIR, explore more advanced topics like profiling and terminology then review the tooling available to help understand how FHIR is used to represent real scenarios, and exchange information.‍

This will lead you into the afternoon session where you’ll dig deeper into the technical aspects of building FHIR clients and servers with a deep dive into the RESTful interface,  including security aspects such as SMART.

You’ll be able to play in a sample ecosystem that includes prototypes of the NHI & HPI interfaces as well as conformance, data, terminology and authentication servers.

You’ll also have time for exercises to show just how easy it is to build with FHIR (you’ll need an IDE of some sort, or a REST client, for these).  

The workshop will wrap up at the end of the day with a discussion on the next steps – how can we realise the patient-centered ecosystem in New Zealand. ‍
This event is limited to 30 people, so be in quick to guarantee your place.
Venue to be confirmed in Christchurch shortly.
Thanks to –
Ministry of Health for sponsoring this event
NZHIT as the organisers
HL7NZ for their on-going support and promotion of interoperability standards