HL7 FHIR and SNOMED CT Implementation Workshop

This event is run by HL7™ New Zealand and may be of interest to developers of healthcare applications.

About this event

The HL7™ FHIR® and SNOMED CT® Implementation Workshop is a two-stream event aimed at the designers, developers and users of digital healthcare applications.

The first stream will be a practical HL7™ FHIR® Connectathon, part of a joint process between HL7™NZ Members and HISO aimed at producing FHIR® profiles and implementation guides for New Zealand. The other stream will consider various strategies and approaches for implementing both FHIR® and SNOMED CT, from both technical and clinical perspectives.

Event run by:

HL7 New Zealand - HL7NZ

Information about third party events has been provided by the organiser or sourced from the event website. Inclusion in the events calendar should not be construed as endorsement of the event by the Agency. Information is provided as a service to the digital health developer community, and all event arrangements may be subject to change and should be confirmed with the event organiser.

Wednesday, 19 June 2019 (All day)
New Zealand - Venue TBC

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