The NHS and the world’s biggest tech companies are using FHIR already – don’t get left behind. The next UK FHIR Training course is 27th and 28th March, at NCVO, London. This is a great opportunity to get up to catch up with the technology that is changing the interoperabilty landscape in the UK and worldwide. For full details see here.
The next Interoperability Forum will be at NCVO, London and Patients Know Best will be showing how they are using FHIR to empower patients. We’ve got good representation from the major suppliers: InterSystems will also be talking FHIR, showing how it is being used in the London Digital Programme, and Allscripts will be explaining how they built their FHIR API. Also news and updates from other UK interoperability projects, with a special update from Wales.
You are sure to get inspiration for your own projects, network with peers from the NHS and suppliers, and get valuable insights from UK interop leaders.
The event is free for HL7 members – non-members are permitted to attend one meeting.
The fifth edition of the foremost HL7 FHIR event in the world – FHIR DevDays – takes place from the 14th to 16th of November in Amsterdam. The programme has been updated to the latest developments in FHIR. Over 60 tutorials, short keynotes and hands-on sessions provide a unique learning experience. The speakers’ list includes experts from both EHR vendors, tech companies like Google, Microsoft and Amazon, and innovative care providers. FHIR DevDays is organized by Firely, in partnership with HL7 International, HL7 Netherlands and the FHIR Foundation. More details and registration are on the FHIR DevDays website.
The next Interoperability Forum will be at NCVO, London and will feature a presentation from InterSystems, showcasing the Coordinate My Care scheme (as recently covered on Channel 4 News) and their other interoperability projects, in the UK and beyond.
There will also be updates on other UK and international interoperability topics, including FHIR. You are sure to get some inspiration for your own projects, network with peers from the NHS and suppliers, and get valuable insights from UK interop leaders.
It is also the HL7 UK Annual General Meeting, which is a short business session within the longer programme. The event is free for HL7 members – non-members are permitted to attend one meeting.
Building data transforms is a key requirement for local and regional healthcare interoperability. It is expensive and causes delays. Sharing of experience, requirements and effort between trusts and suppliers will make it happen faster. The HL7 UK Transform Registry does this. Visit the registry to register a transform you are building, or see what is there.