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HL7 UK Interoperability Forum


HL7 UK Technical Committee Working Meeting
        

Date Held:

Thursday 26th March, 2015

Location:

NCVO, Regent's Wharf, 8 All Saints Street, London N1 9RL

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Agenda

 

09:30

Arrive & Refreshments

 

10:00

Session One

Announcements

FHIRing on all cylinders: enabling GP system interoperability - Dr Dunmail Hodkinson, Chief Technology Officer at Black Pear Software Ltd

FHIR and CEN 13606 - Charlie McCay, Ramsey Systems Ltd

 

11:15

Break

 

11:30

Session Two

FHIR in the NHS: “New Born Babies” for Central London Community Hospital (CLCH). A “messaging” implementation of FHIR. Plus the GPSoc IM2 FHIR Demonstrator - NHS Health & Social Care Information Centre

InterSystems HealthShare for FHIR - Louise Parberry, InterSystems

In the Line of FHIR … a Supplier Perspective - David Hancock, Orion Health

 

13:00

Lunch

 

14:00

Session Three

Keynote - FHIR in 2015 - DSTU 2 - Ewout Kramer, Furore, Netherlands.

Ewout is the leading European FHIR expert and one of the three prime movers for this standard. He will share his thoughts on the current state of FHIR, and the upcoming 2015 revision: DSTU 2.

 

15:15

Close

 

 
 

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Attendees:

  • Carl Cresswell, Clinithink

  • Steve Carey, Health Information Systems (UK) Ltd

  • Rob Cullingford, Mayden

  • Rick Hewes, Mayden

  • George Hope, HSCIC.

  • Gary Inglis, JAC Computer Services Ltd.

  • Sharon Jones, IS&S Healthcare

  • Kimon Katronis, BMJ

  • Richard Kavanagh, HSCIC

  • Ewout Kramer, Furore, Netherlands.

  • Charlie McCay, Ramsey Systems Ltd.

  • Kevin Mayfield, Mayfield Information Solutions Ltd.

  • Jose Palau, JAC Computer Services Ltd.

  • Rik Smithies, NProgram Ltd.

  • Prashant Trivedi, HSCIC

  • Martin Whittaker,  Touchstone Consultancy

  • Ian Williams, NHS Wales Informatics Service

  • Robert Worden, Open Mapping Software

 

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