Smile CDR is the proud sponsor of the Inaugural HL7® FHIR® Talk.
Healthcare informatics practitioners from government, hospitals, and local vendors will be joining us for stimulating and engaging discussions on FHIR.
Speakers from Intelliware, TELUS Health, Gevity, SMART on FHIR, Red Hat, and Smile CDR will cover a variety of topics, including: the challenges in EHR integration and health data interoperability; how and under what circumstances would FHIR be a viable investment to overcome such challenges; FHIR today and tomorrow; SMART support for the vendor community; and FHIR and AI.
Let us know if you’d like to be part of this!
Smile CDR has been chosen as the FHIR-based health data repository for MedStack’s HIPAA- and PHIPA-compliant healthcare application hosting environment.
Digital health application developers in Canada and US hosted on the MedStack platform can now seamlessly add Smile CDR to their technology stack. This means – among MedStack’s other offerings – they can immediately benefit from Smile CDR’s complete FHIR compatibility, security, terminology translation, and auditing capabilities.
“Customers can continue to enjoy Smile CDR as a standalone product either hosted by us or implemented on-premises,” said James Agnew, CTO of Simpatico Intelligent Systems. “Smile CDR on MedStack means our partners can offer additional value by helping their customers easily adopt FHIR and overcome the challenges of health data interoperability across our industry.”
FHIR North has a great schedule packed with lots of great educational sessions, including seminars on topics such as vocabulary and SMART on FHIR. It will also be a chance to meet up and chat with all kinds of interesting people about the projects they are doing.
This will be the 3rd year we have run the FHIR North event, and so far each one has been bigger than the last.
Naturally, Smile CDR will be represented. We’d love to chat with you!
If you are attending FHIR North, we would highly recommend staying in Hamilton for one more day to attend the fantastic Apps for Health conference on April 27. I’ll be presenting as part of a panel with two fascinating people: Ken Stevens of Intelliware, and Balaji Gopalan of MedStack. I can’t wait to hear what they have to say.