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Conference: These sessions are chosen by the organizers to highlight OpenHIE goals and achievements. Tracks include Data Exchange, Implementation Experiences, and Leadership & Governance.
Unconference: Community-defined topics that are chosen at the conference venue. This is crowd-sourcing to meet the evolving needs of attendees.
Academy: These sessions have defined learning objectives and end with a short quiz over the concepts. Those attending several academy sessions will earn a Certificate of Accomplishment.
Product Demos: Solutions that align with the OpenHIE Architecture will be on display for attendees to explore.
Coding Club: Participants can reserve a space to code with like-minded colleagues.
As a product of last year’s meeting, OpenHIE is holding its first ever OpenHIE Academy. OpenHIE Academy courses include “up and running” and “advanced” courses. “Up and Running” courses have no prerequisites and are for all audiences. These courses will take place on Monday, 4 November. They provide participants with the essential history, concepts, and competencies to understand the role of OpenHIE as a health information exchange and how to utilize the architecture to enhance data for decision making at all levels of the health system. “Advanced” courses will be offered during general meeting days and on the last day of the conference, also known as Hackonnect-a-thon. Find more details about OpenHIE Academy here.
You can also provide input on planned Academy courses and suggest courses you would like to lead, either without or in addition to registering, by taking the Academy Survey.
Note: There will be no extra charge for OpenHIE Academy participation but space is limited so please make sure to indicate at registration if you plan to attend.
On Friday, 8 November, OpenHIE will host a merger of two exciting types of meetings, what OpenHIE calls a Hackonnect-a-thon. This is a technical space for software teams and architects to engage and get their “hands-in” or “on” OpenHIE itself and see it materialised. Combining the principles of a connectathon and a hackathon we are excited to provide a space for teams to connect their existing tools to OpenHIE workflows and use-cases as well as give the community an opportunity to propose low hanging fruit use cases for the groups to work on. Recognising that many attendees may be new to OpenHIE there is no better way than actively engaging in designing, developing, configuring, implementing and connecting to an OpenHIE architecture to learn the fundamentals and build the relationships that you will need going forward. Find more details about OpenHIE Hackonnect-a-thon here.
Note: There will be no extra charge for OpenHIE Hackonnect-a-thon participation but space is limited so please make sure to indicate at registration if you plan to attend.
OpenHIE is collecting session suggestions ahead of the OpenHIE Community Meeting to better understand what community members are hoping to hear about and share with each other at this years event. Use the link below to submit topics or vote on topics, you must have or create an OpenHIE login.
Be part of our pre-planned demo sessions to showcase your product or service. We will provide a couple time slots for technical providers to showcase their work and network with community members. You will be responsible for bringing any promotional materials needed (ie. computers, monitors, flyers, etc.). For more information or to secure your spot contact email@example.com.
Now until 31 August 2019
1 September - 18 October 2019
19 October - 5 November 2019Event Closed
OpenHIE event rates are predetermined by the OpenHIE event planning team, fees included. You can plan to receive an invitation letter to the event (if requested at registration), access to all five days of the event (including OpenHIE Academy and Hackonnect-a-thon if requested at registration), transportation to/from the airport (if needed), access to experiences during the event (ie. site visits (if applicable), dinner(s), networking events), a welcome packet, name badge, swag.
If you need assistance getting to #OHIE19 please complete the OpenHIE Event Scholarship form by August 30, 2019. No late applications will be accepted. Recipients of scholarships will be notified by September 16, 2019.