Intro Seminars, Implementer Workshops & Training Courses
Build your knowledge, enhance your skills and gain competencies in eHealth, Health Informatics and HL7 in our half-day Seminars, one-day Hands-On Workshops, two-day Intensive Implementation Courses and Professional Certification!
Choose from our comprehensive program of eHealth Education Seminars, Courses and HL7 Workshops: Introductory half-day eHealth Seminars, HL7 V2.x & CDA Hands-On Implementation Workshops and Intensive three-day HL7 Implementation Courses with HL7 International Analyst Certification.
Participants in our education program last September in Canberra said "We wish we had done this training a long time ago - it would have made our jobs a lot easier!"
ACT Health manager Ian Bull commented "eHealth & HL7 Education Partners trained about 45 of my staff. I am impressed by their focused and outcomes-oriented Courses & Workshops. Their training is very cost-effective!"
Alan Yung, CEO of HTR Pty Ltd in Sydney, wrote us "Thank You for the opportunity to attend the classes recently. They were tremendously useful and practical."
Joe Korb from Qld Health said "Many thanks for the HL7 Boot-Camp training. Allan and I both agree it was crucial for the exam that followed!" The pass-rate of our candidates at the recent HL7 V2.x Analyst Certification Exam in Brisbane was >80%!
We have trained over 500 people in the last two years and are confident that you will immediately benefit from the knowledge, skills and competencies gained in our focused and cost-effective education sessions. Please review the content of our popular Workshops and Courses below to see which will give you the 'professional edge' you need. Note that we also routinely hold .
Our Workshops and Courses are held in conveniently located CBD training facilities. We teach in small groups that allow our trainers to focus on your background and interests. Your current work projects may be incorporated into our hands-on exercises - you will be able to apply what you have learnt the very next day at work! All meals, handouts and training materials are included.
On successful completion of a Course or Workshop, each participant is provided with a Certificate of Achievement and access to Further Reading, tools and links on our Resources, Tools & URLs web pages. Participants will also be eligible to join one of our dedicated and exclusive 'Course Alumni' discussion e-mail lists and put questions to the presenter and/or our other trainers and experts!
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2015-16 Seminars, Courses and Workshop Schedule
● Sydney: 2016
● Hobart: 2016
● Melbourne: late 2016
● Brisbane: late 2016
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● Singapore: (in planning)
● Darwin: (in planning)
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NEW: Free eHealth Fundamentals Information Sessions
What is 'e-Health'? What are the differences between eHealth, Health Informatics and Health Information Management? Have you asked yourself: "I have done banking/ finance systems integration for many years, but working in health sounds very interesting. What do I need to learn?" "I am a medical scientist with an background in s/w engineering. I am working on an EHR, but the external systems keep sending me wrong HL7 messages. What can I do?" What are the challenges and opportunities of these exciting and ever-expanding professions? HL7, once the domain of gurus, has gone 'Open Source', the HL7 FHIR community is growing like wild-fire and attracting professionals from all areas. Which jobs and careers are growing in eHealth?
Ask, discuss and get answers on these and similar questions:
NEW: HL7 FHIR
HL7 FHIR is taking the healthcare interoperability world by storm and has 'blazed' to a published draft standard with implementations all over the globe in less than three years. Why is a group of the large US EHR vendors fast-tracking FHIR? Why was the most recent FHIR Implementation Day (aka 'Connectathon') in Brisbane sold out? What's going to happen with V2 and CDA?
Get answers to these questions, evaluate FHIR for your organisation and try out how simple implementing FHIR is:
HL7 V2.x Implementation and Certification
The correct and compliant implementation of HL7 Version 2 interfaces is vital to the successful interconnection of healthcare computer systems. Original or Enhanced ACKs - which is better? Are you aware that a patient living in 'Rodgers & Hammerstein Boulevard' can crash your interface? Do you know why? Do your HL7 message queues go down due to 'zombie messages'? Are your users complaining about missing or wrong data? You know you are being sent data in the wrong message fields - but how do you prove it?
Learn how to confidently specify and implement HL7 V2.x Messages - and get the official certification to prove it!
HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)
HL7's standard for the structure and semantics of electronically exchanged 'clinical documents' - CDA - has gained much interest in the last five years. Do you know why? Need to know about CDA's role in the PCEHR? What are the alternatives to CDA?
Get quickly up-to-speed with CDA in our highly-focussed Introductory Course:
HL7 Diagnostic/ATD/Medications/Scheduling/Master Data Messaging
Patient Administration, Pathology, Medication Management, Scheduling and Master Files are most common uses of HL7 V2 Messaging. Do you know which of the 63 HL7 V2 ADT messages is the right one to use when moving a patient from recovery to a ward? If you are deploying a LIS from the US, which important mappings must you configure?
Our Hands-On Implementation Workshops focus on the important issues and enable you to build compliant and reliable interfaces:
Electronic Health Records, Big Data, the Semantic Web and Enterprise eHealth
Electronic Health Records ("EHRs") are being deployed with increasing coverage and interconnectivity - and are the enablers for deep data analysis supported by the healthcare semantic web and require new enterprise-wide eHealth information technologies. So which are the world-wide most successful EHRs and why have the been widely adopted? Do you know the reasons for the slow uptake of the Australian PCEHR? How are 'Big Data' analytics being used to improve patient safety and reduce healthcare delivery costs? How can Semantic Web technologies improve eHealth information management? Do you know the eHealth Information and Communications Technologies ('Health ICT') that healthcare organisations and corporates are deploying?
The following Seminars and Workshops enable you answer these questions with confidence:
eHealth Systems and Healthcare Supply Chain Management
To the survive that rapid growth in the eHealth market place makes it essential to learn and develop skills for successful planning, implementation and management of e-Health resources. At the same time, inefficient data management in your purchasing may impact patient safety and increase costs. Do you know the critical differences between managing traditional services / procurements and the new approaches required in eHealth? Does purchasing always appear to be 'ad-hoc', disorganised and battling with daily crises? Are you frustrated with redundant purchasing tasks and inefficient work practices? Do your clients always appear to unhappy with cost and quality of your supplies?
Learn how to automate and streamline your eHealth systems and services so they deliver the right products, at the right price, to the right person, in the right location at the right time:
Architecture Frameworks in Healthcare
The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is an exciting new "must know" methodology that applies best practices to effectively analyse, design and implement Health Information Technology solutions. Fighting against 'scope-creep'? Are your users continually 'moving the goal posts'? Do your clients always seem unhappy with your deliverables?
Learn how to ensure that your products and systems do exactly what the users and stakeholders expect:
Implementing Social Media in Healthcare Organisations
Healthcare organisations today must use Social Media - not only to communicate their products and services but because patients demand that they respond. Do you understand the relevance of traditional vs social media communications in healthcare? What are the role, characteristics and function of the main social media channels? Do you know how to integrate social media into your organisation's 'traditional' media? Are you aware of the PR and medico-legal risks of using social media in healthcare?
This Workshop not only answers these questions, but you will create a Social Media Implementation Plan for your organisation!
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We are a team of experienced eHealth and HL7 practitioners teaching a comprehensive program of eHealth Education Courses and HL7 Workshops - from Introductory half-day eHealth Standards Overviews, HL7 V2.x & CDA Hands-On Workshops to Intensive 3-day HL7 Implementation Courses with HL7 International Analyst Certification. Please click here to see our team's professional credentials.
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eHealth & HL7 NewsHL7 Announces Second FHIR Applications Roundtable and Call for Presentations
Wednesday, 11th January 2017
ANN ARBOR, MI, USA – January 12, 2017 – Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced the second Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) applications roundtable, including a call for presentations. The HL7 FHIR® Applications Roundtable showcases FHIR-based solutions that are improving interoperability and enabling the seamless exchange of biomedical information. The event will be held at Duke University School of Medicine in Durham, North Carolina on March 7 and 8, 2017.
HL7 and IHTSDO Renew Collaboration Agreement
Tuesday, 29th November 2016
Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO®) today announced a new two-year collaboration agreement to support the further adoption of working practices that facilitate the use of IHTSDO's clinical terminology standards with HL7's healthcare information technology standards. This new agreement expands the organizations' collaborative work that began in 2009 and aims to improve healthcare on a global scale by advancing interoperability efforts to facilitate successful implementation.
Health Level Seven Announces New Board Members, Fellows and Volunteer of the Year Awards
Tuesday, 20th September 2016
Health Level Seven® (HL7®) International, the global authority on interoperability of health information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced election results for its Board of Directors at the 30th Annual Plenary and Working Group Meeting in Baltimore, MD. The 2016 HL7 Fellows and the 2016 recipients of the W. Edward Hammond, PhD, Volunteer of the Year Awards were also recognized at the event.
HL7 and OASIS Announce Joint Publication of Implementation Guide to Advance Emergency and Disaster Response
Monday, 19th September 2016
Ann Arbor, MI, USA and Burlington, MA, USA – September 20, 2016 – Health Level Seven® International (HL7®) and OASIS, as a result of their cooperation agreement, today announced that they have published a joint implementation guide to bridge the electronic gap between emergency response and hospital communities, improving emergency patient coordination and ER readiness. The guide, HL7 Version 2.7.1 Implementation Guide: Message Transformations with OASIS Tracking of Emergency Patients (TEP), Release 1 is expected to improve accuracy and timeliness of data exchange between the emergency response community and hospitals, and between care facilities in everyday and disaster situations. It will also eliminate the need to re-enter or duplicate patient information for incoming emergency patients.
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