INDUSTRY BRIEFING – Ministry of Health Architecture and Standards Working Groups

Dates:
October 29, 2018
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October 29, 2018
Time:
10.00am – 1.00pm
Location:
North Shore Hospital - Whenua Pupuke Building, Level 1, Takapuna
Register

NZHIT is organising an industry briefing in conjunction with the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Architecture and Standards working groups and HL7NZ.   

The working groups have produced draft outputs relating to the key domain areas of Connected Health, Digital Identity and Interoperability. This briefing will provide an opportunity to receive an update from the MOH, and for you to participate in workshops on the day that will feed into this important work.

Further details are below, and you’re encouraged to register without delay as early indications are that this event will fill up fast.

 

Date:                    

Monday, 29th October 2018

Time:                    

Arrive at 9:30am for a 10:00am start and a 1:00pm finish –morning tea will be provided on arrival (9:30-10am) and a light lunch will be provided at the completion of the briefing (1-1:45pm).

Venue:                 

North Shore Hospital - Whenua Pupuke Building, Level 1, Takapuna,  Auckland (Rata & Kawakawa Rooms)

Cost:                     

Free to attend the industry briefing including morning tea and lunch (including parking if using the main carpark - a validated voucher will be provided to attendees on the day)

Parking:              

Main Carpark - parking cost covered by NZHIT if using the main carpark (a validated voucher will be provided to attendees on the day)

 

Please note the following:

Priority registrations will be provided to NZHIT members or those who are members of both NZHIT and/or HL7NZ. 

Non-members are welcome to register and will be placed on a wait-list pending availability of space.

 

Please contact Talie at admin@nzhit.nz if you’d like to check if your organisation is a current member of NZHIT.

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