May 2007 WGM: V3 Implementation Case Studies
Note that none of these are confirmed, but all have offered to do something so I am hopeful
- Michael Tan (invited 20/3/07)
- Helen Stevens (invited 20/3/07)
- BT Joe Waller (invited 20/3/07)
- CFH (invited 20/3/07)
- Robert Worden (invited 20/3/07)
- Oracle (invited 20/3/07)
- Liora (invited 20/3/07)
- Paul Knapp (invited 20/3/07)
- Round Table
- Ann Wrightson
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Tutorial Name: V3 Implementation Case Studies
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Brief General Description Of This Tutorial:
The first three quarters will be a number of extended case studies from those with experience of implementing HL7v3. The presenters will cover both the benefits of using HL7v3 in their projects, and the challenges that they faced, and how they were overcome.
The case studies will be followed in the fourth quarter by a panel discussion where a number of implementers will answer questions that have been supplied in advance by those registered for the session, as well as taking questions on the day. The objective will be to expose how to get the most value out of using HL7v3 today with reference to real examples.
Date To Meet: Wednesday
Length of Meeting: Full Day
Time of Meeting: Full day
Primary Faculty Name: Charlie McCay
HL7 affiliation: HL7UK
Job Title: Healthcare Interoperability Consultant
Company: Ramsey Systems Ltd
Co-Faculty Names: TBC
Who Will Benefit From This Tutorial?: All who have active HL7v3 implementations, or who are thinking of having implementations in the future
Upon completion of this tutorial, students will know: What other implementers have done to make their projects work, and what they would have done earlier if they knew then what they know now
Prerequisites (if applicable): Interest in implementation
Tools Needed (if applicable):None