September 19, 2016

Learn the latest about FHIR at Dev Days 2016

Are you a developer, architect or product manager who is interested in FHIR? Do you want to test and develop your implementation side by side with others? Then check out FHIR DevDays!

August 08, 2016

New Standards Website!

Our new Centre website focusing on our standards work is finally ready to go! Check it out here!

February 16, 2016

The internet of (medical) things

On the latest episode of CBC’s Spark with Nora Young, Dr. Joe Cafazzo dissects the burgeoning field of connected health and “the internet of (medical) things.”

February 03, 2016

Quebec’s new e-health records may spur change

What are the implications of Quebec’s adoption of a single electronic health records system for the rest of Canada? In the Canadian Medical Association Journal’s latest news article, our Dr. Cafazzo discusses the significance of Quebec’s decision.

October 08, 2015

Interoperability Expert Says: New Accu-Chek Connect Is Big Step Forward!

Is Roche’s new Accu-Chek Connect meter, a big step forward in the world of diabetes device interoperability? We say ‘Yes it is!’

September 08, 2015

Trailblazing with FHIR

Imagine at your behest, with a simple press of a button, you download your childhood medical records from your hometown clinic in Moncton, your last lab results from your current laboratory in Toronto, and records from that one time you travelled to Vancouver and needed medical attention at a hospital.

January 20, 2015

Major Milestone in Communications Standards for Diabetes Devices

A JDRF-funded program at the Centre for Global eHealth Innovation is establishing open communication standards to enhance diabetes management and accelerate artificial pancreas research through the publication of a standard for interoperability of CGMs. The publication acts as guidance on how future CGMs should be built to enable communication with other and other software.

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