Free for Network Participants
December 15, 2022
Join Us for Our 2022 Annual Meeting
eHealth Exchange is proceeding with our in-person Annual Meeting in Washington, DC. We will continue to adhere to all local and national COVID-19 guidelines associated with in-person events. At the event, we will discuss updates and accomplishments for 2022, and what is in store for 2023.
Grand Hyatt Washington
1000 H Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
eHealth Exchange has secured a discounted room rate for attendees.
Room Rate: from $169 (depending on room type)
Book your hotel room now as rooms may be limited! Visit the reservation link below and enter code: G-SQUO. Or you can call 202.582.1234 or 877.803.7534 and mention The Sequoia Project or code G-SQUO.
Dr. Micky Tripathi
This year’s annual meeting will include a special keynote by National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Micky Tripathi, Ph.D., M.P.P.
A demonstration of the eHealth Exchange Hub Dashboard will share how to identify with whom you transact, volume, location, and even share successes with your community.
eHealth Exchange’s FHIR Roadmap
The eHealth Exchange continues to progress down its Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) roadmap for improved, discrete interoperability. Learn how we’re implementing FHIR, from the directory to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) pilot.
The eHealth Exchange intends to be among the first Qualified Health Information Networks (QHINs) in the country. What does this mean and why will participants opt-in to the Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement (TEFCA)?
Public Health Pilot with FDA on FHIR
An exciting public health pilot is underway with FDA and pioneering eHealth Exchange network participants leveraging FHIR. Learn how your organization can easily support public health while making FHIR real.
Federal Interoperability: Progress and Promise
The eHealth Exchange was founded on the principal need for health information exchange between and among federal agencies and their private-sector partners. Learn how these relationships have evolved, how network participants can better work together, and opportunities for future use cases.
We’ll spotlight how one participant leverages eHealth Exchange to improve rural healthcare connectivity locally and to federal agencies.
State of the Network
Executive Director Jay Nakashima will provide insight on the dramatic changes this year, as well as what the future holds.
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