Courses

IHE for Diagnostic Imaging training course

This course will provide the attendee with a strong understanding and knowledge of those parts of the IHE standard that relate to diagnostic images (e.g. radiology, cardiology, dental, nuclear and visual light imaging) and diagnostic imaging workflows.

Who Should Attend

This training course is aimed at those involved with the design, development, implementation, deployment and support of imaging systems (e.g. RIS/PACS/Modality) that use (or will use) the IHE standard.

Goals of the training course

Introduction to IHE

The IHE (Integrating the Health Care Enterprise) activities have resulted in a series of profiles. Each profile standardizes a particular workflow and describes how existing base standards (such as HL7 v2 or DICOM) should be used to support the workflow. You will get familiar with the IHE process and with the main characteristics of a number of key products produced by that process.

Who Should Attend 

This training course is ideal for those who would like to learn more about IHE and its publications.

Introduction to HL7,IHE and DICOM training course

The training course describes the key areas in which standardization is needed (e.g. workflows, messages, documents, terminologies and identification schemes) in order to achieve interoperability between software applications in healthcare. It also provides an overview of the key characteristics of some of the existing standards in this area (e.g. CDA/CCD, DICOM, HL7 version 2, HL7 version 3, IHE, SNOMED and ICD).

Who Should Attend: 

IHE XDS, Healthcare Information Exchange (HIE) and ECM

The IHE (Integrating the Health Care Enterprise) activities have resulted in a series of profiles. You will get familiar with the IHE XDS profile as well as related/supporting profiles, e.g. related to the structure of the medical documents, authentication and patient consent.

Who Should Attend

This training course is aimed at those involved with the design, development, implementation, deployment and support

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