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Welcome to the OpenHIE Wiki! With the many activities underway in our community we want to make it as easy as possible for you to get engaged in a way that helps you the most. Below are links to each of our subcommunities and their respective call schedules and mailing lists. These activities are publicly available and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to join and getting involved. Please let us know how we can improve the information presented here to improve your experience.

OpenHIE Subcommunities

OpenHIE is made up of communities of practice; Client Registry, Health Worker Registry, Facility Registry, Terminology Services, Shared Health Record, Health Management Information Systems, and Interoperability Layer. These communities focus on enhancing each architectural component of our health information exchange (HIE). Learn more about each community here.

OpenHIE Mailing Lists

The OpenHIE community maintains several mailing lists for announcements and communication. We use Google Groups to manage our mailing lists, but you can subscribe from any e-mail address--you don't need a Google Account to subscribe. View and subscribe to mailing lists here.

OpenHIE Community Call Schedule

OpenHIE is a community of communities which holds several calls regularly. To see dial in information, agendas, notes, and listen to recordings click here.

 

Getting Started
  1. Create a user account by clicking the "Sign Up" button in the top right hand corner.
  2. Once you have a user account choose your profile picture and update your profile.
  3. The wiki is divided into several spaces. Please take a look around at all the different spaces and make sure the content you create is located in the appropriate space so others can find it more easily. If you need any help with this please contact Jamie Thomas
  4. Email is great for communication but not collaboration. Learn what features the wiki has to help us achieve both, click here.

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