Chairing the OSEHRA Interoperability Work Group on April 29th


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OSEHRA Interoperability Work Group

One of my hats has me leading industry awareness and collaboration as the Chair of the Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) Interoperability Work Group (IWG). The OSEHRA IWG is aimed at promoting the importance of testing for interoperability and standards conformance in the electronic exchange of health information. The IWG is mobilizing the community to participate in the building of Open Source interoperability solutions.

The next meeting of the OSEHRA IWG will be held on Tuesday, April 29th, 2014 from 2:30 – 3:30 PM (EST).

The topic of our fourth meeting will discuss “Who Can We Align With?” Our conversation will entail discussion with the members of the IWG regarding identifying and educating through industry conferences and forums on the existence of the IWG; defining Purpose, Goals and Objectives; Proposed Approach; Tracking Progress & Issues and Supporting Infrastructure.

To participate – click on the following link to register for the WebEx. All are welcome to join the meeting.

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About Mario Hyland

Mr. Hyland's background as an entrepreneur includes numerous successful business endeavors in a variety of industries. He turned his passion for technology into a career, which progressed from defense software systems development as an Business Systems Analyst with Litton Industries to Product Development Manager with Walsh Pharmaceuticals. This varied experience has given Mr. Hyland unique insight into patterns of business success and IT solutions. In addition to guiding the corporate direction of AEGIS, Mr. Hyland remains "hands on" when it comes to developing strategic vision with our customers and in the operation of the AEGIS Test Center. Mr. Hyland has authored numerous publications and has been the plenary speaker on various high-profile topics throughout his career. He currently sits on an Architecture Review Board (ARB) for Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Enterprise Development. Mr. Hyland graduated from Control Data Institute in Toronto, Canada.

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