IHE North American Conference

AEGIS will actively participate in the 2014 IHE North American Conference in Chicago, IL  January 27 – 31. We will be directly involved in the Connectathon testing leveraging the AEGIS Developers Integration Lab (DIL). AEGIS staff will be testing its IHE profiles against other participants at the Connectathon. Systems that support IHE Integration Profiles work together better, are easier to implement, and help care providers use information more effectively. As an Integrated Testing Lab, the DIL helps health information systems ensure that their interoperability will support testing requirements for Meaningful Use (MU) Stage #1 and #2, and future Stages #3 through #5. This is vital for certification, conformance and compliance demonstrations, but it can also be leveraged on an ongoing basis to validate the continuous interoperability of health information exchange partners.

We will also attend the IHE NA Connectathon Conference taking place on January 29. The theme of the conference aligns perfectly with the DIL’s objective: “Beyond Meaningful Use and HIE: Achieving Interoperability.” AEGIS looks forward to the testing and the dialog in Chicago.

About Michael Callihan

Mr. Callihan has more than two decades of experience in software engineering and business consulting. His expertise is in application architecture and helping customers develop best practices in enterprise software development. Mr. Callihan has worked with large government organizations including more than 10 years with the US Army, and many large corporations – HP, Time Warner, and various health care systems. His experience includes object-oriented analysis, design and programming, team mentorship, technical training, and project management. Mr. Callihan is a Project Management Institute (PMI) certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a certified Lean Six Sigma Sensei (LSSS). He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with degrees in Information and Decision Systems and Industrial Management.

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