One of the guiding principles of OpenHIE is to be transparent,
"We believe it’s important to publicly document and share our knowledge, skills, experiences, and failures.”. In the spirit of transparency we would like to share our intentions to make enhancements to the
OpenHIE wiki in an effort to better meet the needs of our community and users.
These changes will be incremental and happen over time. The first of these changes can be seen today on our homepage, see changes and hints below.
Customized welcome based on user access.
Quick links for more direct access to items
Moved calendar of events to homepage so it is there first thing you see
You can add your personal favorite wiki pages to your account homepage. Sign into the wiki, clicking on “Tools” in the right hand corner and then clicking on “Favorite”.
We have four spaces (Documents, Subcommunities, Projects, Resources) out on the wiki. You can navigate to any of these spaces by clicking on them in the left hand column of your screen.
In the left hand column you can also click on the “greater than” symbol next to a pages name to see additional pages that are underneath it.
If people have additional questions or suggestions about the wiki please email
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