Request: Topics for 2017 OpenHIE Community Calls

Hi All,

OpenHIE has some available time slots on community calls in 2017, every fourth Monday of the month @10am ET. These calls are designed for members of the OpenHIE
Implementers Network (OHIN)
to bring questions, problems and ideas unique to implementing OpenHIE to the call. As an example Ed Duffus with Plan International will be joining us on January 23rd to talk about
civil registration/vital statistics. The OpenHIE Community call is available to anyone and provides a forum for implementers to engage with one another while interacting with our community as well.

I wanted to specifically reach out to the OHIN mailing list to see if anyone had specific thoughts on individuals/groups/projects they would like to hear from. Maybe you’ve heard about an exciting project
happening and want to learn more or you have an exciting project you would like to share with us. Either way we would love to hear what people are doing and interested in. We hope people will also
feel empowered to raise topics on the OHIN mailing list and bring them to these calls throughout 2017.

**Jamie Thomas **|****Health Information Project Manager/Communications

Center for Biomedical Informatics


1101 West Tenth Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

Tel 317-274-9218 | Fax 317-274-9305

Email: | Skype: jamie.thomas5670 | Twitter: @RegenstriefGHI

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