Dear Health IT Professionals,
HL7 Singapore is please to announce the inaugural HL7 v2.6 Certification Prep Course and Exam in Singapore.
Date: 21 or 22 Nov 2011 (exact date to be confirmed at a later date)
Venue: Raffles Place (exact venue to be confirmed at a later date)
Trainer : A/Prof Klaus Veil, HL7 Australia
Proctor: A/Prof Adam Chee, HL7 Singapore
Duration: One Full Day
Target Audience: Participants should process hands-on experience with HL7 v2.x as the certification review component is not a bootcamp (not meant for new entrants to HL7 V2.x).
Note: You need not be a member of HL7 Singapore to enroll in the prep course and exam.
– HL7 v2.6 Certification Review Course
– HL7 v2.6 Certification Exam
* Refreshments Provided
As part of cost recovery, HL7 Singapore needs to gather enough participants before proceeding with the event.
If you are interested, please kindly revert with the following details to email@example.com by 11 Nov 2011.
* Please indicate number of participants if you are organizing on behalf of your organisation.
Please kindly pass this email around to your friends and colleagues who would be interested in being achieving industry-recognized levels of proficiency and expertise as a “HL7 Certified” professional.
Vice-Chair, HL7 Singapore
About The Trainer
A/Prof Klaus Veil has been involved in Healthcare IT for over 25 years. For 7 years he was the CIO of a major Australian health care corporation – as a result, the integration of diverse health information systems has been his ongoing focus.
He is President of the Australasian College of Health Informatics and manages a specialised Health IT systems interoperability consultancy in Sydney.
Klaus is active in the development of health information technology standards – both in Australia and internationally.
He is chairman of the peak Australian HL7 Standards Committees and past Chair of HL7 Australia. For 8 years, Klaus served as the only non-US member on the Board of HL7 International.
Klaus is an accomplished teacher in Health Informatics standards; he an Adj. Associate Professor at the University of Western Sydney and has taught at Sydney University and LaTrobe University, Melbourne, as well as in the USA, the UK, Germany, Bulgaria. Malaysia and China.