Updates to HL7 Singapore Townhall 2012 & SOA Training

Dear all,

Quick update on the
1) HL7 Singapore Townhall 2012 (It is open to public, free of charge)
http://www.hl7.org.sg/index.php/hl7-singapore-townhall-2012.html

2) SOA Training Session (continuation from the Townhall meeting)
http://www.hl7.org.sg/index.php/updates/events/175-hl7-and-service-oriented-architecture.html

Date: 30 May (Wed) 2012
Venue: Singapore Management University, Seminar Room 5.1 @ School of Economics & Social Sciences (Level 5)

Agenda

8:30am – 12:30pm – Townhall Meeting (open to public, free of charge)
1:00pm – 5:00pm – SOA Training (continuation from Townhall Meeting, for HL7 SG Members only)

Detailed agenda as well as registration can be found on the links above.

About the Trainer:
Mr. Ken Rubin, Chief Healthcare Architect for the US Federal Healthcare Portfolio for HP Enterprise Services.

Primarily focused on enterprise architecture, electronic health record interoperability, and health informatics, Mr. Rubin has over twenty years of industry experience and ten years of health informatics experience. He spent seven years leading application architecture EA activities for the Veterans Health Administration, in addition to work he has done for healthcare clients in the UK and Australia.

Mr. Rubin is very active in the standards community, holding positions as co-chair of the HL7 Service-Oriented Architecture Workgroup, co-chair of the OMG Healthcare Domain Task Force and the Healthcare Service Specification Project (HSSP), and serves as the Enterprise Architect for Open Health Tools, an open-source software community.

About Adam Chee

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