FHIR tutorials and hands-on sessions
To all IT professionals in healthcare: HL7® FHIR® DevDays are coming to Amsterdam again!
DevDays is an event for IT professionals in healthcare, whether new to FHIR or with previous experience, to learn about FHIR in a collaborative environment. DevDays offers a chance to work with the specification surrounded by others doing the same thing, side by side with experts to answer any questions. The three pillars for DevDays are: education, sharing of ideas and networking.
FHIR experts will be present to deliver tutorials, guide the hands-on sessions and work one on one with attendees to discuss issues.
And don’t forget our night on the town! On Thursday evening, we head off to a special venue in Amsterdam where you can hang out with the other attendees. This social event is included in your registration fee, so do not miss it!
Let’s plant some trees folks !
FHIR would never have been there, without AirFrance KLM, Air Canada, Qantas and Delta flying the standards people across the globe to meet at connectathons and work group meetings. Don’t even try to calculate the carbon dioxide emission FHIR has caused. We are improving healthcare and ruining the planet in the process. DevDays doesn’t make it any better. Last year’s edition had 377 people from 27 countries, most of them flying in at Schiphol Airport. And hey, we are already below sea level, remember?
So, what do we do?
We do what the airlines do, but slightly different. When you buy a ticket for DevDays, you can add a tree to your order. Or two. Or four. For every tree that you buy, Firely will buy another. Download the PDF for details in English or check the website of Trees For All.
Come to DevDays, and buy a tree!
The official language of the conference is English.
The ‘User Community’ track offers a platform for sharing of implementation experiences and best practices in a series of presentations.
The venue set-up and social event provide the opportunity to get to know others who have the same challenges that you are facing.