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SOA Workshop to Focus on Health IT

February 1, 2008
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The Needham, Mass.-based SOA Consortium, Object Management Group (OMG) and Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Health Level Seven (HL7) have announced the program for the upcoming workshop entitled, “SOA in Healthcare: Realizing Quality of Care, Business Value and Delivery on IT’s Promise.”

The SOA in Healthcare conference — held April 15-17 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare — features real-world experiences with implementations.

The workshop will integrate the themes of SOA and health quality to its targeted health IT audience, focusing specifically on healthcare’s challenges and on SOA’s role in meeting them. For registration information, visit http://www.omg.org/hc-ws-hl7-program.

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