iLink Systems, Inc, an ISO certified global software solutions provider, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Preferred Vendor, today announced that it will be one of the presenters at upcoming eHealth Conference to be held at Québec City, Canada during May 31 to June 3, 2009. At this event, iLink will present along with Microsoft on the topic “Connected Health Framework - How interoperability enables Knowledge Driven Health”.
Attending the event, one can learn about:
• Knowledge Driven Health;
• Interoperability guidelines from Connected Health Framework (CHF);
• Business and Technical architecture of CHF;
• Approach to developing Health Information Exchanges.
Speaking at the event will be Anand Gaddum MHA, Director - Healthcare Practice, iLink Systems, Inc. Anand has over 11 years experience in healthcare and has implemented a number of change initiatives for healthcare organizations. He has helped healthcare organizations improve the quality of care by promoting Lean and other quality programs across multiple areas in healthcare. He focuses on promoting technology to improve health and care delivery.
What: Connected Health Framework - How interoperability enables Knowledge Driven Health
When: May 31 to June 3 2009
Who: Anand Gaddum MHA, Director - Healthcare Practice at iLink Systems
Where: Québec City, Canada
About iLink Systems, Inc.
iLink (ilink-systems.com) has proven expertise in offering best of breed solutions to healthcare vertical and its project teams marry the best in domain expertise and technology know-how. Technologies that iLink has used for its Healthcare clients include .Net (including WPF, WCF and WF), Business Intelligence - SQL Server 2005 (with integration, analysis, reporting, OLAP, etc), SharePoint 2007, BPI - BizTalk (with WF, HL7 accelerator), Mobility, etc. Some of the healthcare solutions implemented include HealthVault solutions, Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Charge Capture, HIPAA Compliance and Consulting, Health Care Portal Solutions, BizTalk HL7 Accelerator, Outcome Analysis, interfaces for medical devices, etc.