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Meeting VenueThe meetings of the HL7 International Working Groups and Committees will be held at the Cliftons Meeting Rooms & Venues Sydney right next to the Amora, Marriott, Four Seasons, etc. hotels within two minutes' walk of Sydney Harbour and a stone’s throw from the historic The Rocks precinct. We have contracted the entire purpose-built Cliftons corporate meeting rooms building with their excellent AV/WiFi facilities which allows us to schedule additional tutorials and education sessions of the Extended Education Program.
Working Group & Committee MeetingsAll HL7 International Working Groups and Committees are scheduled to meet in Sydney to progress the various HL7 standards and other projects. These meetings are scheduled throughout the duration of the WGM.
As at every Meeting of the HL7 International Working Group, there will be a rich education and training program including free introductory sessions, focussed beginner & advanced tutorials and certification exams. At the Sydney Meeting, there will be ~40 Tutorials in the following tracks:
Extended Education Program
Based on specific requests by attendees, we are holding these education events:
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Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced the appointment of Liz Johnson, RN-BC, BSN, MS, vice president of applied clinical informatics at Tenet Healthcare, to the HL7 Board of Directors.
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Health Level Seven® International (HL7®), the global authority for interoperability in healthcare information technology with members in 55 countries, today announced that HL7's Board of Directors has named the following individuals to serve a two-year term on the HL7 Advisory Council: Russell Branzell, FCHIME, CHICIO, president and CEO of the College of Healthcare Information Executives (CHIME); Andrew Roddam, vice president and global head of epidemiology at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK); and Don Sweete, CEO of the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organization (IHTSDO).
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How to keep up-to-date with the Sydney Meeting ProgramGet regular updates and news on the meeting and education program of the HL7 International Standards and Education Meeting in Sydney as well as special travel information on flights, hotels and sight-seeing in Australia and New Zealand, subscribe to the Sydney 2011 WGM e-mail list.
Wednesday Evening Networking Reception
Note: This information was current as of January 2011 and may be obsolete now. It is kept for reference purposes only.
There are more than 40 hotels within a few minutes walk to Cliftons, the prices start at US$69 per night (2.5-star, incl. taxes). Click here to see the list: http://bit.ly/Sydney2011HotelsUS Note: taxes are included - its the law in Australia!
If you are coming from Canada, try http://bit.ly/Sydney2011HotelsCA - prices start at C$72 per night and all taxes are included. Prices in A$ here.
If you have a USA, Canadian, Japan, Hong Kong, Malaysian, Singapore, South Korean passport:
https://www.eta.immi.gov.au/ETA/ETAInput.jsp?language=En ("Visitor ETA" - A$20 service fee)
If you have an European Passport (incl. Norway & Switzerland):
https://www.ecom.immi.gov.au/visas/app/uu?form=TV ("eVisitor ETA" - free - read more...)
If you have a passport from another county, you need to apply for a visa as soon as possible:
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Meeting participants coming from Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand can take advantage of the excellent fares by Australian budget airline JetStar (a subsidiary of QANTAS).
Meeting participants coming from the US might consider taking a cheap flight (or air miles) to Honolulu, Hawaii, and then take Australian budget airline JetStar to Sydney, which costs ~ US$1,000 return.
There are many splendid hotels on Sydney Harbour! However, there is also very affordable accommodation from A$46 per night within a few minutes walk to the Meeting venue Cliftons. All prices include taxes:
- Sydney Harbour Youth Hostel (shared room): A$46
- Australian Heritage Hotel, The Rocks: US$69
- Glenferrie Lodge B&B (10 min ferry): US$83
- Napoleon On Kent (Suites): US$119
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