Conference
Date: June 6, 2018
Location: Regenstrief Institute, Inc.

Public Laboratory LOINC Tutorial & Committee Meeting – Summer 2018

attendees in a crowded room at the LOINC Conference at Regenstrief Institute

All tutorials/workshops, and LOINC Committee meetings are open to the public and free of charge. You can attend in-person or follow along online. We host four events per year. Two have a laboratory focus while the others are geared toward clinical LOINC.

Whether you are a new or seasoned LOINCer, you’ll find plenty of value. All events include a basic overview of LOINC and a hands-on RELMA workshop. Our clinical presentations also feature domain-specific tutorials for Documents, Panels/Forms, and Radiology. The second half of schedule is dedicated to topics organized by the LOINC Committee.

We do ask that you register early as space fills quickly. While all events are free, please consider making a charitable donation to LOINC. All funds go toward meeting costs and advancing LOINC as a freely available standard.

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