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Thursday, September 16, 2010

Limited number of seats still available for CONNECT Code-A-Thon at the Mayo Clinic on September 21-22!
CONNECT Hosts the Nationwide Health Information Network Direct Project for First Co-Located Coding Event!
There are a limited number of seats still available for the CONNECT Code-A-Thon taking place in Rochester, MN September 21-22. As a participant, you'll be working with other health IT leaders as you contribute to the CONNECT solution and advance the nation's health IT agenda during this two-day event hosted by Mayo Clinic.

The Nationwide Health Information Network Direct Project ( will be participating in the event. Members of the Direct community interested in participating in the Direct Project's working session at the event should register directly for the CONNECT Code-A-Thon. The Direct Project attendees will participate in the introductory and wrap-up sessions for the Code-A-Thon, and during the work sessions, they will break out into a Direct-focused session.


September 21-22, 2010 (Tues. & Wed.)


9:00 am - 5:00 pm


The Kahler Grand Hotel
20 SW Second Avenue, Rochester, MN 55902
(800) 533-1655

As part of the evolution of the CONNECT Code-A-Thons to address Community feedback, the Rochester event will begin with a plenary session. This session includes presentations about the latest developments in the CONNECT code and the future of the CONNECT architecture.

The event is limited to 200 participants, and spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. This is a coding event, so participants should be developers ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work! The event will be a hands-on working session where attendees and the CONNECT development team will have the chance to collaborate, share ideas and best practices.

Participants will have the opportunity to contribute to the CONNECT project through bug fixes, code contributions, improved documentation, and by contributing other innovations. We will be listing topics on the forums and we encourage discussions prior to the Code-A-Thon so we can get straight to the business of development during the event.

Click here to register for this FREE event.

Provide any additional topics you would like to cover on the forums page.

Federal Health Architecture Program Management Office
Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT
Department of Health and Human Services
Mary E. Switzer Building
330 C Street, S.W., 1st Floor, Washington, D.C. 20201

CONNECT Website:
Main phone number: (202) 205-8614
General Email:


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