NA Connectathon 2019 Resources

IHE USA welcomes your participation in the IHE North American Connectathon 2019.  This page points you to the resources you need to prepare and succeed!  Registration is open in the Gazelle Test Management System Sep 10 - Oct 12, 2018.

Important for 2019!!

Contract submission and payment are due at the close of registration. That means you have to generate the contract and make payment by October 12, 2018. If you have questions, please contact the IHE USA sponsors:


For Participants

Gazelle Connectathon Test Management

Participation Checklist

Detailed Connectathon Schedule


IHE Technical Frameworks, Consolidated CDA

Schedule and Logistics

Schedule, fees, payment, badges, hotel, shipping info ...


Technical Resources

Targeted Resources

Training Material / Webex Presentations

Communication (email addresses, email lists)






For Monitors:





System Registration and Contract Generation - North American Connectathons

Participation in a North American Connectathon requires system registration in the Gazelle system and a signed contract generated by that system.


These are the steps needed to enter the required data and generate the contract. There are instructions in the contract on how to submit the contract with payment.


Create at least one account in Gazelle

Possibly create accounts for other users

7 slides

Enter organization demographics

6 slides

Enter information for Finance, Marketing and Technical Contacts

13 slides

Enter information for one or more systems

13 slides

Generate contract

5 slides




NA Connectathon 2019 New Supplements

New Supplements

The following table contains new supplements that are published for the first time. We include only those supplements that have been published after January 2018.  

We purposely omit supplements that have been re-published.


DomainAcronymSupplement / Profile




IT Infrastructure


Asynchronous AS4 Option

IT Infrastructure


Restricted Metadata Update

Pathology and Laboratory Medicine



Patient Care Coordination


CDA Document Summary Section

Patient Care Coordination


Dynamic Care Plan

Patient Care Coordination


Family Planning Version 2

Patient Care Coordination


Paramedicine Care Summary

Patient Care Devices






Quality, Research, Public Health


Quality Outcome Reporting for EMS 



Encounter Based Imaging Workflow



Web-based Image Access

NA Connectathon 2019 Application and Network Info

  Prepare your system to test at the Connectathon.  Find configuration, IP address, OIDs and other network information here.

Configuration for Connectathon test systems / OIDs

An important Connectathon preparation task for December is to share configuration parameters for your test system (ports, URLs...).

Configuration entry is a two-step process prior to the Connectathon.  We want you to spend your time at the Connectathon working on interoperability issues and not asking your neighbor, "What is the URL of your Repository?"

  1. Starting in December, we collect your system's configuration parameters in gazelle.  Due December 21, 2018.
  2. Then, you retrieve your partners' parameters from gazelle and enter them into your system.  Finish this task before arriving at the Connectathon.

Gazelle assigns you default parameters based on the profiles & actors you signed up to test.  Your task is to update those to actual parameter for your test system and marked them 'Approved'.  This is done in gazelle under menu Configuration-->System Configuration.

Hostnames: Each test system in gazelle is given a hostname.  You can allocate additional hostnames for your systems if you need them.  IP addresses will be assigned to hostnames shortly before the Connectathon.

The gazelle proxy:  The config/ports for the gazelle proxy are shown on the gazelle configuration page in red font.  There is separate training provided about use of the gazelle proxy.

Many systems need OIDs as part of their configuration (Patient ID Sources, XDS Source & Repositories, homeCommunityIDs, others...).  These are assigned in gazelle under menu Configuration-->OIDs for current session.

Any questions about configuration parameters should be sent to Steve Moore (...after you have viewed the training ;-) )

Training on gazelle configuration entry

There is a a new Gazelle in town. The training for this has changed.

Connectathon Network Description

The connectathon network is the backbone for our interoperability testing.  Please read this before arriving in Cleveland:  NetworkDescription-NA2019.pdf

 IP Addresses

  1. In January, fixed IP addresses will be assigned for all hostnames you configured as part of your configuration work in Dec/Jan (hosts, ports, URLs, ...).
  2. You can see your IP addresses using Gazelle (
    -- Configurations -> (Company) : Systems Configuration
    -- Select a system
    -- The hosts and IP addresses associated with that system will display at the top
  3. You can see all IP addresses (all systems, including yours, using Gazelle (
    -- Configurations -> Network Configuration Overview
    -- Lower left: Download hosts file


  Contact Us! Get help when you need it.


NA Connectathon 2019 Week Resources

  Bookmark this page for easy access to resources used to support your Connectathon testing.

Testing schedule for the week


Mon, Jan 21, 2019  8:00 am -  4:00 pm EST On-site check-in / badge pickup
Mon, Jan 21, 2019  8:00 am - 10:00 am Connectathon Participant system set-up
Mon, Jan 21, 2019 10:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 1
Tue, Jan 22, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 2
Wed, Jan 23, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Session 3
Thu, Jan 24, 2019  9:00 am -  5:30 pm Connectathon Test Sesson 4
Fri, Jan 25, 2019  8:00 am -  noon Connectathon Test Session 5: Hard stop at noon


After-hours access:

Participants with a valid badge will have access to the Connectathon Floor. There is a curfew time TBD.

Daily 'need to know' announcements

The Connectathon venue makes oral announcements impractical.

Please check your email at 9am and 1:30pm each day. We will send twice-daily "need to know" announcements to the na_connectathon email list.

Seating Assignments

-- Seating assignments - There are two tabs in this spreadsheet. On the first tab, each cell represents one table with two chairs; table locations are identified by a letter/number, eg L28. The second tab shows seating assignments sorted by Organization. You can use the spreadsheet now for a table location if you need to ship something or order services. Your table location will also be entered in Gazelle before the end of the calendar year (2018). This will show up for you and your partners as you are running tests.

-- PDF version of seating assignments
-- Connectathon floor plan

Network Info

Wireless / General

    • SSID:  NA2019
    • Password:  cleveland19

Wireless / PCD Testers

  • SSID:  PCD
  • Password:  cleveland19

Gazelle Test Management

Gazelle on-site:

Outside of Connectathon floor, URL remains the same:

Guidance for Monday's session

We hope you've already reviewed the 10 Connectathon Tips from the Pros.

Monday 8:00-10am is for system set-up.  After 10am, we expect you to perform testing. Here is guidance on goals to accomplish during Monday's testing session:

    • Configure and connect to tools for your profiles.
    • Complete the 5-minute Consistent Time "CT_Client" test
    • Content Creators -- submit CDA/C-CDA docs into the samples area of gazelle for evaluation
    • Modalities/Evidence Creators -- submit DICOM samples into gazelle and the Central Archive
    • Submit media you create to the assigned Monitor -->  give XDM and PDI media to monitor Samantha Neiheisel at table M25.
      • It is good practice to hand a monitor your media rather than just dropping it at the table.
    • Any other tests labeled "*_Do_This_First" or "*_Read_This_First"
    • In general, work on other no-peer tests.
    • Then, move on to peer-to-peer tests.

Ask questions. Get help:

IHE USA staff - Help desk

      • logistics, "I'm lost", shipping...

Network staff - (Separate table, just inside the balllroom)

Tool help - see section below

Steve Moore - (P28)

      • First & last resource for technical support.  Ask me anything.
        • If I do not know, I will find someone who does.
      • QRPH, PCC and C-CDA tests, test requirements & grading
      • Gazelle help. Traditional Level 1 and Level 2 support.
        • "I need to reset my password"
        • "I need to drop a profile/actor"

Lynn Felhofer - (P27)

      • ITI and Radiology tests, test requirements & grading
      • Monitor support

Cédric Eoche-Deval - (N27)

      • Gazelle support. This is Level 3 support.

 Paul Sherman - (E27)

      • PCD tests, test requirements & grading

Assigned partners and assigned patients

For Document Sharing (XD*, XC*, MHD) profiles and ATNA, Connectathon Managers make some assignments to help manage testing.  First-time participants can read an overview of multiple affinity domains at Connectathons here. This section only applies to test systems in those profiles.

See Lynn Felhofer (P27) with any questions about these assignments.

Tools - locations & support

Training material on various tools is here:

Tool errata - as we find issues with tools, we will document them here:

Integral Tools

The tools listed in the first table below are considered an integral part of Connectathon testing. These tools are referenced in Connectathon tests and are part of the test procedure.

Tool Used for Location / Config info Support

Gazelle Itself

Test Management

Cédric (N27)

Gazelle Security Suite

- Home of ATNA Questionnaires

- TLS client / server simulators

- ATNA Audit message validator

- Syslog collector (ARR simulator)

Note:  Participants should NOT use Syslog Collector as a general-purpose ARR duing connectathon week.  An individual test might instruct you to send a message to it.

Cédric (N27)

CDA Validation (several)

PCC, QRPH and C-CDA Testing

IHE CDA Overview of Testing Procedure

Steve (P28)

DICOM Central Archive

Archive for DICOM objects

GUI front-end: http://central-archive:8080/dcm4chee-arc/ui2

login/password: admin/admin (to add your AE title so the archive will accept your association)

IP addr / port: /  11112

IP addr / port: /  11112




Steve (P28)

Orthanc PACS

A second PACS so you can experiment with RESTful services

GUI front-end: http://ihe-orthanc:8042

login/password: orthanc/orthanc

IP addr / port: /  4242

IP addr / port: /  11112


QIDO-RS: http://ihe-orthanc:8042/dicom-web

WADO-RS: http://ihe-orthanc:8080/dicom-web

Steve (P28)

Gazelle EVS Client

Home page



DICOM validators (DCCHECK, dcm4che, Dicom3Tools, Pixelmed-REM, dcmcheck)


HL7v2 validator

HL7v3 validator



PDF/A validator (XDS-SD)



XDW validator



Gazelle proxy

message capture/validation (non-TLS)

Proxy is accessible at



Gazelle Order Manager

Is the DSS/OF for CARD & RAD profiles:

--DICOM Modality Worklist SCP for RAD & CARD modalities

--RAD-13 sender for RAD & CARD Image Managers

Watch this short "how to" video



Gazelle Patient Manager

Source of pre-load Patients

Patient Demographics Supplier and Patient Encounter Supplier in the PAM Profile



FHIR Read-Write Server

- Resource validation
- Participants can store resources here

http://fhir-write:8080/hapi-fhir-rw (web GUI) (server base)

Steve (P28)

NIST HL7 v2.x

For HL7 v2.x PIX/PDQ

For QRPH VRDR HL7 messages



PCD Tools

PCD Message Validation




SAML assertion provider - XUA and SeR testing



XDS Tools 

 XD* profile testing

 - Endpoints for the XDS Public Registry - Red, Green, and Blue - are on:

- XDS toolkit: TBD

- XDS Registry Dashboard: from the toolkit home page, select Connectathon Tools --> Dashboard



XDS Toolkit 2019

XD* test support
XCA test support
MHD test support



XDS-I Tools 2019

For testing XDS-I and XCA-I implementations.

Uses the NIST XDS Toolkit directly


Steve (P28)

Backup or Experimental Tools

The tools listed in the table below are considered as backups or possibly experimental.

Backup: Tool is available if someone needs to review/resolve an issue by using one of our tools. These are not part of the defined testing protocol.

Experimental: A tool is in development. We may ask you for your help in running a few tests to examine the behavior of our testing software.

Tool Status Used for Location / Config info Support
Crucible       Steve (P28)


NA Connectathon DNS


  1. We use a fake domain name ( for Connectathons in North America. Particpant systems are assigned more or more host names (e.g., acme2) and the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) for that host would be
  2. The Gazelle Test Management System ("Gazelle") is hosted at
  3. Some other tools such as the Gazelle Security Suite are hosted at
  4. The server also hosts other content such as documentation.
  5. Prior to the connectathon, these two systems live outside of the Connectathon test room and have public IP addresses:
  6. During the event:
    1. The full server lives in Cleveland on the private network used for testing.
    2. The tooling part of is brought to Cleveland and lives on the private network.
    3. Other content (documentation) remains on the original
  7. The Gazelle Test Management software records URL's that link to items inside the system or inside the system. The software works best if you use the fully qualified domain name in the URL rather than trying to use an IP address or just "gazelle"
  8. In previous years, we have seen evidence that DNS "stuff" from offsite locations such as your hotel might be cached in your system and interfere with your work in the testing area. We have advice below on how to manage that.

What Does This Mean for You?

Manual Network Configuration (i.e., Fixed IP Address)

  1. Make sure you set the Search Domain to:
    1. That means if someone tells you their hostname is acme2 and you try to connect to acme2, your underlying system software should try a DNS lookup on and things should just work.
  2. For DNS servers, use only the server we supply:
    1. If you use a different DNS server, you will not be able to resolve IP addresses for your partner systems.
    2. You will also get redirected to the public IP address of some of the resources listed above, and that will cause a (large) mess.

What Else Should You Do?

  1. After you connect to the Connectathon network, run the following (or equivalent) commands from a console window to determine the IP address of two systems. You should get the answer listed. If you do not get the answers listed, your DNS has a problem and needs to be fixed. You can see Steve Moore if you need help
    1. nslookup (Answer:
    2. nslookup (Answer:
  2. When you return to your hotel room and decide you need to do more work, you can still connect to and/or Your hotel DNS should give you the public IP address of those systems at home, and you will be redirected to the Convention Center.
    1. When you are in the Convention Center and you use the public IP address for either of those resources, your connection goes out the firewal to the server at home and then gets redirected back through the firewall. The round trip traffic just puts more load on the network for no benefit.
  3. Repeat the first step above (nslookup) every morning when you connect to the Connectathon network. It might have worked on Monday but not on Tuesday.
  4. Resist the temptation to enter a fixed IP address when you browse to Gazelle Test Management ( or to the other tools at

What If?

  • You might have a link to documentation that starts with That should still work inside the Convention Center through redirects. If you have problems getting to such documentation, use this prefix: That URL points to the IHE Europe server back in Rennes and should not have any redirect issues.
    • Do not use this link for anything other than documentation.
    • Do not use this link for any tools

NA Connectathon 2019 Monitor Resources

Welcome! We gather resources here for our extraordinary volunteer monitors.

Table of Contents


Connectathon Week Resources

  >>Schedule for the week:

Monday Jan 21

  • 11:00-11:30 - Arrive at Cleveland Convention Center, pick up your badge at the registration desk
  • 11:30 - Monitor welcome meeting in Room 26A
  • noon - Lunch!
  • 1:00 - 1:30 - Find your table, get hooked to the network
  • 1:30 - 5:30 - Test verification begins

Tueday Jan 22

Wed & Thur Jan 23, 24

  • 9:00 - 5:30 - Connectathon testing session

Friday Jan 25


The link to Gazelle on-site & off-site is the same:

See Steve (P28), Cédric (N28), or Lynn (P27) about any Gazelle problems, password resets, etc

  >>Seating chart:

-- Seating assignments - Note that vendor able locations are visible in test instance in gazelle to help you locate test partners in the room

  >> Monitors' Profile Assignments:

        Monitor profile assignments are in this google spreadsheet.  

  >>Network Info:

  • Network support staff on-site -- at a labelled table near the entry doors to the Connectathon room.
  • Connectathon Network Description for testing participants
  • Wireless network for monitors:
    • SSID: Monitors
    • Password: cleveland 19 

  >>Test tools 

(1) For TOOLS CONNECTATION LOCATION & CONFIGURATION:  See   Note: The link sends you to the Participants' page so that we all have consistent configuration information.  Most monitors will want to bookmark that link.



Contact Us:

  >>Ask questions. Get help on-site:

  • Logistics (expenses, travel...):  Sarah Bell at the Registration Desk or Help Desk
  • Network problems:  Network support staff (at a labelled table near the entry doors to the Connectathon room) 
  • Gazelle help:  Lynn Felhofer (P27)
  • Questions on Patient Care Devices PCD tests:  Paul Sherman (E27)
  • Questions on CDA, RFD tests:  Steve Moore (P28)
  • Questions on all other tests:  Lynn Felhofer (P27)
  • Tool help:  ...varies by tool.  See links in the section above.

    >> Email Support

Technical Preparation Resources:

>> Monitors' Profile Assignments:

Monitor profile assignments are in this google spreadsheet.  

We organize IHE profiles with common characteristics or technologies into "clusters", and then we assign monitors to evaluate tests in one "cluster" (perhaps two).  The google spreadsheet contains the first draft of monitor assignments.  We try to assign you to profiles that match your expertise.  We hope that some assignments allow you to learn something new.  During the Connectathon, you will have an opportunity, if you wish, to work in areas outside of your primary assignment. In fact, each monitor has the capability to evaluate tests in almost any profile.

There are two tabs in the spreadsheet:

    • The first "Assignments" tab contains a row for each monitor.  The columns identify the profile "clusters".  The numbers in the column indicate how you will spend your time, eg a "1" indicates you will devote your time evaluating tests in that cluster.  Some monitors are asked to split time between two clusters.   During Connectathon week monitors will have the opportunity to evaluate tests in another area based on your interest or on our need for help in a certain area.
    • The second "Cluster-Profiles" tab identifies the profiles in each cluster.  Each profile listed in Column D contains a link to that profile's documentation.  If the link is to Technical Framework Volume 1, then there is one chapter per profile.  If the link is to a Trial Implementation Supplement, then the entire profile is contained within one document.  The yellow rows also point to available preparation material.

>> Technical Specifications: 

The specifications we test at the Connectathon are contained in IHE Technical Framework documentation.   IHE publishes its Technical Framework documents, organized by domain, on the Technical Framework page of

Each IHE domain's Technical Framework is segmented into multiple volumes; Volume 1 contains the use cases the profile addresses, the process flow and a diagram of the actors & transactions in the profiles. The technical details of the transactions are not in Volume 1, and as a monitor, you do not need to be an expert at that level. If you are reading a Trial Implementation Supplement, you will see that the contents are separated into Volume 1 and Volume 2 within the supplement.

If you are not familiar with IHE documentation, we recommend you view the "Interpreting the IHE Technical Framework" video in the training section below before you read the documentation.

If you have time prior to the Connectathon, we recommend you read the chapter in Technical Framework "Volume 1" for the profiles you are assigned to evaluate. 

We also test HL7 Consolidated CDA® Release 2.1.  Those specifications are here.


>> Monitor training material

While we provide material to enable monitors to do some preparation prior to the Connectathon, we understand the demands of your day job, and we have no requirement for you to do advance prep.

That said, this section contains links to available training material that falls into 4 categories.  

  • The January 8 Connectathon Monitor webinar -- if you have time for only one prep item, this is the one to choose.
  • General training topics -- probably of more interest to first-time monitors
  • Cluster-specific training material -- these trainings are organized according to the 'clusters' of profiles you are assigned to.
  • Connectathon tools overview & training material -- outline of tools, how they're used, and available training


Connectathon overview for all monitors: 

Connectathon Monitors - Preparation & Process Webinar:  
- Monitor responsibilities
- Connectathon process for monitors
- Gazelle walk-through
- Q & A

Streaming Recording  | Download recording (.mp4)


64 min

General training: (primary audience is new monitors)

Interpreting the IHE Technical Framework

This covers terminology used in IHE Technical Frameworks explains the structure of IHE documentation, and describes IHE's publication cycle. If you've never read IHE documentation before, you will find this background information helpful.

(Streaming link) (.mp4)

40 min

Connectathon Terminology
Definitions needed to understand using Gazelle during a connectathon (known to most returning participants; highly recommended for new participants & monitors)

(Streaming link) (.mp4)

11 min

Using gazelle to review Connectathon test definitions

How to use gazelle to read test definitions for IHE profiles you're assigned to. (.mp4)

8 min

IHE 2018 Educational Webinar Series
IHE sponsored its annual educational webinar series during summer and fall. You will find overview presentations for each IHE domain as well as 'speciality' presentations on topics like security, cross-community sharing of healthcare information, etc. These presentations *are not* connectathon-specific.

multiple presentations; duration varies
Cluster-specific trainings:

Please refer to the Monitor Assignments

Then, find the Cluster-Profiles tab.   

For each cluster of profiles, you will find links to available Preparation Material, including recordings and slide presentations.

multiple presentations; duration varies


>> The following table summarizes tools deployed during Connectathon, how they're used, and available training material: 

Gazelle Proxy
Provider Organization IHE Europe Development
Summary “man in the middle”… captures messages exchanged between two test systems and enables message validation. (not applicable to TLS message exchange)
Use in Many...applicable to messaging in all IHE profiles that do not require TLS communication.  When participants link proxy message in test instances, monitors can use the link to examine message content and (for some messages) call validators in EVSClient.
PCD Tools  
Provider Organization NIST
Summary Validates one to one messages passing patient and device information. New functionality validates some detailed ACM profile content.
Used in  PCD cluster:  monitors verify messages exchanged in peer-to-peer tests
Training provided on-site
Gazelle Security Suite (GSS)
Provider Organization IHE Europe Development
Summary Source of digital certificates for ATNA/TLS. Simulates an Audit Record Repository. Validates audit records. TLS Simulators (client & server), including for new ATNA options. Home of the ‘ATNA Questionnaire’ for systems testing ATNA. SAML assertion provider for XUA.
Used in  SEC cluster:  monitors verify ATNA questionnaires, validate audit records, and check TLS connections.
XDS Toolkit
Provider Organization NIST, + Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (for XDS-I & XCA-I)
Summary Validates messages and simulates actors in document sharing profiles, XDS, XDS-I, XCA and related profiles. New functionality supporting MHD profile.
Used in clusters XC*, XDS, XDS-I, Mobile clusters.  Specific tests instruct monitors to use Toolkit to verify messages, or as a Doc Consumer simulator to perform queries against participants' tests systems.
Training provided on-site
Gazelle EVSClient
Provider Organization IHE Europe Development, with embedded validators provided by many organizations
Summary Validators for HL7v2, v3 messages, CDA documents, & FHIR Resources. Multiple DICOM validators. Other validators: XDW, PDF/A, DSUB, HPD… When you validate a message from within the Gazelle Proxy or Gazelle Samples area, it calls validators within the EVSClient.
Used in  CDA:  monitors validate CDA documents and RAD/CARD monitors validate DICOM objects (via the Gazelle Samples page).  Plus other validators are used (see Summary above).
Training User Manual
Gazelle Patient Manager
Provider Organization IHE Europe Development
Summary Simulator for actors in Patient ID mgmt profiles: PIX*, PDQ*, PAM. Source of "Connectathon test patients".
Use  Simulators are used by participants during pre-Connectathon testing; sometimes during Connectathon.  Source of test patients during Connectathon.   
Connectathon tests *do not* call for monitors to use Patient Manager.  
Training User Manual
PIX/PDQ and Vital Records Test Tools
Provider Organization NIST
Summary Validators for PIXv2, PIXv2, PDQv2 and PDQv3 messages. Validation for Vital Records Death Reporting.
Used in clusters Monitors may use the tools for message validation in the PatID cluster and for VRDR.
HAPI Servers
Provider Organization HAPI servers deployed at Connectathon by Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Summary: Validation of FHIR Resources. Vendors participants will store some Resources here. Hosts test data for some FHIR-based IHE profiles.

Participants will store some Resources here.  Hosts test data for some FHIR-based IHE profiles.

Used in clusters Mobile:  monitors validate FHIR resources.
DICOM Central Archive (dcm4chee)
Provider Organization
Summary Used as a commonly-accessible repository for DICOM objects.   Participants store their objects here.  Available to other participants via DICOM C-FIND, C-MOVE, QIDO-RS, and WADO-RS.
Used in  RAD, CARD clusters, primarily by participants.  Monitors use the web-based GUI to verify that vendors have stored their objects here, but will not use other features.
Gazelle Order Manager
Provider Organization IHE Europe Development
Summary Order Placer and Order Filler simulator in departmental workflow profiles; DICOM Modality Worklist provider (SCP) and HL7 order exchange
Used in clusters Simulators are used by participants in RAD, CARD, and LAB during pre-Connectathon testing; sometimes during Connectathon, especially as a DICOM Modality Worklist SCP.   
Connectathon tests *do not* call for monitors to use Order Manager.  


Overall timeline for Connectathon Monitors:


Refer to this Connectathon Monitor Travel Guide for guidance on all travel-related tasks!

Nov 15

-- Complete Monitor Travel Survey.  
-- If you will book flights to Cleveland, activate your account in Concur Travel. 

Nov 30 Book flights (if applicable).  Refer to the Connectathon Monitor Travel Guide. Monitors must arrange airfare through Concur Travel.
Dec 1 Register for your Monitor badge.  You will receive an invitation from Cvent via email with registration link.
Dec 1 Request advance per diem.  Send per diem form to

(Alternatively, submit post-event per diem form by Feb 9, 2019.)

Jan 8, 10-11 am CST

Attend the Connectathon Monitors - Preparation & Process Webinar:  
- Monitor responsibilities 
- Connectathon process for monitors 
- Gazelle walk-through 
- Q & A

Recording link | Slides


See details above.


Feb 9 If you did not request advance per diem by Dec 1 then send your post-event  per diem form to



This is a great welcome to new monitors captured on video. While it is was done by a SIIM board member at the beginning of Connectathon monitor training in 2009, his points about the benefits of your volunteer service stand true today. We invite you to watch this 5 minute video:

Our Connectathon FAQ for vendor participants 

We have put together this FAQ with answers to questions we frequently receive from our vendor participants. You may find it informative.


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