Optional Training at Corepoint Connect 2013

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Optional Training

From 8:00 a.m. Monday, September 30 to 3:00 p.m. October 2, we will offer two training options for Corepoint Connect 2013 attendees.

The price for each class is $2,095 and can be added to your Corepoint Connect 2013 registration.


Corepoint Integration Engine Level 2 – builds upon the Corepoint Integration Engine Level 1 offering and focuses on more detailed scenarios.

This training is designed for any Corepoint Health customer who has completed the Level 1 training. It is also recommended that one has worked with Corepoint Integration Engine for at least 3 months prior to attending Level 2 training.

What You Will Learn:

Level 2 training is very hands-on and scenario driven. Topics covered include:

  • Action List Logic
  • Alerts – Interface and Data
  • Monitoring, Log Management, and Troubleshooting
  • Working with Databases
  • Batch Processing

Get Current! Workshop – provides existing users the opportunity to learn and explore significant new features and enhancements in recent versions of Corepoint Integration Engine. This workshop also includes a sneak peek into features that will be included in the next release.

Corepoint Integration Engine Level 1 training is recommended prior to attending and attendees should be able to build and monitor basic interfaces. 

What You Will Learn:

This workshop is a combination of lecture, hands-on activities, and individual and small group exploration. The workshop is updated each year to include the most current features. The 2013 workshops will include features from versions 5.1, 5.0, 4.3, and a few select 4.2 features, including:

  • Monitoring
  • Log Files
  • Metrics
  • Configuration Management
  • New Actions
  • Documentation
  • Testing
  • Usability
  • Meaningful Use Standards & Protocols
  • Web ServicesWeb services are a standardized way of integrating applications. Using open standards, businesses can communicate without in-depth knowledge of one another’s systems, beyond the communication protocol. Because all communication is XML-based, web se... More
  • Scalability
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