On April 3rd, 2017, Venice will be home to the IHE Education Workshop, which aims to disseminate and share the importance of interoperability in Health IT and the ways to improve it in real contexts. Alessandro Sulis, from Healthcare Flows group at CRS4, will be there presenting his insights into this important topic. The workshop is organized by IHE Italy – the Italian committee of the IHE Consortium (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise), which is the main global reference for clinical systems integration guidelines. The workshop is one of the parallel events in European Connectathon week (running from April 3rd to the 7th, 2017), an event to promote vendor interaction organized by IHE in three locations each year. Alessandro Sulis will present an overview of the tools offered by the IHE to assist developers in the implementation of interoperable systems compliant to IHE guidelines.