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The AOHC Y2K ToolKit

Brought to our attention only hours after last week's feature in OHPE Bulletin (#68) on the Year 2000 [Y2K] problem- was the front page article of the Association of Ontario Health Centres newsletter "healthlink"; offering a more optimistic view of the problem than we shared.

Linda Stewart, AOHCs manager of information technology explains that the Y2K problems exist because some computer systems use a two-digit field for the years assuming the century to be 19, which was fine, until now. "Right now," said Stewart, all organizations are sorting out

just how this will affect their operations