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=Bulk Data=
 
=Bulk Data=
 
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==Owning work group name==
 
==Owning work group name==
 
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[[FHIR Infrastructure]]
 
[[FHIR Infrastructure]]
  
 
==Committee Approval Date:==
 
==Committee Approval Date:==
<i>Please enter the date that the committee approved this IGproposal</i>
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<i>Pending</i>
  
 
==Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups==
 
==Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups==
 
 
* [[Security]]
 
* [[Security]]
 
* [[Public_Health_and_Emergency_Response_work_group_(PHER) | Public Health]]
 
* [[Public_Health_and_Emergency_Response_work_group_(PHER) | Public Health]]
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==FHIR Development Project Insight ID==
 
==FHIR Development Project Insight ID==
 
 
Pending
 
Pending
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==Scope of coverage==
 
==Scope of coverage==
The core FHIR specification describes an asynchronous request pattern (https://www.hl7.org/fhir/async.html). This Implementation Guide will define secure FHIR export Operations that uses this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date.
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The core FHIR specification describes an asynchronous request pattern (https://www.hl7.org/fhir/async.html). This Implementation Guide will define secure FHIR export Operations that uses this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date.  The implementation guide is not realm-specific.
 
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Scope should consider numerous aspects of breadth of scope, including:
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* Subject: Human vs. non-human vs. non-patient (e.g. lab bench medicine)
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* Disciplines: Environmental Health, Palliative, Respiratory, Psychology, Maternity, Clinical Research
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* Delivery environment (Community, Geriatric, Home care, Emergency, Inpatient, Intensive, Neonatal, Pediatric, Primary)
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* Locale: Country, region
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==IG Purpose==
 
==IG Purpose==
 
Today FHIR applications are also built for reporting, analytics, population health, and other use cases which look at patients in aggregate. FHIR’s current APIs are suited to enable access to a few patients at a time or make ad hoc queries but do not cover the bulk data transmission use case. The industry has an need to transmit batches of data for entire populations or cohorts from data systems to apps or other organizations for workflows like provider to payer reporting or data migrations between systems. Additionally regulation is pushing for more standardized methods for transmitting all health data and reporting on it.
 
Today FHIR applications are also built for reporting, analytics, population health, and other use cases which look at patients in aggregate. FHIR’s current APIs are suited to enable access to a few patients at a time or make ad hoc queries but do not cover the bulk data transmission use case. The industry has an need to transmit batches of data for entire populations or cohorts from data systems to apps or other organizations for workflows like provider to payer reporting or data migrations between systems. Additionally regulation is pushing for more standardized methods for transmitting all health data and reporting on it.
 
As the data housed in health systems transitions to the FHIR standard, a standardized method to transfer FHIR server data in large tranches or entire data migrations is needed. To facilitate data transfer between FHIR servers and client applications or other systems, a more technically applicable method for bulk data transfer is required.
 
As the data housed in health systems transitions to the FHIR standard, a standardized method to transfer FHIR server data in large tranches or entire data migrations is needed. To facilitate data transfer between FHIR servers and client applications or other systems, a more technically applicable method for bulk data transfer is required.
 
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==Content location==
 
==Content location==
 
https://github.com/HL7/bulk-data-export
 
https://github.com/HL7/bulk-data-export
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==Proposed IG realm and code==
 
==Proposed IG realm and code==
 
uv/bulk-data-export
 
uv/bulk-data-export
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==Maintenance Plan==
 
==Maintenance Plan==
 
The SMART Health IT team intends to provide ongoing support of this implementation guide
 
The SMART Health IT team intends to provide ongoing support of this implementation guide
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==Short Description==
 
==Short Description==
 
This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date.
 
This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date.
 
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==Long Description==
 
==Long Description==
 
This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date. Applications can use the bulk data export functionality to facilitate data transfer among back-end systems, various organizations, and for reporting or public health use cases.
 
This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date. Applications can use the bulk data export functionality to facilitate data transfer among back-end systems, various organizations, and for reporting or public health use cases.
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==Involved parties==
 
==Involved parties==
 
Initial development by SMART Health IT and subsequent work by the HL7 FHIR Infrastructure, Security and Public Health work groups.
 
Initial development by SMART Health IT and subsequent work by the HL7 FHIR Infrastructure, Security and Public Health work groups.
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==Expected implementations==
 
==Expected implementations==
 
Boston Children's Hospital is implementing the bulk data export standard through a grant from the ONC. Specifically the SMART Health IT team is taking its prototype bulk data export server and implementing it with the Accountable Care Organization at Boston Children's. The bulk data standard will be used to transmit data between providers and payers in the context of this grant.
 
Boston Children's Hospital is implementing the bulk data export standard through a grant from the ONC. Specifically the SMART Health IT team is taking its prototype bulk data export server and implementing it with the Accountable Care Organization at Boston Children's. The bulk data standard will be used to transmit data between providers and payers in the context of this grant.
 
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==Content sources==
 
==Content sources==
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* JSON Web Token (JWT) Profile for OAuth 2.0 Client Authentication and Authorization Grants, RFC7523, https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7523
 
* JSON Web Token (JWT) Profile for OAuth 2.0 Client Authentication and Authorization Grants, RFC7523, https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7523
 
* OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Protocol, RFC7591, https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7591
 
* OAuth 2.0 Dynamic Client Registration Protocol, RFC7591, https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc7591
 
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==Example Scenarios==
 
==Example Scenarios==
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* Exporting groups of patients between systems that should only have certain access based on business contracts
 
* Exporting groups of patients between systems that should only have certain access based on business contracts
 
* Combination of Federated Data Systems for reporting or public health use cases on populations level data
 
* Combination of Federated Data Systems for reporting or public health use cases on populations level data
 
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==IG Relationships==
 
==IG Relationships==
 
N/A
 
N/A
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==Timelines==
 
==Timelines==
 
Ready to Ballot Mar. 15
 
Ready to Ballot Mar. 15
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==When IG Proposal Is Complete==
 
==When IG Proposal Is Complete==

Revision as of 12:15, 16 February 2019



Bulk Data

Owning work group name

FHIR Infrastructure

Committee Approval Date:

Pending

Contributing or Reviewing Work Groups

FHIR Development Project Insight ID

Pending

Scope of coverage

The core FHIR specification describes an asynchronous request pattern (https://www.hl7.org/fhir/async.html). This Implementation Guide will define secure FHIR export Operations that uses this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date. The implementation guide is not realm-specific.

IG Purpose

Today FHIR applications are also built for reporting, analytics, population health, and other use cases which look at patients in aggregate. FHIR’s current APIs are suited to enable access to a few patients at a time or make ad hoc queries but do not cover the bulk data transmission use case. The industry has an need to transmit batches of data for entire populations or cohorts from data systems to apps or other organizations for workflows like provider to payer reporting or data migrations between systems. Additionally regulation is pushing for more standardized methods for transmitting all health data and reporting on it. As the data housed in health systems transitions to the FHIR standard, a standardized method to transfer FHIR server data in large tranches or entire data migrations is needed. To facilitate data transfer between FHIR servers and client applications or other systems, a more technically applicable method for bulk data transfer is required.

Content location

https://github.com/HL7/bulk-data-export

Proposed IG realm and code

uv/bulk-data-export

Maintenance Plan

The SMART Health IT team intends to provide ongoing support of this implementation guide

Short Description

This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date.

Long Description

This Implementation Guide defines secure FHIR export Operations that use this capability to provide an authenticated and authorized client with the ability to register as a backend service and retrieve all data in a FHIR server, data on all patients in a server, or data on a group of patients while optionally specifying data since a certain date. Applications can use the bulk data export functionality to facilitate data transfer among back-end systems, various organizations, and for reporting or public health use cases.

Involved parties

Initial development by SMART Health IT and subsequent work by the HL7 FHIR Infrastructure, Security and Public Health work groups.

Expected implementations

Boston Children's Hospital is implementing the bulk data export standard through a grant from the ONC. Specifically the SMART Health IT team is taking its prototype bulk data export server and implementing it with the Accountable Care Organization at Boston Children's. The bulk data standard will be used to transmit data between providers and payers in the context of this grant.

Content sources

The guide will use the following standards:

Example Scenarios

  • Migration of data between one electronic medical record for clinical data repository and another
  • Transmission of patient records for reporting use cases between payors and providers
  • Full backup of data contained within a clinical data repository
  • Exporting groups of patients between systems that should only have certain access based on business contracts
  • Combination of Federated Data Systems for reporting or public health use cases on populations level data

IG Relationships

N/A

Timelines

Ready to Ballot Mar. 15

When IG Proposal Is Complete

When you have completed your proposal, please send an email to FMGcontact@HL7.org

FMG Notes

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