EHR Diabetes Data Strategy

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Diabetes Data Stratagy Project

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Project Overview

Welcome to HL7's Diabetes Data Stratagy Project wiki page!

The objective of the Diabe-DS (Diabetes Data Strategy) proof-of-concept project is to demonstrate a repeatable process that identifies important data elements for clinical care and secondary use. The process provides a framework for the “collect once, repurpose many times” paradigm, which is vital to support the next generation of clinical and translational research.

The project focuses on Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) assessment in an ambulatory setting to document the process and produce artifacts.

Project Leaders

Rachel Richesson
Crystal Kallem
Don Mon

Meeting Information

Conference Calls
None scheduled

Agendas and Minutes

Project Documents

Diabetes Data Strategy Project Scope Statement.doc

  • The project scope statement was approved by the Techncial Steering Committee June 2009.

Project Team - Acknowledgements.pdf

  • This project was supported by volunteer efforts. The design of the project, analysis and work products were produced over the course of two-years’ worth of teleconference sessions using an open and transparent process to ensure broad stakeholder input. The project facilitators would like to acknowledge these individuals for their time and contributions; however, this listing does not imply endorsement by the individual or the organization they represent.

Diabe-DS White Paper - Summary of Progress and Findings Updated Nov 2011.pdf

  • A summary of the project methodology, progress, and findings.

Additional Working Documents

Listserv

The Diabetes Data Strategy Project Listserv is diabetes-dsp@lists.hl7.org. The Diabetes Data Strategy Modeling Subgroup Listserv is diabetes-dsmg@lists.hl7.org. To subscribe to either of these services, go to the HL7 Listservices Welcome Page

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