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==HL7 RCB Project - Overview and Analysis Worksheet==
 
==HL7 RCB Project - Overview and Analysis Worksheet==
  
*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden-Overview-20190508.pdf|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden Project Overview, dated 8 May 2019]]
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*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden-Overview-20190520.pdf|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden Project Overview, dated 20 May 2019]]
 
*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden_Analysis_Worksheet-20190508.xlsx|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden Analysis Worksheet, DRAFT IN PROGRESS - COMMENTS ARE WELCOME!!, dated 8 May 2019]]
 
*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden_Analysis_Worksheet-20190508.xlsx|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden Analysis Worksheet, DRAFT IN PROGRESS - COMMENTS ARE WELCOME!!, dated 8 May 2019]]
  
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*[https://ehrseewhatwemean.org/ "See What We Mean" Video Clips, developed by Medstar Health - National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - EHR Safety and Usability Team]
 
*[https://ehrseewhatwemean.org/ "See What We Mean" Video Clips, developed by Medstar Health - National Center for Human Factors in Healthcare - EHR Safety and Usability Team]
  
==HL7 RCB Project - Reducing Burden - Success Stories==
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==HL7 RCB Project - Reducing Burden and Addressing Burnout - Success Stories==
 
*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden-Success_Story_Template-20190128.docx|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden - Success Story Template, updated 28 Jan 2019]]
 
*[[media:Reducing_Clinician_Burden-Success_Story_Template-20190128.docx|DRAFT Reducing Clinician Burden - Success Story Template, updated 28 Jan 2019]]
*[[media:RCB_Story_-_Duke_Heart_Procedures.docx|Duke Heart Business Unit – Procedure Reporting, James Tcheng MD, Duke University, posted 4 Feb 2019]]
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*[[media:RCB_Story_-_Duke_Heart_Procedures.docx|Duke University - Duke Heart Business Unit – Procedure Reporting, James Tcheng MD, posted 4 Feb 2019]]
*[[media:Greta_Branford-UMich-HIMSS_2019.pdf|Burnout: How EHR Usability Improves Efficiency & Satisfaction, Greta Branford MD, University of Michigan, 14 Feb 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
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*[[media:Greta_Branford-UMich-HIMSS_2019.pdf|University of Michigan - Burnout: How EHR Usability Improves Efficiency & Satisfaction, Greta Branford MD, presented 14 Feb 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
*[[media:Monica_Jones-SNOMED_Clinical_Forum-20190409a.pdf|Benefits of SNOMED CT from a clinical perspective, The Rotherham experience, Monica Jones, presented 9 Apr 2019]]
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*[[media:Monica_Jones-SNOMED_Clinical_Forum-20190409a.pdf|National Health Service - Rotherham Foundation Trust (UK) - Benefits of SNOMED CT from a clinical perspective, The Rotherham experience, Monica Jones, presented 9 Apr 2019]]
*[[media:ClinAC128 Optimization in the Ambulatory Setting.pdf|Getting Time Back in Your Day!  Implementing a Multi-Faceted Approach to Optimizing Epic in the Ambulatory Setting, Jeff Tokazewski MD, Carole Rosen, Shane Thomas, May 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
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*[[media:ClinAC128 Optimization in the Ambulatory Setting.pdf|University of Pennsylvania - Getting Time Back in Your Day!  Implementing a Multi-Faceted Approach to Optimizing Epic in the Ambulatory Setting, Jeff Tokazewski MD, Carole Rosen, Shane Thomas, May 2019 (Posted with Permission)]]
 
*[https://www.aha.org/system/files/media/file/2019/05/plf-well-being-playbook.pdf?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=05162019%2Dat%2Dpub&utm_campaign=aha%2Dtoday American Hospital Association - Well-Being Playbook, A Guide for Hospital and Health System Leaders, May 2019]
 
*[https://www.aha.org/system/files/media/file/2019/05/plf-well-being-playbook.pdf?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=05162019%2Dat%2Dpub&utm_campaign=aha%2Dtoday American Hospital Association - Well-Being Playbook, A Guide for Hospital and Health System Leaders, May 2019]
  
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*[[media:Physician_Burden_Issue.docx|DRAFT Team Report - Lock-In, Data Liquidity and Switching Costs - Michael Brody DPM, Lead, updated 15 Dec 2018]]
 
*[[media:Physician_Burden_Issue.docx|DRAFT Team Report - Lock-In, Data Liquidity and Switching Costs - Michael Brody DPM, Lead, updated 15 Dec 2018]]
 
*[[media:Data_Quality_interest_group_report_for_March_4_RCB_Meeting.docx|DRAFT Team Report - Data Quality - Reed Gelzer MD, Lead, updated 4 Mar 2019]]
 
*[[media:Data_Quality_interest_group_report_for_March_4_RCB_Meeting.docx|DRAFT Team Report - Data Quality - Reed Gelzer MD, Lead, updated 4 Mar 2019]]
 
==US Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden"==
 
*[https://www.healthit.gov/topic/usability-and-provider-burden/strategy-reducing-burden-relating-use-health-it-and-ehrs ONC DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden Relating to the Use of Health IT and EHRs", including Findings, Strategies and Recommendations, published 28 Nov 2018, comment period closed 28 Jan 2019]
 
*[https://healthit.gov/burdencomments Summary of Public Comments for Draft Strategy, published 26 Mar 2019]
 
*[[media:HL7_Response_Letter_ONC_Reducing_Burden_Strategy_FINAL.docx|HL7 Comments on ONC Draft Strategy, compiled by HL7 Policy Advisory Committee, submitted 28 Jan 2019]]
 
*[[media:CentriHealth-Comments_on_ONC_DRAFT_Burden_Reduction_Strategy.pdf|CentriHealth (UnitedHealth Group) Comments on ONC Draft Strategy, submitted 28 Jan 2019]]
 
  
 
==US Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden"==
 
==US Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden"==

Revision as of 09:36, 20 May 2019

The HL7 Electronic Health Record (EHR) Interoperability Work Group is an activity of the HL7 EHR Work Group.

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NOTE: DRAFT documents may be incomplete and are posted for Team review and discourse. Please take care to note their draft (tentative) status if referencing or sharing with others.


Contents

HL7 EHR/PHR Standards

System Functionality Standards


Record Interoperability Standards


HL7 RCB Project - Overview and Analysis Worksheet

"See What We Mean"

HL7 RCB Project - Reducing Burden and Addressing Burnout - Success Stories

HL7 RCB Project - Focus Team Drafts

US Office of National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) DRAFT "Strategy on Reducing Burden"

HL7 RCB Project - Reference Sources

RCB Reference Sources (and related links) are available at the RCB Wiki: http://bit.ly/reducing_burden


CURRENT US Notices of Proposed Rule-Making


US Office of National Coordinator (ONC), Trusted Exchange Framework/Common Agreement (TEFCA)


US Office of National Coordinator (ONC), Technical Interoperability Forum, 15-16 August 2017


US Office of National Coordinator (ONC), Interoperability Forum, 6-8 August 2018


US Office of National Coordinator (ONC), "Record to Rely On" Workshop, 29 November 2016

Leads: Mark Knee JD, Elise Sweeney Anthony JD, Mike Lipinski JD


US Office of National Coordinator - Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA)


HL7 FHIR Standard Release 4

FHIR EHR-S Record Lifecycle Event Implementation Guide

FHIR AuditEvent and Provenance Profiles

FHIR Five W's Pattern (Who, What, When, Where, Why)

FHIR Implementer's Safety Check List


Interoperability Assessment


Blockchain for Health/Healthcare (Public Journal)


International Patient Summary (INTERPAS/IPS)


PUBLICATION PACKAGE - Meaningful Use 2015 Edition Functional Profile

Leads: Gary Dickinson, Anneke Goossen, Michael Van Der Zel


Meaningful Use 2015 Edition Functional Profile (of ISO/HL7 10781 EHR-S FM Release 2)

Leads: Gary Dickinson, Mark Janczewski MD, Anneke Goossen

Meaningful Use 2014 Edition Functional Profile (of ISO/HL7 10781 EHR-S FM Release 2)

Leads: Gary Dickinson, Diana Warner, Hetty Kahn, Anneke Goossen


EHR as Legal Record Project

HL7 EHR and Records Management-Evidentiary Support (RM-ES) WGs

Leads: Gary Dickinson, Reed Gelzer MD, Diana Warner


Record Entry Lifecycle Event Metadata using FHIR (Fast Health Interoperable Resources) - Project Now Complete

Lead: Gary Dickinson


Record Lifecycle, Provenance and Vocabulary Alignment - Project Now Complete

Record Lifecycle, Security, Privacy, and Provenance Vocabulary Alignment

Leads: Reed Gelzer, MD, Diana Proud-Madruga

REFERENCES


US ONC Standards and Interoperability Framework

2011-2016 Use Case Initiatives - Transitions of Care, Lab Results, Provider Directory, Digital Certificate, et al.

Cross Initiative Work Group - S&I Simplification


ISO/HL7 10781:2017 EHR-S FIM Release-3 2014-Planning

Gary Dickinson, co-chair and Steve Hufnagel PhD, project-facilitator

EHR-S FIM is EHR System Function-and-Information Model, release-3 planned for '2017 joint ISO/HL7-International ballot


EHR-S and PHR-S FIM, Release-3 2012 Prototype

Steve Hufnagel, Facilitator and Gary Dickinson, co-chair

PURPOSE

- add conceptual information and data model for each Release 2.0 EHR-S FM function
- make the EHR-S FM easier  to use for architects, analysts and engineers
- verify and validate EHR-S FM Release 2.0
- DSTU demonstration for Service Aware Interoperability Framework (SAIF) 
- Support specific profiles (e.g., WG project DAMS, DIMS, DCMS).

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

IMMUNIZATION MAGAGEMENT PROTOTYPE

ORDERS MAGAGEMENT PROTOTYPE

RESULTS MAGAGEMENT PROTOTYPE

RECORDS INFRASTRUCTURE (RI) PROTOTYPE


US HITECH Act - EHR Incentive Program - Stage 1 - Final Regulations (2011 Edition)


US HITECH Act - EHR Incentive Program - Stage 2 - Final Regulations (2014 Edition)


US HITECH Act - EHR Incentive Program - Stage 3 - Final Regulations (2015 Edition)


US ONC Final 10 Year Interoperability Roadmap


US ONC Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking

Metadata Standards to Support Nationwide Electronic Health Information Exchange


ISO 16223 - Standards Convergence to Promote EHR Interoperability


Key Reference Documents


2009 ANSI HITSP Foundations Framework Simplification Strategy

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