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Revision as of 18:09, 28 January 2018

Contents

Apps for Imaging Research

Goal

Demonstrate the ability to make a consenting patient's imaging studies accessible for research applications using the SMART on FHIR-based Sync for Science transaction model.

Participants

  • Chris Carr (RSNA), Steve Moore (Washington University), Wyatt Tellis (UCSF) - RSNA Image Share Project
  • Brad Genereaux - Agfa Healthcare

Notable Achievements

The RSNA Image Share project team, in coordination with the Sync for Science team, developed a set of components to connect current state-of-practice radiology systems (HL7 v2 radiology information system / DICOM3 PACS). These components include the following:

  • DICOMWeb Broker: A web service for adding DICOM-RS support to legacy PACS. The broker supports translating QIDO-RS and WADO-RS requests to the corresponding C-FIND and C-MOVE transactions to enable legacy PACS applications to participate in the S4S network.
  • FHIR Broker: A web service that accepts FHIR RESTful calls on behalf of an EHR and brokers them to DICOMWeb calls to a PACS.
  • Introspection Service: A web service that assists the FHIR Broker in authenticating research applications’ access to imaging data for a specific patient.

The components were packaged, along with a standalone PACS (DCM4CHEE) populated with a modest amount of test data in Docker compose file available here: https://github.com/RSNA/s4s-stack. In our track we were able to load the Docker container on a new system and run it successfully.

Screenshots

Image share s4s postman screenshot.png

Apps for Imaging Research track; FHIR Connectathon 17. Screenshot of sample results of imaging query.

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Attachments

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Automated Profiling From Domain Models

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Bulk Data

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Care Plan

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Catalog

Goal

This track aims at testing and consolidating the set of new resources (EntryDefinition, ObservationDefinition, SpecimenDefinition) and profiles (catalog) that were added to the standard to enable the sharing of catalogs of health care products and services. Examples thereof include compendia of laboratory in vitro diagnostic services, medication formularies, directories of medical devices. This connectathon uses a clinical laboratory compendium and focuses on the consultation of this catalog. The general scenario is "Query and retrieve the definitions of orderable tests and panels from a lab compendium, together with asked at order entry observations and specimens expected".The track is based on the R4 current ballot.

Participants

  • Claude Nanjo - University of Utah Health Care
  • François Macary - Phast
  • Michel Blondel - Phast

Notable Achievements

Success on the planned scenario. The performed interactions were: 1) List available catalogs on the server; 2) List the entries of a catalog; 3) Search by name and/or by category an entry in an identified catalog 4) Obtain the full details of an entry of a catalog. A major outcome is a set of search parameters and refinements to the EntryDefinition resource.

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • Reverse chaining for search parameters [1] is currently under-specified in the standard. It is only described through a couple of examples. It would be nice to provide the full grammar to construct such kind of parameters.
  • The naming convention for search parameters, using dash character as word separator (e.g.; code-value-date) is cumbersome and prevents from using current APIs (e.g. WebAPI from microsoft). Wouldn't it be better to use a camel case convention?

Next Steps

  • Back to the Catalog task force (under OO WG) to complement the EntryDefinition resource (datatype changes, value sets, change parameters)

CDS Hooks

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Clinical Reasoning

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Clinical Research

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Consumer Centered Data Exchange

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Direct Track

Goal

  • Evaluate two scenarios:
  1. Use of DirectTrust network to send / query FHIR resources. Identify any issues or enhancements needed for this capability.
  2. Utilizing DirectTrust certificates with the FHIR RESTful API to enable trust relationships to scale. Identify any issues or enhancements needed.

Participants

  • Bruce Schreiber – MaxMD
  • Calvin Beebe - Mayo Clinic
  • David Kibbe - DirectTrust
  • Don Jorgenson - Inpriva
  • James Fisher — MedAllies
  • Julie Maas – EMR Direct
  • Lisa Nelson - Life Over Time Solutions
  • Luis Maas – EMR Direct
  • Thomas J Ramsey

Notable Achievements

Scenario Participants Asserter Result Note
Patient request for data Client: MyPHD Wellness Manager (Direct Trust Source)

Server: MaxMDFhirResource (Target FHIR Server)

Lisa Nelson Pass Important demonstration of individual access to health information - access to C-CDA or FHIR resources.
Patient request for data Client: EMR Direct HealthToGo (Direct Trust target)

Server: EMR Direct Stage Server (Source FHIR Server)

Luis Maas pass success for use case #3, 4, and 5
Patient request for data Client: Direct mdEmail 3.0 (Direct Trust target)

Server: MaxMDFhirResource (Target FHIR Server)

Bruce Schreiber pass Patient Direct address - patient queried for his own record and retrieved them.
Patient request for data Client: Direct mdEmail 3.0 (Direct Trust Source)

Server: MaxMDFhirResource (Target FHIR Server)

Bruce Schreiber pass C-CDA attachment was sent via DirectTrust and stored as both a C-CDA document and a series of resources mapped into FHIR resources.
Patient request for data Client: EMR Direct HealthToGo (Target EMR)

Server: Cerner DSTU 2 Secure - Patient Access (Source FHIR Server)

Julie Maas pass
Patient request for data Client: EMR Direct FHIR over Direct Client (Target EMR)

Server: MaxMDFhirResource (Target FHIR Server

Bruce Schreiber pass
Patient request for data Client: EMR Direct HealthToGo (Target EMR)

Server: Kaiser Permanente CTO EIS POC Server (Source FHIR Server)

Julie Maas pass
Provider request for data Client: Direct mdEmail 3.0 (Direct Trust target)

Server: HAPI-3 (Source FHIR Server)

Bruce Schreiber pass Provider uses a Direct Message to query for a Patient's health data. The result was returned using Direct.
Provider request for data Client: FHIR Over Direct Client (Direct Trust target)

Server: EMR Direct FHIR over Direct Server (Direct Trust Source)

James Fisher pass Sent encapsulated message "GET /Patient/1234 HTTP/1.1". Received FHIR response in JSON format.
Provider request for data Client: EMR Direct FHIR over Direct Client (Direct Trust target)

Server: EMR Direct FHIR over Direct Server (Direct Trust Source)

Julie Maas pass Workflow IG using Context IG
Provider request for data Client: Direct mdEmail 3.0 (Direct Trust Source)

Server: HAPI-3 (Source FHIR Server)

Bruce Schreiber pass C-CDA attachment was sent via DirectTrust and stored as both a C-CDA document and a series of resources mapped into FHIR resources.

Screenshots

DirectQuery.png http://wiki.hl7.org/images/a/a3/DirectQuery.png

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
    • Explaining to Connectathon participants how use of DirectTrust certificates and trust framework can scale inter-organizational FHIR queries in an efficient and proven manner. We met this challenge on numerous occasions over the two days, and this was valuable.
    • The new IG for Expressing Context in Direct Messaging needs some extensions to better handle workflows that are valuable in health information exchange via Direct.
    • Lack of space around the table, slow wifi.
  • What questions did you come away with?
    • No clear signal from FHIR community on DirectTrust certificate-based solutions for scaling FHIR, as there are several alternatives.
    • Who should we approach and how do we get broader participation for an Implementation Guide for use of DirectTrust certificates in authenticating and authorizing FHIR queries in inter-organizational use cases?
    • How do we effectively coordinate with the FHIR community after this event? How do we bring our communities together. How do we work together effectively?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Electronic Case Reporting

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Encounter

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

FHIR Documents

Goals

  • Test/update mappings/transforms from CDA to FHIR
  • To be able to import a CDA and transform it into it's equivalent FHIR resources
  • Generate a fully bundled document from a Composition resource using the Generate Document operation
  • Figure out what to do with Notes (e.g. History and Physical note)

Participants

  • Sarah Gaunt (Lantana Consulting Group)
  • Benjamin Flessner (Redox)
  • Michael Hutton (Qvera)
  • Corey Spears (Infor)
  • Attila Farkas (Canada Health Infoway)
  • Joel Francis (Canada Health Infoway)

Notable Achievements

Notable Achievements

Scenario Participants Asserter Result Note
Scenario: Client:

Server:

Pass/Fail Note

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

FHIR Subscriptions

Goal

Mature FHIRcast, sustain and increase community involvement. Grow FHIR Subscriptions.

Participants

  • Niklas Svensen - Sectra
  • Leo Bergnehr - Sectra
  • Jeremy Richardson - MModal
  • Jim Schafer - PenRad
  • Max Philips - Cerner
  • Eitan Behar - Allscripts
  • Segay Mintz - Allscripts
  • Jenni Syed - Cerner
  • Will Maethner - Epic
  • Isaac Vetter - Epic
  • Brad Genereaux - Agfa, II

Remote:

  • Martin Bellehumeur - Siemens
  • Hardik - Siemens
  • Ashish - Siemens


Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Financial

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Genomics

Goal

Genomic data are of increasing importance to clinical care and secondary analysis. Genomics consists of the Sequence resource and several profiles built on top of existing FHIR resources (DiagnosticReport-genetics profile, DiagnosticOrder-genetics profile, Observation-genetics profile). The Sequence resource is a core resource in FHIR Genomics. It is used to represent complex genetics data. FHIR Genomics focuses on clinical genetics data reporting.

We will also look to compare current FHIR extension model with a component-based model. New genomics IG

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

IHE-on-FHIR

Goal

  • Send one document to a server using the IHE MHD transaction. This includes a DocumentManifest, a DocumentReference and a Binary document
  • Retrieve the document from the server
  • Exercise Alarm Communication and Management

Participants

  • Diego Kaminker (Almadoc)
  • Oliver Egger (The Hub Zürich Association)
  • Steve Moore (IHE USA / Washington University)
  • Bertil Reppen
  • Logos optional

Notable Achievements

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
  • What questions did you come away with?

Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Medical Device and Implantables Tracking using UDI

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

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Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Patient Match

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Patient Track

Goal

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Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

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Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?

Pharmacogenomics CDS

Goal

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Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

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Provider Directory

Goal

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Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

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Discovered issues

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Next Steps

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Scheduling

Goal

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Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

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Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

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Terminology Services Track

Goal

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Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

  • 1-2 screenshots if relevant and interesting and/or links to further information about implementations / achievements

Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

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Versioned API

Goal

  • Please limit to one paragraph summary

Participants

  • Names and Company Names
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Notable Achievements

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Screenshots

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Discovered issues

  • What challenged the group?
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Next Steps

  • 1 paragraph: now what?