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==Sunday Q3/Q4 (joint with FHIR)==
 
==Sunday Q3/Q4 (joint with FHIR)==
 
#Administrative (max. 5 minutes)
 
#Administrative (max. 5 minutes)
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#Clinical decision Support - CDS-on-FHIR (Bryn Rhodes, Database Consulting Group, US) (max 20 minutes)
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#*Bryn is one of the leads of the CDS connectathin track. He;ll present both an introduction to the subject, as well as a summary of the implementation experience from the connect-a-thon.
 
#How to cope with SNOMED within FHIR Resources (Richard Esmond) (max. 30 minutes)
 
#How to cope with SNOMED within FHIR Resources (Richard Esmond) (max. 30 minutes)
 
#*SNOMED-CT has emerged as the 'go-to' code-set for expressing clinical elements within FHIR Resources. The SNOMED-CT Ontology offers tremendous power leverage its Description-Logic model to perform filtering, categorization and decomposition of Pre-Coordinated concepts into their more basic components for advanced evaluation.  
 
#*SNOMED-CT has emerged as the 'go-to' code-set for expressing clinical elements within FHIR Resources. The SNOMED-CT Ontology offers tremendous power leverage its Description-Logic model to perform filtering, categorization and decomposition of Pre-Coordinated concepts into their more basic components for advanced evaluation.  

Revision as of 10:00, 12 December 2015

This is the agenda of the AID WG for the WGM in Orlanda FL, January 2016.

Sunday Q3/Q4 (joint with FHIR)

  1. Administrative (max. 5 minutes)
  2. Clinical decision Support - CDS-on-FHIR (Bryn Rhodes, Database Consulting Group, US) (max 20 minutes)
    • Bryn is one of the leads of the CDS connectathin track. He;ll present both an introduction to the subject, as well as a summary of the implementation experience from the connect-a-thon.
  3. How to cope with SNOMED within FHIR Resources (Richard Esmond) (max. 30 minutes)
    • SNOMED-CT has emerged as the 'go-to' code-set for expressing clinical elements within FHIR Resources. The SNOMED-CT Ontology offers tremendous power leverage its Description-Logic model to perform filtering, categorization and decomposition of Pre-Coordinated concepts into their more basic components for advanced evaluation.
    • Richard (based on his own experiences) will explain and demonstrate the underlying concepts and operations.
  4. Reserved for FHIR Implementation Presentations

Monday Q3

  1. Administrative (max. 5 minutes)
  2. Reference Implementation for C-CDA Validator (Calvin Beebe) (max. 20 minutes)
    • A number of the CDA IGs generated at HL7 are based on the Lantana Trifolia Workbench. One of the outputs from the workbench are Schematron files. Using a light weight batch script process a locally runnable validation process has been created which will perform 4 different validations on a CDA document. These are C-CDA R1.1, C-CDA R2.1, CDA schema, and a UCUM. Review on the process and demo will be provided.
  3. Other topics

Wednesday Q4

  1. Administrative
  2. Project and issue review
    1. Project #550 - Whitepaper review: project details, List of AID Whitepapers
      • Those present agree with the current list of whitepapers, inclusive of the two new ones (v2-FHIR mapping, FHIR server design). We'll discintinue the development of Persisting FHIR Resources and include its contents in the FHIR Server design whitepaper.
    2. Project #1178 - Implementation Packages
      • Upon review of the functional requirement those present agree that they reflect what a newbie implementer would find useful. Next step: find appropriate tools etc. to create the v2 implementation package.
    3. Issue List Category:AID_Issue
  3. Other topics