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==Project Leaders==
 
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: '''[mailto:crystal.kallem@ahima.org Crystal Kallem]'''
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: '''[mailto:Rachel.Richesson@epi.usf.edu Rachel Richesson]'''
:: American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
 
:: Phone: 312-233-1537
 
  
: '''[mailto:Rachel.Richesson@epi.usf.edu Rachel Richesson]'''
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: '''[mailto:crystal.kallem@lantanagroup.com Crystal Kallem]'''
:: University of South Florida (USF)
 
  
: '''[mailto:don.mon@ahima.org Don Mon]'''
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: '''[mailto:donmon@comcast.net Don Mon]'''
:: American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA)
 
  
 
==Meeting Information==
 
==Meeting Information==

Revision as of 23:23, 12 December 2011

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
Next call: Friday, August 26, 2011 at 12:00 pm ET
Phone Number: (770) 657-9270
Participant Passcode: 510269

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.

Draft Diabe-DS White Paper - Summary of Progress and Findings.pdf

  • A draft summary of the project methodology 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