FHIR Patient Care Resources
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This wiki page contains information related to a set of activities initiated March 2014 to facilitate contributions by PCWG members for continuous improvements of FHIR clinical DSTU resources, and to develop new FHIR clinical resources to meet stakeholder requirements.
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Leadership
- 3 Conference Call Details and Minutes
- 4 PCWG FHIR Resource Projects and Discussion Topics
- 5 FHIR Clinician Connectathon
- 6 FHIR Clinical Resources
- 7 FHIR Processes & Tooling Learning Resources
- 8 FHIR ValueSets
FHIR® – Fast Health Interoperable Resources (hl7.org/fhir) – is a next generation standards framework created by HL7. FHIR combines the best features of HL7’s Version 2, Version 3 and CDA® product lines while leveraging the latest web standards and applying a tight focus on implementability.
FHIR solutions are built from a set of modular components called “Resources”. These resources can easily be assembled into working systems that solve real world clinical and administrative problems at a fraction of the price of existing alternatives. FHIR is suitable for use in a wide variety of contexts – mobile phone apps, cloud communications, EHR-based data sharing, server communication in large institutional healthcare providers, and much more
A number of FHIR clinical resources were developed, passed ballots and reached DSTU status in January 2014.
PCWG works closely with FHIR team to provide clinical and clinical informatics (and where appropriate, engineering) inputs to help continuous improvement of these resources
PCWG members also work closely with FHIR team to develop new FHIR clinical resources
This is the landing page providing interested parties with relevant information on these activities
- All PCWG co-chairs
- FHIR liaison for PCWG:
- David Hay
Conference Call Details and Minutes
Conference call: Audio and Webex
- Audio details:
- Phone Number: +1 770-657-9270
- Participant Passcode: 943377
- WebEx details:
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PCWG FHIR Resource Projects and Discussion Topics
PCWG is collaborating with FHIR team to develop a set of PCWG domain specific FHIR resources that are intended to meet the requirements of its stakeholders.
Active PCWG FHIR Resource Projects
New PCWG FHIR Resource Proposals
Place holder for other PCWG specific FHIR Resources
FHIR Clinical Resources Discussion Topics
FHIR Clinician Connectathon
The FHIR Clinician Connectathon are a set of clinician led activities designed to test the clinical validity, accuracy, usuability ... of FHIR Clinical Resources
The idea was suggested by the FHIR team to co-chairs of Patient Care Workgroup. It was well received and a small "FHIR Clinician Connectathon Group" was form.
The following link provides more details about this initiative.
The FHIR Clinical Connectathon has been renamed to FHIR Clinician Connectathon as of November 2014
FHIR Clinical Resources
These clinical resources are under stewardship of PCWG:
- 1. Adverse Reaction (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/adversereaction.html)
- 2. Allergy Intolerance (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/allergyintolerance.html)
- 3. Care Plan (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/careplan.html)
- 4. Condition (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/condition.html)
- 5. Family History (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/familyhistory.html)
- 6. Procedure (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/procedure.html)
- 7. Questionnaire (http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/fhir/questionnaire.html)
- 8. QuestionnairAnswer (http://hl7-fhir.github.io/questionnaireanswers.html)
Other Clinical-Related FHIR Resources: (under stewardship of other HL7 WGs)
FHIR Processes & Tooling Learning Resources
The FHIR team has produced a number of resources that are useful for those who are interested in learning about FHIR, to explore and develop domain specific FHIR resources
Here are the links to some very useful resources:
- Creating Examples in FHIR:
- HL7/FHIR and openEHR joint review of "Adverse Reaction" clinical model
- - HL7/FHIR and openEHR have set up a joint review process to review an "Adverse Reaction" clinical model (archetype)
- - The steps for signing up and review through the openEHR clinical knowledge manager (CKM) collaborative environment are summerised in this ppt file:
- - openEHR CKM "Adverse Reaction" clinical model review sign up and review process steps
Value sets are an integral part of any resource which communicates coded patient information. Draft/candidate value sets can be located at DRAFT FHIR ValueSets.