HIMSS 2017 Patient Choice
HIMSS 2017 Orlando Overview
Featuring HL7 FHIR® Consent and Consent2Share with UMA and Smart on FHIR Authorization Servers, ONC Patient Choice pilots, VA, and MiHIN join SAMHSA to demonstrate how emerging technologies can protect sensitive patient health information in implementer friendly ways.
The storyboards show how Alice, a disabled veteran, uses FHIR and OAuth 2.0 for Basic and Research Patient Choice to enable sharing providers to apply and comply with laws for specially protected information such as 42 CFR Part 2, Michigan Mental Health Code, and Title 38 Section 7332.
Michigan Health Information Network (MiHIN) mediates coordination of Alice’s community based behavioral health through the VA Choice Program with her VA providers, facilitated by SAMHSA’s Consent2Share platform.
Alice’s participation in the Million Veteran Program is also facilitated by SAMHSA’s Consent2Share FHIR Research Consent. MiHIN uses HL7 Security Label “Privacy Tags” with an innovative internal rules engine approach to enforcing Alice’s consents. VA uses a newly proposed OAuth 2.0 profile for Cascading Authorization Servers so that the VA’s Smart on FHIR Authorization Server can enforce consents that Alice controls with her User Managed Access (UMA) Authorization Server.
To assure Alice’s providers about the trustworthiness of her research data, FHIR Provenance is used to track its lifecycle. Components of this demonstration are in production or being piloted by the participating organizations, and their architects and developers, as well as those involved with development of these standards, will be on hand to answer your questions.