For those who missed it, or want to watch again, Redox's Marketing Director, QuHarrison Terry spoke at CES 2018 in Las Vegas discussing the added benefits of democratized digital health data in the new era of healthcare. For more information, visit https://www.redoxengine.com
Views: 929 Redox
As the healthcare industry moves closer to full scale implementation of health information exchanges and integrated delivery networks, the call for data integrity and interoperability standards has grown increasingly louder to help ensure that data quality isn't compromised so physicians and patients can have complete confidence in the information reflected by their electronic health records. We interviewed John Donnelly, President of IntePro Solutions in Colonia NJ and an expert in healthcare technology standards, interoperability and innovation about data integrity and data standardization protocols in the context of the shift to electronic medical records and the subsequent data sharing across health information exchanges.
Views: 7748 M2SYS
The ability for computer systems to exchange and make use of information are becoming more critical to business success. Technical solutions involve a combination of user interfaces, data harmonization, and APIs for data exchange.
Views: 43 Small Footprint, Inc.
From short doctor visits to rushed appointments, the current state of the medical industry means that patients have to introduce themselves and their medical history every single time they see a doctor. The Center for Medical Interoperability, like the Patient Safety Movement, is working to create a better system that shares information between hospitals. This will allow doctors to know what tests to order and the result will be improved healthcare quality for patients.
Views: 266 Patient Safety Movement
Video provides Insight into the interoperability framework that is connecting health information networks throughout the country to finally deliver on the vision of a connected U.S. health IT network.
Views: 524 Sequoia Project
The digital revolution of the past decade has disrupted countless industries. Yet, its impact on health care remains modest. The causes are manifold, but a clear culprit is the ongoing struggle to connect and share information across the disparate technologies that comprise our health care system. This session explores solutions to health care’s data “liquidity problem,” addressing topics such as electronic health record interoperability, data quality and access, privacy and security, and conflicting business models. Part of the 2018 EHR National Symposium at Stanford. Panelists include: * Julia Adler-Milstein. UCSF * Aneesh Chopra, CareJourney * Jessica Kahn, McKinsey & Company * Dennis Lund, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford * Lucia Savage, Omada Health Moderator: Clifton Leaf, Fortune and Brainstorm Health For more on the symposium: http://med.stanford.edu/ehr/research.html
Views: 611 Stanford Medicine
Healthcare today is complex: Many systems collect data on vitals and beep about updates, and care is coordinated by diverse teams. Both the systems and the care team members need to be able to share important information related to patient care, like admissions and discharges; new test results; and patient information contained in the EHR. Interoperability is when the various systems involved enable this process to happen efficiently and allow caregivers to use the best tools to support their workflows, regardless of the original source of data.
Views: 1238 Spok
Video provides Insight into the interoperability framework that is connecting health information networks throughout the country to finally deliver on the vision of a connected U.S. health IT network.
Views: 1080 Sequoia Project
The ability to exchange healthcare information between systems is important to achieve the triple aim – better heath for individuals, better care for populations, and greater cost efficiency in care. In 2012, a new version of the HL7 standard emerged for information exchange: Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®). This webinar will explore how FHIR® facilitates easier exchange of healthcare data between systems in a straightforward yet secure manner. Keeping the complexity of healthcare data in mind, FHIR® was created with a modern, internet-based approach to connecting different elements. FHIR® builds a base set of resources that satisfy the majority of use cases. In this webinar, you will learn: • The business case for adopting FHIR® • Terminology such as “resources”, "profiles", and “data elements” • How FHIR® supports information exchange • Current success stories around FHIR® http://www.intersystems.com
Views: 1955 InterSystemsCorp
Driving innovation and leveraging years of experience in the healthcare industry, GE Healthcare's eHealth Solutions is a leading provider of health information exchange (HIE). Providing clinical information within existing workflows allows providers to have the relevant information they need to provide the best care. Our standards based technology supports secure exchange of patient data in virtually any scenario -- between providers, across regions and provinces.
Views: 22641 GE Healthcare
Energistics WITSML was developed to promote the right-time, seamless flow of well data between operators and service companies, as well as regulatory agencies, to speed and enhance decision-making and reporting. (www.energistics.org)
Views: 2229 Energistics Organization
What is SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY? What does SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY mean? SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY meaning - SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY definition - SEMANTIC INTEROPERABILITY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Semantic interoperability is the ability of computer systems to exchange data with unambiguous, shared meaning. Semantic interoperability is a requirement to enable machine computable logic, inferencing, knowledge discovery, and data federation between information systems. Semantic interoperability is therefore concerned not just with the packaging of data (syntax), but the simultaneous transmission of the meaning with the data (semantics). This is accomplished by adding data about the data (metadata), linking each data element to a controlled, shared vocabulary. The meaning of the data is transmitted with the data itself, in one self-describing "information package" that is independent of any information system. It is this shared vocabulary, and its associated links to an ontology, which provides the foundation and capability of machine interpretation, inferencing, and logic. Syntactic interoperability is a prerequisite for semantic interoperability. Syntactic interoperability refers to the packaging and transmission mechanisms for data. In healthcare, HL7 has been in use for over thirty years (which predates the internet and web technology), and uses the pipe character (|) as a data delimiter. The current internet standard for document markup is XML, which uses "" as a data delimiter. The data delimiters convey no meaning to the data other than to structure the data. Without a data dictionary to translate the contents of the delimiters, the data remains meaningless. While there are many attempts at creating data dictionaries and information models to associate with these data packaging mechanisms, none have been practical to implement. This has only perpetuated the ongoing "babelization" of data and inability to exchange of data with meaning. Since the introduction of the Semantic Web concept by Tim Berners-Lee in 1999, there has been growing interest and application of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium, WWWC) standards to provide web-scale semantic data exchange, federation, and inferencing capabilities. Syntactic interoperability, provided by for instance XML or the SQL standards, is a pre-requisite to semantic. It involves a common data format and common protocol to structure any data so that the manner of processing the information will be interpretable from the structure. It also allows detection of syntactic errors, thus allowing receiving systems to request resending of any message that appears to be garbled or incomplete. No semantic communication is possible if the syntax is garbled or unable to represent the data. However, information represented in one syntax may in some cases be accurately translated into a different syntax. Where accurate translation of syntaxes is possible, systems using different syntaxes may also interoperate accurately. In some cases the ability to accurately translate information among systems using different syntaxes may be limited to one direction, when the formalisms used have different levels of expressivity (ability to express information). A single ontology containing representations of every term used in every application is generally considered impossible, because of the rapid creation of new terms or assignments of new meanings to old terms. However, though it is impossible to anticipate every concept that a user may wish to represent in a computer, there is the possibility of finding some finite set of "primitive" concept representations that can be combined to create any of the more specific concepts that users may need for any given set of applications or ontologies. ...
Views: 967 The Audiopedia
Tadej Gabrijel (e-Government Expert, Ministry of Public Administration, Slovenia) on: The Semantic Interoperability Community (SEMIC) action of the ISA2 programme organised a webinar on “Artificial Intelligence and Public Administrations" on the 9th of April 2019. The webinar, attracting more than 230 participants, explored the potential of artificial intelligence for public services, with a particular focus on a “semantics” perspective. Experts from public administrations in Finland, Japan and Slovenia, working on AI topics, shared different policy approaches to AI, insights and use cases. Mr Tadej Gabrijel, e-Government Expert of the Slovenian Ministry of Public Administration explains in his presentation the technical infrastructure established by Slovenia to enable electronic data exchange between public administrations and highlights the potentials of machine learning. More about the webinar. https://europa.eu/!gm67HB Interested in the SEMIC action? • Visit the ISA2 website https://europa.eu/!Bf98Yn • Join the SEMIC community on Joinup https://europa.eu/!Uk86dV • Follow us on Twitter (@EU_ISA2) and LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/isa2programme/
Views: 51 ISA2 programme
The Sequoia Project is the leading interoperability organization in the United States, pioneering the nation’s first public-private health data sharing network (eHealth Exchange) and a new national-level trust framework for exchange among networks (Carequality). Mariann Yeager, CEO, will share valuable insights from building nationwide health data sharing initiatives, which enable exchange across disparate geographies, vendors, technologies and networks. Discussion will include a history of the evolving market and government dynamics, privacy challenges, incentives to share data, and other lessons learned regarding barriers to exchange faced in the U.S. and Canada. Mariann Yeager, Chief Executive Officer, The Sequoia Project
Views: 172 InfowayInforoute
The panel discussion included Tony Field, Chairman, DLMS Association; Ed Beroset, Principal Technical Leader, AMI Research, EPRI and Larry Colton, Director, DLMS. The group unpacks how to ensure good organisation to back up the standard being used, a good support network, as well as an inclusive network of consultants and certification houses that can ensure an interoperable design.
Views: 77 Smart Energy TV
At the FT Digital Health Summit Europe, held in London on 16 June 2016, Sarah Haywood, CEO of MedCity, London, United Kingdom, explains that interoperability in the context of healthcare means the ability of different computer systems to communicate, exchange data and use the information that has been exchanged effectively. Visit our website | http://www.patientpower.eu/ Follow on Twitter | https://twitter.com/patientpowereu Like on Facebook | https://www.fb.com/patientpower.europe
Views: 1419 Patient Power Europe
e-CODEX is a large scale pilot project co-funded by the European Commission and the Partners. The goal of the e-CODEX project is to improve the cross-border access of citizens and businesses to legal means in Europe as well as to improve the interoperability between legal authorities within the EU.
Views: 1350 eCODEXeu
Classic HL7 interfaces are being augmented by APIs and HL7 FHIR: Are you ready? Learn how APIs and HL7 FHIR are changing how IT departments manage patient data. This webinar will answer the following: What’s driving the industry toward web APIs? What’s the difference between traditional interfaces and APIs? What is the role of HL7 FHIR in API data exchange? How will APIs and FHIR open the door to new workflow solutions? How will HIEs, integration engines, and API managers work together? This webinar is presented by Dave Shaver. Dave is the Chief Technology Officer at Corepoint Health, member of the HL7 Board of Directors, and co-chair of the HL7 FHIR Governance Committee
Views: 205 Corepoint Health
Major updates are included in the 10.1 version of the ArcGIS Data Interoperability Extension (based on FME technology). Discover how core areas have been streamlined, making data transformation easier and more powerful for tasks such as loading databases, doing CAD / GIS data exchange, and performing data validation. Learn about what else is new including: next generation support for 3D, LiDAR, and XML; additional supported formats; and a plethora of speed and usability enhancements.
Views: 7212 FME Channel
Meet, Redox. The organization building the data sharing infrastructure needed to realize the promise of digital health.
Views: 284 Redox
Washington DC Area Apache Spark Interactive 22 July 2014 Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, and Pivotal come together to discuss Apache Spark Dan Baskette ,Principal Community ,Pivotal Keys Botzum ,Senior Principal Technologist ,MapR Technologies Casey Stella ,Principal Architect ,Hortonworks Ted Malaska ,Sr. Solutions Architect ,Cloudera
Views: 143 DC Tech Expo
See how our comprehensive managed service enables cross-institute interoperability to bridge gaps in communication and information. Innovative solutions with single-point integration enable information to flow enterprise-wide. Facilitating the exchange of information within and across enterprises can improve clinical and IT workflows and enhance patient care. Being able to do that within your existing infrastructure means we can help optimize your enterprise management and enhance your investments. Philips IntelliSpace Enterprise Edition provides a single, comprehensive patient view for the right care at the right time. Learn more at https://www.philips.com/intelliSpaceEnterpriseEdition
Views: 128 Philips Healthcare
Edifecs head of advisory services, Raj Sundar talks about role of interoperability/Smart trading in healthcare transformation effecting the delivery of care, cost and quality of healthcare. He highlights disconnects between government healthcare programs like ACOs, Shared savings and dual eligible, resulting in disconnected clinical initiatives undertaken by health plans. An important factor for success of these initiatives is collaboration – Collaboration between programs within, government- non-government entities and most importantly payer and provider collaboration. The core of collaboration lies at the ability to manage exchange of large data sets – Administrative data, clinical data, hence making interoperability a norm, clinical data exchange a norm. At the very foundation of this collaboration is also supporting infrastructure to enable the interoperability, the data exchange. Along with complexity of data type and predicted serge in clinical data, infrastructure become further important part of healthcare transformation puzzle. Walking the audience through the maturity model of this transformation, Raj highlights important factors health plans should be considering and right set of infrastructure investment to achieve interoperability. The stages of interoperability maturity industry is going through, headed to and the infrastructure required to support that shift.
Views: 286 Edifecs
Title: OCHA Centre for Humanitarian Data and the Humanitarian Data Exchange Abstract: An introduction to the work of UNOCHA’s Centre for Humanitarian Data highlighting its four areas of work; data services, data policy, data literacy and network engagement. The presentation will conclude with a demo of the Humanitarian Data Exchange, UNOCHA’s open platform where you can find, share and use humanitarian data all in one place. Bio: Godfrey Takavarasha is the Data Manager at Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX) where he works with information managers from around the world to build OCHA’s platform for open data sharing. Godfrey has worked for over 15 years in a variety of information management roles with the United Nations and the private sector in Zimbabwe, South Sudan, the United States, and the Netherlands. Godfrey has a Bachelor of Business Studies and Computer Science from the University of Zimbabwe and a master’s degree in Development Studies from the University of the Free State in South Africa.
Views: 175 Ringvorlesung im Bevölkerungsschutz
This presentation discusses the fundamental need for representing individual- and community-level social and behavioral determinants of health (SDH) variables in common vocabulary standards. We explore how enriching existing standards with representations of SDH measures can improve interoperable sharing, aggregation, and computation in clinical, population, and research applications. This session highlights the growing momentum for incorporating SDH variables in LOINC, a freely available international standard for identifying health measurements, observations, and documents. As a widely adopted vocabulary standard in EHRs, LOINC codes enable interoperable data exchange and promotes reuse of this data through aggregation, analytics, and cross-study comparisons. This session provides an overview of LOINC’s current model, coverage for representing SDH content, and how implementers can use this content. We also discuss the current efforts to catalyze addition of SDH content in LOINC and how users can propose new individual or community level variables for inclusion. Presented by Daniel J. Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS, FACMI on 2018-08-20 at Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis.
Views: 83 LOINC
Interoperability is one of the four pillars of the FAIR principles, but it can be one of the more difficult aspects of FAIR to achieve. “Data interoperability addresses the ability of systems and services that create, exchange and consume data to have clear, shared expectations for the contents, context and meaning of that data.” (http://datainteroperability.org) The FAIR principles refer to the interoperability of both data and metadata, and mentions vocabularies, shared languages for knowledge representation, and qualified reference to metadata. What does this all mean, and how does it work in practice? In this webinar we unpack just what interoperability means, talk about why it’s so useful, and how it can be done in practice. Slides available from the ARDC website: https://ardc.edu.au/resources/ardc-presentations/
Views: 42 Australian Research Data Commons - ARDC
August 13, 2014 Planning & Architecture SIG Meeting Pamela Wise-Martinez, Senior Strategic Enterprise Architect for the Program Manager–Information Sharing Environment, Office of the Director of Intelligence (ODNI), spoke on Project Interoperability: Information Exchange Patterns Addressing Challenges for Enterprise Data. Organizations are focused on data and standards to adopt, this is the right thing, but interoperable services engineering moves the discussion to delivery and outcome. This requires real disciplines and governance, adopting exchange patterns to orchestrate policy, rules, and services can move organization from building stove pipes of data to enterprise data. Speaker Bio Ms. Pamela Wise-Martinez is a strategic technology and business leader with over 20 years’ experience in innovation, research and development, architecture and systems engineering. As a futurist, she is driven to create a business evolution through service architecture disciplines and innovation. Today, Ms. Wise-Martinez is Senior Strategic Enterprise Architect for the Program Manager –Information Sharing Environment, Office of the Director of Intelligence (ODNI), responsible articulating and delivering the Information Sharing Environment (ISE) Interoperability Framework Integrated Landscape (I2FIL). The I2FIL implements a holistic approach using cross-linking business and technical management disciplines in Architecture, Profiles, and Industry Standards and Specifications engineering disciplines. Recently, accepted Information and Interoperability Services Government Domain Taskforce Chair at the Object Management Group international standards development organization.
Views: 71 actiac
The Orange Button, along with its companion Blue and Green Button, is a national collaboration effort funded by the DOE SunShot program to increase solar bankability by reducing soft costs and improving access to financial products with data analytics enabled by the adoption and implementation of standards along with the creation of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Orange Button is just one of many federal initiatives to promote, if not mandate, data standards. These mandates are not limited to certain industry segments, but will apply across the spectrum of stakeholders. The more the evolution of data standards crosses over industry segments and enables data interoperability on key common data elements regardless of industry, the more the adoption and implementation will be a benefit, instead of a burden. The more the Orange Button provides benefits, the more successful the Orange Button will be in meetings its specific objectives. The internet, online applications and the cloud allows multipurpose data exchange between stakeholders, commonly referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). Being able to securely share information confident that the data is “apples to apples” requires a collaborative effort and consensus on the data definitions for each data element and to have that shared “dictionary of terms” as a national resource, such as the XBRL Taxonomy for public companies to exchange data with the Securities and Exchange. The big push for renewable energy creates both opportunities and risks for utilities, developers, contractors, manufactures and other stakeholders involved as the challenge of multi-participant construction of solar projects with increasing demands for data interoperability, and emerging IoT products and services, are made significantly more complex when Cyber risk is factored in.
Views: 8 XBRL-CET
This video from the IMPACT Act and Assessment Data Element Standardization and Interoperability presentation held August 10, 2016, provides information on the Improvidng Post-Acute Care Transformation (IMPACT) Act and assessment data element standardization and interoperability. Speakers include a representative from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and a private sector expert knowledgeable about the IMPACT Act, health IT, and health information exchange including the exchange of assessment data elements.
Views: 598 CMSHHSgov
Is there new hope for open application development in healthcare? Experts on this panel will discuss why a new data standard, called FHIR “Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources”, is poised to shatter current data exchange barriers and enable a new exciting era of plug-and-play health IT solutions. Moderator: Brent Hicks, Director IT, Clinical Solutions, Cleveland Clinic Aashima Gupta, VP, Digital Transformation, Healthcare, Apigee Niko Skievaski, President & Co-founder, Redox David McCallie, Jr, MD, SVP Medical Informatics, Cerner Corporation Viet Nguyen, MD, CMO, Leidos
Views: 205 Cleveland Clinic
Semantic Interoperability is where the meaning of data can be shared among systems. FHIM, CIMI, SOLOR and EHR-S FM are useful in themselves; but together, they can significantly improve computable semantic interoperability for clinical decision support, analytics and reasoning. 1. FHIM has aligned terminology and value sets across multiple standards, including HL7, X12N, NCPDP, DICOM and more. 2. EHRs and H-I-E networks can be better aligned by using FHIM as a healthcare clinical information requirements repository and data dictionary covering 30+ clinical domains. 3. FHIM has been aligned with HL7’s CIMI, HL7 EHR-S FM and HSPC SOLOR to better achieve the 21st Century Cures Act TEFCA and US-CDI policies and interoperability objective set by ONC. 4. FHIM, CIMI, SOLOR and EHR-S FM alignment result in faster, better, cheaper service oriented architectures and component-based services-platforms for enterprises and Health Information Exchange networks. Patient Safety, Quality of Care, Lower Cost comes from well-tested reusable HL7 FIRE, C-CDA and V2 APIs, S-O-A platforms, components and services. 5. FHIM-CIMI-SOLOR-EHRS FM extend HL7’s FIRE, C-CDA and V2 profile applicability by reducing variability and maintaining requirements traceability within Enterprises and H-I-E Health Information Exchange networks. JUSTIFICATION: FHIM is like a semantic interoperability “Rosetta” stone among standards; where, - H-I-E Health Information Exchanges speak different dialects known as standards versions, resulting from standards evolving and being sunset and replaced over time. - FHIM, CIMI, SOLOR, EHR-S FM are useful in themselves; where, derivative HL7 FIRE, C-CDA and V2 artefacts used within industry and Federal Agencies improve: * EHR and ancillary systems, such as lab, imaging and pharmacy interoperability * EHR systems and H-I-E networks interoperability * Interoperability among Multiple H-I-E networks forming regional and Nationwide Health Information Networks called N-HINs. * ONC TEFCA Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement Qualified HINs called Q-HINs. ACRONYMS - FHIM is the Federal Health Information Model sponsored by the US Health and Human Services Office of the National Coordinator. - CIMI is THE HL7 Clinical Information Model Initiative led by Intermountain Healthcare. - EHR-S FM is the HL7 EHR System Functional Model led by the HL7 EHR workgroup - SOLOR IS THE HSPC Healthcare Services Platform Consortium S-N-O-M-E-D extension for LOINC and RxNorm led by the V-A. - V-SAC is the National Library of Medicine Value set Authority Center. - TEFCA is the ONC Trusted Exchange Framework and Common Agreement. - US-CDI is the ONC Common Data for Interoperability.
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Clinical interoperability is a high priority for all healthcare organizations and providers in today's environment, but what does that really mean for providers? How does it impact decision-support processes, value-based payment models, and, most importantly, the patient care experience? In this video, Dr. Tom Deas, Jr., shares his insights and first-hand experience on the benefits received and value that can be realized -- for providers, patients and all those involved in the delivery of care -- with clinical data interoperability, timely exchange of patient health information and the effective use of analytics at the point of care. Dr. Tom Deas, Jr., is the Director of Physician Development at North Texas Specialty Physicians (NTSP), and Chief Medical Officer for Sandlot Solutions, a leading community health interoperability and analytics provider. NTSP is an independent physician association comprised of more than 600 primary care and specialty physicians with a core business of managing risk for more than 60,000 Medicare Advantage patients. Since 2010, NTSP has used the Sandlot Solutions platform to achieve greater interoperability through community-based health data exchange and analytics, improving coordination of care, reducing readmissions rates and increasing quality scores. Today, over three million comprehensive patient records are in the exchange. Learn more at http://www.sandlotsolutions.com.
Views: 206 sandlotsolutions
The Orange Button, along with its companion Blue and Green Button, is a national collaboration effort funded by the DOE SunShot program to increase solar bankability by reducing soft costs and improving access to financial products with data analytics enabled by the adoption and implementation of standards along with the creation of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Orange Button is just one of many federal initiatives to promote, if not mandate, data standards. These mandates are not limited to certain industry segments, but will apply across the spectrum of stakeholders. The more the evolution of data standards crosses over industry segments and enables data interoperability on key common data elements regardless of industry, the more the adoption and implementation will be a benefit, instead of a burden. The more the Orange Button provides benefits, the more successful the Orange Button will be in meetings its specific objectives. The internet, online applications and the cloud allows multipurpose data exchange between stakeholders, commonly referred to as the Internet of Things (IoT). Being able to securely share information confident that the data is “apples to apples” requires a collaborative effort and consensus on the data definitions for each data element and to have that shared “dictionary of terms” as a national resource, such as the XBRL Taxonomy for public companies to exchange data with the Securities and Exchange. The big push for renewable energy creates both opportunities and risks for utilities, developers, contractors, manufactures and other stakeholders involved as the challenge of multi-participant construction of solar projects with increasing demands for data interoperability, and emerging IoT products and services, are made significantly more complex when Cyber risk is factored in. Welcome and Opening Remarks K. Dixon Wright, Wells Fargo Insurance Services The National Data Initiative – How we got the “Button” for Data Interoperability Mr. Alfred R. Berkeley Former Acting Chairman of the President's National Infrastructure Advisory Council Former Chairman of XBRL US, Former Director of XBRL International Cyber Risk and the Smart Grid General Keith Alexander (Ret.), Founder and CEO of IronNet Cybersecurity Former head of U.S. Cyber Command, National Security Agency and Central Security Service The Orange Button – Platform for Collaboration on National Data Standards for Energy. Tom Tansy, Chairman SunSpec Alliance – Awardee of Orange Button Jerry Hight, California State University Chico Director of Strategic Partnerships Assistant to the Dean and Director of Advancement - College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Construction Management
Views: 48 XBRL-CET
The inefficiencies of doctors’ appointments and hospital stays have been the butt of jokes for decades. While sorting through bills or waiting on hold with insurance companies, patients are likely to ask, “Why can’t these offices talk with each other?” -- Or -- “Why can’t the machines in the same hospital talk to each other?” The answer for too many years has been “It’s complicated.” In 2017, that excuse will be tossed out the window, fax machine and all. Digital interoperability is complex in healthcare, which must weigh privacy, security and accuracy concerns. But in-house systems have become so diverse and convoluted, it’s hard for different systems to communicate and nearly impossible for new software companies to penetrate the industry. 2017 marks the year we finally make sense of the tangled web healthcare has woven. FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is a new tool soon to be released by an international committee called HL7. It will essentially function as an interpreter between two healthcare systems or offices that have developed their own languages. The first release will focus on clinical data, like images and medications, while the second will focus on administrative data, like billing and demographics. There are huge implications for healthcare beyond the interoperability of their systems. Innovators and entrepreneurs everywhere can finally take a crack at building smart, data-driven technologies that can be built to a FHIR standard, allowing new technologies to be adopted anywhere. FHIR not only marks a potential end of the frustration, it paves the way for a surge of life-saving health information technology.
Views: 2354 Cleveland Clinic
New policies, technology advances, and evolving customer expectations are altering the healthcare landscape. At the heart of all this lies the interoperability of patient data. The Apigee Health APIx solution accelerates interoperability, enabling healthcare providers to quickly begin using FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) API-based digital services to bootstrap internal and external innovation. Learn more about this innovative solution in a wide ranging interview with Aashima Gupta, Apigee’s healthcare industry leader. Questions for our speakers? Email [email protected] Download the slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/apigee/jumpstart-health-data-interoperability-with-apigee-health-apix
Views: 975 apigee
FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources) is the new, modern standard for transferring Healthcare Data over the web. Here we talk a little about what makes FHIR different and why it's so exciting for developers in the Healthcare space. FHIR Development Site - https://www.hl7.org/fhir/ Argonaut Project Page - http://argonautwiki.hl7.org/index.php
Views: 5255 Eligible
Building on previous engagement with the health and social care service in England, this WebEx is to engage the INTEROPen community, www.interopen.org, on the current thinking by NHS England, NHS Digital and the PRSB on the interoperability priorities to enable improvements in care delivery. Please use this following questionnaire https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd89cAqDeDNJpZPc6SEj0usTsCONt00fSffBWi2tdJQrp0V7g/viewform (to be completed by close of play Tuesday 6th November) to help shape the national direction for the delivery of interoperability standards. The presentation can be found here https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1QNW4_PA5HUAkvIrkl1PiLxcileY1oWoBIYeow1Zjkjc/edit?usp=sharing As background, linked to the Secretary of State’s announcements in support of digital transformation of health and social care, https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/the-future-of-healthcare-our-vision-for-digital-data-and-technology-in-health-and-care/the-future-of-healthcare-our-vision-for-digital-data-and-technology-in-health-and-care, NHS Digital has published beta content which recognises a role for INTEROPen, the PRSB and vendors, especially in terms of collaboration and curation of standards: • data and technology standards framework, https://digital.nhs.uk/about-nhs-digital/our-work/nhs-digital-data-and-technology-standards/framework#supporting-adoption-of-the-standards • clinical information standards, https://digital.nhs.uk/about-nhs-digital/our-work/nhs-digital-data-and-technology-standards/clinical-information-standards
Views: 331 INTEROP SUMMIT
Business inter-operability has been a strategic imperative for decades but the medium of connectivity has evolved, and so has the richness of partner / B2B relationships. Sumit Sharma from Mulesoft will take us on a journey from the days of EDI to today -- the API -- and provide context on how the B2B technology landscape is ripe for more disruption through APIs. For more information on this subject, read "APIs Are Involving the B2B Landscape" here: http://nordicapis.com/apis-are-evolving-the-b2b-landscape-2/ The presentation was recorded at Nordic APIs Copenhagen, a part of the Nordic APIs tour 2014.
Views: 2871 Nordic APIs
Mid Term Presentation for Laboratory Data Exchange with FHIR (Import/Export FHIR Diagnostic Report).
Views: 79 Milan Karunarathne
The RESQML standard facilitates data exchange among the many software applications used along the E&P subsurface workflow, which helps promote interoperability and data integrity among these applications and improves workflow efficiency and flexibility. Join Energistics and guest presenter Lisa Towery of BP to learn more about RESQML from an Operator's perspective and how it addresses well-known challenges including: data loss, knowledge loss, rigid workflows, uncertainty and non-productive time.
Views: 319 Energistics Organization
David Medyckyj-Scott and Alistair Ritchie. This presentation describes the results of the Soil Data Interoperability Experiment conducted by the OGC Agriculture Domain Working Group in 2015. Soil data exchange and analysis needs a widely agreed international standard for the exchange of data describing soils. The experiment evaluated existing work towards soil data exchange standards and reconciled them into common specification that was successfully tested through the deployment of a working systems. This draft specification should form the basis of a more comprehensive one to be developed by a future OGC working group.
Views: 39 Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research
Media design and graphics artists whose creative toolsets include Adobe® After Effects® software can now enjoy a level of interoperability with 3ds Max that sets a higher standard for 2D/3D data exchange. The new Media Sync functionality provides two-way transfer of cameras, lights, null objects, plane objects/solids, footage (including footage layering), blend modes, opacity, and effects; with it, artists can iterate more effectively and reduce rework to complete projects in less time.
Views: 33855 Autodesk
OPC-UA is the interoperability standard for the secure and reliable exchange of data and information in the industrial automation space and in other industries. It is platform independent and ensures the seamless flow of information among devices from multiple vendors. This presentation will introduce the key concepts and architecture of the OPC-UA standard and key steps for integrating OPC-UA into an Industrie4.0 and IoT solutions.
Views: 16077 Eclipse Foundation