The Registries on FHIR Common Clinical Data Set
Facilitated by NQRN Interoperability Work Group members
1. Marketing & governance – Lead: Steve Bratt (confirmed)
Decision makers. What do we need to do at governance level to engage to get the message?
Split the group into two smaller groups to cover the same material, then combine to compare ideas for the report out in the PM plenary
2. Implementation – Leads: Anita Walden and Seth Blumenthal (confirmed)
Review the process steps to implement the standards in registries and EHRs, and then to make them available through standards bodies for others to use.
3. Clinical content development – James Tcheng, MD, Susan Matney (confirmed)
Review a draft set of Registries on FHIR common data elements. Possibly split into subgroups to cover these categories:
a. Interventions e.g., procedures, encounters
b. Diagnoses and findings
c. Observables e.g., labs, vitals
d. Administrative i.e., demographics, UDI
e. Medications & allergies