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Working Session – Registries on FHIR

PCPI Spring Conference, Ritz-Carlton Pentagon City, Arlington, VA

Agenda: Monday, March 19, 2018

 

8:30am

 

Welcome & Session Opening Keynote

Doug Fridsma, MD (confirmed)

Co-chair, NQRN Interoperability Work Group

9am

 

10min

 

 

 

20min

AM plenary

 

Introduction to Registries on FHIR and Environmental Scan

What is Registries on FHIR, goal, work to date, today, next steps

Speaker: Seth Blumenthal, MBA

 

Examples of previous interoperability work, both successful and not, opportunities for the registry space

Predicate infrastructure e.g., ONC CCDS, HIT technical committee, CIIC

How the work product of Registries on FHIR is going to plug back into standards infrastructure

 

Speaker: Julia Skapik (confirmed)

Moderator: Chrystal Price

9:30am

 

15min

 

 

 

 

 

 

30min

AM plenary

 

Registry Interoperability: Opportunities

How to take it from concept/standard down to implementation and success

Pew grant to DCRI - investigate how various registries capture data

 

Speaker, discussion moderator: James Tcheng, MD (confirmed)

Moderator: Seth Blumenthal

 

Discussion

10:15am

 

Introduction to the Registries on FHIR Common Clinical Data Set and Breakout Session Goals

 

Speaker: James Tcheng, MD (confirmed)

What are we asking attendees to do and why

Help us construct the rationale for why we ought to be participating in Registries on FHIR / CCDS in registries

10:45am

 

Breakout Sessions

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. ImplementationLeads: 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 developmentJames 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

12:30pm

 

Lunch with rest of PCPI conference, including exhibitor showcase

1:30pm

 

 

 

 

15min

PM plenary

Turning the CDEs set into a real standard with HL7: CCRF, CIMI, CIIC, etc. the entire process

 

Speaker, discussion moderator: Anita Walden (confirmed)

 

Discussion

 

2pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breakout Session Summaries

 

Moderator: Seth Blumenthal

Group Leader Reports:

(30min each for report & discussion)

 

1. Marketing & governance – Steve Bratt (confirmed)

2. Implementation – Anita Walden and Susan Matney (confirmed)

3. Clinical content development – James Tcheng, MD (confirmed)

 

What’s next, what to take back to your organizations on how we’re going to be partners on this journey

3:30pm

 

Session Closing Remarks

Doug Fridsma, MD (confirmed)

Co-chair, NQRN Interoperability Work Group


*Program details subject to change