#ONC2015 S&I Standards Deep Dive

Deep Dive on the Standards & Interoperability Initiatives (Georgetown West)This session will provide a general overview of the S&I Framework and processes as well as provide a deep dive technical discussion on four different S&I framework initiatives: Data Access Framework, Structured Data Capture, electronic Long Term Services and Supports and Data Provenance. During this session, each presenter will provide an overview of the initiative, the use cases, a discussion on the technical standards, and an update on the pilots.

  • Nagesh “Dragon” Bashyam (@contact_dragonWeb Site Disclaimers)
  • Johnathan Coleman, S&I Initiative Coordinator, ONC
  • Evelyn Gallego, SDC and eLTSS Initiative Coordinator, ONC

FHIR and Heart initiatives.

HEART focused on Oauth/OpenID

Data Provenance Standards are coming.
Data will be atomized. Going from whole documents to individual fields and sections.

This will help Patints share their data as they become responsible for generating more data (Wearables)

Use Case for Data Provenance:

  1. Start Point to End Point
  2. Start Point via Transmitter to End Point
  3. Start Point to Assembler/Composer to End Point

Data Provenance is in implementation stage. Applying candidate standards.
Focusing on simple EHR to EHR transfers.

Plenty of standards to choose from…

Structured Data Capture Initiative

Partnering with various federal agencies.
Identify standards for collection of structured data from EHRs

Work has focused on Syntax.

  • Definition
  • Structure or Design for container
  • Interaction
  • Pre/Auto-population of data

Focused on data collected during episodes of Care.

Three Transactions:
1. Request for Form/Template and Response without Patient Data
2. Request pre-populated with relevant patient data
3. Send completed form to external repository.

Implementation Guide: Phase 1 – established standards

Phase 2: Emerging Standards (FHIR)

Data Set Grouping
Data Element Semantics
Data Element Attributes (Syntax)

Check out SIFramework.org

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