Copenhagen 2015

Venue: 
IHTSDO April meeting Copenhagen
Meeting date: 
Sunday, April 26, 2015 - 09:00 to Tuesday, April 28, 2015 - 17:00

CIMI Presentation to the Member Forum.

Stan Huff made an informational presentation to the IHTSDO Member Forum on Tuesday morning April 28th.

Thank you for your interest and support of CIMI.

Virginia Riehl

Agenda

Agenda April 26, 2015 Preliminary Agenda Topics:
Topic Lead
Report on proposal about CIMI becoming part of IHTSDO Stan and Virginia
CIMI models as a source for HSPC compliant FHIR profiles - Stan
Most recent enhancements to lab models and content
Until real LOINC codes are available, the pre-coordinated LOINC code will be used as the “focus” code in the post coordinated model. Change the model browser to have the icon for “elements” reflect the underlying data type of the item
Patrick and Joey
Proposal about specimen specialization for lab data
Design for indicating which models are preferred by CIMI for interoperable services
Stan
Update on AML Harold and Thomas
Report on the CIMI meeting at ISO Harold and Sarah
The annotations structure for ADL 2 Thomas
Work on metadata elements to be included in CIMI models Joey, Sarah, Patrick, Gerard, Thomas
Representation of models that are members of the same isosemantic family
Agree to operational definition of what an isosemantic family is
Stan, All
Strategy for creating concept identifiers for needed CIMI content Harold and Patrick
IHTSDO purchase of Snow Owl, implications for CIMI Harold, Linda, All
Process for “official” review of CIMI preferred models Stan, All
Roadmap for additional models after lab data
  • Scores – Barthel, Apgar, Pain Scale, etc.
  • Glucose tolerance test, to exercise the time aspects of the models
  • Allergy and intolerances – openEHR, FHIR, as sources
  • Patient measurements: vital signs, etc.
  • Family History
  • Findings – vomiting, nausea, etc.
  • Diagnosis/syndromes
  • Medications – maybe too complex
  • Culture results and antibiotic sensitivities
All
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Presentations and documents

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