IHE International Educational Webinar |Introduction to the IHE International Public Comment & Call for Proposals Process
Tuesday, June 10, 2014 3:00pm – 4:00pm CT
Speaker: Lisa Nelson, MSc, MBA, Principal Consultant Lantana Consulting Group
Join the IHE International’s IT Infrastructure, Patient Care Coordination, and Quality Research & Public Health domains for an overview on the IHE International Public Comment and Call for proposal processes. By the end of this Webinar, participants will be able to:
- Submit a Profile proposal in the upcoming 2015 Call for Proposal Cycle
What’s New in ITI 2014: IHE IT Infrastructure Connectathon and Domain Snapshot
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 9:00am – 9:30am CT
Speakers: Gila Pyke, IHE ITI Technical Committee Co-Chair, Cognaissance; Lynn Felhofer, IHE NA Connectathon Technical Manager, IHE USA
By the end of this Webinar, participants will be able to:
- Relate products or projects to new and existing profiles using IHE resources
- Plan for 2015 North American and European Connectathons using the schedules and materials provided
Update on IHE Lab Activities
Thursday, June 19, 2014 9:00am – 9:30am CT
Speaker: Riki Merrick, MPH, Vernetzt, LLC
By the end of this Webinar, participants will:Understand how integrating more laboratory functions into electronic data exchange is achieved.
- Understand IHE Profiles in use around the world.
HIMSS Interoperability Showcase & IHE NA Connectathon 2015: An Introduction
Wednesday, June 25, 20148:30am – 10:00am CT
Wednesday, June 25, 2014 2:30pm – 4:00pm CT
Speakers: Sandra L. Vance, MHA, Senior Director, Interoperability Intiatives, HIMSS; Celina Roth, Manager, Informatics, HIMSS
Prepare your team for interoperability testing at the IHE North American Connectathon 2015 and successful demonstration at the HIMSS15 Interoperability Showcase™. This presentation is designed to educate new participants on the impetus and structure of the Connectathon and Interoperability Showcase. Learn what it takes to get involved, the benefits of participation, and how to engage through the IHE USA and HIMSS registration process.
To learn more about the IHE NA Connectathon, visit IHE USA.
IHE Cardiology Domain Update
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:00am – 10:00am CT
Speakers: Nick Gawrit, Heartbase; Chris Melo, Philips, Antje Schroeder, Siemens Healthcare
This session will provide an update on current activities of the IHE Cardiology Domain including an introduction of two new profiles:
•Electrophysiology Report Content (Implant/Explant)
•Registry Content Submission – CathPCI V4.4
IHE Patient Care Coordination (PCC) Domain Update 2014
Thursday, July 31, 2014 9:00am – 10:00am CT
Speakers: Tone Southerland, Standards and Interoperability Architect, Ready Computing; Denise Downing, Perioperative Nursing Specialist, Informatics, Association of periOperative Registered Nurses
This session will provide an overview of the IHE PCC domain including current activities and roadmap items. Two profiles developed for Trial Implementation 2015 will be reviewed and along with a white paper.
• Multiple Content Views (MCV)
• Reconciliation of Clinical Content and Care Providers (RECON)
• A Data Access Framework using IHE Profiles (DAF)
IHE Quality, Research and Public Health (QRPH) Domain Update 2014
Friday, August 8, 2014, 10:00am – 12:00pm
Speakers: Michelle Williamson, CDC/NCHS; Vijay Shah, JBS International, Inc.; Johanna Goderre, HHS Office of Population Affairs; Brittani Harmon, CDC; Lori Reed-Fourquet, eHealth Signs; Wendy Blumenthal, CDC; John Eichwald, CDC; Lisa Nelson, MSc, MBA, Lantana Consulting Group; Landen Bain, CDISC; Alana St. Clair, CDISC; Didi Davis, Serendipity Health
This session will provide an overview of the IHE QRPH domain including current activities and profiles developed for Trial Implementation.
10:00-10:05 – Introduction – Michelle Williamson
10:05-10:15 – Structured Data Capture (SDC) – Vijay Shah, JBS International, Inc. Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about the Structure Data Capture (SDC) profile that will help understand use structured set of data that can be accessed from EHRs and be stored for merger with comparable data for various purposes e.g. electronic Case Report Form, adverse event reporting, collecting information for determination of coverage, etc. See how SDC Forms can be used to collect information in a more uniform and systemic manner and how that collected data can be submitted to the end system in a light-weight manner keeping the form context information. Discover how using SDC Profile make sharing information across various domains more efficient and more effective.
10:15-10:20 – SDC Q&A
10:20-10:30 – Family Planning – Johanna Goderre, HHS Office of Population Affairs Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about the family planning profile that will help providers capture structured data critical for a range of reproductive and sexual health clinical performance measures and how their electronic health record systems can interoperate with quality reporting data systems.
10:30-10:45 – Vital Events Reporting – Michelle Williamson, CDC/NCHS and Lori Fourquet, eHealth Signs Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about two IHE profiles: Birth and Fetal Death Reporting-Extended (BFDR-E) and Vital Records Death Reporting (VRDR) that support pre-population of data from electronic health record systems to forms and enable interoperability with states’ electronic vital registration systems for birth, death and fetal death reporting to meet Federal, state and local government reporting requirements. The primary driver for implementation is to improve the timeliness, quality and accuracy of vital statistics data that are widely used to monitor and improve the nation’s health.
10:45 – 10:55 – Healthy Weight – Brittani Harmon, CDC; Lori Reed-Fourquet, e-HealthSign Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about the Healthy Weight profile that supports capture and communication of information supporting care management and population health monitoring of healthy weight. Flexibility in the capture and communication of structured data allows for multiple implementation approaches to maximize the ability to communicate healthy weight information. This includes support for communication of Occupational Health information and healthy weight risk factors.
10:55 – 11:00 – Cancer Reporting – Wendy Blumenthal, CDC Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about the IHE Profile Physician Reportingn to a Public Health Repository – Cancer Registry (PRPH-Ca) that supports implementation of standardized transmission of data about a patient’s cancer case from an ambulatory healthcare provider EHR to the public health central cancer registry. The primary purpose for implementation is to increase the security, completeness, timeliness and accuracy of cancer surveillance data for improved public health.
11:00 – 11:15 – Early Hearing Detection and Intervention – John Eichwald, CDC; Lisa Nelson, MSc, MBA, Lantana Consulting Group Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about a new Hearing Plan of Care profile that will help providers capture hearing screening results and information about the newborn and create a plan of care that provides clinical decision support to clinicians performing follow-up care. See how information captured by hearing screening devices and electronic medical record systems can be used to produce standard Hearing Plans of Care. Discover why using new Hearing Plan of Care standards make sharing information with Public Health and care providers more efficient and more effective.
11:15 – 11:35 – PH Profile Q&A
11:35 – 11:50 – Research Profiles and White Papers – Landen Bain, CDISC; Alana St. Clair, CDISC Learning Objective: Attendees will learn about a set of six IHE profiles that were co-developed with CDISC, a Standards Development Organization in the medical research space which has worked with QRPH for a number of years. These profiles–CRD, DSC, RPE, DEX, RM – comprise a body of work which CDISC calls Healthcare Link, the intent of which is to create all the capabilities needed for EHR-enabled research.
11:50 – 11:55 – Research Profiles and White Papers Q&A
11:55 – 12:00 – Timeline and Next Steps – Didi Davis
IHE Patient Care Device (PCD) Domain Update
Thursday, August 14 3:00-4:00pm CT
Speaker: Jeff McGeath, Sr. Exec. VP – Software Solutions
This session will provide an update on the PCD Domain activities from the past year. A brief review of the entire PCD Domain capability will be followed by more in depth review of new work efforts that have been accomplished. New topics this year include:
- MEMDMC – Equipment Management
- MEMLS – Location Services
IHE North American Connectathon 2015: Registration Kick-off
Monday, August 25, 2014 1:00pm – 2:30pm CT
Speakers: Elizabeth Peters, MBA, Associate Manager, Interoperability Intitiatives, Celina Roth, Manager, Informatics, HIMSS
Prepare your team for the IHE North American Connectathon 2015 and successful demonstration at the HIMSS15 Interoperability Showcase™. This presentation is designed to educate new and returning participants on the registration process, key deadlines, and preparations required for system registration opening August 25, 2014. Don’t miss out on the largest interoperability testing event in the industry.
IHE Radiology Domain Update
Wednesday, September 3, 2014 10:00am – 11:00am CT
Speakers: Christopher Lindop, GE Healthcare; Antje Schroeder, Siemens Healthcare; Brad Genereaux, Agfa Healthcare
This session will review the IHE Radiology Profiles which the Radiology Committee is promoting for testing at the IHE 2015 Connectathons. The session includes two new profiles developed for trial implementation this year.
- Digital Breast Tomography (DBT)
- Mobile access to Health Documents for Imaging (MHD-I)
There will be an open Q&A to allow for questions to help developers and users to understand how to implement and use the profiles in practice.
UNDERSTANDING NEW DIRECTIONS: WHY YOU SHOULD BE INVOLVED?
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 10:00am – 11:00am CT
Speaker: Michael Nusbaum, Program/Technical Manager, New Directions Program, IHE USA
Panelists: Alex Lippitt, Celina Roth, Sarah Willis-Garcia
Learn more about New Directions programming, test offerings, and how to get involved.