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Introduction

IHE Anatomic Pathology addresses information sharing, workflow and patient care in anatomic pathology, which includes surgical pathology, cytopathology, autopsy, electron microscopy, molecular pathology.

Sponsors

IHE Anatomic Pathology is sponsored by the French Association for the Development of Informatics in Pathology (ADICAP), the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the Spanish Health Informatics Society (SEIS) and the Spanish Society of Anatomic Pathology (SEAP). It manages the Pathology Profiles and the Pathology Technical Framework.

Chairs

  • Planning Committee Co-chairs:
    • Dr Raj Dash, Duke University Health System, USA
    • Dr Thomas Schrader, Germany
  • Technical Committee Co-chairs:
    • Dr. Marcial García ROJO, SESCAM, Spain
    • Jacques Klossa, TRIBVN, France
  • Secretariat: Mary Kennedy (email: mkenned@cap.org)
  • Board Representative: Mary Kennedy, College of American Pathologists

Objective and Scope

The IHE Anatomic Pathology domain addresses collaborative work in Anatomic Pathology, based on the creation and sharing or exchange of electronic information, including data and images, during the complex workflow performed in an Anatomic Pathology department from specimen reception to report transmission, storage and analysis. The goal is a comprehensive electronic pathology record of the patient, of which images may be a significant part.

The diagnostic process in anatomic pathology differs from that in the clinical laboratory since it relies on image interpretation. It also differs from that in radiology since it is specimen-driven, and when digital imaging is performed, many types of imaging equipment (gross imaging, microscopic still imaging, whole slide imaging, multispectral imaging, etc.) may be involved for a single examination. Moreover, images of the same study may be related to different specimen (parts and/or slides) from one or even different patients (e.g., Tissue Micro Array [TMA]). Finally, slides are always available to acquire more images, if needed.

The primary focus is clinical patient management, but public health or research may also be addressed as appropriate (biobanking, TMA, etc.). The aim is to progressively include all sub-domains of anatomic pathology.

Strategic Plan

2011-2012 Profile Selection

  • Change proposal
    • Extending the scope of APSR (10 new document templates)

2012-2013 Profile Selection

  • Profile selection process

Proposals posted to anapath@ihe.net will be accepted through September 2012. The templates for both brief and detailed proposals are available on Profile_Proposal_Process. A brief proposal is acceptable for September submission. Selection of proposals to be developed as profiles in 2013 will be made in December 2012. A detailed proposal is required for December selection.

Future work

  • Sharing terminology/value sets/templates

Current Anatomic Pathology Profiles (in Final Text and Trial Implementation)

  • The new releases of the Anatomic Patholgy Technical Framework (PAT TF) and supplement(s) for trial implementation are available on the ihe.net web site :[1]
  • The new supplement(s)for public comment are available on the ihe.net web site :[2]

Anatomic Pathology (AP) Committees

Scheduled Meetings

Representatives with a Roster Status of Co-chair, Liaison, Voting (or possibly Alternate) may vote and count towards quorum. A - represents a missed meeting. Representatives with a Roster Status of Secretary or Non-voting or Observer may not vote or count towards quorum. A + represents an attended meeting. Voting privileges and attendance apply to IHE Member Organizations, so the list is sorted by Member Organization to facilitate this. The Cochairs are listed at the top.
Date Time Location Agenda Minutes
2015
2015.December.9 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.November.11 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
PAST
2015.Oct.19-21 Monday-Wednesday: 09:00 AM- 5:00 PM JAHIS, Tokyo, Japan (IHE Lab & AP F2F) Agenda Minutes
2015.October.13 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.September.08 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.August.11 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.July.21 08:00 AM-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.June.9 09:00 AM-11:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015.May.19-22 Tue-Thurs: 9am-5pm; Fri: 9am-Noon (CET; Paris) ASIP Santé
Paris, France
Agenda Minutes
2015. April.28 10:00-11:00 AM (Central Time US),(5pm Paris, 12am Tokyo, 1am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015. February.10 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2015. January.13 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2014.November.10 9:00-11:00 AM (Central Time US),(4-6pm Paris, 11pm-1am Tokyo, 12-2am Sydney) Joint F2F Session with IHE Lab Agenda Minutes
2014.September.23 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2014.June.17-18 9:00A-5:00P F2F Meeting in Paris France Agenda Minutes
2014.May.27 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2014.February.11 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2013.December.10 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2013.November.12 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time US),(4pm Paris, 11pm Tokyo, 12am Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2013.October.15-17 October.15-17 The Next IHE AP F2F Meeting in Tokyo, Japan TBA Save the Date! IHE F2F Meeting October 15-17, 2013
2013.August.5-6 9:15AM F2F Meeting in Paris France AGENDA Final Minutes and Presentations
2013.May 20 May20 IHE AP Co-Chair Election'Result Congratulations Raj Dash, Co-Chair IHE AP
2013.February.4-6 9-5 PM (Central Time, Chicago US) Face to Face Meeting Agenda/Logistics for the February Meeting

Minutes

2012.December.11 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.November.13 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.October.16 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.August.28 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.July.31 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.July.17 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.July.3 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.June.19 7:00-8:00 AM (Central Time US), (2pm Paris, 9pm Tokyo, 10 pm Sydney) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.May.31-June.2 half day on May 31 and all day on June 1 & 2 F2F in Paris Agenda Minutes
2012.May.15 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.April.24 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.April.10 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.March.27 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.March.13 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.February.28 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes
2012.February.7 9:00-10:00 AM (Central Time; Chicago) Web/Tele Conference Agenda Minutes

Meeting Roster

Representative Name Member Organization Roster Status February 4-6, 2013(F2F) December 11, 2012(conference call) November 13, 2012(conference call) October 16, 2012(conference call) August 28, 2012(conference call) July 31, 2012(conference call)
Christel Daniel ADICAP, France Cochair + + + - + +
Marcial Garcia Hospital General de Ciudad Real, Spain Cochair - - - - - -
Jacques Klossa TRIBVN Cochair - - - - - -
Raj Dash CAP Cochair + + + + + -
Thomas Schrader University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg, Germany Cochair - - - - - -
Mary Kennedy CAP, US Secretary + + + + + +
John Madden Duke, CAP, US Voting - - - - - -
Frederique Capron AP-HP, France Voting - - - - - -
Naeme Nekooguyan AP-HP, France Voting - - - - - -
François Macary ASIP Santé, France Voting + + + - - -
Stephane Willaert BARCO Observer - - - - - -
Victor Brodsky CAP Voting - - - - - -
Jeffrey Karp CAP, US Voting + - - - - -
Sandy Jones CDC Voting - - - - - -
Alessandro Sulis CRS4 Voting - - + + - +
Mike Henderson Eastern Informatics Observer - - - + - +
Tim Polsinelli Epic Voting - - - - - -
Harry Solomon GE Voting - - + + + +
Amnon Shabo IBM Observer - - - - - -
Megumi Kondo JAHIS Observer - - - - - -
Dave Toomey Leica Microsystems Voting - - + - - -
Andre Huisman Medical PHIT Voting - - - - - +
Colin Murphy mTuitive Voting - - - + + +
John Murphy mTuitive Voting - - + - - -
David Ellis Royal College of Pathologists of Australia Voting - - - - - -
Meagan Judge Royal College of Pathologists of Australia Voting - - - - - -

Meeting Roster (2011)

Representative Name Member Organization Roster Status May 16&17, 2011 (F2F meeting, Orlando) August 27, 2011 (F2F meeting, Helsinki) September 13&14, 2011 (F2F meeting, San Diego)
Christel Daniel ADICAP, France Cochair + + +
Marcial Garcia Hospital General de Ciudad Real, Spain Cochair +
Thomas Schrader University of Applied Sciences Brandenburg, Germany Cochair +
David Booker CAP, US Voting + +
Victor Brodsky CAP, US Voting + + +
Mary Kennedy CAP, US Voting +
Jeffery Karp CAP, US Voting + +
Jovanka Harrison NAACCR, US Voting + + +
Lori Havener NAACCR, US Voting + +
François Macary ASIP Santé, France Voting +
Wendy Scharber CAP Voting + +
J Karp College of American Pathologists, US Voting + +
JDL Nolen Cerner Voting + + +
H Solomon GE, US Voting + + +
F Wang Emory University, US +
J MacDonald College of American Pathologists, US Voting +
R Ranauro College of American Pathologists, US Voting +
M Meissner Omnyx, US + + +
B Gordon c/net California +
James Harrison College of American Pathologists Voting +
D Thomas Life Technologies +
F Behlen ACR +
I Mun HCA +
H Koenig Siemens Healthcare +
S Vastagh Medical Imaging 2 +
S Bolte Ge Healthcare +
A Shabo IBM Research + +
P Pochan Covance/CDISC +
J Klossa TRIBVN Cochair +
W Baas Philips Healthcare, Netherlands +
B Blobel University of Regensburg Medical Center (URMC), Germany +
V Della Mea Dept. of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Udine, Italy +
L Gonçalves Hospital Espirito Santo Public, Portugal +
M Ilyas School of Molecular Medical Sciences University of Nottingham, UK +
J Isola Institute of Medical Technology University of Tampere, Finland +
A Laurinavicius National Pathology Center and Vilnius University, Lithuania +
G Malek Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Poland +
V Punys Computational Technologies Centre Kaunas University of Technology, Lithunaia +
G Qiu University of Nottingham, UK +
D Racoceanu TRIBVN, France +
B Reljin Engineering Electrical Engineering Faculty of Electrical Engineering University of Belgrade, Serbia +
G Sakellaropoulos University of Patras (Rion), Greece +
G Rodriguez SATEC, Spain +
G Schaefer Loughborough University, UK +
J Slodkowska Institute of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Poland +
JDL Nolen Cerner, US +
M Wintell VGR +
D Thomas Life Technologies +
D Rule Translational Software +
H Koenig Siemens +
A Shabo IBM Research +
M Roche IMO +
F Oemig HL7 Germany +
P Mar Partners Healthcare, US +
M Ullman-Cullere DFC/Harvard +
Quorum Attendance


If your organization is an IHE Member and you would like to be added to this roster, please provide the name of your voting representative (and optionally, alternates) to the Secretary.

If your status needs to be adjusted, please contact a Technical Co-Chair or Secretary.



How to participate

  • IHE Anatomic Pathology international mailing list
    • ihe-anatomic-pathology-committee@googlegroups.com
    • To request to join the list, go to [3]
  • As a Committee Member (Formally apply for Organization membership)
  • As an Interested Observer (Provide Public Comments and/or Change Proposals on Technical Framework Supplements; Attend Demonstrations, Educational Events and Workshops
  • As a Vendor Implementer (Implement IHE Integration Profiles; Test systems through Connectathon process; Publish an IHE Integration Statement for products)
  • As a User Implementer or Consultant (Use Connectathon Results and/or IHE Integration Profiles to develop interoperability strategy to evaluate vendors; Demand IHE Integration Profile compliance in RFPs)

IHE Anatomic Pathology has started work in the 2008-2009 Cycle. Contact the Anatomic Pathology Planning Committee if you would like to participate.

Demonstrations & Presentations

Date Location Event Details
2012.05.15 Vancouver, Canada HL7 Meeting Presentation
2008.05.17-22 Barcelona, Spain 3rd International Congress of Pathology Presentation
2008.05.17-22 Barcelona, Spain 3rd International Congress of Pathology Presentation
2008.05.27-30 Paris, France HIT 2008 Presentation
2008.05.9 Berlin, Germany OpENSC Presentation
2007.09.08-13 Istanbul, Turkey European Congress of Pathology Educational Sessions
2007.08.20-24 Brisbane, Australia Medinfo Presentation
2007.08.16-17 Brisbane, Australia World Congress Pathology Informatics Presentation

Previous activities

Timeframe Activity Scheduled Location
2006
Nov. Submit Brief Profile Proposals to Planning Committee (PC) E-mail
Dec. PC Selects "Short List" of Profiles T-Con
2007
April. PC Selects Final Profiles May 2 Cologne
July TC Publishes Public Comment Supplements June 22
July-August Public Comment submission deadline July 30 www.ihe.net or Email to cochairs
Nov. TC Publishes Trial Implementation Supplements TBA www.ihe.net
2008
Jan. TC Publishes Trial Implementation Supplements January 25 www.ihe.net or www.gmsih.fr
May. Brief Profile Proposals 2009-2010 Discussion(PC&TC) May. 17 Toledo (Spain) IHE Pathology-DICOM WG26 joint meeting held in conjunction with the

9th European Congress on Telepathology and 3rd International Congress on Virtual Microscopy

Aug. Submit Change Proposals on APW(2008-09) Sept. 9 Minutes of the TConf
Sept. Submit Brief Profile Proposals 2009-2010 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Sept 15 - Deadline Wiki & Email to cochairs
Oct. PC Selects "Short List" of Profiles Oct. 2 Evora, Portugal in conjunction with /with COST action WG1 Minutes of the PC meeting
Oct. Short listed Profile Proposal Authors to submit Detailed Proposals to PC Due to Nov 5th wiki & Email to cochairs
Oct. Submit completed Change Proposals on APW(2008-09) Due to Oct 10th wiki & Email to cochairs
Nov. TC Evaluates Detailed Proposals for APW (2009-10) & Validates CPs for APW (2008-09) Nov. 6 Minutes of the TConf
Dec. PC & TC Discision of Detailed Proposals for 2009 work End of Dec Tconf
2009
Jan. 13 PC review of scope of integration porfile and white paper Jan HL7 Working Group Meeting- Orlando, FL
Mar. AP TF supplement : ARPH integration profile – vol1 - AP Structured Reports white paper draft v0 Mar 12-13 (COST MC, WG) Paris
June TC publishes AP TF supplement : ARPH integration profile – vol1 & 2 for Public comment June 30 http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Framework/public_comment.cfm

Public comment period lasts from June 30 to July 31. A forum to collect these comments on a provided comment form, has been set up at http://forums.rsna.org/forumdisplay.php?f=411

July ARPH integration profile – vol1 & 2 for : Public comment July wiki
Aug TC publishes AP TF supplement : ARPH integration profile – vol1 & 2 for trial implementation Aug 28 wiki
Aug Presentation of the ARPH integration profile Sept. 2 Sarajevo (Bosnia Herzegovina), COST Action Workshop "Digital Pathology in Europe: Coordinating Patient Care and Research Efforts"- September 2, 2009 from 15:00 during the MIE 2009. http://www.mie2009.org
Sept Brief Profile Proposals 2010 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Sept. 5 & 6 Florence (Italy), IHE Anatomic Pathology TC meeting/ Joint meeting with DICOM WG-26. September 5, 2009(overlap with the 22nd European Congress of Pathology - http://www.ecp2009.org).
Sept Anatomic Pathology Planning Committee (PC)(Brief Profile Proposals 2010) Sept 21-25th Atlanta (US), IHE Anatomic Pathology PC meeting/ Joint meeting with HL7 Anatomic Pathology SIG.
Sept. Submit Brief Profile Proposals 2010 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Sept 25 - Deadline Wiki & Email to cochairs
Oct. Pathology Planning Committee (PC) selects "Short List" of Profiles
2010
Jan. IHE North America Connectathon Jan. 11-15 Hyatt Regency - Chicago
Jan. PC review of scope of integration profiles and white papers Jan 17-22 IHE AP & HL7 AP joint meeting - HL7 WG Meeting Phoenix
April. IHE Europe Connectathon April 12-16 Bordeaux, France
May. TC publishes AP TF supplement – vol1 & 2 for Public comment May Wiki - ihe.net
June. TC publishes AP TF supplement – vol1 & 2 for Trial Implementation June Wiki - ihe.net
July. IHE Anatomic Pathology PC & TC meeting July Telepathology Congress (Vilnius). IHE AP & IC0604 COST Action WG2 joint meeting
Sept. Submit Brief Profile Proposals 2011 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Sept 15 - Deadline Wiki & Email to cochairs
2011
Jan. IHE North America Connectathon Jan. Chicago
April IHE Europe Connectathon April
May. TC discusses AP TF supplement – vol1 & 2 for Public comment - Joint meeting with Clinical Genomics May 15-20 HL7 Working Group Meeting, 15-20 May 2011 - Orlando, FL USA
May. TC publishes AP TF supplement – vol1 & 2 for Public comment May Wiki - ihe.net
Aug. Submit Brief Profile Proposals 2012 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Aug 15 - Deadline Wiki & Email to cochairs
Aug. Joint meeting IHE AP - HL7 AP - DICOM WG26 Aug. 27 23rd European Congress of Pathology 27 August-1 September 2011, Helsinki Finland
Sept. Pathology Planning Committee (PC) selects "Short List" of Profiles Sept. 11-16 25th Annual HL7 Plenary & Working Group meeting - San Diego, CA
Sept. TC publishes AP TF supplement – vol1 & 2 for Trial Implementation Sept Wiki - ihe.net
Sept. Submit Brief Profile Proposals 2011 to Pathology Planning Committee (PC) Sept 15 - Deadline Wiki & Email to cochairs

Committees

A single Anatomic Planning Committee performs both Planning and Technical functions in the ANAPATH domain. The committee uses a Google Group distribution list. You can request to joint the list by visiting the Google Group's home page.



Previous supporters and endorsements

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