GDC Minutes 2016-11-30

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Participants

  • Charles Parisot
  • Chris Bull
  • Dr. Michio Kimura
  • Dr. WonSuk Kang
  • Dr. Yongxin Zhou
  • Emmanuel Cordonnier
  • Yutaka Emoto
  • Evert Sanders
  • Lapo Bertini
  • Yasunari Shiokawa

RSNA Staff: Jamie Kontos

Minutes

1. World Summit Planning

  • Tentative Program
  • September 11, 2017 in Singapore
  • Chinese representative working closely with IHE China to get more engaged with World Summit and IHE activities


2. IHE Japan

  • Activity Report
  • Japan Connectathon 2016 – Tokyo Metropolitan Trading Center Asakusa-kan, Asakusa, Tokyo
  • Sept 13-17, 2016
  • 48 companies, 81 systems – steady participation
  • Testing domains
  • RAD
  • LAB
  • CARD
  • END
  • PCD
  • RO
  • ITI
  • 56 monitors, including 8 volunteers from medical facilities
  • Collaboration with NIST engineer, Diane Azais
  • Supported launch of NIST testing tools
  • Did not implement Conformity Assessment test tool, however, the NIST tool is integrated
  • Japanese National Extension – JP-NEX
  • IHE RAD has published JP-NEX
  • Announced TF v4 was updated with new section of Japan
  • JAHIS is preparing internal protocol
  • Launching new testing environment using CAsC
  • IHE Japan Connectathon 2017 – Planning for September 2017
  • Will attempt to use JP-NEX and CA tools


3. IHE Korea

  • Aug 16-20, 2016
  • Todd Cooper, technical project manager
  • 11 participating companies
  • SWF.b
  • Participated in the Interoperability Showcase in APAMI Conference, which was held November 2016
  • MEDICI+ IUC Council on Healthcare Standards and Interoperability (HSI)
  • Promotes friendship and networking
  • Composed of 5 companies
  • Established on Wonsei University Wonju Campus

IHE Korea attended IHE Japan’s Connectathon – both have a good working relationship with each other

4. IHE China

  • Co-chair - Dongsheng Wang
  • Carried out Connecthon in January 2016
  • 62 companies applied, 49 attended
  • Tested about 400 actors, 200 actors passed – pass rate of 55%
  • Established testing protocol for medical imaging devices
  • Updated 3 new protocols – have about 19 protocols
  • Safety scanner, MRI scanner, implementation systems
  • Regional image management
  • Hosted a conference
  • China PACS Conference
  • 600 people attended
  • Directors of hospitals
  • Exchanged concerns of medical information
  • Hosted training program
  • 21 companies
  • Provided constructive feedback about the training
  • IHE Chinese translation
  • Ongoing work
  • Translation as reference, not as publication
  • Want to keep U.S. version as official publication
  • Unknown plans for 2017 Connectathon
  • IHE China to please provide a list of IHE profiles that were tested at the IHE China Connecathon going forward

5. IHE Italy

  • Currently organizing IHE Europe Connectathon
  • Venice, Italy, April 2017
  • Education events for Italians – purpose to talk with young future decision-makers
  • Political event – 1 day event (Wednesday) – officials from region around Venice and Italian MOH
  • Experiences abroad on federated PHR
  • Work on new directions
  • Active with regions in Italy
  • 21 regions total – provinces
  • Authority of healthcare delivery
  • Program for national patient health record
  • Working with regions that have adopted IHE integration profiles
  • Planning “IHE Italy Day” near end of 2017

6. IHE The Netherlands

  • Events
  • eHealth Week / IHE World Summit – June 2016, Amsterdam
  • Marketing
  • Education
  • Engagement in local projects
  • Lobbying and collaborations with other organizations
  • MOH, eHealth Goals
  • Want to give all patients access to their data
  • 24/7 communications with healthcare provider using telehealth
  • Chronically ill patients are able to perform self-measurements
  • Ministry of Economic Affairs
  • Interoperability is key for innovation
  • Open standards are important to create a level playing field for IT vendors
  • “Digital Agenda”
  • As of October 4, 2016, it is now the law that patients have access to their medical records electronically
  • Healthcare providers need to ask patients specifically who is authorized to access their medical records