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Revision as of 06:39, 3 October 2017

Introduction

This WIKI page documents the activities of the ITI Planning Committee during the 2017/2018 committee year (August 2017 - July 2018). These activities include:

  • Call for Proposals : August-October
  • Review and selection of Proposals : October-December
  • Updates/Additions to Educational Materials/White Papers/Etc. : December-July

Voting Rights

IHE ITI Voting Rights Page Member Roster

Proposal Evaluation Matrix

Proposal Webinars

Webinar Organization

Each webinar will be organized as follows (this will vary slightly depending upon how many proposals we will be reviewing:

  • Each webinar will be divided into 20-minute time-slots, with the remaining time for introductory remarks and follow-up discussion.
  • Each 20-minute time slot will be allocated to a profile/white paper proposal… the first 10 minutes will be taken up by a presentation by the proposal author, with the remaining 10 minutes reserved for discussion and any disposition (if required).
  • Each 10-minute presentation will be comprised of a maximum of 5 Powerpoint slides, presenting the proposal problem statement concisely and completely.
  • Presenter should focus on describing the Problem, and avoid speaking to their Solution. Emphasis on expressing the scope and scale of the Problem.

These are Decision meetings so attendance will be recorded to support membership responsibilities.

Webinar 1 DECISION

All times are Central Time. This call will be recorded and publicly posted.

Date Time Coordinates Recording of the meeting
2016-Oct-04 10:00am-11:00am CDT Join Webex(password "meeting") [tbd -- Download recording of Session #1]
Time Proposal Author/Presenter Comments
10:00am-10:01am Webinar Introduction, process Daniel Berezeanu, John Moehrke : Co-Chairs The goal for this series of webinars is to just explain and socialize the problem. The goals is NOT for the presenter to talk about the solution. And the goals is NOT for the ITI PC to prioritize or select which brief proposals move forward. Presenters should be prepared to present their brief proposal papers, or a power point with the same basic concepts. All webinars will be recorded and publicly posted. All ITI PC members are expected to review the webinars (live or via the recordings) prior to the F2F meetings. Since this is a decisional call, roll will be taken.
10:01am-10:20am Order and Referral by Form (ORF) Juerg P. Bleuer Directional information exchange between institutions such as requests for referral, requests for previous imaging results, requests for second opinions etc. as well as corresponding responses are often done by means of structured forms. However, forms for these purposes are in general proprietary constructs and seldom suitable for further machine processing.
10:20am-10:40am Cross-Community Metadata Update (XCMU) Juerg P. Bleuer The Cross-Community Document Reliable Interchange Supplement (XCDR) enriches the Cross-Community Access (XCA) Profile with the capability to create documents in one community and store them (inclusive their metadata) in another community, in that way providing a cross-community counterpart of the XDS/XDR transaction ITI-41 "Provide and Register Document Set-b". The aim of the given supplement is to make a step forward and create means for changing metadata of documents residing in another community, i.e. to provide a cross-community counterpart of the ITI-57 transaction "Update Document Set" defined in the XDS Metadata Update Supplement.
10:40am-10:59am PAM US extenstion Dr. Anna Orlova Patient registration process and data collection during this process are implemented differently in different healthcare organizations in the US. This creates problems with patient record matching in health information systems and with the overall information trust across organizations involved in information exchange. We propose to re-evaluate the relevant HL7® v2.5.1 segments from the IHE ITI PAM Profile for patient registration with the subject matter experts from the AHIMA Standards Task Force and develop the US national extension constraints on these segments as needed.
???? spare time tbd If time is available we will pull in proposals from the third webinar
10:59am Discussion, Next Steps Co-Chairs Review agenda face-to-face meeting

Webinar 2 DECISION

All times are Central Time. This call will be recorded and publicly posted.

Date Time Coordinates Recording of the meeting
2017-Oct-06 10:00am-11:00am CDT Join Webex(password "meeting") [tbd -- Download recording]
Time Proposed Document Author/Presenter Description
10:00am-10:20am XDS Metadata Guidelines for Affinity Domains and Communities Karima Bourquard Although the XDS profile definition gives guidance for the use of metadata elements such as classCode, typeCode and eventCodeList, it leaves it up to the implementers in an Affinity Domain to use these metadata elements for the categorization of their documents and images studies. This leads to problems with cross-community exchange of metadata between Affinity Domains, as is common in XCA-linked XDS infrastructures, and to implementation and interoperability problems. Several national initiatives have already started to look at ways to define national implementation guidelines for interoperable XDS metadata elements and value sets.
10:20am-10:40am Survey of Network Interfaces Forum (SNIF) Ruth Berge The U.S.A. most providers now have access to electronic records but federal strategic planning and the healthcare industry have new strong interest in interoperability as a path to better patient care. This means that more providers and systems will be updating and adding to their basic capabilities to send and receive healthcare related data. The industry needs to improve the ways that this exchange is enabled. There are no hard numbers from the industry on HL7 interfaces. In fact the lack of information is notable. The U.S.A. has a proposal to measure exactly how data is exchanged
10:40am-10:59am AS4 Option on XCA, XDR, and XCPD Charles Parisot As part of the European Union’s efforts at supporting digital integration between all Member

States, such an environment has been developed under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) legislation. Main requirements for the environment relate to security, reliability, nonrepudiation, trust between communication partners in different countries and uses a subset of OASIS ebMS3.0 and the corresponding OASIS AS4 profile for point to point delivery of digital documents. To enable the exchange of electronic health data between different contact points in such regulated messaging environments, it is necessary to enable in the existing IHE profiles supporting cross-border exchange with the prescribed standards of the messaging environment.

???? spare time tbd If time is available we will pull in proposals from the third webinar
10:59am Discussion, Next Steps Co-Chairs Review agenda face-to-face meeting

Webinar 3 DECISION

All times are Central Time. This call will be recorded and publicly posted.

Date Time Coordinates Recording of the meeting
2017-Oct-10 10:00am-11:00am CDT Join Webex(password "meeting") [tbd -- Download recording]
Time Proposed Document Author/Presenter Description
10:00am-10:20am RESTful ATNA PUT Rob Horn Support CREATE for AuditEvent so that Apps using FHIR can record audit events. Leverage Rad-Standardized Operational Log of Events
10:20am-10:40am FHIR conformance resource publication Elliot Silver Given we have existing IHE Profiles of FHIR, and the that the FHIR community desires StructureDefinition, ValueSet, and CapabilityStatement resources for implementation and conformance; this proposal will produce and publish these resources, with the intent to register them on http://registry.fhir.org. May be a subset of profiles. Should also produce a procedure that others may use. May experiment with GITHUB and others. Will record issues with FHIR.
10:40am-10:59am XDWm Mauro Zanardini The world of mobile is unceasingly growing, paving the way for computerization of some healthcare processes such as communication from ambulances, availability of professionals and remote patient monitoring, which are hardly manageable by a computer. Even if the healthcare is going down this path, adopting mobile solutions to improve the quality of its services, managing workflows through mobile devices and applications is still very backward and not well-defined, even though it is a key aspect of the entire patient care process. Applications such as telemonitoring and remote consulting are particularly affected by this lack, not allowing to take full advantage of the potential of remote management.

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if time permits ITI TF Maintenance Lynn Felhfer At the beginning of a new publication cycle, it is good to quantify the TF maintenance work in the queue, since a dedicated but finite number of ITI Technical Committee members is responsible for both creating new work items and maintaining the growing list of existing documents:
10:59am Discussion, Next Steps Co-Chairs Review agenda face-to-face meeting

F2F Meeting DECISION

The following agenda is a draft and may be adjusted based on needs of the meeting

NOTE: THIS AGENDA WILL BE SUBJECT TO CONTINUOUS REVISION; IT WILL BE LIKELY REVISED UP TO AND DURING THE MEETING.