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This page documents the activities of the ITI domain in doing strategic planning.
Categories and capabilities
The IHE IT Infrastructure (ITI) domain has defined the following categories of profiles and organized the existing profiles (as of 2010) into this set of categories. It is believed that a few additional categories are appropriate for other domains but this is the minimal set that ITI has defined for profiles within the ITI domain.
|Category||Description||ITI profiles (2013)|
|Patient Administration||Profiles in the Patient Administration category support the management of patient identities. This includes the ability to look up, cross-reference, update, remove, merge, link and general management of patient identities.||PIX, PDQ, PAM, XCPD, PIX/PDQ HL7 v3, XPID|
|Provider Directory||Profiles in the Provider Directory category support the management of information about provider and healthcare organizations. This includes the ability to find locations, services, organizational relationships, contacts, schedules and other information.||PWP, HPD, CSD|
|Health Document Sharing||Profiles in the Health Document Sharing category support the ability to share patient specific healthcare information within and across Enterprises. This includes the ability to submit, locate/list, push, pull and retrieve patient specific healthcare information.||XCA, XDM, XDR, XDS, XDS-SD, MPQ, RID, XCF, MHD|
|Security and Privacy||Profiles in the Security and Privacy category support the ability to ensure that healthcare information is managed consistent with a reasonable set of security and privacy policies.||ATNA, BPPC, XUA, DSG, EUA, DEN, IUA|
|Workflow Enablers||Profiles in the Workflow Enablers category support standard sequences for performing workflow activities.||DRR, DSUB, NAV, PSA, RFD, XDW|
|Support Management||Profiles in the support management category support the ability to share information needed for interoperable healthcare management such as clinical coding, technical or IT management information||CT, SVS|
The IHE IT Infrastructure (ITI) domain has identified the following areas of expertise and weaknesses.
|Category||Areas of expertise||Areas of weakness|
|Technology|| Security, Privacy, XDS, SOAP, Directories, Workflow,
Transports, Network, Media, email, Metadata, Web Wervices
|HL7 v2 & v3 messaging|
|Standards Development Organizations||W3C, OASIS, HL7||DICOM, ISO|
|Geographic Regions||North America, Europe||Asia, South America|
The following table describes the liaisons from ITI for IHE development committees.
Domain Committee Liaison Reports
|Eye Care||Rob Horn|
|Patient Care Coordination||Keith Boone|
|Patient Care Devices||Dan Trainor|
|Quality, Research, Public Health||Lori Fourquet|
|Dental||Rob Horn: using XDR|