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Welcome to the HIMSS10 Interoperability Showcase™ brought to you by HIMSS, IHE and the Global Standards Community
Welcome to the HIMSS Interoperability Showcase™ Overview Take a tour Many opportunities to ask questions and have conversations with colleagues
What you will see today A “live” demonstration of interoperability: Application-to-Application System-to-System Setting-to-Setting Held in locations worldwide Multiple vendor products communicating and exchanging clinical information within and between enterprises, regions, nations Uses accepted standards such as ISO, HL7, IEEE, DiCOM and many others In the U.S. includes HITSP Specifications and Constructs In Europe includes epSOS
Why Interoperability – what is the value? Allows clinical systems to “talk” to one another throughout & within enterprise For example… In a hospital The system in the ER can pass vital information to the OR, ICU In a health Information exchange [HIE] Locate clinical information & share between providers
Interoperability is relevant worldwide U.S. example IHE helps “power” the Nationwide Health Information Network NHIN Pilot Projects Europe Example epSOS Initiative – IHE in use throughout the project
Is this real? Reality – not a future vision – what is possible and happening now, today Through use of clinical scenarios, we will take you through specific examples to not just tell you but show you that interoperability is in use and is already making a difference
What you will see today is one of 50+ stories across 14 themes: Care Administrative Efficiency Care Coordination Chronic Care Clinical Research Clinical Decision Support Device Connectivity Throughout the Healthcare Spectrum Emergency Care Health Information Exchange Core Services Maternal Health Patient privacy Protection Public Health Quality and Surveillance Metrics in Public Health Quality Measure Deployment FHA – connecting to the NHIN
Showcase Participants Include… 80 participating entities, including 70 vendors 10 organizations Plus another 30 or so in the Federal Health Architecture – Connecting to the NHIN All on the same “page” in support of interoperability All systems using IHE Profiles and HITSP Specifications and Constructs
Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise IHE Over a decade of experience Founded in 1997 Sponsored by RSNA and HIMSS Led by volunteer members and sponsors 300 organizational members worldwide From four continents In over 24 countries Members include Practicing Clinicians Academic Medicine professionals Healthcare Executives HIT Vendors, Consultants Membership Organizations Professional Societies And more
Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel- HITSP HITSP Purpose To harmonize and integrate diverse standards that will meet clinical and business needs for sharing information among organizations and systems.
IHE, Global Standards-Based Profiles Adopted in National & Regional Projects Quebec, Toronto,Alberta, British ColumbiaCanada Infoway KeyHIE Pennsylvania CareSpark – TN & VA VITL-Vermont Harrison Med Center SouthShore Decatur Hosp & Practices Boston Medical Center - MA Providence HIE MedVirginia-SSA Philadelphia HIE SHARP Community Wake Forest California Prisons CentralFlorida NHIN – Kaiser/VA THINC- New York NCHICA – N. Carolina http://tinyurl.com/WWXDS 11
IHE, Global Standards-Based Profiles Adopted in National & Regional Projects Austria Lower Austria NETHERLANDS Friesland Natn’l Mamography Italy Conto Corrente Salute Venetto - Friuli VITL-Vermont FranceDMP Quebec, Toronto,Alberta, British ColumbiaCanada Infoway SuisseSt Gallen Lausane Walles (Imaging-Tender) Boston Medical Center - MA see tinyurl.com/wwXDS Philadelphia HIE Belgium Flemish-Leuven KeyHIE Pennsylvania CareSpark – TN & VA South Africa THINC- New York NCHICA – N. Carolina Providence Health System - OR CHINA-Shanghai Imaging Info Sharing CHINA-MoH Lab results sharing JAPAN-Nagoya Imaging Info Sharing, Nationwide PDI guideline 12 12
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Thank you for joining us! Find out more, visit IHE@HIMSS.ORG www.IHE.NET WWW.INTEROPERABILITYSHOWCASE.ORG