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HL7 UK SNOMED CT Interoperability Forum


HL7 UK Technical Committee Working Meeting
        

Date & Time:

Tuesday 8th November 2016

Location:

 Elsevier Clinical Solutions, London

 

 

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Agenda

 

 

  Arrival & tea/coffee

   Welcome & introduction to the day
                   Rik Smithies, HL7 UK TC Chair, & Ann Wrightson

   Experience with data re-use in CDS and long-term condition management
                   Colin Macfarlane, Elsevier Clinical Solutions

   Update on UK FHIR Profiles
                   Philip Scott, HL7 UK Chair

   Break with coffee/tea

   Taking the wide-angle view: Describing data for reuse across record keeping, managing care, interoperability, analytics, and research
                    Ann Wrightson

   Data Discovery and Sharing at UCLH -
                    Tito Castillo - Data governance within the NHS is problematic. Metadata registries and catalogues need to be  established but what metadata   standards can we use to support this work?   

                    Karen Tingay: Data documentation and archiving for linked administrative and survey research at the University of Swansea - Data Documentation Initiative (DDI) standards within the context of a research project, linking the Millennium Cohort Study to Welsh and Scottish health data.

    Lunch & informal discussion

   HL7 UK Update 2
                   Rik Smithies, HL7 UK TC Chair

    SNOMED CT Analytics in the NHS: Acceptance and Readiness
                   Jeremy Rogers, NHS Digital, and Jay Kola, Noesis Informatica

   This session explores a number of practical issues around secondary uses of point-of-care records with terminology content in SNOMED CT. Theory is not enough – it needs to work for real, in the field.

  • Getting the terminology into the records:
    • Arguing the benefits: Why now? What will SNOMED CT give me that I don’t already have?
    • Enablers for technical readiness – obvious and not so obvious
    • Getting to grips with Analytics:
      • How does SNOMED CT change the game?
        • Comparing specific use cases with and without SNOMED CT
  • What tools and methods are needed to realize the benefits? Who needs what?

 There will be a short break with tea/coffee available around 1530.

   Pulling together the threads of the day - Opportunities & next steps?
                    Discussion, facilitated by Ann Wrightson

            Wrap & close
                   Rik Smithies, HL7 UK TC Chair

Please note that this is an HL7 UK event and is not directly affiliated with or presented by IHTSDO.

 "SNOMED" and "SNOMED CT" are registered trademarks of the IHTSDO.

 

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Attendees:

  • Steve Carey, Health Information Systems

  • Javier Carrenyo, Predicting Data

  • Tito Castillo, UCLH

  • Hercules Fisherman, Constant Commerce

  • Andrew Frangleton, Clinical Architecture

  • Hildegard Franck, freshEHR Clinical Informatics Ltd.

  • Cathy Harris, Google Deepmind Health

  • Henry Horton, Phoccus

  • Simon Knee, NHS Digital

  • Jay Kola, Noesis Informatica

  • Colin Macfarlane, Elsevier

  • Tom Macfarlane, Accenture

  • Rahma Osman, City University

  • Andrew Perry, NHS Digital

  • Roman Radomski, iEHR.eu

  • David Ramlakhan, UCLH

  • Jeremy Rogers, NHS Digital

  • Philip Scott, University of Portsmouth

  • Edem Seglah

  • Rik Smithies, NProgram Ltd

  • Karen Tingay, Swansea University

  • Adam Towler, Epro

  • Mark Vaughan, Civica UK

  • Martin Whittaker, Touchstone Consultancy

  • Robert Worden, Open Mapping Software

  • Ann Wrightson, Ramsey Systems

 

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