Care Without Boundaries: Using Standards to Automate Data, Knowledge and Process Exchange across a Federated Landscape
1:30pm - 2:30pmTuesday, March 10
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
Hall E - Booth 8300 - Education Theater
Healthcare standards are critical to overcoming system, role and geographical boundaries that currently exist today. They do this by 1) collecting, standardizing and exchanging individual records across a federated data landscape; 2) evaluating these records against executable knowledge artifacts (e.g., clinical decision support rules); and, 3) using standardized data and best practices for the automated execution of processes, workflows, clinical pathways and protocols to inform cross-boundary activities such as care coordination. This session will focus on the incorporation of the standards for terminology (LOINC, SNOMED CT), data exchange (HL7 FHIR®), process automation (BPM+ Health) and knowledge endpoints (CQL, CDS-Hooks) to automate the delivery of best practice guidelines across the patient’s journey to make healthcare cheaper, better, faster and more satisfying for all stakeholders.
Aggregate, standardize and optimize patient data to drive interoperability, computations, automation and analytics.
Invoke third party endpoints, such as clinical decision support rules expressed through a CDS-Hooks interface.
Demonstrate the orchestration and automation of clinical practice guidelines using full technology stack modeling and process engineering standards.
Provide reusable business process models and executable knowledge artifacts that automate menial human tasks in healthcare workflows.
Share models that operate with population health science at the individual patient level.