Session ID: 
INT4

A Use Case RoadMap: Driving Policies & Standards

1:15pm - 2:15pm Monday, February 11
Orlando - Orange County Convention Center
W230A

Description

Interoperability requires an alignment of policies, standards, and technologies.  Harmonization across these components is more easily achieved when specific value propositions are identified and stakeholders are in concurrence.  Therefore, much progress is driven incrementally – often leveraging a use case-driven approach. This session explores the near-term use case roadmap for industry consortia and the implications for care delivery and value-based initiatives.

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe how the interrelationship between policies, standards and technology drive interoperability
  • Explain how use cases can be used to harmonize policies with evolving and existing standards to support practical applications
  • Discuss the 2-year use case roadmaps being developed by leading industry consortia
  • Explain how these new use cases can resolve existing deficiencies in interoperability

Speaker(s): 

Director, Carequality,
The Sequoia Project & Care Connectivity Consortium
Nurse Informaticist/ Chief Operating Officer,
Intermountian Healthcare
President,
Audacious Inquiry, LLC

Audience: 

Clinical Informaticists
Information Management Professional

Level: 

Intermediate