OHIE IOL & SHR Community Call Tuesday 14 March 2016 4:00pm SAST (GMT+2) / 10:00am EDT (GMT-4 DST)

Dear All

Please be reminded that there is an OHIE IOL and OHIE SHR combined community call scheduled for tomorrow Tuesday 15 March 2016 at 16:00pm SAST (GMT+ 2) / 10:00am EDT (GMT -4 DST). Other time zones here

Agenda

  • IOL in the sandbox environment - comment on it being slow and discussion around that
  • Visualiser discussion
  • OpenFN link to the IOL as a json transform

You can access notes by clicking on link : https://wiki.ohie.org/display/resources/2016-03-15+IOL+Community+Calls

**How to Join: **

Access Code 61489468#

Toll Free Numbers:

US: 800-220-9875

Canada: 800-221-8656

South Africa 0-800-982-555

International (Not Toll-free) 1-302-709-8332

Thank you

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Regards
Tariro Mandevani

Project and Logistics Assistant|Jembi Health Systems|South Africa

Cape Town Office:

Tel: +27(0)21 701 0939

Skype: tariro.mandevani2

Email: tariro.mandevani@jembi.org

Hi All,
Not sure if we will have time to discuss this today, but I wanted to discuss some recent activity related to the 90-90-90 Clinical Cascade for ART in Namibia. There is a YouTube video w/ a bit of the problem statement and expected approach.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpYjnSvJvoA
One thing that we were looking at is the clinical data that was captured in the various systems. From our perspective, it seemed that putting this into CDAs on OpenSHR was probably too heavy for what we needed. Instead, we are looking at setting up more lightweight transactions/data model using a FHIR Server. This is our “ADT Data Warehouse” in the youtube video. With the FHIR resources, there was quite a good impedance match between the already available FHIR resources and the clinical information that is/needs to be collected.

The original slides should be available here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/x3dethlpk8vebmc/namibia_art_openhie.pptx?dl=0

Cheers,
-carl

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On Monday, March 14, 2016 at 4:02:28 AM UTC-4, Tariro Mandevani wrote:

Dear All

Please be reminded that there is an OHIE IOL and OHIE SHR combined community call scheduled for tomorrow Tuesday 15 March 2016 at 16:00pm SAST (GMT+ 2) / 10:00am EDT (GMT -4 DST). Other time zones here

Agenda

  • IOL in the sandbox environment - comment on it being slow and discussion around that
  • Visualiser discussion
  • OpenFN link to the IOL as a json transform

You can access notes by clicking on link : https://wiki.ohie.org/display/resources/2016-03-15+IOL+Community+Calls

**How to Join: **

Access Code 61489468#

Toll Free Numbers:

US: 800-220-9875

Canada: 800-221-8656

South Africa 0-800-982-555

International (Not Toll-free) 1-302-709-8332

Thank you

Regards
Tariro Mandevani

Project and Logistics Assistant|Jembi Health Systems|South Africa

Cape Town Office:

Tel: +27(0)21 701 0939

Skype: tariro.mandevani2

Email: tariro.m...@jembi.org

Happy to add this to the agenda to talk about

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On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 3:43 PM, Carl Leitner litlfred@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All,
Not sure if we will have time to discuss this today, but I wanted to discuss some recent activity related to the 90-90-90 Clinical Cascade for ART in Namibia. There is a YouTube video w/ a bit of the problem statement and expected approach.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpYjnSvJvoA
One thing that we were looking at is the clinical data that was captured in the various systems. From our perspective, it seemed that putting this into CDAs on OpenSHR was probably too heavy for what we needed. Instead, we are looking at setting up more lightweight transactions/data model using a FHIR Server. This is our “ADT Data Warehouse” in the youtube video. With the FHIR resources, there was quite a good impedance match between the already available FHIR resources and the clinical information that is/needs to be collected.

The original slides should be available here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/x3dethlpk8vebmc/namibia_art_openhie.pptx?dl=0

Cheers,
-carl

On Monday, March 14, 2016 at 4:02:28 AM UTC-4, Tariro Mandevani wrote:

Dear All

Please be reminded that there is an OHIE IOL and OHIE SHR combined community call scheduled for tomorrow Tuesday 15 March 2016 at 16:00pm SAST (GMT+ 2) / 10:00am EDT (GMT -4 DST). Other time zones here

Agenda

  • IOL in the sandbox environment - comment on it being slow and discussion around that
  • Visualiser discussion
  • OpenFN link to the IOL as a json transform

You can access notes by clicking on link : https://wiki.ohie.org/display/resources/2016-03-15+IOL+Community+Calls

**How to Join: **

Access Code 61489468#

Toll Free Numbers:

US: 800-220-9875

Canada: 800-221-8656

South Africa 0-800-982-555

International (Not Toll-free) 1-302-709-8332

Thank you

Regards
Tariro Mandevani

Project and Logistics Assistant|Jembi Health Systems|South Africa

Cape Town Office:

Tel: +27(0)21 701 0939

Skype: tariro.mandevani2

Email: tariro.m...@jembi.org

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