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The EBMonFHIR project  Has Greatly Expanded in Response to COVID-19 Related Demands

For Current and Detailed information go to COVID-19 Knowledge Accelerator at:

for more information about meeting times and current projects.

Contact jdehnbostel@computablepublishing.com for feedback or facilitation for getting involved.

EBMonFHIR Project Information

Project Insight

  • The Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Resources for Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM) Knowledge Assets project (EBMonFHIR) was approved on May 16, 2018 as an HL7 project.
  • FHIR SOLVES INTEROPERABILITY FOR PATIENT DATA
    • Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is an HL7 standard
    • Developed by US government (ONC, CDC, AHRQ, FDA, NIH, CMS), other
    governments, healthcare systems, payers (UHC, Aetna, etc), EHRs (Cerner, Epic,
    Allscripts, etc.), industry – all agreeing how to do it as a standard
  • EBMonFHIR is sponsored by the Clinical Decision Support Work Group and co-sponsored by the Clinical Quality Information Work Group and Biomedical Research and Regulation Work Group.
  • The goal of EBMonFHIR is to provide interoperability (standards for data exchange) for those producing, analyzing, synthesizing, disseminating and implementing clinical research (evidence) and recommendations for clinical care (clinical practice guidelines).
  • You can contact Brian Alper, the project lead, at balper@computablepublishing.com.
  • There was an EBMonFHIR track at eight HL7 Connectathons: Baltimore September 2018, San Antonio January 2019, Montreal May 2019, Atlanta September 2019, Sydney February 2020, virtually May 2020, virtually January 2021, and virtually May 2021.
  • Project Scope Statement

Introduction Video to EBMonFHIR and COVID-19 Knowledge  Accelerator Project for the January 2021 Connectathon (Recorded on Dec 14, 2020)

The EBMonFHIR group has expanded to the Covid-19 Knowledge Accelerator Initiative with the following weekly schedule (Last updated July 25, 2022):

Day

Time (Eastern)

Team


Monday 

8-9 am 

Project Management Working Group


Monday 

9-10 am

Usability Research Project Working Group


Monday

1-2 pm

Eligibility Criteria Working Group


Tuesday

11am-12 pm

Common Metadata Framework Working Group


Tuesday

2-3 pm 

Research Design Working Group


Wednesday

8-9 am 

Knowledge Ecosystem Liaison Working Group


Wednesday

9-10 am

Statistic Standard and Terminology Working Group


Wednesday

 2-3 pm

Terminology and Ontology Working Group


Thursday

 9-10 am

Computable EBM Tools Development Working Group


Thursday

10-11 am

EBM Decision Map Working Group


Thursday

4-5 pm

Project Management Working Group


Friday

9-10 am

Risk of Bias Terminology and Tooling Working Group


Friday

10-11 am

Communications (Awareness, Scholarly Publications) WG


You are welcome to join us!

Please email balper@computablepublishing.com with any questions.

For all of the above meetings: Join Microsoft Teams Meeting

+1 929-346-7156   United States, New York City (Toll)

Conference ID: 324 918 025#

Local numbers

Meeting support by Computable Publishing LLC

Project Documents

Blank Resources (Templates)

Patients with Stroke Alteplase vs. Placebo

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4 Comments

  1. Hi. Are there any plans to move project documents to Confluence? Some organizations restrict access to material on Google Docs.

    1. Hi Carmela, for the large documents we're sticking with Google Docs for the foreseeable future. But if someone is having trouble accessing the documents we'll probably switch to Confluence for them. Do you know of anyone having trouble with our documents specifically?

      1. Hi Khalid. Thanks. I am not able to see any of the minutes and various other documents - one example is  


        1. I can send you some of this via email attachment for now, does that work for you?