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Agenda

Planning for Devices Track at Atlanta WGM FHIR Connectathon

See 2019-09 Devices Track (Confluence page)

Attendance

Stefan Karl, Brian Reinhold, John Dyer, John Rhoads (notes)

Discussion

Device Track goals

  • Increase visibility of device data in FHIR including simple use cases and scenarios
  • Give interested people who haven’t been involved a chance to “kick the tires” and learn a little bit in a hands-on way
  • Provide evidence toward increasing the “FHIR maturity” scores for related resources
  • Increase visibility of device data in FHIR including simple use cases and scenarios
  • Give interested people who haven’t been involved a chance to “kick the tires” and learn a little bit in a hands-on way
  • Provide evidence toward increasing the “FHIR maturity” scores for related resources

Code elements available or planned for Personal Health Device (PHD) demoing

  • Purpose-built written material (overview, walkthrough of data on FHIR server)
  • Uploaders (Java for Android, not using HAPI)
  • Readers (using HAPI, runs on any Java platform)
  • Note: Requires FHIR server supporting WebSockets w/ Subscription
  • Feature remote patient monitoring

Code elements available or planned for Point of Care Device (PoCD) demoing

  • Purpose-built written tutorial material
  • “Look for yourself” walkthroughs of device data using Postman
  • Stefan Karl has Java client demo for placing PoCD device data on FHIR server
  • Add to Brian Reinhold Java to support extra resources for PoCD Implementation Guide

Actions: John R to coordinate with Todd Cooper regarding strategies for building demos around preeclampsia (PE) scenario previously used




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