Real-world testing of the CARIN IG for Digital Insurance Card using a SMART Health Card/SMART Health Link.
This project is intended to develop artifacts (FHIR implementation guides, code mappings, reference implementations, etc) to retrieve proof of insurance coverage information via FHIR when requested or shared by a Patient in order to create an electronic rendering of the insurance membership card within a digital application.
The objectives of this track are:
What are the goals?
Test an Implementation Guide
Call for participants
Patients, Providers, Insurance companies, App developers
|In advance of the Connectathon we would ask participants to attend the Implementers Connection Calls and have signed up for the track ahead of the deadline. It is critical to attend the calls and sign up by the deadline as we will be matching implementers to ensure that everyone has someone to test the below Scenarios. Testers are encouraged to review the CARIN IG For Digital Insurance Cards SMART Health Links Use Case and are listen to a recording of a meeting walking through the use cases: https://leavittpartners.zoom.us/rec/share/z9hXTe2bpXxVFZo4g9gIM7AdI0Ko-yhAdhIHTOT-wUn9u9voT5OXS4jdXnm2cE9A.kBSiFsifScaWAV8m |
Track Lead Email(s)
Track Kick off Call
Track Kick-off Call: 12pm ET on Thursday, August 17.
A recording of the call can be found here:
Testers should join the two touchpoint calls to coordinate testing objectives.
Touchpoint Call #1: Wednesday, August 30 3-4pm ET
Touchpoint Call #2: Wednesday, September 6th 12-1pm ET
The Commons Project
Thoughtkeg Application Services Corporation
Point of Care Partners
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama
In advance of the Connectathon we would ask participants to attend the Touchpoint calls and have signed up for the track ahead of the deadline.
Scenario: PHR/ wallet/ patient apps ingests SMART Health Link from Data Holder.
Step #1 Review CI Build
Step #2 Review the Shc-web-reader
Implementers can use the create-react-app web application that can run standalone or as a provider-launch SMART-on-FHIR application. It scans Smart Health Card QR Codes sourced from barcode scanners, copy/paste, connected cameras or by searching a patient record for scanned documents (e.g., an insurance card scan). Data from the SHC are displayed in a structured way and can be easily copied to complete structured input forms.
Step #3 If you have the capability to capture a SMART Health Insurance card, you can use the Sample Cigna SMART Health Insurance Card
Step #4 A useful repository with additional sample SMART Health Links to aid in testing viewers and other SHC- or SHL-consuming apps.