This track will focus on testing the use of existing US Core compliant FHIR servers as a source for quality reporting data. We will focus testing on one CMS eCQM and one HEDIS measure, and will provide participants with FHIR Bundles containing all test data. Participants playing the Clinical Data Repository role would be expected to be able to load the test data and expose that data on a single, open FHIR endpoint conforming to US Core 3.1.1.
Test the following 2022 Reporting CMS/HEDIS Measures for FHIR R4:
Test an Implementation Guide
Track Lead Email(s)
Call for Participants
Track Implementers Connection Call
Wednesday, June 15th at 10 AM ET (Implementers Connection Call)
Wednesday, June 29th at 10 AM ET (Planning/Working Session)
Scenarios (Exam125FHIR and Exam130FHIR)
Individual and Summary Measure Report
Action: The reporting system uses data requirements from the knowledge repository and value sets from the terminology server to construct and issue FHIR queries against the clinical data repository to retrieve the data of interest for the measure and subject(s).
Action: The reporting system posts data gathered from the clinical data repository to the receiving system.
Action: The reporting system issues an
Precondition: The knowledge repository has measure and library resources loaded. The terminology server has value sets loaded. The clinical data repository has patient information loaded.
Success Criteria: The reporting system displays expected results for the selected measure and subject.
Bonus point: The reporting system displays expected population results for all test patients
Security and Privacy Considerations:
This track will use all synthetic data and open FHIR endpoints.