Presentation on theme: "Medical Device Standards"— Presentation transcript:
1Medical Device Standards OrganizationDescriptionLinkSystematized Nomenclature of Medicine--Clinical Terms (SNOMED-CT®)International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO)Comprehensive clinical terminologyLogical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC®)RegenstriefLaboratory and clinical observationsRosetta Terminology Mapping (RTM)IHE Patient Care Devices Working groupMedical Device Terminology Mapping that relates proprietary device codes to ISO IEEE , LOINC, SNOMED-CT.Universal Medical Device Nomenclature System™(UMDNS)ECRI InstituteStandard international nomenclature and computer coding system for medical devices. It is used to as a taxonomy of devices for inventory, management, and acquisition.https://www.ecri.org/Products/Pages/UMDNS.aspx?sub=Management%20Tools,%20Guidelines,%20Standards,%20and%20NomenclatureIHE Patient Care Devices Technical Framework – Integration Profiles (Volume 1)Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE)Specification of detailed workflow and information exchange to support Device to Enterprise Communication, Implantable Device Communication, Infusion Pumps, and Rosetta Terminology Mapping.IHE Patient Care Devices (PCD) Technical Framework – Transactions (Volume 2)IHETechnical specification consisting of set of HL7 Version transaction profiles to support the integration profiles in Volume 1The lines identify the relationships between standards initiatives. We also highlight that HL7 Version 2 is used/constrained.HL7 Version 2
2Medical Device Standards OrganizationDescriptionLinkIHE PCD Technical Framework – Semantic Content (Volume 3)IHESpecifies use-case-specific content profiles that constrain the structure and content (including standards-based interoperability). It is intended to encourage the reuse of structural/semantic specification referenced in Volume 2 of the framework. Terminology such as ISO IEEE , LOINC, SNOMED-CT are used to specify constraints.Supplement to IHE PCD framework: Alarm Communication Management (ACM)Published to support alarm communication and management – including notifying clinicians of specific alarm eventsSupplement to IHE PCD framework:Infusion Pump Event Communication (PEC)Published ; the CP-PCD (IPEC Trigger Event) was published to support the communication of pump workflow events.Subscribe to Patient data (SPD)Published (Reissued for on ) to support patient demographics lookup.
3Medical Device Standards OrganizationDescriptionLinkThe Continua Version 2011 Design GuidelinesContinua Health AllianceThe Continua Health Alliance's Design Guidelines contains references to the standards and specifications that Continua selected for ensuring interoperability of devices. It also contains additional Design Guidelines for interoperability that further clarify these standards and specifications by reducing options in the underlying standard or specification or by adding a feature missing in the underlying standard or specification.These guidelines focus on the following interfaces: PAN-IF - Interface to Personal Area Network health devices. xHRN-IF - Interface between Disease Management Services (DMS) WAN devices (xHR Senders) and Electronic Health Record (EHR) devices (xHR Receivers).These guidelines were specifically written for device manufacturers that intend to go through the Continua Certification process with their devices, companies that integrate Continua devices in systems and subsystems, and test labs that certify compliance to Continua specifications.Continua offers verification and certification of vendor products. This aspect is very attractive from a contracting stand-point. The contract language could also require that a product passes Continua certification testing.
4Medical Device Standards OrganizationDescriptionLinkISO IEEE , Health informatics – Point-of-care medical device communication –NomenclatureISO IEEEWithin the context of the ISO/IEEE family of standards for point-of-care (POC) medicaldevice communication (MCD), this standard provides the nomenclature that supports both the domain informationmodel and service model components of the standards family, as well as the semantic contentexchanged with medical devices. The nomenclature is specialized for patient vital signs information representationand medical device informatics, with major areas including concepts for electrocardiograph (ECG),haemodynamics, respiration, blood gas, urine, fluid-related metrics, and neurology, as well as specializedunits of measurement, general device events, alarms, and body sites. The standard defines both the architectureand major components of the nomenclature, along with extensive definitions for each conceptual area.