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VHA Medical Device Interoperability Program (MDIP) Pulse Oximetry Integration with Clinical Applications Project Kick Off Meeting Monday 13 February 2012.

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1 VHA Medical Device Interoperability Program (MDIP) Pulse Oximetry Integration with Clinical Applications Project Kick Off Meeting Monday 13 February EST

2 Agenda TopicsPresenter(s)Time Roll call and introductionsLeah Krynicky Greg Staudenmaier Communication process & weekly call scheduleIoana Singureanu Use case summary & clinician needsSean McFarland IHE process overviewJohn Rhoads Project milestones reviewIoana Singureanu Technical approachIoana Singureanu Engagement with subject matter expertsCatherine Hoang/ Ioana Singureanu Follow-up actions for next meetingIoana Singureanu

3 Communication IHE PCD Pulse Oximtery Project Wiki: Proposal and other IHE artifacts Agendas and minutes MDIP Wiki: Draft documents, links to appropriate PCD Pulse Oximetry pages Google Groups: Project team communication Weekly Meeting: Chair/convener for the meeting Robert’s Rules “light” used to moderate the discussion and capture decisions Quorum requirements for binding decisions 3

4 Weekly Call Information (WebEx) Topic: PCD Pulse Oximetry Date: Every Monday, from Monday, February 13, 2012 to no end date Time: 1:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00) Meeting Number: Meeting Password: PCDmeet1 To join the online meeting (Now from mobile devices!) 1. Go to https://himss.webex.com/himss/j.php?ED= &UID=0&PW=NOGRmNmM4NjI4& RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D 2. If requested, enter your name and address. 3. If a password is required, enter the meeting password: PCDmeet1 4. Click "Join". https://himss.webex.com/himss/j.php?ED= &UID=0&PW=NOGRmNmM4NjI4& RT=MiMxMQ%3D%3D 4

5 Pulse Oximetry Use Case Milestones TaskDue Date Start development of Technical Framework SupplementJan-March 2012 Draft Technical Framework Supplement for TC Ballot ReviewApril, 2012 TF Supplement BallotApril-May, 2012 Complete TF Supplement for Pulse OximetryMay 29, 2012 Prepare public ballotMay- June, 2012 Internal VA TC review of ballotTBD (early June) Publish IHE PCD Supplements for Public BallotJune 5, 2012 Publish IHE PCD TF with all the supplementsJune 15h, 2012 Publish new Supplements for Trial ImplementationAugust 7, 2012 VA pilot project to implement the Pulse Oximetry SupplementJuly - December VA pilot project - Unit testing completedDecember 15, 2011 IHE ConnectathonJanuary 2, 2013 HIMSS 2013 Interoperability Showcase demonstrationFebruary 1,

6 6 IHE Process Overview

7 Pulse Oximetry Use Case Summary Goal: Improve patient safety by making disparate systems interoperable so that clinicians can see all of the patient's pulse oximetry readings. Problem: The ability of exchanging pulse oximetry with enterprise information systems using the standards and terminology that are native to those system would constitute a great advantage to the provider who use those devices and accelerate the integration with enterprise systems where the documentation for medical services is completed. Solution: Identify a way to automatically capture these values as well as record interventions with these readings. Ideally, there should be real‐time feedback to the staff to be alerted to values outside the acceptable ranges for intervention. Also, there should be some way to validate the readings and annotate issues affecting the reading for final placement in the EHR. Benefit: This will allow clinicians to make better informed decisions about the patient's treatment plan. Additionally, a comprehensive list of values can provide researchers a wide variety of data, which can lead to best practices 7

8 Technical Approach Care-setting Specific workflows – ICU, OR, Step-down unit Continuous or periodic information exchange (device initiated) – based on the frequency allowed by the device or configured on the device manager. This type of exchange is typical in the Operating Room for anesthesia record keeping and in Intensive Care Units for clinical flowsheets. The pulse oximetry values are automatically added to the patient’s chart/medical record. The information is validated in the information system that receives the medical device information. User-specified information exchange – the device information is sent to the information system based on explicit user actions/request. The use may specify a set or range of measurements as relevant to the condition or treatment of the patient. These results are sent to the information site. Our analysis will determine whether the data is validated at the point of care or after the information is sent to the information system. 8

9 Detailed analysis of clinical workflow Define the context of use for medical devices to enable automation and interoperability Improve efficiency Improve quality Accelerate documentation Identify the information used by or produced during the clinical workflow Conetent Profile – Business workflows – Structural constaints on PCD-01 based on info modeling/DCMs – Terminoloygy constaints and mappings Technical Approach Content Profile Terminology Mapping Information Requirements Information Requirements Clinical Workflow Use Case 9

10 Engagement with SMEs Three steps : Walk-through Artifact Review/Revise Artifact To engage effectively: Communicate the draft to the SMEs prior to review Allows them to participate in a specific topic/meeting Call to walk through the artifact Level-setting and review of draft Revise the artifact based on the SME’s comments Follow up with comments Draft Artifact 10

11 Questions Action items & next steps 11


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