Presentation on theme: "1 IHE PCD F2F 2014-04-01 IHE PCD Quick Updates IHE PCD Face-to-Face, Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday Q1 and Q2, April 1, 2014 Paul Schluter, GE Healthcare Q1:"— Presentation transcript:
1 IHE PCD F2F IHE PCD Quick Updates IHE PCD Face-to-Face, Cleveland, Ohio Tuesday Q1 and Q2, April 1, 2014 Paul Schluter, GE Healthcare Q1: RTM, IDCO, RTM Q2: Ventilator Specialization Q4: TJC and NPSG
2 IHE PCD F2F RTM, IEEE and ISO/TC121/SC4 ActivityDescription and Status IEEE a Migrating hRTM and RTMMS to IEEE P a. Goal: ballot draft available prior to HL7 meeting in May. Preliminary draft complete, but further work need: Infusion pump terms (Todd, Jeff, pump WG) Mapping w.r.t. ISO/TC121/SC4 ventilator terms. Next … RTM and b Compile list of alert and event identifiers (with Monroe). Collaborate with ISO/TC121/SC4 regarding ventilator mode, configuration and commands.
3 IHE PCD F2F IDCO (Implanted Device Cardiac Observation) Activity, Description and Status IDCO V1 has been quite successful – people are using it! Still working on list of Version 2 nomenclature extensions (10% complete). (new participants, getting everyone up to speed) Continue to work with physicians in the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) regarding use-cases to help prioritize efforts (e.g. annotated EGMs vs new parameters). Evening planning meetings with the HRS: IDCO V1 has been quite successful – people are using it! Plan face-to-face at HRS meeting in May Related work: EPRC – Electrophysiology report profile using IDC (IEEE ) terminology, sent as a CDA document.
4 IHE PCD F2F Ventilator Specialization (preliminary) Ventilator Containment TreeMETRICs (OBX dot-level 4+) MDS Ventilator VMD Ventilator CHAN: Ventilator CHAN: Nebulizer VMD Airway multi-parameter CHAN: Pressure CHAN: Flow CHAN: Volume CHAN: Breath Pattern VMD Airway gas analyzer CHAN: Oxygen CHAN: CO2 CHAN: NO/NO2 CHAN: Anesthesia Agent and so on … In PCD-01 messages, VMD OBX is required. Explicit CHAN OBX not required unless needed for disambiguation of METRIC identifiers.
5 IHE PCD F2F ACM and TJC NPSG TJC NPSG PhaseDescription Phase I - Jan 2014 In Phase I (beginning January 2014), hospitals will be required to establish alarms as an organization priority and identify the most important alarms to manage based on their own internal situations. Phase II – Jan 2016 In Phase II (beginning January 2016), hospitals will be expected to develop and implement specific components of policies and procedures. Education of those in the organization about alarm system management will also be required in January June 2013, The Joint Commission approved new National Patient Safety Goal NPSG on clinical alarm safety for hospitals and critical access hospitals. f