Presentation on theme: "Patient Care Device Interoperability Standards"— Presentation transcript:
1Patient Care Device Interoperability Standards IHE-PCDPatient Care Device Interoperability Standards
2State of open standards-based medical device connectivity? Nonexistent!Proprietary Interfaces + Partnerships =Security for vendorsLimitations & expense for providers & patientsA business issue – not a lack of technology
3What has blocked implementation of medical device interoperability? Incomplete standards … but no longer the case!Uncoordinated & inconsistent demand from providers and other user stakeholdersUndefined stakeholder value propositionsResources – esp. of standardization effortsInfrastructure is a hard sell (who benefits?!)A business issue – not a lack of technology
5IHE Patient Care Devices Domain ISOTC215 WG7Single set ofInternationallyHarmonizedMedical DeviceInformatics & InteroperabilityStandardsIEEEEMBS 1073CENTC251 WGIVHL7DEV SIG
6ISO/IEEE purpose:Provide real-time plug-and-play interoperability for patient-connected medical devicesandFacilitate the efficient exchange of vital signs and medical device data, acquired at the point-of-care, in all health care environments…leveraging off-the-shelf technologies, scaling across a wide range of system complexities, and supporting commercially viable implementations.
7Core set of standards in place… Nomenclature / TerminologyInformation modelApplication Profile – Base Std.Transport Profile: CabledTransport Profile: IR wirelessTogether these support connector-to-content interfaces!