Presentation on theme: "CDM Data Analytics Using a RIM approach Diane Gutiw PhD SAIC Canada Health Solutions Business Unit."— Presentation transcript:
CDM Data Analytics Using a RIM approach Diane Gutiw PhD SAIC Canada Health Solutions Business Unit
CDM Data Analytics Discussion … The Business Problem Overview of CDM Workflow Overview of the need for Data Analytics Support in V3 messaging and RIM How to implement BioSense as potential solution for CDM
The CDM Business Problem Multiple disease conditions Diabetes, CHF, COPD, HBP, Asthma, Renal, Depression, Arthritis, Alzheimer's, Epilepsy, Hepatitis, CF, Eating Disorders, Obesity, Cancer, Anemia, AIDS/HIV etc. May be overlap in conditions Treatment focus is disease management not cure CDM Clinician collaboratives Data sharing based on treatments and outcomes rather than POS data Challenges of data collection Challenges of data standardization/normalization
Potential Data Sources SHR RIM SHR RIM EMR Pharmacy ADT Drug Repository Lab Repository DI Repository Location Repository Provider Repository Client Registry Immunization Repository
Support in Messaging Supporting Messages: Lab Diagnostic Imaging Immunization Prescription ADT … Gaps identified in existing reporting for CDM
Gaps in HL7 v3 Messaging Use existing Registries/Repositories as source of truth CDM elements available in RIM Clinical data specific to CDM not in any existing RMIM Data required for CDM Analytics outside of existing repositories: Clinical background (smoking cessation, diet, weight loss) all available in SNOMED Concept of Collaborative Teams Includes combined assessment, referrals, treatment, hospitalizations and adjusted treatment pattern for CDM Treatment refusals, testing negation indicators and lifestyle adjustments/refusals critical to data analytics And then how to consolidate data and extract for meaningful use?
Benefits of a RIM-based solution Supports data modeling requirements Supports standardization Supports normalization Extends to multiple conditions, treatments, outcomes Supports reporting needs
BioSense Solution BioSense Solution: To provide a technology platform which simplifies the enablement of public health reporting in a healthcare-centric environment, satisfying the requirements of HITECH and meaningful use objectives relative to Public Health.
BioSense Architecture A toolset that can be run standalone, or can be integrated into an existing system or system interface. An interface that allows loose coupling. This allows it to be integrated into proprietary platforms such as Microsoft.NET. A design to support Public Health reporting, and flexible enough to support future health reporting requirements. Interoperable Hardware and software vendor independent. Able to collect appropriate and targeted hospital/jurisdictional data.
Retail Pharmacy Rx POS Hospitals & Clinics Secure Data Network Provides Certificate based authentication services BioSense System 12 Integrator Rhapsody The Integrator listens to the sources HL7 traffic and places needed data on-line Data Marts Application specific, de-normalized & decentralized data Data Broker Rhapsody Receives source data, un-batches and transforms HL7 files to XML & send XML to queue Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) Informatica Apply business rules to data and load Data Warehouse Data Warehouse Centralized Data Repository Secure Messaging Provides a guaranteed message delivery service across the internet Application SAS WebLogic ESRI Bio-Intelligence Users Public Health Users And CDM Users SAS Analytics POS Labs LifeRay Portal
Example: Stand-alone Solution for Surveillance 13 BIOSENSE NATIONAL HEALTH SAFETY NETWORK BIOSENSE ELR Public Health Open Reporting System (PHORS) PHORS leverages SAICs healthcare and HL7 messaging knowledge. The PHORS architecture is designed to allow Infection Control Practitioners (ICPs) to define detection rules which are then stored in a rules based engine and used by web services to identify patient data to assist ICPs in managing and reporting of Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI)
BioSense Features 14 Configurable by the end user You select the characteristics of the records Controllable by the end user Can require user approval prior to reporting Additional reporting available Can add other characteristics or reports for local needs Supports a multitude of data feeds
Next Steps…. BioSense currently in production in US for Public Health BioSense currently receives > 4 million clinical records daily Batch (Not Real Time) 913 Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities 375 Department of Defense (DOD) facilities Real Time 117 facilities from 24 Hospital Systems 536 facilities from 9 Syndromic Systems 2 National Reference Labs (LabCorp and Quest) >35,000 retail pharmacies (PerSe, McKesson RelayHealth) BioSense to be presented to Canadian Public Health and CDM business users BioSense to be adapted to meet CDM requirements as POC