Lantana Group Blog

Courtney Panaia-Rodi,
PMP, Director of PMO and
Meenaxi Gosai, Information Analyst

HIT Tools & Tips

HL7 FHIR Applications Roundtable

Eric Parapini and KP Sethi presented Lantana’s work under the ONC HIP Grant to develop dual CDA and FHIR IGs for the Pharmacist Care plan and related transforms. The FHIR Applications Roundtable features numerous short form presentations and demos from providers, vendors, academic institutions, start-ups, and others showcasing FHIR-based solutions in the development or implementation stages.

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HL7 2017 FHIR Developer Days

FHIR Developer Days is the largest HL7 FHIR event in the world.​ The three-day event covers some 50 tutorials and keynotes, numerous hands-on sessions guided by experts, and networking opportunities. Rick Geimer led the FHIR Documents track. ​

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FHIR Profiling in Trifolia Tutorial

In this tutorial, Rick Geimer and Sean McIlvenna explain how to create and modify Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) profiles using the new functionality in the Trifolia template database. Trifolia is a web-based tool with over 500 users searching, creating, and modifying Clinical Data Architecture (CDA) templates and implementation guides. The latest version provides experimental support for FHIR profile creation.

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Surrogate EHR Environment (SEE) Tool

Mike Tushan and John Baker presented SEE, which helps providers of long term/post acute care patients (LTPAC) gain a centralized view of patient information to deliver better care. A simple, elegant Web tool, SEE leverages HL7 CDA for meeting Meaningful Use of exchange documents. It gives providers a way easily to access, import, capture, and send patient health…

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HL7 Meaningful Use Stage 2: QRDA

This webinar provides an introduction to Quality Reporting Document Architecture – QRDA, the CDA-based standard for reporting patient quality data for one or more quality measures. Get the big picture on QRDAs, how to create them, and essential helpful tools for QRDAs.

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