Lantana Group Blog

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

Interoperability

HL7 Fall WGM: C-CDA on FHIR

This comprehensive tutorial covers FHIR documents; C-CDA on FHIR and US Core; Converting, managing, and validating FHIR documents; and Current/Future Work and Resources.  

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Introduction to Consolidated CDA​(C-CDA)

In this tutorial, Rick Geimer covers the history and need for the Consolidated CDA guide; Use cases for each document type; How to read and understand the guide; Similarities and differences with past work; and Available tools and resources  

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HL7 Webinar: C-CDA on FHIR

In this tutorial, Rick Geimer covers CDA, C-CDA, and FHIR documents; discusses the relationship between C-CDA-on-FHIR and the US Core; conversion between formats; and presented a live walk-through of samples and conversions.  

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Lantana Webinar: C-CDA-on-FHIR

Rick Geimer, Chief Innovation Officer, presented an overview of FHIR Documents, a walkthrough of the C-CDA on FHIR implementation guide, and coverage of bi-directional C-CDA to FHIR transformations including demonstrations. Download the recording and the Q&A log for more information.

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WEDI-Con 2017

Rick Geimer presented “Attachment Payloads: A Detailed View into HL7 C-CDA for Attachments.” Rick demonstrated how to create a CDA document from scanned date and provided a detailed look at crafting HL7 Consolidated CDA documents based on attachments guidelines.

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ONC 2017 Annual Meeting

Rick Geimer presented an overview of Lantana’s ONC-HIP project. Lantana’s project team created Pharmacist Care Plan document types in CDA and FHIR and bi-directional transforms. ​The ONC Annual Meeting convenes key stakeholders across the public and private sector. Attendees discuss the seamless and secure flow of health information to enhance care and improve health, science, and research. 

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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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The Changing Landscape of Quality Standards

On November 8, Lantana’s Kanwarpreet Sethi hosted a one-hour webinar on The Changing Landscape of Quality Standards. The webinar introduced the new standards in development for Clinical Quality Measurement as part of the Clinical Quality Framework S&I initiative. The slideshow explains the fundamentals of these standards; their design; how they fit within the current landscape of quality reporting;…

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Long Term and Post Acute Care (LTPAC) Summit – 2015

The LTPAC Summit was held in Baltimore, MD June 21-23, 2015. The LTPAC Health IT Collaborative has convened key HIT leaders, policy makers, leading providers, federal state grantees and other professional for the last decade to advance policies and initiatives to alight with the national healthcare strategy. The “LTPAC Across Care Settings” session demonstrated how…

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IMPACT, Standards and Interoperability: The Road Ahead

Lantana’s Zabrina Gonzaga and Lynn Perrine presented “IMPACT, Standards and Interoperability: The Road Ahead” on Tuesday, August 25 as part of the McKnight’s Media Super Tuesday webinar series which focuses on technology in the Long Term and Post Acute Care setting.

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Health Level 7 Policy Conference – Winter 2014

The HL7 Policy Conference was held on December 4-5, 2014. The meeting focused on how policy can accelerate interoperability and foster innovation. Liora Alschuler gave a presentation on standards maturity, the alignment of standards and policy and how analytics can drive positive change.

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Webinar – CDA on FHIR: The Road Ahead

Lantana hosted a CDA on FHIR: The Road Ahead webinar on September 9, 2014. We provided an overview of each standard and the efforts to migrate or recreate CDA on a FHIR platform. Rick Geimer and Liora Alschuler discussed progress, challenges, and implementation strategies, taking questions at the end of the session from among the attendees.

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