Our CMS Hospital Quality Initiatives Public Reporting Support Contract team (Chris Truman, Larissa Mennen, and Ruby Nash) were invited to present a 15-20 minute overview of the project for the MIDS c3 Forum. The team presented a program overview (including history of this task order), task order purpose and scope, primary tasks and deliverable, upcoming…

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Rick Geimer led the Transactions to Transformation Session at the WEDI Winter Conference. The session began with an exercise on creating patient demographics using the FHIR API, explained how X12 and FHIR work together, and shared an overview of various industry IGs including Argonaut, US Core and Da Vinci.

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Zabrina Gonzaga and Marla Throckmorton presented this poster at the Summer Institute of Nursing Informatics (SINI) to provide an overview of electronic care plan standards, strategies to identify clinically-relevant and meaningful concepts for exchange, identify the benefits of adoption, and suggest how to increase implementation and use. Electronic care plans can improve efficiency and resolve…

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Amy Webb presented on NHSN Antimicrobial Use Option – Implementation, Validation & Analysis at the APIC 2019 Annual Conference. The presentation described the required data elements for submission into the NHSN AU Option, identified examples of how to validate AU data before and after submission to NHSN, and outlined the AU Option analysis reports.

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Laura Blum presented Lessons Learned from Validation of Electronically-Submitted National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) Antimicrobial Use (AU) Option Data at 2019 Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists (CSTE) Annual Conference in Raleigh, NC. Hospital participation in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN) Antimicrobial Use (AU) surveillance increased exponentially…

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The Lantana Team presented two sessions at the NHSN Annual Training in March 2019. Wendy Wise, MPH, PMP presented on NHSN Antimicrobial Use Option reporting and analysis and Amy Webb, MPH, CHES presented on and Antimicrobial Resistance Option reporting and analysis. 

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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