BlogOn my blog, I only posted 28 articles, which is average more than two a month. But realistically I had a few months where nothing was posted, and other months where a set of four posts happened.
- Segmentation and Security Labeling: 1, 2, 3, and 4
- Blockchain: 1
- Provenance: 1, 2, and 3
- HIE on FHIR: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8
- IHE: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5
- Patient Empowerment: 1, 2, and 3
- Speaking Engagements: 1, and 2
IHE and FHIR
- The IHE profiles from ITI are all now aligned on FHIR R4, and all have FHIR conformance resources published. This is not all me, in many cases I was just the one pushing the authors
- I am now part of a team funded by the cooperative agreement between ONC and IHE-USA to position IHE as a major organization for standardization of FHIR based Profiles (aka Implementation Guides)
- Catalog IHE Profiles that utilize the FHIR standard to enable cross community health information exchange
- Identify and prioritize new profiling opportunities to leverage the FHIR standard.
- Accelerate the development of robust, real world testing processes and adoption of the updated FHIR-focused IHE profile and HL7 implementation guides
- Actively engage with HL7 and IHE International on lessons learned through profiling improvements and real-world testing
- IHE use of the HL7 Implementation Guide publication system is coming along. It is taking longer than anyone wants, but we keep coming up with instances where the tooling is (a) hard to use, (b) unstable, and (c) missing important features. In all cases we are working with HL7 leadership together to make this tooling better for everyone.