Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Meetup on #FHIR Access Control

I will be speaking at an event coming up on Access Control. This is not just me speaking about IHE-PCF, but much more.

Join us for the FHIR® Access Control Meetup where we'll take a closer look at the real-world challenges and solutions.


Here's what you can look forward to:

  • Privacy Policy Foundations: Dive into the essentials with John Moehrke, HL7 Security Workgroup Co-Chair. A great chance to understand the backbone of healthcare data security.
  • Authorization Nuances: Explore the complex world of authorization with Josh Mandel, Microsoft Healthcare's Chief Architect. Perfect for those looking to navigate the intricacies of access control.
  • Data Segmentation for Privacy: Learn from Mohammad Jafari, a Senior Privacy Consultant, about segmenting data to enhance privacy. An invaluable session for anyone interested in data protection.
  • FHIR Label-based Access Control: Gain insights from Mike Kulakov, Health Samurai's Product Manager, on the innovative approaches to access control using FHIR labels.

Plus, you'll have the chance to ask questions to the speakers and engage in a round-table discussion.


Can’t attend? Register anyway and we’ll send you a recording after the meetup!

Friday, April 5, 2024

Sharing IPS (sIPS)

This Implementation Guide ready for Trial-Implementation.  Formal Publication -- https://profiles.ihe.net/ITI/sIPS

The Sharing of IPS (sIPS) IHE Profile provides for methods of exchanging the HL7 International Patient Summary (IPS), using IHE Document Sharing Health Information Exchange but does not modify the HL7 IPS specification, nor is there any need to change IHE Document Sharing Health Information Exchange. This means that any existing XCA/XDS environment needs NO change to support the IPS.

The International Patient Summary (IPS) content,
as defined in the ISO 27269 data model specification, utilizes IHE’s document sharing infrastructure including cross-community, HIE, direct exchange models, and more. It has been designed specifically to remove barriers to adoption, by leveraging architectures that are currently implemented, well-established, and robust. 

The sIPS Profile provides implementation guidance to vendors and implementers and joins a growing suite of IPS standards artefacts contributed by a variety of Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) and coordinated by the Joint Initiative Council for Global Health Informatics Standardization (JIC).

YouTube presentation, long, and short.

If you want a purely FHIR transport for this FHIR IPS, then look to the
Mobile Health Document Sharing (MHDS) Profile