HIMSS Conference Intent to Demonstrate
The HIMSS11 Conference takes place the week of February 20th, and has an exhibit area dedicated to showcasing interoperability, including a general Interoperability Showcase generally tied to the IHE Connectathon, and an ONC/FHA area. Demonstrations of Direct Project specifications may be able to take place in either area. This page will collect all Direct Project intents to demonstrate, to communicate them both to HIMSS and ONC.
The Interoperability Showcase will feature leading organizations and vendors working in collaboration to Break the Barriers to Interoperable Healthcare. The cost for non-federal participants will be $5,200/kiosk.
For more information regarding participation contact:
Showcase Administrative/Marketing Questions:
Showcase Technical Questions:
John Donnelly, Showcase Technical Project Manager/Intepro Solutions
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Additional information that may be helpful for showcase participants
The Showcase can be found on the Exhibit floor at Booth #7343 in Hall E with extended exhibitor dates.
|Monday, February 21, 2011
||11:30 – 5:30pm EST|
|Tuesday, February 22, 2011
||9:30 – 5:30pm EST|
|Wednesday, February 23, 2011
||9:30 – 5:30pm EST|
|Thursday, February 24, 2011
||9:30 – 12:30pm EST|
(New extended date)
Intent to Demonstrate
||Meaningful Use Criteria Demonstrated
||Anticipated Production Status as of 2/20/2011
||1. Exchange Clinical Information
2. Summary of care
|Beta Release (production planned in 2011
|MedPlus, A Quest Diagnostics Company
||1. Exchange Clinical Information.
2. Send health information to patient
|In production in mid January.
||1. Referral using Care360 EHR from Dr. A to Dr. B who uses another EHR or e-mail client. Dr. B then opens the message and views the referral data.
2. Using Care360 EHR, Dr. A sends patient information to a patient at the conclusion of patient care.
|MedAllies, NextGen, Greenway, GSIHealth, Epic, Allscripts
||1 – Exchange clinical information
2 – Summary of care
(In production by Feb end/early March)
|1 – Closed loop referral
• Primary care provider (using EHR-A) refers patient to specialist (using EHR-B) including summary care record
• Specialist sends specialty care information back to referring provider
2 – Hospital sends a discharge summary to referring provider
• Specialist (using EHR-A) sends specialty care information back to referring provider (demonstrating both IHE & SMTP capable destination endpoints)
||1 -- Exchange clinical information
2 -- Immunization Registry
3 -- Import Laboratories
|Beta testing (release to production in March 2011)
||1 -- send referral from primary care to specialist
2 -- send IZ results to state registry
3 -- receive laboratory test results
Will Ross []
||Patient Access to Electronic Health Information from their Provider
Microsoft is supporting demonstration participants interested to show how information may be sent to patients using Direct Project messages. The HealthVault service will be available over the web so that Direct messages can be sent to conference attendees and received in HealthVault. The message flow will model the patient experience of receiving a message from their provider. Message attachments may be included – Microsoft has created a brochure about HealthVault and the Direct Project for this purpose (contact Tyler Blitz for a copy). For additional details about connecting with HealthVault, information is available in the Documentation Library.
|1. PCP exchange clinical information with the referring specialist and vice versa.
2. Connect and Direct data exchange scenario
|Show and Tell Implementation for demonstration only. Production is not currently in the planning.
||Scenarios are being currently worked on.
||Electronic data exchange between providers and public health immunization registries.
||In production on January 12, 2011 between Hennepin County Medical Center and the Minnesota Department of Health.
||HIMSS demo will show:
A. Nurse records immunization data in EHR from a retail flu shot clinic.
B. HL7 VXU immunization message created in real-time.
C. HL7 VXU transitted to HISP over secure edge protocol.
D. HL7 VXU wrapped in RFC5322 format and sent to department of Health (PHINMS edge protocol), patient (HealthVault), and primary care physician (email client) using Direct Project security and transport specs.
E. HL7 VXU unwrapped at all three destinations and displayed to end user or system in a manner fitting that receiver's capabilities.
|MEDfx, Verizon, MedVirginia
||Electronic Exchange of Clinical Information and Patient Summary Record
||1. Beta 2/20
2. Production Q2 2011
|Demonstrate the secure exchange of referrals from providers using the MEDfx LIFESCAPE Provider Portal to MedVirginia based Care Managers with a patient summary record to support the fulfillment of Stage 1 Meaningful Use criteria using the Direct Project Protocols for transport, integrated with the Verizon Certificate Authority and Provider Registry to define the circle of trust.