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Discussion Allergy to substance groupers In discussion 0 View 115 Comment 2 1580864672000 Feb 5, 2020 01:04 2002062326 Feb 6, 2020 23:26 2 Undefined
Discussion Next 2 Allergy CRG calls New 0 View 94 Comment 0 1570224649000 Oct 4, 2019 21:30 0 - 0 - Undefined
Discussion Agenda for Allergy CRG face to face meeting, London, Wednesday 10th April 2019 In discussion 0 View 370 Comment 7 1554324525000 Apr 3, 2019 20:48 1904102201 Apr 10, 2019 22:01 7 Undefined
Discussion international Consensus Articles on Controversial Areas in Drug Allergy New 0 View 125 Comment 0 1551072567000 Feb 25, 2019 05:29 0 - 0 - Undefined
Discussion Interesting paper on allergy documentation in an EHR In discussion 0 View 337 Comment 1 1532465169000 Jul 24, 2018 20:46 1807242046 Jul 24, 2018 20:46 1 Undefined
Discussion Allergen substances Resolved 0 View 469 Comment 2 1522155806000 Mar 27, 2018 13:03 1804051706 Apr 5, 2018 17:06 2 Undefined
Discussion Meeting 10th April New 1 View 246 Comment 0 1521046304000 Mar 14, 2018 16:51 0 - 0 - Undefined
Discussion Allergic disposition dependents In discussion 0 View 534 Comment 4 1520634662000 Mar 9, 2018 22:31 1803261824 Mar 26, 2018 18:24 4 Undefined
Discussion Correction to meeting time for next call In discussion 0 View 404 Comment 2 1513106221000 Dec 12, 2017 19:17 1712130326 Dec 13, 2017 03:26 2 Undefined
Discussion Substance groupers for review In discussion 0 View 369 Comment 1 1511994149000 Nov 29, 2017 22:22 1711292224 Nov 29, 2017 22:24 1 Undefined

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    1. I posted several documents on the documentation page representing the past work of the implementation SIG including the allergy implementation guide. I also posted the proposed new concept model for hypersensitivity, allergy, and intolerance.
    2. Unfortunately, the meeting could not be recorded. David Woods has taken some notes. I will post when I receive them from him.
    3. The next meeting will take place as agreed on August 10th at 20:00 UTC.

    -Bruce

  1. I have added a draft agenda for Thursday's meeting. Please let me know if you would like me to add any additional items for discussion.

  2. Hi all. Apologies to all for not scheduling a call for September as I was busy preparing for the Vancouver SNOMED business meeting. I will try to schedule a call for November to update everyone on the modeling changes underway for SNOMED's allergy content and to propose a project to enlist everyone's effort to review all of the allergy to substance concepts in order to determine if they are actually allergies or should be moved to another hierarchy such as Propensity to adverse reaction (finding) or Intolerance to substance (finding) . Please let me know if there are any other topics you wish to bring up.


    Bruce

  3. Dear Bruce,


    I'm actually reviewing adoption of SNOMED CT allergy module for a drug allergy CDS. Is it possible for me to join the next meeting in November?


    Cheers,

    Nikki Ng

    Pharmacist

  4. Hi Nikki. Absolutely. I have asked to have you added as a member of the group so you should get a notification of the details of our next call. If you have any topics you would like to discuss please let me know.

    Bruce Goldberg

  5. Hi all and happy new year. I am sorry but have been tardy in assigning reviewers for the allergy to substance task. Just to verify who has time to participate at any time during 2019, I am posting a simple yes/no online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C2THDNY. We can start going over some of the concepts so everyone has a clearer idea of what is required and how much effort it may take. Again, the more participants, the less each one has to do.

     

    I have e-mailed Russ to provide a link to the 300 common allergen list as I can’t seem to locate it on the HL-7 webpage. I am attaching (in a separate e-mail) some relevant documents I found.

     

    Also, Jim can you send me your allergy data as discussed during the last call.

     

    Thanks all and hope to speak with you next Thursday.

     

    Bruce

  6. Bruce,

    You can download the balloted and published document here http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/product_brief.cfm?product_id=482  for the allergy substance value set.  The value set is also available on the NLM VSAC (Value Set Access Center). 


    Russ

  7. Hi Russell,

    I can't download the document, it asks for a login and I don't know which is the right value set on the NLM library. I see no value set of 300 concepts there seaching with "allergy" or "allergen", only a huge one of 100.000+ with all substances. Could you post the right documents here? Are the 300 most common available as a subset or shall we need to handpick them from the HL7 text pdf?

    Thanks in advance for your assistance.

    Best regards and my best wished for 2019!

    M-A


  8. Marie-Alexandra Lambot you should be able to create a log-in to HL7 and download the document.  

    The drug allergy value set is at https://vsac.nlm.nih.gov  You must have a license to log in (also free) .  Once logged in filter on value sets with HL7 Patient Care WG as steward.  You will see 7 value sets one of which is the "common drug substances ...." although the others may also be useful.  There is a separate OID for each value set.  The VSAC license is the same as an UMLS license (log-in) but you have to log in to VSAC separately. 

    No, you do not have to enter the substances off the pdf, that is the idea of placing the value set on the VSAC.