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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG general meeting July 17, 2012 13:00-14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4816)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG general meeting July 17, 2012 13:00-14:30 UTCHere is a draft agenda for our call on Tuesday 1. Welcome and agenda check 2. I & I work items for 2012 (ie remainder of this year only) 3. Module ID; 3a. What work is underway or expected to be done within the SIA scheme 3b. Discuss the questions that should be addressed or clarified 4. Discuss meeting Implementation SIG objectives for Stockholm 5. Any other business Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601bknightSun Jul 15 22:53:43 Z 2012forum1345post7016proj1099 Atopc4816

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Post-coordination and the IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept--Constraint Model (MRCM); 06--03--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4339)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Post-coordination and the IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept/Constraint Model (MRCM); 06/03/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Post-coordination and the IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept/Constraint Model (MRCM) Date: Tuesday March 6th 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Jeremy Rogers, NHS UK Abstract: A feature of SNOMED's core technical design is that it permits the construction of postcoordinated expressions: detailed encodings may be formulated as a single, user-defined, structured collection of less detailed codes, rather than only as a single precoordinated code to be selected from those that happen to be available in SNOMED 'out of the box'. However, to classify properly within the hierarchy of precoordinated concepts, these postcoordinated expressions must follow some rules. Additionally, other rules may be required to effectively manage the interface between SNOMED's terminology model and external information models, such as HL7. The IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept/Constraint Model (MRCM) provides a mechanism to encode these rules. The webinar will: - provide an overview of why postcoordination is useful - describe the MRCM Project - explain where to get the current release of the MRCM content - demonstrate uses of the MRCM content, including in the IHTSDO Workbench - (briefly) review ongoing 'Phase II' work to constrain the interface between SNOMED and information models GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaThu Mar 01 15:10:26 Z 2012forum1345post6311proj1099 Atopc4339
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Post-coordination and the IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept/Constraint Model (MRCM); 06/03/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on Post-coordination and the IHTSDO Machine Readable Concept/Constraint Model (MRCM), have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5435?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaTue Mar 06 23:52:55 Z 2012forum1345post6334proj1099post6311Atopc4339

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to Expression Constraint and Terminology Binding Syntax; 14th January 2014 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6360)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to Expression Constraint and Terminology Binding Syntax; 14th January 2014 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Happy New Year! Here are the details of the upcoming webinar on the 14th of January 2014. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Jay Kola<jay@noesisinformatica.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Tom Seabury has kindly agreed to 'chair' this meeting, since both Beverly and I are unable to attend this meeting. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Introduction to Expression Constraint and Terminology Binding Syntax Date: Tuesday January 14th 2014 Time: 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Presenter: Rahil Qamar and Charlie McCay, UK Abstract: The presentation will run through a set of examples of how terminology bindings using SNOMED CT has been achieved in projects across a number of IHTSDO member countries. These examples will be used to illustrate: • requirements that exist for terminology binding , • different types of terminology bindings, • identification of reusable, repeatable clinical patterns, • syntax specification and approaches that can be used to specify such bindings, • issues that can be encountered when developing and using terminology bindings, and • benefits of adopting a formal specification for terminology binding to bring about consistency and uniformity in the implementation approach. The presentation will then briefly review existing IHTSDO work in this area. In particular, the authors will focus on the IHTSDO SNOMED CT Query Language draft specification, and the Compositional Grammar Syntax specification together with functional overlaps with Set and Logical operators. During the review of the Query Language specification document it was observed that there was not only an overlap with the functionality provided through the existing Compositional Grammar Syntax but also that the scope of the Query Language ranged from creation, and querying, to searching on reference sets as well as concepts. However the coverage of methods was not extensive enough to include all possible use cases within the vast scope. Therefore, the authors have focused on the inclusion of those methods that are directly relevant to the terminology binding requirements and have proposed a logical syntax for specifying terminology bindings using an extension of the current Compositional Grammar syntax. The logical syntax is available in both human-readable and machine-readable form. In addition, the authors will demonstrate how the logical syntax may be implemented using some implementation syntaxes such as XML and SQL to achieve terminology binding in existing projects with minimum disruption. The syntax will also help new projects to more easily specify how to bind their information to the SNOMED CT terminology irrespective of the source of the information such as documents, messages, information models, service definitions, data entry forms, and/or information systems. Finally the presentation will also highlight the need to address different levels of complexity in terminology binding and to propose different levels of adoption of the terminology binding specification based on individual use case requirements, capabilities, and need for achieving conformance with terminology standards. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181 Goto Meeting ID: 891-582-181 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaTue Jan 07 11:18:15 Z 2014forum1345post9394proj1099 Atopc6360
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to Expression Constraint and Terminology Binding Syntax; 14th January 2014 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc9662 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc9653/1 Please post all questions & discussions related to the presentation on the General Discussions Forum. You can do so by emailing: isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Please do not post them as responses to this thread. Please turn on 'monitoring' for that forum if you have not already, since all future SIG discussions will be carried out there. Instructions for enabling monitoring can be found at: http://goo.gl/xy7HGK The slides are also attached to this post for your convenience. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaSat Jan 18 04:05:27 Z 2014forum1345post9437proj1099post9394Atopc6360

IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 25th 2014, 1300 - 1430 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meeting (collabnet topic id: topc6584)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 25th 2014, 1300 - 1430 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingHello here is a draft agenda for tomorrow's call 1. Welcome and agenda review 2. Welcome to Amy Sheide the new Implementation SIG vice-chair, and Thankyou to Jay Kola 3. Action item review 4. Agree on focus of the call in light of action item progression 5. Use Case review, prioritization, and discussion thankyou BeverlybknightMon Mar 24 17:51:23 Z 2014forum1345post9749proj1099 Atopc6584
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 25th 2014, 1300 - 1430 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingHere is the go to meeting for our call 891 582 181 thankyou BeverlybknightTue Mar 25 10:32:39 Z 2014forum1345post9757proj1099post9749Atopc6584
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 25th 2014, 1300 - 1430 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingthe notes from this meeting have been posted here; https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014.2014_03?_message=1396029480077 Please note there are some action items Action 1 Kin Wah and Rob have offered to review the use cases to look for similarities and consolidate if they can and bring to the next call Action 2 Beverly will review the definitions for the data elements and bring those forward for the next call AND the next joint map/implementation SIG meeting on this topic will be held during the regularly scheduled Map SIG meeting time: 14 April 2014 at 19:00 UTC. This means we can still hold an Implementation SIG meeting (that focuses on another topic) at our regularly scheduled call the 4th Tuesday of April (April 22nd, 1300 UTC). Please pass on any suggested topics for the April 22nd call. thankyou Beverly & AmybknightFri Mar 28 18:02:50 Z 2014forum1345post9771proj1099post9749Atopc6584

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers; 06--12--2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4135)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers; 06/12/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCIHTSDO ImpSIG Webinar: Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers; 06/12/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Hello Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Title: Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers: Real World Experience from Two Different Contexts Date: Tuesday, December 6th, 2011 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Regis Charlot, Intelligent Medical Objects Inc. GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Abstract: This session will focus on the development and implementation of a practical application/service that uses SNOMED CT to help patients and/or clinicians locate care providers for a given problem, diagnosis and/or symptom.  It will demonstrate how an Interface Terminology mapped to SNOMED CT can be utilized to perform subsumption queries.  By using semantic distance and innovative technology this service will associate patients with appropriate care providers. Helping patients find the most appropriate care providers in their area is a high priority for both parties.  Matching a patient’s problem(s) or reason for seeking care, to the right specialist, is not trivial.  Very often the context of a terminology and its corresponding conceptual granularity is quite different between patient and care provider. SNOMED-CT is regarded as reference terminology.  Its hierarchical ontology can be used to identify and organize terminology within health-related content.   Once this health content is codified to SNOMED CT the opportunity exists to relate it to any other content, at different levels of specificity. While true in theory, implementation of these ideas in the real world surfaces many important issues that must be addressed prior to becoming a consumer solution.  This session will show an example of how SNOMED CT (a reference terminology) can be augmented with maps to an Interface Terminology.   Then using sophisticated back-end computer science techniques demonstrate how this combination can be implemented in a practical manner to appropriately match a care provider with a patient. Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Dec 05 05:32:03 Z 2011forum1345post5953proj1099 Atopc4135
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers; 06/12/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, The slides from the webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers have been uploaded to the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5032?nav=1 Regards, JayjkolaThu Dec 08 02:02:35 Z 2011forum1345post5986proj1099post5953Atopc4135
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers; 06/12/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, Brief minutes from the webinar - Using SNOMED CT Subsumption Query and Semantic Distance to Match Patients with Care Providers have been uploaded to the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5062?nav=1 Regards, JayjkolaTue Dec 13 05:35:30 Z 2011forum1345post6011proj1099post5986Atopc4135

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28--06--2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc3159)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28/06/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCJoin us for a Webinar on June 28 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Title: Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/624672920 The webinar will cover: 1. Vision - Why was Snofyre created 2. Technical architecture - modular and service-oriented structure of Snofyre 3. How to get started with Snofyre After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. System Requirements PC-based attendees Required: Windows® 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server Macintosh®-based attendees Required: Mac OS® X 10.5 or newerjkolaMon Jun 27 14:40:06 Z 2011forum1345post4540proj1099 Atopc3159
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28/06/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHi all, I apologise to those of you who registered and got a different webinar time from GoToMeeting. I've not updated the webinar time (correctly I hope). The webinar time is 13:00 - 14:00 UTC! Many thanks to Jack Bowe and Mikael Nyström for pointing this out... :) Cheers, JayjkolaMon Jun 27 15:08:32 Z 2011forum1345post4542proj1099post4540Atopc3159
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28/06/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHi all here are the slides from today's webinar on Snofyre...jkolaTue Jun 28 14:23:03 Z 2011forum1345post4562proj1099post4540Atopc3159
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28/06/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCIs it worth putting this on the google project site ? Denise Downs Education and Stakeholder Engagement Lead Implementation and Outreach Group 07795285900 0113 397 3971 http://www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/systemsandservices/data Helpdesk: datastandards@nhs.net Be green, read on the screen. -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@mohh.com.sg] Sent: 28 June 2011 15:23 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Snofyre: An API for creating SNOMED CT enabled applications in Java; 28/06/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Hi all here are the slides from today's webinar on Snofyre... _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4562 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ********************************************************************************************************************ddownsTue Jun 28 14:59:58 Z 2011forum1345post4563proj1099post4562Atopc3159

IHTSDO ImpSIG: EU COST EuroTelepath meeting in Paris June 20-21, 2011 (collabnet topic id: topc3064)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: EU COST EuroTelepath meeting in Paris June 20-21, 2011Dear Friends, Please note the invitation posted at the IPaLM SIG. The meeting will deal with impementation aspects in anatomic pathology. ArvydasalaurinaviciusThu Jun 02 02:49:35 Z 2011forum1345post4374proj1099 Atopc3064

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Meeting with Implementation SIG (collabnet topic id: topc6407)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Meeting with Implementation SIGThere will be a joint meeting with the Implementation SIG on Tuesday, 28 January 2014, from 21:00 UTC to 22:30 UTC. The discussion will center on paralleled objectives especially concerning the use of allergies in SNOMED CT. 1. Please join my meeting, Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 21:00 UTC. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/155338173 2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone. Denmark: +45 (0) 89 88 05 39 Australia: +61 2 8355 1039 Austria: +43 (0) 7 2088 2172 Belgium: +32 (0) 42 68 0180 Canada: +1 (647) 497-9379 Denmark (toll-free): 8090 1927 Finland: +358 (0) 931 58 4588 France: +33 (0) 170 950 589 Germany: +49 (0) 811 8899 6929 Ireland: +353 (0) 19 036 187 Italy: +39 0 294 75 15 37 Netherlands: +31 (0) 108 080 116 New Zealand: +64 (0) 9 801 0294 Norway: +47 21 51 81 86 Spain: +34 911 23 4248 Sweden: +46 (0) 852 500 516 Switzerland: +41 (0) 435 0824 41 United Kingdom: +44 20 3657 6779 United States: +1 (213) 493-0015 Access Code: 155-338-173 Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting Meeting ID: 155-338-173 GoToMeeting® Online Meetings Made Easy® Not at your computer? Click the link to join this meeting from your iPhone®, iPad® or Android® device via the GoToMeeting app.klillyTue Jan 28 13:21:07 Z 2014forum1345post9478proj1099 Atopc6407

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Copenhagen Meeting - April 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc5419)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Copenhagen Meeting - April 2013Dear Implementation SIG, We have been asked if we have plans for a face to face meeting at Copenhagen in April 2013. Beverly and I do not believe the Implementation SIG needs to meet face to face in April 2013. Please get in touch by email if you believe otherwise. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jan 21 19:06:38 Z 2013forum1345post7898proj1099 Atopc5419

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, August 11, 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7591)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, August 11, 1300-1430 utcHello here is the draft Implementation SIG call agenda for August 11, 1300-1430 UTC • Welcome • Max Topaz to lead the discussion on an allergy alerts project • Allergy/hypersensitivity Implementation Guide Updates • Any other business the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightFri Aug 07 17:45:12 Z 2015forum1345post11394proj1099 Atopc7591

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 10, 2015 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7414)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 10, 2015 2100 UTCThe Implementation SIG will meet March 10, 2015 at 2100 UTC Agenda: 1. Welcome 2. Review Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 3. Discussion and Next Steps Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Note: All sections of the allergy document for this version are due to Amy Sheide by March 6.Please send to asheide@mmm.com. The working document can be found here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc11977?nav=1asheideFri Mar 06 02:20:09 Z 2015forum1345post11036proj1099 Atopc7414
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 10, 2015 2100 UTCthe notes and hyperlinks to the slides and recordings can be located here - https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2015.02_february?_message=1425907000677bknightMon Mar 09 13:17:44 Z 2015forum1345post11041proj1099post11036Atopc7414

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to TermInfo Project; June 5th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4651)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to TermInfo Project; June 5th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Please note that you should be able to use GoToMeeting's built-in audio facilities when you join this webinar. IHTSDO telephone facilities are still available, but I would encourage you to use GoToMeeting's audio-facilities if possible. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Introduction to TermInfo Project Date: Tuesday June 5th 2012 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Rob Hausam, Hausam Consulting, USA Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/255509617 Goto Meeting ID: 255-509-617 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSun Jun 03 11:43:33 Z 2012forum1345post6772proj1099 Atopc4651
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Introduction to TermInfo Project; June 5th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on Introduction to TermInfo Project, have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5955?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaThu Jun 07 03:55:07 Z 2012forum1345post6794proj1099post6772Atopc4651

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Monitoring Imp SIG General Discussions Forum (collabnet topic id: topc6107)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Monitoring Imp SIG General Discussions ForumDear Implementation SIG, As you know we'll be using General Discussions Forum for all future discussions. However looks like a lot of members have not been monitoring this forum. So I've attached instructions to do this in 4 easy steps, which should take you less than a minute to complete. I've also attached a screenshot with visual instructions. Steps: 1. Click on the link to go to https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig 2. Select General Discussions Forum on the page you see. -- See attached screenshot 3. Click on 'Monitor' button at the bottom right of the page. -- See attached screenshot 4. Click on 'Monitor selected' option that appears -- See attached screenshot 5. A 'bell icon' appear to confirm that you are monitoring the forum. If it already exists, then you are already monitoring the forum. We'd appreciate if you all started monitoring the General Discussions Forum... :-) You can find more details instructions at: http://goo.gl/xy7HGK Regards, JayjkolaThu Sep 05 07:48:12 Z 2013forum1345post8943proj1099 Atopc6107

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Experiences of using a Description Logic classifier at CSIRO, Australia; September 4th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4945)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Experiences of using a Description Logic classifier at CSIRO, Australia; September 4th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Experiences of using a Description Logic classifier at CSIRO, Australia Date: Tuesday September 4th 2012 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Michael Lawley, CSIRO, Australia Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSun Sep 02 13:08:39 Z 2012forum1345post7207proj1099 Atopc4945
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Experiences of using a Description Logic classifier at CSIRO, Australia; September 4th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on Experiences of using a Description Logic classifier at CSIRO, Australia, have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc6337?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaWed Sep 05 07:31:34 Z 2012forum1345post7222proj1099post7207Atopc4945

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for face to face Implementation SIG meeting in Washington D.C. (collabnet topic id: topc6149)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for face to face Implementation SIG meeting in Washington D.C.Dear all, The tentative agenda for the face to face Implementation SIG meeting in Washington D.C. is now available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct.conference/doc8961 It is also attached to this post (for convenience) but the latest version will always be available at the link above. We are posting the topics for your feedback on the relevance of the topics, suggestions on what you'd like the speakers to focus on (if relevant), etc. You can provide your feedback using the general discussions mailing list by responding to the topic: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/projects.implementation_sig/discussion.general_discussions.topc6148 Regards, Jay & Beverly ############## Agenda topics ############# Welcome & Conflict of Interests Review of previous minutes Review of Terms of Reference Management of National Extensions – Experiences & Lessons learnt • Maintaining the Swedish Extension o Erika Ericsson & Karin Alzén (National Board of Health & Welfare, Sweden) • Update on The Netherlands Extension o Jos Baptist (Nictiz, Netherlands) • Update from UKTC – migration from RF1 to RF2 o Denise Downs & Tom Seabury (UKTC) EpSOS project – Experiences and Future • Anna Adelöf (Ministry of Health & Social welfare, Sweden) Implementation Strategies – Refsets & Mappings • Refset Development & Management – UK Experience o Denise Downs (UKTC) • Refsets Development & Management – Canada Experience o Beverly Knight (Canada Health Infoway) • Discussion & Review Candidates topics/themes for upcoming webinars Joint Session with Education SIG • General overview of Education SIG work items • Introduction to Implementer competencies • Discussion & Planning for joint work between Edu & Imp SIGs on Implementer competencies Mapping based design solutions for migrating to SNOMED CT • Andrew Frangleton (Clinical Architecture) & Denise Downs (UKTC) Joint session with the GP-FP SIG • Update on current work ‘Problem Lists’ – Use cases for Implementers: • Joint discussion with GP-FP;jkolaTue Sep 24 12:22:56 Z 2013forum1345post9022proj1099 Atopc6149
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for face to face Implementation SIG meeting in Washington D.C.Dear all, The final agenda for the face to face meeting in D.C. is now available on CollabNet. Supporting documentation for the agenda topics is also available at the same link: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct.conference The agenda and all the supporting documents are attached to this post for your convenience. Please note that the latest versions of the documents will be available on CollabNet. See you all in Washington D.C. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Oct 03 21:47:53 Z 2013forum1345post9043proj1099post9022Atopc6149
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for face to face Implementation SIG meeting in Washington D.C.Dear all, We would like to thank everyone for participating in the excellent discussions at the Implementation SIG meeting today. We would also like to thank all the speakers once again for agreeing to present. The slides and materials from the all the presentations today are now available on CollabNet at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct.conference?_pagenum=1 The minutes will get posted in the near future. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Oct 08 02:49:38 Z 2013forum1345post9059proj1099post9043Atopc6149

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar -- Comparison of different post-coordination strategies: Expressions Reference Tables vs Managed Content Additions; September 3rd 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6040)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar -- Comparison of different post-coordination strategies: Expressions Reference Tables vs Managed Content Additions; September 3rd 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar in September. Please note that this webinar is on the 3rd of September (not the second Tuesday of September). This is a one off change in schedule. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@ biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Comparison of different post-coordination strategies: Expressions Reference Tables vs Managed Content Additions Date: Tuesday September 3rd 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Alejandro Lopez Osornio, Argentina Abstract: SNOMED CT implementations looking to go beyond precoordinated concepts expressivity are required to add new concept definitions in local structures. The two most common approaches are to use postcoordinated expressions or to add new concepts in a local extension. Each approach has its strengths and weaknesses; the goal of the Webinar is to provide an overview of the differences between these strategies. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/296449257 Goto Meeting ID: 296-449-257 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaFri Aug 16 15:34:32 Z 2013forum1345post8818proj1099 Atopc6040
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar -- Comparison of different post-coordination strategies: Expressions Reference Tables vs Managed Content Additions; September 3rd 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8838 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8839 Please post all questions & discussions related to the presentation on the General Discussions Forum. You can do so by emailing: isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Please do not post them as responses to this thread. Please turn on 'monitoring' for that forum if you have not already, since all future SIG discussions will be carried out there. Instructions for enabling monitoring can be found at: http://goo.gl/xy7HGK Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Sep 03 14:57:04 Z 2013forum1345post8925proj1099post8818Atopc6040

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar; 3M HDD and related tooling. August 7th 13:00-14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4814)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar; 3M HDD and related tooling. August 7th 13:00-14:30 UTCHello everyone Senthil Nachimuthu from 3M has kindly offered to provide participants with a presentation on August 7th, 2012. Here is a brief introduction and description to Senthil and the topic being covered. Senthil K. Nachimuthu, a medical informaticist at 3M Health Information Systems, Inc., will demonstrate SnoPlow, a SNOMED CT mapping tool, and HyperSearch, a heuristic search engine used to search terminologies for matching concepts. SnoPlow is a user-friendly tool to map SNOMED CT to the 3M Healthcare Data Dictionary (HDD), a large concept-based terminology service. SnoPlow uses graphical artifacts to help the users find, map, review and load SNOMED CT concepts and descriptions into the 3M HDD. HyperSearch allows a user to search a terminology for matching concepts by automatically searching for synonyms, abbreviations, typographical errors, spelling variants and other lexical variations. SnoPlow uses HyperSearch to find matches for SNOMED CT concept descriptions in the 3M HDD, to help with fast and accurate terminology mapping. Thankyou in advance to Senthil. I would also encourage anyone with a topic they would like to share to please email or I. thankyou Beverly & Jay.bknightSun Jul 15 14:34:06 Z 2012forum1345post7013proj1099 Atopc4814
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar; 3M HDD and related tooling. August 7th 13:00-14:30 UTCHello here is a reminder and the logistics for our call today Title: 3M HDD and related tooling Date: Tuesday August 7th 2012 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Senthil K. Nachimuthu, MD, PhD | Medical Informaticist 3M Health Information Systems, Inc. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601bknightTue Aug 07 11:39:35 Z 2012forum1345post7143proj1099post7013Atopc4814
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar; 3M HDD and related tooling. August 7th 13:00-14:30 UTCCALL Switched to Line 3 as this is what Google Calendar for IHTSDO says.dmarkwellTue Aug 07 13:02:37 Z 2012forum1345post7144proj1099post7143Atopc4814
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar; 3M HDD and related tooling. August 7th 13:00-14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on SnowPlow and HyperSearch, have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc6207?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaWed Aug 08 18:00:51 Z 2012forum1345post7156proj1099post7013Atopc4814

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 19, Implementation SIG meeting @2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5628)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 19, Implementation SIG meeting @2100 UTCHi Here is a draft agenda for tomorrow's call • Discuss the upcoming plans for webinars • Discuss/clarify the topic below Definition of implementation guidance, including; o How to implement SCT in all clinical and social settings including telehealth and remote monitoring Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #1, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601 Thankyou Beverly & Jay BbknightMon Feb 18 19:52:37 Z 2013forum1345post8146proj1099 Atopc5628

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in time of the Implementation SIG calls & No Imp SIG call on 5th March 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc5721)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in time of the Implementation SIG calls & No Imp SIG call on 5th March 2013Dear all, Following a consultation with the community (http://bit.ly/12oq9ws), we've decided to change the timings of the Implementation SIG calls to the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month. The calls will be from 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTC as usual. Due to this change, there will be no Imp SIG call tomorrow. The next call will be a webinar on the 12th of March. The details of the webinar will be posted closer to the date. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Mar 04 14:52:48 Z 2013forum1345post8268proj1099 Atopc5721

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, May 26; 2100-2230 utc Note new time for this call only (collabnet topic id: topc7504)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, May 26; 2100-2230 utc Note new time for this call onlyHere is a draft agenda for our call on May 12; 2100-2230 utc 1. Welcome 2. Webinar; Data Analytics with SNOMED CT by Linda Bird (see below for abstract) 3. Review updates to Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 4. other business Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverly Webinar Description: SNOMED CT is widely recognized as the leading global clinical terminology for use in Electronic Health Records (EHRs). SNOMED CT is used within EHRs to support data capture, retrieval, and subsequent reuse for a wide range of purposes, from patient-based queries to operational reporting, public health reporting, strategic planning, predictive medicine and clinical research. As the SNOMED CT encoding of healthcare data increases, so too have the benefits being realized from analytics processes performed over this data.bknightWed May 20 18:13:39 Z 2015forum1345post11234proj1099 Atopc7504
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, May 26; 2100-2230 utc Note new time for this call onlyto correct the meeting date. the meeting will occur May 26th not May 12thbknightThu May 21 11:54:11 Z 2015forum1345post11238proj1099post11234Atopc7504

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - CMT presentation - April 26th, 19:00-20:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc2983)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - CMT presentation - April 26th, 19:00-20:30 UTCBruce Goldberg will present an overview of the CMT, which has been made available for IHTSDO. The presentation will reflect on the contents, the use within KP, and the benefit it will bring for IHTSDO. 1. Please join my meeting. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/210353977 2. Join the conference call (numbers below): Line#3, passcode 54362# Meeting ID: 210-353-977 (calendar entry attached for your convenience) Dial-in numbers: AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601rcornetTue Apr 26 07:42:38 Z 2011forum1345post4162proj1099 Atopc2983
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - CMT presentation - April 26th, 19:00-20:30 UTChi ronald, sorry i missed the meeting. i slept though the time. jon On 26/04/2011, at 5:42 PM, Ronald Cornet (ihtsdo NL) wrote: > > Bruce Goldberg will present an overview of the CMT, which has been made available for IHTSDO. > > The presentation will reflect on the contents, the use within KP, and the benefit it will bring for IHTSDO. > > 1. Please join my meeting. > https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/210353977 > > 2. Join the conference call (numbers below): > Line#3, passcode 54362# > > Meeting ID: 210-353-977 > > (calendar entry attached for your convenience) > > Dial-in numbers: > > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 > SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 > SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > Softphone users World ext 1601 > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4162jpatrickTue Apr 26 22:51:04 Z 2011forum1345post4168proj1099post4162Atopc2983
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - CMT presentation - April 26th, 19:00-20:30 UTCJon, I fully understand! I'll post the slides Ronald > -----Original Message----- > From: Jon Patrick (ihtsdo AU) [mailto:jonpat@it.usyd.edu.au] > Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 00:51 > To: isignoti-implementation_sig > Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - CMT presentation - > April 26th, 19:00-20:30 UTC > > > hi ronald, sorry i missed the meeting. i slept though the time. > jon > On 26/04/2011, at 5:42 PM, Ronald Cornet (ihtsdo NL) wrote: > > > > > Bruce Goldberg will present an overview of the CMT, which has been > made available for IHTSDO. > > > > The presentation will reflect on the contents, the use within KP, and > the benefit it will bring for IHTSDO. > > > > 1. Please join my meeting. > > https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/210353977 > > > > 2. Join the conference call (numbers below): > > Line#3, passcode 54362# > > > > Meeting ID: 210-353-977 > > > > (calendar entry attached for your convenience) > > > > Dial-in numbers: > > > > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > > CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 > > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > > ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 > > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 > > SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 > > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > > SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 > > SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 > > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > > Softphone users World ext 1601 > > _______________________________________________ > > General Group Notifications > > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4162 > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4168 >rcornetWed Apr 27 12:58:48 Z 2011forum1345post4172proj1099post4168Atopc2983

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implemenation SIG meeting July 22, 1300 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6931)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implemenation SIG meeting July 22, 1300 UTCHello so far our agenda for the next meeting is as follows: 1. agenda review 2. discuss how to frame the topics in preparation for the October meeting 3. discuss ideas for discussion topics for future meetings 4. AOB the go to meeting will be - https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightWed Jul 16 13:44:25 Z 2014forum1345post10296proj1099 Atopc6931

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: NHS Common User Interface (CUI) Project; April 3rd 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4430)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: NHS Common User Interface (CUI) Project; April 3rd 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: NHS Common User Interface (CUI) Project Date: Tuesday April 3rd 2012 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Tim Chearman, NHS UK GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Apr 02 14:17:29 Z 2012forum1345post6453proj1099 Atopc4430
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: NHS Common User Interface (CUI) Project; April 3rd 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on NHS Common User Interface (CUI) Project, have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5736?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaTue Apr 17 10:51:11 Z 2012forum1345post6523proj1099post6453Atopc4430

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping SIG (collabnet topic id: topc7284)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping SIGUpdated details for those of you who can join the Mapping SIG meeting now: 1. Go to JoinGoToMeeting.com 2. Enter this meeting ID: 304-235-733klillyMon Nov 10 20:01:38 Z 2014forum1345post10766proj1099 Atopc7284

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18th December 2012 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5335)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18th December 2012 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on the 18th of December 2012. Please note the revised timing of the call (21:00 - 22:30 UTC). This is the last call for this year, so I hope that you'll join us and make this a great, last Implementation SIG call for 2012. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Review of Stockholm meeting minutes – check on action items 3. Review of Terms of Reference – Follow up 4. Getting started on FAQs and How-To Guides 5. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #1, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Dec 17 10:38:51 Z 2012forum1345post7780proj1099 Atopc5335
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18th December 2012 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear all, Hope you all had a good Christmas. Best wishes for the New Year! The minutes of the last SIG call are available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_12_dec/doc7034 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Dec 26 10:14:57 Z 2012forum1345post7810proj1099post7780Atopc5335

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Notice of Meeting Cancellation - Feb 22, 2011 (collabnet topic id: topc2835)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Notice of Meeting Cancellation - Feb 22, 2011This note is being re-posted from the project home - MS No Implementation SIG call/webinar today (22/02/2011) Dear all, We won't be having an Implementation SIG webinar today. We do have speakers lined up, but due various issues with getting technology to work smoothly, we've decided to cancel this webinar. We'll reschedule this webinar for another time. Please accept our apologies for cancelling the webinar. Jay Jay Kola - 02/22/2011 5:25 AM PSTmstarkTue Feb 22 20:05:16 Z 2011forum1345post3793proj1099 Atopc2835

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Feb 11 2100-2230 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7381)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Feb 11 2100-2230 UTCHello here is the draft agenda for this call which will focus on the Adverse Sensitivity topic 1. Welcome 2. Brief update from the last meeting with a focus on the process to keep this work moving 3. Discuss the scope of the adverse sensitivity implementation guide 4. AOB Go To Meeting ID: 891 582 181 https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightThu Feb 05 11:44:12 Z 2015forum1345post10960proj1099 Atopc7381

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, June 7 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7523)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, June 7 1300-1430 utcHere is a draft agenda for our call on June 9; 1300-1430 utc 1. Welcome 2. Review updates to Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightTue Jun 09 03:45:36 Z 2015forum1345post11288proj1099 Atopc7523

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Implementation SIG webinar recordings (collabnet topic id: topc5393)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Implementation SIG webinar recordingsDear Implementation SIG, It has been three months since we started recording the Implementation SIG webinars. We would like feedback from the community on: 1. The usefulness of the recordings 2. Quality of recordings 3. Ease of access to the recordings 4. Any other comments/suggestions Please feel free to send feedback by replying to this thread or email me<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jan 14 22:23:03 Z 2013forum1345post7864proj1099 Atopc5393

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Overview of SNOMED CT User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices; July 9th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5958)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Overview of SNOMED CT User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices; July 9th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact me<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Overview of SNOMED CT User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices Date: Tuesday July 9th 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Beverly Knight (Canada Infoway) Abstract: The objective is to introduce participants to the User Interface Guidelines developed for Canada Health Infoway by the University Health Network’s Human Factors Lab. The webinar will include an overview of what the User Interface guidelines are, why they are needed and who would benefit from using them. The webinar will identify some of the key design guidelines and suggested best practices for incorporating large clinical terminologies, such as SNOMED CT, into an eHealth Solution. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/848869336 Goto Meeting ID: 848-869-336 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaThu Jul 04 19:03:45 Z 2013forum1345post8685proj1099 Atopc5958
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Overview of SNOMED CT User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices; July 9th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8580 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8581 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Jul 11 07:10:45 Z 2013forum1345post8702proj1099post8685Atopc5958

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Vice-Chair: Call for nominations (collabnet topic id: topc3906)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Vice-Chair: Call for nominationsNominations are invited for the post of Vice-Chair of the IHTSDO Implementation SIG, following the recent resignation of Ronald Cornet. This post is for two years as vice-chair after which the Vice-Chair will become Chair of the SIG for a further two years. Thus the overall term of office is four years. However, the initial period as Vice-Chair may be shortened if term of office of the current Chair ends during that period. Note that this approach is now being used by the IHTSDO for all SIGs as current periods of appointments expire. The objective of this is to ensure succession planning. Responses, using the attached form, should be sent to David Markwell at dma@ihtsdo.org by FRIDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2011.rcornetTue Oct 25 09:38:35 Z 2011forum1345post5579proj1099 Atopc3906

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting April 22, 2014,1300 UTC- 1400 (collabnet topic id: topc6661)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting April 22, 2014,1300 UTC- 1400Hello the Proposed agenda for the next meeting is as follows 1. Welcome 2. Overview and Demo of the IHTSDO browser by Rory Davidson 3. Browser discussion 4. AOB go to meeting will be 891 582 181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightWed Apr 16 21:03:16 Z 2014forum1345post9861proj1099 Atopc6661

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 22--05--2012 (collabnet topic id: topc4573)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 22/05/2012Dear all, There will be no regular SIG call on 22/05/2012. The next call will be the webinar on the 5th of June. I'll keep you posted on further developments via the Wiki and mailing lists. Regards, JayjkolaMon May 21 09:09:23 Z 2012forum1345post6675proj1099 Atopc4573

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar for October 14, at 1300 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7242)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar for October 14, at 1300 UTCIHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar Scheduled for September 23, 2014 1300 UTC The topic is Representing and retrieving falls and risk of falls using SNOMED CT Agenda: 1. Meeting overview 2. Webex Presentation from Jann Pfaff- abstract attached 4. Discussion and Q&A 5. Any other business The goto meeting LogIN: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181bknightTue Oct 14 12:58:46 Z 2014forum1345post10703proj1099 Atopc7242
IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG webinar for November 25th at 2100 UTCthe webinar for the following has been deferred from the October meeting to November 25th Please note, we will be moving to the "winter" time for this webinar Representing and retrieving falls or risk of falls using SNOMED CT by Jann Pfaff The goto meeting LogIN: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightTue Oct 14 13:15:59 Z 2014forum1345post10704proj1099post10703Atopc7242

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting minutes 2012 06 19 (collabnet topic id: topc4805)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting minutes 2012 06 19Here are the meeting minutes from our last meetng. If I misrepresented anything or missed something, please let me know. Our next meeting is next week Tuesday July 17, if anyone has any agenda items they would like to see, please let Jay or I know. thankyou Beverly & JaybknightThu Jul 12 11:50:07 Z 2012forum1345post7000proj1099 Atopc4805
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting minutes 2012 06 19Here is an updated set of minutes from our last meeting (date /time correction) thx bkbknightSun Jul 15 22:56:26 Z 2012forum1345post7017proj1099post7000Atopc4805

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Minutes from Jan 28, 2014 joint MapSIG and Implementation SIG - Allergy topic (collabnet topic id: topc6431)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Minutes from Jan 28, 2014 joint MapSIG and Implementation SIG - Allergy topicthe minutes of the last call are posted here. https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014 please note the following action item ACTION: Everyone can post pertinent documents to the folder created in the Implementation SIG space in Collabnet. This can be found in the Projects folder, Adverse Reaction/Allergy subfolder, then Scan of existing jurisdiction documentation. If there is difficulty with posting, please send the documents to Beverly Knight and she will post thankyou BeverlybknightFri Jan 31 22:41:02 Z 2014forum1345post9517proj1099 Atopc6431

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 21--02--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4290)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 21/02/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming SIG meeting. Regards, Jay and Beverly Agenda: 1. Review of minutes from the last meeting 2. Prioritisation of work items for 2013 3. Overview of TermInfo work; Update on status 4. Progress on changes to CollabNet 5. RF2 project group -- next steps 6. AOB Date: Tuesday, February 21st, 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaFri Feb 17 03:43:55 Z 2012forum1345post6229proj1099 Atopc4290
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 21/02/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, A draft version of the minutes from the last meeting (17/01/2012) are available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5340?nav=1 Cheers, Beverly & JayjkolaFri Feb 17 23:36:19 Z 2012forum1345post6236proj1099post6229Atopc4290

IHTSDO ImpSIG: April 14 1900 UTC joint Map and Implementation Allergy Meeting (collabnet topic id: topc6633)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: April 14 1900 UTC joint Map and Implementation Allergy MeetingHere is a reminder for this meeting and a proposed agenda. Please note we are using the Map SIG regular meeting date/time and Map SIG business will be discussed after the first hour. logistics https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/496057213 Agenda • Review the action items - please see the attachment • Discuss next steps • Next meeting date/time thankyou BeverlybknightWed Apr 09 12:52:04 Z 2014forum1345post9814proj1099 Atopc6633

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Prioritisation of work items for 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc4371)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Prioritisation of work items for 2013Dear Implementation SIG members, This is a gentle reminder for you to review the work items for 2013 and participate in the prioritisation of these work items. As discussed at the last call, you can add additional work items if needed. However, you are requested to try and prioritise only 5 work items (by assigning relative scores), instead of scoring them all. The spreadsheet for work items is available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5353?nav=1 Please send your prioritised work items to Jay Kola <jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight <bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Mar 15 06:57:58 Z 2012forum1345post6365proj1099 Atopc4371
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Prioritisation of work items for 2013Dear Implementation SIG, This is a final, gentle reminder that the deadline for participating in the prioritisation of work items for 2013 is the 31st of March, 2012. Regards, JayjkolaTue Mar 27 00:54:38 Z 2012forum1345post6413proj1099post6365Atopc4371

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption; 03--01--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4194)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCIHTSDO ImpSIG Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Dear Implementation SIG, Happy New Year! Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay Title: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption Date: Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Robert Hausam, Hausam Consulting. GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Jan 02 22:07:50 Z 2012forum1345post6049proj1099 Atopc4194
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCSorry - I will not be able to participate - I have a teaching obligation this evening. --Jim > -----Original Message----- > From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@mohh.com.sg] > Sent: Monday, January 02, 2012 5:08 PM > To: isignoti-implementation_sig > Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using > SNOMED CT subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC > > > IHTSDO ImpSIG Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT > subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC > > Dear Implementation SIG, > > Happy New Year! > > Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: > > Regards, > Jay > > Title: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption > > Date: Tuesday, January 3rd, 2012 > Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC > Presenter: Robert Hausam, Hausam Consulting. > > GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 > Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 > Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# > > Dial in codes > > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > Softphone users World ext 1601 > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6049jciminoTue Jan 03 15:29:29 Z 2012forum1345post6051proj1099post6049Atopc4194
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption; 03/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on Implementing clinical reasoning using SNOMED CT subsumption have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_01_jan/doc5174 Cheers, JayjkolaSat Jan 14 04:05:22 Z 2012forum1345post6077proj1099post6049Atopc4194

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SIG call times in Summer Time (collabnet topic id: topc5799)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SIG call times in Summer TimeDear Implementation SIG, As most of you are aware, the clock changed to Summer Time in many countries over the weekend. So, we will be moving our call times to the 13:00 UTC like we have in the past. We discussed the timings at the last call and it seemed to work for the majority of the participants. Unless we hear objections from the majority of the community, we'll use 13:00 UTC for our upcoming calls till the clock changes back to Winter Time. If you have issues with the timing, please contact me<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Apr 02 16:15:13 Z 2013forum1345post8391proj1099 Atopc5799

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, april 27; 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7477)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, april 27; 1300-1430 utcHere is a draft agenda. (note this will likely be a brief call) 1. Welcome 2. updates from MF presentation 3. Review updates to Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 4. Discussion and Next Steps Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightMon Apr 27 22:17:58 Z 2015forum1345post11166proj1099 Atopc7477
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, april 27; 1300-1430 utcI am unable to start this meeting. I am getting a connection failed error. I will continue to work on this my apologiesbknightTue Apr 28 13:01:26 Z 2015forum1345post11170proj1099post11166Atopc7477

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting right now (collabnet topic id: topc2771)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting right nowWe have the Implementation SIG call on line 2 (pass 54362#) now: Jan 25, 2011, 20:00UTC Regards, Ronald PS: Consider this a test messagercornetTue Jan 25 20:09:55 Z 2011forum1345post3642proj1099 Atopc2771

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17--01--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4211)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCImplementation SIG Meeting; 17/01/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Dear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming SIG meeting: Agenda: 1. Review of minutes from the last meeting 2. Changes to CollabNet – links to presentations, list of upcoming webinars 3. Review of work items – SIG and I&I 4. Upcoming project groups – RF2 and ModuleId 5. AOB Date: Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSat Jan 14 03:58:30 Z 2012forum1345post6076proj1099 Atopc4211

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience; December 4th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5264)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience; December 4th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Please note that audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please note that GTM dial-in number might not be a local number in all member countries. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience Date: Tuesday December 4th 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Presenter: Dion McMurtie & Matt Cordell, NEHTA Abstract: Validating distribution files prior to release is a problem faced by all SNOMED CT extension builders, however there are limited available tools to perform this function. Rules requiring validation extend from basic file format, to release format (RF1/RF2) specific rules, to SNOMED CT editorial and concept model validation. In order to test the Australian national extension release, NEHTA has developed a testing framework based on open source tools that supports suites of tests aimed at validating SNOMED CT distribution files generally. Test suites are organised into reusable, configuration-managed, modules that separate tests into three distinct tiers – 1. international tests – rules applicable to SNOMED CT International and any extension 2. extension tests – rules applicable to any SNOMED CT extension 3. product specific tests – rules specific to a particular product or extension, for example SNOMED CT-AU or AMT “International tests” and “extension tests” above are clear areas for reuse and collaboration for other SNOMED CT extension builders, as is the test framework itself. This Implementation SIG presentation describes - · the extent and organisation of the test suites currently implemented · the test framework itself, including technologies and structure · future steps planned for the framework Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/154753065 Goto Meeting ID: 154-753-065 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaFri Nov 30 10:05:37 Z 2012forum1345post7673proj1099 Atopc5264
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience; December 4th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCApologies, the previous announcement listed the wrong presenter. This announcement has the correct presenters listed. Regards, JayjkolaFri Nov 30 10:09:50 Z 2012forum1345post7674proj1099post7673Atopc5264
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience; December 4th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, This is a reminder that we have a webinar today (04th December 2012) at 22:00 UTC - 23:30 UTC. Regards, JayjkolaTue Dec 04 15:23:36 Z 2012forum1345post7701proj1099post7673Atopc5264
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Validation of National Extension Release Content - Australian Experience; December 4th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of the webinar on Validation of National Extension Release Content are available at: Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc6924 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc6925 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Dec 06 09:24:25 Z 2012forum1345post7721proj1099post7673Atopc5264

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Call for papers Journal of Biomedical Informatics (collabnet topic id: topc2952)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Call for papers Journal of Biomedical InformaticsCALL FOR PAPERS Journal of Biomedical Informatics Special Issue on Standards in Practice http://www.elsevier.com/locate/yjbin Letter of Intent Due (optional): April 15, 2011 Submission Deadline: August 1, 2011 "Translating Standards into Practice: Experiences and Lessons Learned in Biomedicine and Health Care" The increased interest and need for systematic approaches to organize, manage, and share data in biomedicine and health care has underscored the importance of standards. There is accordingly a need for detailed, experience-based discussions pertaining to the adoption and implementation of various types of standards, whether for knowledge representation and management, data integration and exchange, semantic interoperability, or other uses. The goal of this special issue of the Journal of Biomedical Informatics is to provide a forum for describing advanced research and development in translating standards into practice. Papers submitted to the special issue should provide comprehensive descriptions of the methodologies employed and challenges encountered during the process of implementing a specific standard or set of standards in an operational setting. These experiences and lessons learned should aim to provide readers with a framework that can be generalized for adoption of standards in their settings. In addition to original research papers, one or more methodological review papers will be considered and submissions in this category are encouraged. This special issue will not accept submissions that describe the development of new standards. Given the breadth of existing standards and related activities across domains from vocabularies (e.g., ICD, CPT, SNOMED CT, LOINC, RxNorm, and GO) to information models (e.g., HL7 RIM and CDA, and MIAME) to standards development organizations (e.g., ASTM, HL7, CEN, ISO, DICOM, NCPDP, IHE, IHTSDO, HITSP, CDISC, and GSC), papers may focus on a particular existing standard or cover a set of related standards. Possible topics for research papers include, but are not limited to: * Describing methods that have enabled existing standards to be implemented and/or evaluated for applications such as Electronic Health Records, Data Warehouses, Health Information Exchange, Decision Support, Quality Reporting, or Clinical Research (using vendor based or homegrown solutions); * Discussing methods that have enabled existing standards to be used for improving data capture, integration, and/or sharing in various contexts (e.g., Biology, Imaging, Medicine, Nursing, Public Health, Translational Science, and Education); or, * Providing methodological details (including empirical assessments) for specific customizations of standards to meet local, regional, national, or international needs (e.g., clinical and regulatory). Potential methodological review topics may include: * Comprehensive surveys of relevant standards to meet a particular biomedical or health care need; * Comparing and contrasting specific related standards; or, * Providing an overview of reference resources for standards in biomedicine and health care. Important Dates: April 15, 2011 Letter of Intent Due (optional) August 1, 2011 Submission Deadline Peer-Review Process: All submitted papers will go through a rigorous peer-review process (with at least two reviewers) that will include both programmatic relevance as well as scientific quality. The acceptance process will focus on those papers that address innovative methods for adopting and implementing standards in biomedicine and health care. All submissions should follow the guidelines for authors available at the Journal of Biomedical Informatics Web site (http://www.elsevier.com/locate/yjbin). JBI's editorial policy is also outlined on that page and will be strictly followed by special issue reviewers. Submission Process: Optional letters of intent should be sent to liz.chen@uvm.edu by April 15th, 2011. This will assist in assessing the number of likely submissions and in planning for the review process when papers are submitted. Authors must submit their papers via the online Elsevier Editorial System (EES) at http://ees.elsevier.com/jbi, no later than August 1st, 2011. Authors should register and upload their text, tables, and figures as well as subsequent revisions through this Web site, using the "Standards in Practice" paper category. Potential authors may contact the Publishing Services Coordinator in the journal's editorial office (jbi@elsevier.com) if questions arise during the submission process. Guest Editors: Elizabeth S. Chen (University of Vermont) Genevieve B. Melton (University of Minnesota) Indra Neil Sarkar (University of Vermont)slamThu Apr 07 13:19:39 Z 2011forum1345post4063proj1099 Atopc2952

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG call agenda Sept 8, 1300-1430 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7618)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG call agenda Sept 8, 1300-1430 UTChello here is a draft agenda for our next call September 8, 1300-1430 UTC 1) report of member forum proposal 2) interval progress and reports of authors 3) drafting of agenda for workplan in Montevideo the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181bknightThu Sep 03 14:22:16 Z 2015forum1345post11457proj1099 Atopc7618

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 24th September, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6131)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 24th September, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here is the proposed agenda and details of the next Implementation SIG call tuesday Sept 24th at 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Summary of collabnet discussion on the “Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration” 3. Implementation friendly distribution formats – flesh out the scope of this topic 4. Follow up on the topic of linking pre-coordinated concepts to post-coordinated expressions within a database. 5. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601bknightWed Sep 18 14:00:14 Z 2013forum1345post8997proj1099 Atopc6131
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 24th September, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHere are the notes from our meeting. And attached please find Tom's slides. thankyou Beverly & Jay Implementation SIG September 24, 2013 Meeting notes Participants Russ Buchanan Tim Cook Heather Grain Palle Petersen Tom Seabury Beverly Knight Jay Kola 1. Update from Education SIG – Heather Grain Slides used and available. Intent is to introduce some background to enable better discussion at the face to face meeting. The outcome of desired discussion includes; a competence specification for each of the roles and to start the process for defining the resources needed to provide the education (to be done as a second phase). Reason this is going through Standards for Standards process –as authoritative source “standard source” is needed. Mapping skills and competency is will be added to the package as it is a critical component. Identification of desired outcomes is included 2. Review & summary collabnet discussion on the “Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration” Action – BK to post the summary of discussion and outcome for the implementer. 3. Implementation friendly distribution formats – flesh out the scope of this topic Tom presented some use cases. See Tom’s slides. We agreed to work those use cases up further. And there continues to be support for this work 4. Follow up on the topic of linking pre-coordinated concepts to post-coordinated expressions within a database. Discussion postponed with Jos extending regrets to attend the call. 5. Change in call in lines for work group calls. IHTSDO has decided we will be using gotomeeting audio as opposed to IHTSDO call in lines.bknightSun Oct 06 01:12:38 Z 2013forum1345post9050proj1099post8997Atopc6131

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting November 15, 2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3978)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting November 15, 2011 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC - meeting detailsIHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting November 15, 2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC - meeting details Hello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: November 15, 2011 Time: 22:00-23:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# The agenda can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_11_nov/doc4938 AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Nov 14 14:09:14 Z 2011forum1345post5743proj1099 Atopc3978

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5748)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding Date: Tuesday March 12th 2013 Time: 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Presenter: Jeremy Rogers and Ed Cheetham, NHS, UK Abstract: Browsers are the 'shop window' of any terminology. When searching for terms, both speed and accuracy are critical to a positive user experience and acceptance. The presenters will demonstrate how different browsers respond differently to the same search expression, whilst some browsers also respond differently to slightly different formulations of the same search expression. An conceptual overview will be provided of possible 'pipelines' by which SNOMED is indexed for searching, user search expressions run against the index, and 'raw match' results then filtered, ranked and presented to the user for picking. The existing lexical resources required for implementing the more sophisticated 'pipeline' variants will be briefly reviewed, including: Stopwords Word, phrase, character, symbol and abbreviation equivalences Single and Dual-key indexes Realm Description Subsets Non-human subsets The presenters will demonstrate how different implementation design choices, trade-offs and optimisations give rise to different browser behaviour. The phenomenon of unexpected - and not always desirable - interactions between different elements within the more complex possible pipelines will be illustrated and discussed. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/158954169 Goto Meeting ID: 158-954-169 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaMon Mar 11 13:14:48 Z 2013forum1345post8306proj1099 Atopc5748
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of the webinar on -Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding at the following links. Please note that the recording is around 230MB, because it is a full HD quality recording! Congratulations to Ed and Jeremy on being the first Implementation SIG webinar presenters to be recorded in full HD! Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc7873 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc7874 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Mar 15 13:12:59 Z 2013forum1345post8337proj1099post8306Atopc5748
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCHi all, During the webinar, there was a mention that the lexical resources published by IHTSDO (e.g stop words, word equivalents, wordkey indices, etc) are currently only available as part of the RF1 release. Since IHTSDO currently publishes both RF1 and RF2 releases, this is not an issue. I know some of the resources can be consumed as is, since in their current format they are not directly dependent on RF1 or RF2 formats specifically. However, other artefacts like the wordkey index generator might need to be ported to support RF2, to generate the indices in the first place. 1. I would be interested in knowing how the current RF2 only members are handling this. Do you make them available as part of your RF2 only release? 2. Are there any SIG members who use these resources and so depend on them? 3. Is there any experience of attempting to address this part of a migration from RF1 to RF2? I'd appreciate comments from any members of the SIG. Regards, JayjkolaThu Mar 21 09:22:24 Z 2013forum1345post8348proj1099post8337Atopc5748
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCHi Jay The following response may well need refinement in light of the IHTSDO evidence of utility. You will be unsurprised to hear that my personal attitude is that these things which are currently available should continue to be available in all circumstances, and the default presumption should be that if it is built, unmaintained but mildly useful, then IHTSDO should continue to distribute these *regardless of their distribution format* . If IHTSDO were to invest in them, then I argue it is their content and consumability, and not per se their distribution format which need priority. If the options given are limited to deprecation or push into an existing RF2 format, then the later should be the default If the option includes to continue to distribute as-is then that is just fine An argument in favour of this is that of similitude to some content: we do continue to distribute reams of concepts in SNOMED CT itself which are almost never used, which have not had editorial attention for a long time, and which are not dangerous. The analogy to lexical resources should be obvious. Tom -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com] Sent: 21 March 2013 09:22 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Hi all, During the webinar, there was a mention that the lexical resources published by IHTSDO (e.g stop words, word equivalents, wordkey indices, etc) are currently only available as part of the RF1 release. Since IHTSDO currently publishes both RF1 and RF2 releases, this is not an issue. I know some of the resources can be consumed as is, since in their current format they are not directly dependent on RF1 or RF2 formats specifically. However, other artefacts like the wordkey index generator might need to be ported to support RF2, to generate the indices in the first place. 1. I would be interested in knowing how the current RF2 only members are handling this. Do you make them available as part of your RF2 only release? 2. Are there any SIG members who use these resources and so depend on them? 3. Is there any experience of attempting to address this part of a migration from RF1 to RF2? I'd appreciate comments from any members of the SIG. Regards, Jay _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8348 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere ********************************************************************************************************************tseaburyThu Mar 21 10:00:56 Z 2013forum1345post8349proj1099post8337Atopc5748
Re: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCI am pleased to see the topic of Lexical Resources being discussed here. This is a topic where work was done last year in the SIA scheme. Stimulated by this discussion, I have revised and relocated the DRAFT report on this topic from that work. https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc7924 Comment on this would be welcome. As you will see from that document, further consideration of this is planned in the scope of a broader consideration of "Search and Data Entry" as part of the 2013 work plan being undertaken by SIA participants. That work is currently in the planning phase. Unfortunately, due to scheduling of the presentation lit clashed with other "must attend" events in the IHTSDO and neither I nor those involved in this assignment could not join the call. A link to the recording of the excellent presentation by Ed and Jeremy has however been circulated to all those involved in the scheme.dmarkwellThu Mar 21 13:04:09 Z 2013forum1345post8350proj1099post8349Atopc5748
Re: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCHi David, Thank you for posting the link to this document. We will review it at our upcoming call on the 26th of March. We appreciate the difficulty in avoiding clashes with timings between different calls. We'd certainly love to have the SIA participants join our calls more regularly in the future. This might help the SIG have early sight or awareness of work being carried out in the SIA scheme. Regards, JayjkolaThu Mar 21 16:45:09 Z 2013forum1345post8356proj1099post8350Atopc5748
Re: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCThank you David for this service and colleague consideration. It shows the meaning of he words "professional courtesy" Respectfully, Rex Reagan From: Jay Kola <jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> To: isignoti-implementation_sig <isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net>, Date: 03/21/2013 12:56 PM Subject: Re: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Browsing SNOMED CT - Term Finding; March 12th 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Hi David, Thank you for posting the link to this document. We will review it at our upcoming call on the 26th of March. We appreciate the difficulty in avoiding clashes with timings between different calls. We'd certainly love to have the SIA participants join our calls more regularly in the future. This might help the SIG have early sight or awareness of work being carried out in the SIA scheme. Regards, Jay _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8356rreaganFri Mar 22 11:09:27 Z 2013forum1345post8359proj1099post8350Atopc5748

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call timings (collabnet topic id: topc5317)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call timingsDear Implementation SIG, The SIG call attendance has been somewhat low since the change to winter call times. After consulting with members from different parts of the world (in the Eastern & Western hemispheres), we have decided to change the timing of the SIG calls to 21:00 UTC. Please get in touch with me or Beverly if you have issues with this change. Baring a flood of objections to the new timings, the upcoming call (18th December 2012) will be at 21:00 UTC. Best Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Dec 10 21:13:58 Z 2012forum1345post7756proj1099 Atopc5317

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topics (collabnet topic id: topc6509)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topicsHello we have a meeting scheduled for Tuesday Feb 25th. I am looking for topics that may of interest to our group. I have a couple of suggestions for topics but they are rather brief. I went back to previous notes and found there were a couple of topics identified from the October meeting that I dont believe we have discussed. they include sharing subsets and the value and challenges of using SNOMED CT for user interface terminology (ie SNOMED CT synonyms). for the latter topic, it would be great to hear the views from several implementers. Please forward ideas to me at bknight@infoway.ca or via this discussion forum. in the absence of any substantive topics we may cancel this meeting. thankyou BeverlybknightFri Feb 21 02:34:22 Z 2014forum1345post9637proj1099 Atopc6509
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topicsDear Beverly,   First a question: "At what time will the call be?" I also have a Member Forum conference call at 21:00 UTC.   As an idea I would very much like to talk about the Work plan 2014. In the I&I Committee David Markwell asked for 'volunteers' to counsel or support the I&I activities in the Workplan 2014. I would think that these activities also need to be supported by the Implementation SIG and at least we could make a selection that we would like to give extra attention.   Kind regards, Jos. J. M. Baptist, Senior Advisor Standardization Processes and Terminology Use Nictiz National IT Institute for Healthcare in the Netherlands PO Box 19121     NL 2500 CC The Hague Phone: +31 703 173 450 / 417 direct line Mobile: +31 651 170 292 baptist@nictiz.nl <mailto:baptist@nictiz.nl>     www.nictiz.nl <http://www.nictiz.nl>       skype jos.j.m.baptist This message may contain confidential information that is not intended for you. If you are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are requested to inform the sender and delete the message. Nictiz accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the electronic transmission of messages.     -----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- Van: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [mailto:bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Verzonden: vrijdag 21 februari 2014 3:34 Aan: isignoti-implementation_sig Onderwerp: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topics     Hello we have a meeting scheduled for Tuesday Feb 25th.  I am looking for topics that may of interest to our group.  I have a couple of suggestions for topics but they are rather brief.    I went back to previous notes and found there were a couple of topics identified from the October meeting that I dont believe we have discussed.  they include sharing subsets and the value and challenges of using SNOMED CT for user interface terminology (ie SNOMED CT synonyms).  for the latter topic, it would be great to hear the views from several implementers.   Please forward ideas to me at bknight@infoway.ca or via this discussion forum.  in the absence of any substantive topics we may cancel this meeting.   thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9637  jbaptistFri Feb 21 09:53:38 Z 2014forum1345post9639proj1099post9637Atopc6509
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topicsThe implementation sig kmeeting is at the same time 2100 utc That is really too bad. -----Original Message----- From: Jos Baptist [mailto:baptist@nictiz.nl] Sent: February-21-14 4:54 AM To: isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Subject: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topics Dear Beverly,   First a question: "At what time will the call be?" I also have a Member Forum conference call at 21:00 UTC.   As an idea I would very much like to talk about the Work plan 2014. In the I&I Committee David Markwell asked for 'volunteers' to counsel or support the I&I activities in the Workplan 2014. I would think that these activities also need to be supported by the Implementation SIG and at least we could make a selection that we would like to give extra attention.   Kind regards, Jos. J. M. Baptist, Senior Advisor Standardization Processes and Terminology Use Nictiz National IT Institute for Healthcare in the Netherlands PO Box 19121     NL 2500 CC The Hague Phone: +31 703 173 450 / 417 direct line Mobile: +31 651 170 292 baptist@nictiz.nl <mailto:baptist@nictiz.nl>     www.nictiz.nl <http://www.nictiz.nl>       skype jos.j.m.baptist This message may contain confidential information that is not intended for you. If you are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are requested to inform the sender and delete the message. Nictiz accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the electronic transmission of messages.     -----Oorspronkelijk bericht----- Van: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [mailto:bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Verzonden: vrijdag 21 februari 2014 3:34 Aan: isignoti-implementation_sig Onderwerp: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 25th Implementation SIG meeting - call for agenda topics     Hello we have a meeting scheduled for Tuesday Feb 25th.  I am looking for topics that may of interest to our group.  I have a couple of suggestions for topics but they are rather brief.    I went back to previous notes and found there were a couple of topics identified from the October meeting that I dont believe we have discussed.  they include sharing subsets and the value and challenges of using SNOMED CT for user interface terminology (ie SNOMED CT synonyms).  for the latter topic, it would be great to hear the views from several implementers.   Please forward ideas to me at bknight@infoway.ca or via this discussion forum.  in the absence of any substantive topics we may cancel this meeting.   thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9637   _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9639bknightFri Feb 21 16:51:52 Z 2014forum1345post9641proj1099post9637Atopc6509

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Agenda Tuesday June 23, 1300-1430 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7533)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Agenda Tuesday June 23, 1300-1430 UTCImplementation SIG Agenda, June 23rd 1300-1430 UTC 1. Welcome 2. Webinar Ron Cornet: The Global Language of Healthcare? In multi-lingual Europe. a. Discussion and Questions 3. IHTSDO Business meeting proposal discussion 4. Allergy Implementation Guide Updates 5. Any other business the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightTue Jun 16 21:59:49 Z 2015forum1345post11302proj1099 Atopc7533

IHTSDO ImpSIG: HL7 Terminfo call (collabnet topic id: topc4333)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: HL7 Terminfo callAs discussed on the Implentation SIG call last week, these are the details of the upcoming HL7 Terminfo call this Wednesday February 29: Date / Time(s) Call is scheduled to last 1 hour Wednesday Feb 29, 2012 - 12:00 PM (Eastern Time, GMT -05) Please consult http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock for your local times Call Status This is a call in a recurring sequence (and occurs once every 2 weeks). Participation Information Phone Number: +1 770-657-9270 Participant Passcode: 598745 Web Meeting Info 29 February 2012 at 17:00 GMT Standard Time https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/310064305 Meeting ID: 310-064-305 The HL7 Terminfo project (additionally titled "Implementation Guide for Using SNOMED CT and LOINC Terminologies in HL7 Artifacts") is a recently re-engaged effort to develop implementation guidance to support the communication of SNOMED CT and LOINC terminology content in HL7 artifacts (including Version 2 and 3 messages and templates, and CDA documents). There was a prior HL7 DSTU (draft standard for trial use) ballot which expired in March 2009, with a smaller scope of coverage of only the use of SNOMED CT in HL7 V3. That original work is the foundation for our new effort. The original guidance was jointly published by HL7 and IHTSDO, and the intent is to continue joint publication of the new work. The Terminfo calls and activities are open and we welcome others to join the project and help us achieve the broadest possible participation. There is a Terminfo Wiki page (still in a very early stage of development), and we welcome contributions (http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=Terminfo). You can also receive notifications for upcoming calls and other project communications by subscribing to the HL7 Terminfo list (at http://www.hl7.org/myhl7/managelistservs.cfm?ref=common under "Terminfo Project"). RobrhausamMon Feb 27 16:46:29 Z 2012forum1345post6294proj1099 Atopc4333

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Terms of Reference V3.0 (collabnet topic id: topc6312)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Terms of Reference V3.0The IHTSDO Management Board approved the revised Terms of Reference of the Implementation SIG on 2013-12-10. See: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc9526dmarkwellWed Dec 11 19:17:59 Z 2013forum1345post9303proj1099 Atopc6312

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implemenation SIG meeting notes August 27, 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc6102)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implemenation SIG meeting notes August 27, 2013hello please find the notes from the last meeting. if anyone finds any errors or omissions, please let us know thx Beverly & JaybknightTue Sep 03 20:54:58 Z 2013forum1345post8932proj1099 Atopc6102

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18--09--2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4998)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18/09/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of tomorrow's Implementation SIG call. Apologies for posting this out late. We had to wait for the outcome of a meeting late Friday, before we could finalise the agenda. Following a successful meeting with David Markwell, the CIIO, I am excited to report that we now have work items that the Implementation SIG can work on actively. More details on the call. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Work items for the Implementation SIG -- FAQs -- How-To Guides 3. Agenda for the upcoming face to face meeting in October 4. Planning for the upcoming face to face meeting in October 4. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaMon Sep 17 09:09:56 Z 2012forum1345post7297proj1099 Atopc4998
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 18/09/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The minutes for the SIG meeting on the 18th of September 2012 are available on CollabNet at the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_09_sep/doc6446 The FAQs and How-to Guides material referred to in the minutes is available that the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_09_sep/doc6447 Regards, JayjkolaSun Sep 30 09:41:43 Z 2012forum1345post7352proj1099post7297Atopc4998

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Options for staging a technical migration of existing systems in primary care to SNOMED CT; 27--09--2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc3758)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Options for staging a technical migration of existing systems in primary care to SNOMED CT; 27/09/2011 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHello Implementation SIG, Apologies for the late notice. Here are the coordinates for today's webinar. The GoToMeeting meeting link below should work, if it does not work, then we'll post an updated link soon. Title: Discusssion of options for staging a technical migration of existing systems in primary care to SNOMED CT Date: Tuesday, September 27, 2011 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Jeremy Rogers, NHS, UK GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# Abstract: Presentation of UK guidance to suppliers of existing systems, describing options for a staged technical migration from older legacy systems to SNOMED. Session may also cover issues of data and query/report migration and the clinical safety issues during the 'mixed terminology economy phase' that will exist whilst different suppliers are at different stages along the migration pathway. Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaTue Sep 27 10:32:42 Z 2011forum1345post5357proj1099 Atopc3758

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in call timings to 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4426)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in call timings to 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Please note that the timings of the SIG call have changed to accomodate for Daylight Saving Time. The calls will now be scheduled from 13:00 - 14:30 UTC. The next upcoming call will be a webinar on 'NHS Common User Interface project' on the 3rd of April at these revised timings. Regards, Jay and BeverlyjkolaSat Mar 31 03:06:40 Z 2012forum1345post6447proj1099 Atopc4426

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5167)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCWebinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Dear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience Date: Tuesday November 6th 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:30 UTC Presenter: Denise Downs, UKTC Abstract: So when a large hospital contacts you and their Medical Director has agreed at a senior Management team that they will ‘adopt SNOMED CT’, and now want to know how, how do you respond? They have a number of products across their hospital, and a major part of their EHR is an in-house development. This presentation will examine some of the approaches that we are aware of as well as some of the motivations and business benefits that could be used to develop a plan for adoption. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaWed Oct 31 08:06:46 Z 2012forum1345post7530proj1099 Atopc5167
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, We've had many requests to record the SIG webinars in the past and more recently at the Stockholm meeting. The last time we tried this, we had some issues. We believe these technology issues have been addressed. So we'll try to record this session, since Denise has kindly agreed to the recording. To record the webinar, we'll need to use GoToMeeting's built-in audio facilities. We will NOT be using IHTSDO conference lines. There is useful information at the following links (shortened using Google's URL redirect service) on how to set up and test GoToMeeting's audio facilities. You'll need a microphone and headset to use GoToMeeting's audio facilities. GTM Audio best practices: http://goo.gl/ZEePr GTM Audio check list : http://goo.gl/mIgo1 GMT Audio test before meeting: http://goo.gl/7Ldce Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Nov 01 07:40:30 Z 2012forum1345post7532proj1099post7530Atopc5167
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, This will be the updated GTM meeting ID for today's webinar. We've had GTM id expiring because we share login details. Apologies for that... GTM ID: 749-930-656 Regards, JayjkolaTue Nov 06 22:13:00 Z 2012forum1345post7541proj1099post7532Atopc5167
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, This will be the updated GTM meeting ID for today's webinar. We've had GTM id expiring because we share login details. Apologies for that... GTM ID: 749-930-656 Regards, JayjkolaTue Nov 06 22:19:52 Z 2012forum1345post7542proj1099post7530Atopc5167
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear all, Please accept my sincere apologies for the confusion about the GTM ids for the webinar today! It took us a while to get the technology working in a way that we could all join the call and hear the presenter. I am aware that some of you might have missed the announcements about the updated GTM id or received them late. The good news is that the extra effort was worth it! The webinar recording looks and sounds great! We'll try and share it as soon as we've agreed on where we can upload them. Cheers, JayjkolaTue Nov 06 23:25:09 Z 2012forum1345post7544proj1099post7542Atopc5167
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start? - UK Experience; November 6th 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of the webinar on Adoption of SNOMED CT by a hospital: where to start are available at: Slides:https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc6922 Recording:https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc6923 Best Regards, JayjkolaThu Dec 06 09:04:57 Z 2012forum1345post7720proj1099post7530Atopc5167

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Review and prep for Allergy meeting March 11, 2100utc (collabnet topic id: topc6533)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Review and prep for Allergy meeting March 11, 2100utcHello this is a reminder that there are documents for those interested in the allergy topic to review prior to our next call. The documents are posted here https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.projects.adverse_reaction_allergy I will be posting a draft agenda shortly thankyou BeverlybknightWed Mar 05 14:26:53 Z 2014forum1345post9675proj1099 Atopc6533

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Rendering of post-coordinated expressions in human readable form; 07--02--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4239)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Rendering of post-coordinated expressions in human readable form; 07/02/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Rendering of post-coordinated expressions in human readable form Date: Tuesday, February 7th, 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Tom Seabury, NHS, UK. Abstract: Evidence will be presented on various approaches to the rendering of ‘compositions’ (SNOMED CT post-coordinated expressions in this case) for human reading. SNOMED CT expressions need to be expressed in ways that clinicians find acceptable. For a sample of important composition patterns evidence will be presented on which rendering techniques were found adequate, which were preferable, and which were rejected. The presentation will reflect findings from a study conducted by Tom Seabury with University College London (CHIME). A set of clear conclusions were attained, as well as some themes for further reflection and research. The study is of relevance not only for SNOMED CT but also for rendering of data which is held in both a reference terminology and an information model. SNOMED CT post-coordinated expressions are one particular type of compositional expression. There are a range of situations where it will be necessary to render compositions for human reading. This will certainly be true where there is no access to a human-readable rendering in the language in use. One other example is where a multi-field forms has been used for data entry but produces only machine-readable expressions, not human readable ones. A range of credible examples of the use of compositions were used in the study, such as recording a refined anatomical site for a clinical finding or procedure; each composition in the study was prepared using SNOMED CT compositional grammar only. GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaWed Feb 01 22:16:22 Z 2012forum1345post6133proj1099 Atopc4239
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Rendering of post-coordinated expressions in human readable form; 07/02/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on Rendering of post-coordinated expressions in human readable form have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5330?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaFri Feb 17 00:37:23 Z 2012forum1345post6228proj1099post6133Atopc4239

IHTSDO ImpSIG: No Implementation SIG call on 9th April 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc5800)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: No Implementation SIG call on 9th April 2013Dear Implementation SIGi, There is no Implementation SIG call on the 9th of April 2013, since it clashes with the face to face meeting in Copenhagen. We've changed the call on the 23rd of April to a webinar instead. The topic will be 'An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring', by Georg Brox. More details will be posted closer to the date. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Apr 02 16:24:24 Z 2013forum1345post8392proj1099 Atopc5800

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancelled - Implementation SIG call on 5th of February 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc5490)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancelled - Implementation SIG call on 5th of February 2013Dear all, There is no Implementation SIG call tomorrow (5th February 2013). Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Feb 04 14:27:43 Z 2013forum1345post7987proj1099 Atopc5490

IHTSDO ImpSIG: RF2 Value Proposition (collabnet topic id: topc5777)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: RF2 Value PropositionSIG Members may be interested to know that a document on the Value Proposition of migration to Release Format 2 has been posted on CollabNet on the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc7925 The original work on this document was undertaken by Harold Solbrig. Further additions based on on discussions and feedback with other 2012 SIA scheme participants were made over the course of the last year within the SIA scheme. The version posted also included recommended changes following consultation Executive Team colleagues at the end of last year. Please feel free to add additional comments as replies to this discussion topic. Thank you.dmarkwellThu Mar 21 16:31:12 Z 2013forum1345post8354proj1099 Atopc5777

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: August 26th 1300 UTC Meeting Agenda (collabnet topic id: topc7024)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: August 26th 1300 UTC Meeting AgendaGood Afternoon: The meeting agenda for next weeks Implementation SIG includes: 1. Agenda overview 2. Webex presentation by John D'Amore (see attachment for more details) 3. Progress and discussion on business meeting presentation topics 4. AOB The go to meeting information is: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Thanks. Beverly and AmyasheideTue Aug 19 17:19:34 Z 2014forum1345post10433proj1099 Atopc7024

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Agenda, June 24th, 1300 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6848)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Agenda, June 24th, 1300 UTCHello so far our agenda for the next meeting is as follows: 1. agenda review 2. brief update on adverse sensitivity topic 3. discuss topics for a face to face meeting in October. 4. AOB the go to meeting will be - https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 If anyone has other topics they wish to discuss, please let us know thankyou Beverly & AmybknightFri Jun 20 14:48:48 Z 2014forum1345post10192proj1099 Atopc6848

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT; June 11th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5920)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT; June 11th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT Date: Tuesday June 11th 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Susan Matney (Canada Infoway) & Tom Seabury (NHS, UK) Abstract: Will be posted over the next few days. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/508120336 Goto Meeting ID: 508-120-336 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaTue Jun 04 18:05:55 Z 2013forum1345post8624proj1099 Atopc5920
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT; June 11th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear all, Here are is the abstract for the part of tomorrow's webinar to be presented by Tom Seabury. Regards, Jay & Beverly @@@@@ Tom Seabury will Introduce a variety of use cases, desirable outcomes, techniques, and products for exploitation of the continuous quality improvements in SNOMED CT. This topic could also be described as 'dealing with inactive concepts'. The topics addressed include analytics as well as data entry. This session will set out the main themes by reference to an existing Technical Report which is currently available for review or use. This session will need to cover a lot of topics, and should assist the readability of the Technical Report, and give an outline understanding of the main themes. Those wishing to access and read parts or all of the Technical Report may find it at http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/data/uktc/snomed/training/inactcon1202.pdf @@@@@@jkolaMon Jun 10 15:53:42 Z 2013forum1345post8637proj1099post8624Atopc5920
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT; June 11th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHere is the outline for Susan Matney's half of the webinar: The objectives of the presentation are: Describe the structure of the 3M Healthcare Data Dictionary (HDD) Demonstrate how SNOMED CT is mapping in the HDD Describe the process of inactivating and superceding concepts Discuss live system implications. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Jun 11 07:14:21 Z 2013forum1345post8638proj1099post8624Atopc5920
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Dealing with inactive SNOMED CT codes and data coded using different versions of SNOMED CT; June 11th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Some of the resources referred to in the presentation are also available at the links posted. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8474 https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8472 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8475 Resources: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8471 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Jun 20 05:51:06 Z 2013forum1345post8666proj1099post8624Atopc5920

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Dec 9th 2100 UTC, Joint Implemention SIG and Mapping SIG call on Adverse sensitivity topic (collabnet topic id: topc7310)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Dec 9th 2100 UTC, Joint Implemention SIG and Mapping SIG call on Adverse sensitivity topichello the detailed agenda is still in development. but we would like you to mark your calendars for this topic and date/time. Dec 9th, 2100 UTC go to meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly and AmybknightWed Dec 03 15:25:15 Z 2014forum1345post10829proj1099 Atopc7310

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 12, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3232)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 12, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: July 12, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The draft agenda and the minutes from the previous meeting are ready for review and can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_07_jul?_message=1309956078137 * Please note new start time of 13:00-14:30 UTC Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkWed Jul 06 20:24:09 Z 2011forum1345post4650proj1099 Atopc3232
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 12, 2011 - meeting detailsAdditional documents for the Implementation SIG meeting have been posted here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011 .2011_07_jul?_message=1309956078137mstarkFri Jul 08 14:04:54 Z 2011forum1345post4676proj1099post4650Atopc3232
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 12, 2011 - meeting detailsThe link just posted for the Implementation SIG additional documents did not post correctly. Here it is again: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_07_jul In case the link breaks again, you can find these documents in the July meeting folder for the Implementation SIG on Collabnet. MoniquemstarkFri Jul 08 14:07:32 Z 2011forum1345post4677proj1099post4676Atopc3232

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Storing post-coordinated data using Expression Repositories; August 13th 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6023)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Storing post-coordinated data using Expression Repositories; August 13th 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Storing post-coordinated data using Expression Repositories Date: Tuesday August 13th 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Mikael Nyström & Daniel Karlsson (Linköping University) Abstract: The aim of this work is to develop and test an expression repository for storing and querying pre- and post-coordinated SNOMED CT expressions including historical views. The repository is also integrated with an openEHR-based EHR system including archetype querying possibilities. The integrated system allows querying of terminology-bound archetype instances using pre- and post-coordinated SNOMED CT expressions. During our presentation we will present the developed systems and some lessons learned. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/391148889 Goto Meeting ID: 391-148-889 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaFri Aug 02 12:57:54 Z 2013forum1345post8785proj1099 Atopc6023
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Storing post-coordinated data using Expression Repositories; August 13th 2013 @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8737 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8739 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Aug 16 15:32:57 Z 2013forum1345post8817proj1099post8785Atopc6023

IHTSDO ImpSIG: GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - *Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience* (collabnet topic id: topc2932)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience"GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience" Presentation on Tuesday March 29th @ 19:00 UTC - Line#3, passcode 54362# Abstract of the presentation: Canada Health Infoway (Infoway) will be providing a presentation at the March 29 Implementation SIG meeting. The following topics will be covered: 1. An overview of the pan-Canadian standards environment and current initiatives that include Refset development. 2 . A summary of Infoway's experience with gaining an understanding of Release Format 2.0 Refset specifications. 3 . An overview of how Infoway is planning to implement Refsets in the pan-Canadian terminology specifications. Meeting participants will be invited to comment on the planned Refset implementation approach. 1. Please join my meeting. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/650693096 2. Join the conference call: Line#3, passcode 54362# Meeting ID: 650-693-096 AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601rcornetSun Mar 27 18:47:22 Z 2011forum1345post4015proj1099 Atopc2932
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience"Sorry - that day is booked solid. --Jim -----Original Message----- From: Ronald Cornet (ihtsdo NL) [mailto:r.cornet@amc.uva.nl] Sent: Sunday, March 27, 2011 2:47 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience" GoToMeeting Invitation - Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience" Presentation on Tuesday March 29th @ 19:00 UTC - Line#3, passcode 54362# Abstract of the presentation: Canada Health Infoway (Infoway) will be providing a presentation at the March 29 Implementation SIG meeting. The following topics will be covered: 1. An overview of the pan-Canadian standards environment and current initiatives that include Refset development. 2 . A summary of Infoway's experience with gaining an understanding of Release Format 2.0 Refset specifications. 3 . An overview of how Infoway is planning to implement Refsets in the pan-Canadian terminology specifications. Meeting participants will be invited to comment on the planned Refset implementation approach. 1. Please join my meeting. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/650693096 2. Join the conference call: Line#3, passcode 54362# Meeting ID: 650-693-096 AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601 _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4015jciminoMon Mar 28 16:26:58 Z 2011forum1345post4023proj1099post4015Atopc2932
Implementation SIG presentation - "Understanding and Implementing Refsets - Infoway's Experience"Dear all, The slides are posted here in advance of the upcoming meeting for those dialing in without access to gotomeeting. Best regards, RonaldrcornetTue Mar 29 08:20:00 Z 2011forum1345post4028proj1099post4015Atopc2932

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 03--07--2012 (collabnet topic id: topc4773)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 03/07/2012Dear all, There will be Implementation SIG webinar on the 3rd of July. The next call will be a regular call on the 17th of July. Regards, JayjkolaMon Jul 02 19:02:48 Z 2012forum1345post6950proj1099 Atopc4773
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 03/07/2012Apologies for the error in the previous post! There will NOT be a Implementation SIG webinar on the 3rd of July.jkolaMon Jul 02 19:56:49 Z 2012forum1345post6951proj1099post6950Atopc4773

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar November 13th at 1400 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7280)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar November 13th at 1400 UTCDue to the observance of Veterans day in the United States the Implementation SIG will be cancelled November 11th and rescheduled for November 13th. Go to meeting details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Agenda: 1. Introductions 2. Webinar presentation by Rob McClure 3. Discussion For more information on the webinar topic visit: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/artf231269?nav=1&_pagenum=1&returnUrlKey=1415312168135asheideThu Nov 06 22:23:39 Z 2014forum1345post10761proj1099 Atopc7280
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar November 13th at 1400 UTCUpdated Implementation SIG Agenda Go to meeting details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Agenda: 1. Introductions 2. Webinar presentation by Rob McClure 3. Presentation questions and discussion 4. Update on Allergy/Adverse sensitivity collaboration with Map SIG For more information on the webinar topic visit: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/artf231269?nav=1&_pagenum=1& returnUrlKey=1415312168135asheideTue Nov 11 15:58:16 Z 2014forum1345post10768proj1099post10761Atopc7280
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar November 13th at 1400 UTCThanks to all who attended the implementation SIG today .Attached is a .pdf version of the slides that were discussed. Due to the amount of discussion, the allergy and adverse sensitivity topic will be addressed in the next Implementation SIG.asheideThu Nov 13 18:52:55 Z 2014forum1345post10775proj1099post10761Atopc7280

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6075)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on 27th of August 2013. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Update on Terms of Reference 3. Agenda for the October face to face meeting -- see draft posted at: http://goo.gl/nGFDHS 4. Implementation friendly distribution formats 5. Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration 6. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaThu Aug 22 14:18:08 Z 2013forum1345post8855proj1099 Atopc6075
IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013HI I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. thankyou BeverlybknightFri Aug 23 20:29:27 Z 2013forum1345post8858proj1099post8855Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Beverly, As a clinician I have run into this need quite regularly. This is not so much in ordering an investigation or getting a report back but rather when there is a discussion or recommendations. The recommendation or clinical decision support rule is made within a defined context so the recommendation does not bother to specify down to a fine level of granularity. If you are talking about managing deep vein thrombophlebitis of the leg it would not be a surprise to see mention of phlebitis by itself and of doing an ultrasound. The human reader would understand the context but when you want to make statements computer interpretable the statements would need to be unambiguous. If the issue is a deep vein phlebitis of the lower limb to humans it seems redundant to specify an ultrasound of the LOWER LIMB. What the higher level concept is depends on the purpose of the hierarchy. Using CliniClue I see that the parent of ultrasonography of upper limb is imaging of upper limb and there is no concept for ultrasonographgy of limb but the siblings of ultrasonography of upper limb are different types of imaging modalities rather than different locations.* * There is a similar issue when there are concepts that are precoordinated with a stage like chronic kidney disease stage 3 and no concept for chronic kidney disease with no stage mentioned. I think there is a definite need to have a higher level concept to to be used when there is no need for the user to be more specific. Ray On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 1:29 PM, Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) < bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca> wrote: > > HI > I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are > experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for > high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would > be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but > the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their > legacy data. > > An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional > specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". > > it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. > therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this > discussion. > > I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how > to solve this would be helpful. > > thankyou > Beverly > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 > > -- Raymond Simkus Langley, BCrsimkusSat Aug 24 16:23:52 Z 2013forum1345post8860proj1099post8858Atopc6075
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Beverly, Great project but hard questions! I wasn't sure if you were looking for a Reply-to-all here so I went for it. Feel free to either ignore or take this offline as you wish :) I too have struggled with this in the past at multiple organizations. It's hard to find one great answer for sure. Some questions (not in any good order - sort of rambling questions): 1) What are the maps being used for between legacy and SNOMED? 2) Are there any relationship definitions for those maps? 3) Are you considering using an extension or adding in your own concepts in a different way? 4) Have you requested any concepts to SNOMED and if so which ones? 5) Are the newer high concepts going to be used for active clinical documentation or just maps? In general this is what I've done - Again in no particular order since this is a hard nut to crack: 1) Offered to add them as terms on concepts for searching but forcing clinicians to choose the actual snomed concept. This can be done either by: A) Adding as proprietary concepts in your model and then with relationships to real SNOMED concepts. For example, in your database add "Ultrasonography of limbs" without a SNOMED code into your concepts and then link them to real SNOMED concepts and force clinicians to choose only a SNOMED concept. B) Add proprietary search terms on SNOMED concepts to get a result set but still show clinician the specific SNOMED concept that will be added. 2) Stand your ground - don't add them in. Not always great but sometimes can work. 3) Use a SNOMED extension - I don't have much experience with this but know many people who have done it. 4) Continue to support a mix of proprietary and SNOMED concepts. If possible let clinicians know that they are choosing a proprietary concept and they may not get the same level of support: DSS, Interop, research etc. We usually did this with a color code of the concept or if that's not possible use some special characters before or after the concept to let them know. 5) Talk to the terminology team at SNOMED :) I've talked to Penni Hernandez (former co-worker of mine) to talk about some discrepancies and issues before. Hope this was helpful. Happy to talk more about some of the long term ramifications I've experienced with these choices. Joel Aronoff Product Manager, Common Services RelayHealth, Enterprise Intelligence IHTSDO/SNOMED - Affiliate Forum Representative to Implementation & Innovation Committee Office and Mobile (303) 872-0763 Teleconference 877-684-9625 participant code 4861695 joel.aronoff@mckesson.com Mountain Time Zone McKesson - Empowering Healthcare   Confidentiality Notice: This e-mail message, including any attachments, is for the sole use of the intended recipient (s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure or distribution is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the original message.   -----Original Message----- From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [mailto:bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 2:29 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 HI I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858jaronoffMon Aug 26 03:53:08 Z 2013forum1345post8861proj1099post8855Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Beverly, I believe that it is not appropriate to include concepts in a national extension just to keep track of some implementers legacy data. My spontaneous reaction is that the best solution would be that the implementers create their own “legacy data extension” in their own namespace. Then both the benefit of having concepts to link the legacy data to direct and the cost of maintaining the extension would be on the same organization. Regards MikaelmnystroemMon Aug 26 06:28:26 Z 2013forum1345post8863proj1099post8858Atopc6075
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013So they just want these grouper terms to map to their legacy data? If that is the level of granularity in their legacy data, it would seem to me that there would have been pretty severe patient safety issues with that level of vagueness. In general, for the US extension, we do not add content that does not have direct clinical applicability. I can't see on the surface how those general terms you list wouldbe clinically applicable. Jim James T. Case MS, DVM, PhD, FHL7, FACMI Health Program Specialist - SNOMED CT National Library of Medicine/National institutes of Health Phone: 301-412-9287 james.case@mail.nih.gov Skype: drjtcase ________________________________________ From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 1:29 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 HI I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netjcaseTue Aug 27 18:15:31 Z 2013forum1345post8873proj1099post8858Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Beverly, if you can explain in a little more detail exactly how they would intend to use "Ultrasonography of limbs" and similar concepts, that would probably be helpful. I can imagine how it might be used clinically, but I'm not sure if what I'm thinking is actually what they are wanting to do. In general, I don't see any harm in having higher level concepts in the terminology, as long as they are consistent and logically specified (hopefully fully defined). I don't think this is likely their use case, but often decision support can leverage the higher level "grouping" concepts - it's not entirely inconceivable to me that someone would want to write a rule that should be triggered whenever an "Ultrasonography of limbs" procedure is performed. Rob On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 12:15 PM, Case, James (NIH/NLM) [E] < james.case@mail.nih.gov> wrote: > > So they just want these grouper terms to map to their legacy data? > > If that is the level of granularity in their legacy data, it would seem to > me that there would have been pretty severe patient safety issues with that > level of vagueness. In general, for the US extension, we do not add > content that does not have direct clinical applicability. I can't see on > the surface how those general terms you list wouldbe clinically applicable. > > Jim > > James T. Case MS, DVM, PhD, FHL7, FACMI > Health Program Specialist - SNOMED CT > National Library of Medicine/National institutes of Health > Phone: 301-412-9287 > james.case@mail.nih.gov > Skype: drjtcase > > ________________________________________ > From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] > Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 1:29 PM > To: isignoti-implementation_sig > Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to > facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 > > HI > I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are > experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for > high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would > be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but > the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their > legacy data. > > An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional > specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". > > it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. > therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this > discussion. > > I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how > to solve this would be helpful. > > thankyou > Beverly > > > > _______________________________________________ > This is the Impl SIG notifications list > To unsubscribe, goto > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion > There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop > monitoring selected" > > > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 > To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail > isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net > > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8873 > > -- Robert Hausam, M.D. Hausam Consulting +1 (801) 949-1556 rrhausam@gmail.comrhausamWed Aug 28 15:03:46 Z 2013forum1345post8881proj1099post8858Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Not having high level grouper terms is the patient safety issue. The more specific terms you refer to lie under these grouper terms and aid in pointing to specific cases. The high level grouper terms rarely are of clinical importance but are of extreme importance in health statistics, health demographics, health finance, and health policy issues. All major healthcare groups use these concepts to start their analytic decision trees, even if they have to create their own versions of them. To verify, just check with your colleagues at NCHS and the SEER program at NCI. Note that in the uS the extension is controlled tightly by NLM and not the policy implementers in other areas of the government. It will be most interesting to see how CMS evaluates their healthcare policy when ICD-10-CM starts wide use next year in the US. It has those grouper terms, though they can be improved. The plus side is that the grouper terms derive directly from ICD-9-CM and widespread use since the 1990's. They should improve with increased granularity. A major fault of SNOMED, since the formation of RT and not corrected in CT, is in the hierarchical grouping of terms caused by the lack of these concepts. It vastly limits use and confuses the clinical end users. The expression "Why did they put that (clinical term) here?" is still common and will always limit SNOMED use to just a large term list. Addition by our forward thinking neighbors to the north would be most useful. Steve Steindel, PhD, FACMI On Aug 27, 2013, at 2:15 PM, "Case, James (NIH/NLM) [E]" <james.case@mail.nih.gov> wrote: > > So they just want these grouper terms to map to their legacy data? > > If that is the level of granularity in their legacy data, it would seem to me that there would have been pretty severe patient safety issues with that level of vagueness. In general, for the US extension, we do not add content that does not have direct clinical applicability. I can't see on the surface how those general terms you list wouldbe clinically applicable. > > Jim > > James T. Case MS, DVM, PhD, FHL7, FACMI > Health Program Specialist - SNOMED CT > National Library of Medicine/National institutes of Health > Phone: 301-412-9287 > james.case@mail.nih.gov > Skype: drjtcase > > ________________________________________ > From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] > Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 1:29 PM > To: isignoti-implementation_sig > Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 > > HI > I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. > > An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". > > it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. > > I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. > > thankyou > Beverly > > > > _______________________________________________ > This is the Impl SIG notifications list > To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion > There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" > > > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 > To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net > > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8873 >ssteindelWed Aug 28 15:05:21 Z 2013forum1345post8882proj1099post8873Atopc6075
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Excellent point Ray. I think the CKD example really nails it. Cheers Richard From: Ray Simkus [mailto:ray.simkus@gmail.com] Sent: Sunday, 25 August 2013 4:23 a.m. To: isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 Hi Beverly, As a clinician I have run into this need quite regularly. This is not so much in ordering an investigation or getting a report back but rather when there is a discussion or recommendations. The recommendation or clinical decision support rule is made within a defined context so the recommendation does not bother to specify down to a fine level of granularity. If you are talking about managing deep vein thrombophlebitis of the leg it would not be a surprise to see mention of phlebitis by itself and of doing an ultrasound. The human reader would understand the context but when you want to make statements computer interpretable the statements would need to be unambiguous. If the issue is a deep vein phlebitis of the lower limb to humans it seems redundant to specify an ultrasound of the LOWER LIMB. What the higher level concept is depends on the purpose of the hierarchy. Using CliniClue I see that the parent of ultrasonography of upper limb is imaging of upper limb and there is no concept for ultrasonographgy of limb but the siblings of ultrasonography of upper limb are different types of imaging modalities rather than different locations. There is a similar issue when there are concepts that are precoordinated with a stage like chronic kidney disease stage 3 and no concept for chronic kidney disease with no stage mentioned. I think there is a definite need to have a higher level concept to to be used when there is no need for the user to be more specific. Ray On Fri, Aug 23, 2013 at 1:29 PM, Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) <bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca> wrote: HI I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 -- Raymond Simkus Langley, BCrmedlicottThu Aug 29 21:47:10 Z 2013forum1345post8899proj1099post8858Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Steve (and others), I agree that we need good (better) grouping concepts in SCT but also agree with Rob that they need to be fully defined (even if the appropriate descendants are not. But saying that, I also wonder if the "analytic benefit" that Steve mentions should not the driving force for the creation of these concepts because that need can best be met by creating value sets / ref sets wherein the collection of concepts is specifically crafted. Yes, we'd want that to be driven by hierarchically supported intensional logic, but grouping concepts solely to support analysis may not be the best justification.rmcclureFri Aug 30 16:11:00 Z 2013forum1345post8909proj1099post8882Atopc6075
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Explain to me the difference between the name placed on a value/ref set for a group and the use of the same name in a terminology that does the same thing? If your response concerns full definition I clearly state that many of the responses to this thread show that full definition, using the SCT model, does not successfully classify concepts that we intuitively know should classify together. We have heard from the Chief Terminologist that the Anatomy model in part prevents this from happening. I will note that the US CHI group in around 2005 noted the problems with the SCT Anatomy model and choose not to select it. It remains essentially unchanged, as does all of SCT. Indeed, the thread I am reading from the responses is that one size does not fit all. Especially with the expansion of extensions we are moving to a Federated model for terminology. The LOINC/SNOMED agreement is just the first formal example of this movement on a grand scale. I would also like to note that my example of grouping for analysis was just one example of how these concepts could be used. We have seen examples in several responses where similar concepts would be missed because of classification issues. I recall a presentation Bob Dolin gave at an AMIA meeting circa 2005 regarding finding pituitary tumors in the Kasier database (SNOMED encoded) and there multiple ways recorders of the information identified them with terms that made finding all cases essentially impossible. (If anyone can provide better information or reference, it would be wonderful.) This problem is very widespread and greatly reduces the efficacy of the DL approach, especially with a terminology as large and attempting to be all encompassing as SCT. Steve Steindel On Aug 30, 2013, at 12:11 PM, "Robert McClure (ihtsdo US)" <rmcclure@mdpartners.com> wrote: > > Steve (and others), > I agree that we need good (better) grouping concepts in SCT but also agree with Rob that they need to be fully defined (even if the appropriate descendants are not. But saying that, I also wonder if the "analytic benefit" that Steve mentions should not the driving force for the creation of these concepts because that need can best be met by creating value sets / ref sets wherein the collection of concepts is specifically crafted. Yes, we'd want that to be driven by hierarchically supported intensional logic, but grouping concepts solely to support analysis may not be the best justification. > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8909 >ssteindelFri Aug 30 19:01:46 Z 2013forum1345post8911proj1099post8909Atopc6075

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme (collabnet topic id: topc5207)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor SchemeThe IHTSDO invites applications to join the 2013 SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor (SIA) scheme. Application deadline: 5th December 2012 at 23:00 UTC. Scheme commences: 4th February 2013. The objective of the SIA scheme is to enhance and apply the skills and experience of people with existing knowledge of SNOMED CT and implementation requirements. To find out more follow the link below which will take you to a page on the IHTSDO website where you will find further links to the Call for Applications and the Application Form http://www.ihtsdo.org/news/news-article/article/snomed-ct-implementation-advisor-scheme-2013dmarkwellTue Nov 13 18:08:05 Z 2012forum1345post7582proj1099 Atopc5207
IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation Advisor Scheme 2013 - APPLICATION DEADLINE ONE WEEKAs announced on 13 November the Call for Applications for participation in the SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme 2013 will close next week. We have moved the date back by just over 24 hours so that everyone gets at a clear week's of notice between this reminder and the closure of the application period. The new deadline is 07:00 UTC next Friday (7th December). Note that in the US West Coast that is 11pm on Thursday (6th December) Please ensure your application reach us by this time as the deadline will be applied and late applications will not be reviewed. For further details see: http://www.ihtsdo.org/news/news-article/article/snomed-ct-implementation-advisor-scheme-2013/dmarkwellThu Nov 29 13:34:35 Z 2012forum1345post7665proj1099post7582Atopc5207

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancelled - Implementation SIG call on 22nd of January 20123 (collabnet topic id: topc5418)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancelled - Implementation SIG call on 22nd of January 20123Dear all, There is no Implementation SIG call on 22nd of January 2013. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jan 21 19:00:41 Z 2013forum1345post7897proj1099 Atopc5418

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG call agenda August 25, 1300-1430 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7604)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG call agenda August 25, 1300-1430 UTCHello here is the draft Implementation SIG call agenda for August 25, 1300-1430 UTC • Welcome • Allergy/hypersensitivity Implementation Guide Updates • Any other business the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181bknightFri Aug 21 20:27:46 Z 2015forum1345post11425proj1099 Atopc7604
IHTSDO ImpSIG: UPDATED Implementation SIG call agenda August 25, 1300-1430 UTCHello here is an updated Implementation SIG call agenda for August 25, 1300-1430 UTC Welcome Webinar: Usability-driven pruning of large ontologies: the case of SNOMED CT by Pablo López-García (note abstract and bio pending) Allergy/hypersensitivity Implementation Guide Updates Any other business the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181bknightMon Aug 24 13:04:58 Z 2015forum1345post11431proj1099post11425Atopc7604

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cross Posting -- Mapping to--from SNOMED CT - Activities feedback (collabnet topic id: topc6230)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cross Posting -- Mapping to/from SNOMED CT - Activities feedbackWe've invited feedback on Mapping to/from SNOMED CT activities that members might be involved in. Please refer and respond to the original posting at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listPosts/projects.implementation_sig/discussion.general_discussions.topc6229 Apologies for the cross posting. If you have not received an email with the original posting, then you are not monitoring the Discussions Forum - where Implementation SIG discussions take place. Please follow the instructions at http://goo.gl/gBwPrI to start monitoring those forums. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Nov 01 07:38:36 Z 2013forum1345post9171proj1099 Atopc6230

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Webinar April 8, 1300 UTC; SNOMED CT Search and Data Entry Guide (collabnet topic id: topc6614)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Webinar April 8, 1300 UTC; SNOMED CT Search and Data Entry GuideHello here is a brief introduction to the webinar next Tuesday. This was an October showcase workshop topic that received good feedback. The presentation by Anne Randorff Højen and El-Turk,Fadi will include an overview of the topics covered by the guide, hence present different techniques to support structured SNOMED CT search and data entry. the go to meeting coordinates are 891 582 181 thankyou Amy and BeverlybknightTue Apr 01 13:21:48 Z 2014forum1345post9788proj1099 Atopc6614

IHTSDO ImpSIG: No Implementation SIG call on 23rd July 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc5982)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: No Implementation SIG call on 23rd July 2013Dear Implementation SIG, There will be no SIG call on the 23rd of July 2013. We would appreciate if you can comment on the updated Terms of Reference that is available on the Wiki. I'll post a separate announcement with the link for you to respond. Thanks, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jul 22 12:17:51 Z 2013forum1345post8733proj1099 Atopc5982

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding; 01--11--2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC (UPDATE) (collabnet topic id: topc3922)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding; 01/11/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC (UPDATE)IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding; 01/11/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Hello Implementation SIG, Here are the UPDATED details of the Webinar - GotoMeeting changed Regards, David Markwell CIIO Title: Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding Date: Tuesday, November 1st, 2011 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Jeremy Rogers, NHS, UK GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Abstract: Browsers are the ‘shop window’ of any terminology. When searching for terms, both speed and accuracy are critical to a positive user experience and acceptance. Unfortunately, in general, increased accuracy usually comes at the expense of speed: a trade-off must be made. The presenter will demonstrate how different browsers respond differently to the same search expression, whilst some browsers also respond differently to slightly different formulations of the same search expression. Some of the underlying ‘term finding’ design choices and trade-offs that give rise to this behaviour will be explored, including the limitations of relying on ‘off the shelf’ database text search solutions. Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601dmarkwellTue Nov 01 08:32:39 Z 2011forum1345post5642proj1099 Atopc3922
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding; 01/11/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC (UPDATE)Hi David, I have not been able to attend that Webinar. Would you have a summary if the findings for the tools you've explored? Thanks, Linda On Tue, Nov 1, 2011 at 4:32 AM, David Markwell (IHTSDO staff) < dma@ihtsdo.org> wrote: > > IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar on Browsing SNOMED CT > – Term Finding; 01/11/2011 @ 22:00 - 23:00 UTC > > Hello Implementation SIG, > > Here are the UPDATED details of the Webinar - GotoMeeting changed > > Regards, > David Markwell > CIIO > > Title: Browsing SNOMED CT – Term Finding > Date: Tuesday, November 1st, 2011 > Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC > Presenter: Jeremy Rogers, NHS, UK > > GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 > Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 > Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# > > Abstract: Browsers are the ‘shop window’ of any terminology. When > searching for terms, both speed and accuracy are > critical to a positive user experience and acceptance. Unfortunately, in > general, increased accuracy usually comes at > the expense of speed: a trade-off must be made. > > The presenter will demonstrate how different browsers respond differently > to the same search expression, whilst some > browsers also respond differently to slightly different formulations of > the same search expression. Some of the > underlying ‘term finding’ design choices and trade-offs that give rise to > this behaviour will be explored, including > the limitations of relying on ‘off the shelf’ database text search > solutions. > > Dial in codes > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > Softphone users World ext 1601 > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5642 >lparisienMon Dec 12 17:53:52 Z 2011forum1345post6009proj1099post5642Atopc3922

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting - Sydney October 12 9:30-16:30 local time (collabnet topic id: topc3826)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting - Sydney October 12 9:30-16:30 local timeHello Implementation SIG members Please find the agenda and meeting material for the Implementation SIG meeting in Sydney here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_10_oct?_message=1317928044521 note: Meeting Coordinates are TBA MoniquemstarkThu Oct 06 19:08:53 Z 2011forum1345post5449proj1099 Atopc3826
Implementation SIG meeting October 12, 2011 - meeting details SydneyHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date & Times: October 12th, 9:30 AM – 12:30 PM at local Sydney time (Tuesday October 11th, 22:30 UTC to 01.30 UTC) October 12th, 13:30 PM – 16:30 PM at local Sydney time (Wednesday October 12th, 02:30 UTC to 05.30 UTC) GoTo meeting link: TBA Conference call: IHTSDO Line #2, Pass Code 54362# The agenda and supporting documentation can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_10_oct Dial in codes Country Region Phone Number Australia Brisbane +61 731234424 Canada Toronto +1 4168000350 Denmark Copenhagen +45 43396372 Estonia Tallinn +372 6680309 Lithuania Vilnius +370 52058946 Netherlands Amsterdam +31 202629995 New Zealand Auckland +64 99250305 Singapore Singapore +65 31031162 Slovak Republic Bratislava +421233006932 Slovenia Ljubljana +38616002717 Spain Madrid +34 911875628 Sweden Stockholm +46 852507971 United Kingdom Birmingham +44 1213142062 United States of America Chicago +1 3124966622 United States of America Los Angeles +1 2133253224 United States of America Washington +1 2022924256mstarkFri Oct 07 12:27:53 Z 2011forum1345post5464proj1099post5449Atopc3826

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 11, 2014 2100-2230 UTC webinar; Request Submission Tool Implementation Experience-Canada (collabnet topic id: topc6441)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feb 11, 2014 2100-2230 UTC webinar; Request Submission Tool Implementation Experience-CanadaHello everyone our next webinar is next tuesday, Feb 11th. I would like to welcome Shapoor Shayegani who led the implementation of a Request Submission Tool for Canadian Implementers. It is based on Jira. the presentation will provide an overveiw of the selection process, current capabilities of the tool, and experience using it as well as future plans. Here are the call logistics Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. I may not be able to record the webinar due to limitations of my laptop rights. The slides and recording (if able to sort this out prior to the call) will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181 Goto Meeting ID: 891-582-181 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUi thankyou Beverly & JaybknightTue Feb 04 21:50:09 Z 2014forum1345post9537proj1099 Atopc6441

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using openEHR Guideline Definition Language (GDL) with archetypes and SNOMED CT; May 14th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5874)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using openEHR Guideline Definition Language (GDL) with archetypes and SNOMED CT; May 14th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Using openEHR Guideline Definition Language (GDL) with archetypes and SNOMED CT Date: Tuesday May 14th 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Rong Chen, Cambio Healthcare, Sweden Abstract: Expressing and sharing computerized clinical decision support (CDS) rules across languages and technical platforms has been an evasive goal. Lack of commonly shared clinical information models and flexible support for various terminology resources have been identified as two main challenges for sharing detailed clinical rules between sites. The newly proposed Guide Definition Language (GDL) is a formal language designed to represent clinical knowledge for single decision making. GDL is designed to be natural language- and reference terminology- agnostic by leveraging the designs of openEHR Reference Model and Archetype Model. The design specification of GDL is submitted to the openEHR community for review and its reference implementation is released as open source software. In this Webinar, the design of GDL will be introduced and some early implementation experience will be shared with the audience. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/769967353 Goto Meeting ID: 769-967-353 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaThu May 09 09:55:34 Z 2013forum1345post8528proj1099 Atopc5874
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - Using openEHR Guideline Definition Language (GDL) with archetypes and SNOMED CT; May 14th 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Some of the resources referred to in the presentation are available at: http://openehr.org/downloads/ds_and_guidelines Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/viewDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8272?_message=1368700134753 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/viewDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8273?_message=1368700635198 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu May 16 10:49:13 Z 2013forum1345post8548proj1099post8528Atopc5874

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG scheduled for September 9, 2014 at 1300 UTC is Cancelled. (collabnet topic id: topc7119)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG scheduled for September 9, 2014 at 1300 UTC is Cancelled.IHTSDO Implementation SIG scheduled for September 9, 2014 at 1300 UTC is Cancelled. Due to a scheduling request the webinar for the September 9th meeting has been rescheduled for September 23, 2014 at 1300 UTC. The go to meeting information is: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 More information on the webinar can be found at the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/tracker/do/listArtifacts/projects.implementation_sig/tracker.i_i_action_trackerasheideMon Sep 08 12:19:30 Z 2014forum1345post10534proj1099 Atopc7119

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011 (collabnet topic id: topc2800)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011Hello Implementation SIG, Thank you for your participation in this week’s meeting. As per our discussion on the Implementers’ Curriculum, I have posted three feedback forms to Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_02_feb?_message=1297265033636 Here is a recap of the tasks: 1.Review three documents: Implementer’s Competencies and Scope, Implementing SNOMED CT and Implementers’ Curriculum 2.Use the respective feedback forms for comments: IHTSDO Competencies and scope feedback form, IHTSDO Implementers Curriculum v0.5 feedback form, IHTSDO Implementing SNOMED CT feedback form 3. Submit these feedback forms to ryansaraha1@earthlink.net by March 1, 2011 Thanks again for your participation. Sincerely, MoniquemstarkThu Feb 10 16:45:58 Z 2011forum1345post3700proj1099 Atopc2800
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011Hello Implementation SIG, This is a reminder to submit your feedback on the Implementers' Curriculum by March 1, 2011 to ryansaraha1@earthlink.net. Please use feedback forms to submit feedback. Thank you for your participation, MoniquemstarkWed Feb 23 15:35:11 Z 2011forum1345post3806proj1099post3700Atopc2800
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011This is a well written document and cleanly separates skills and competencies associated with roles. Attached are my initial thoughts on this draft. Cheers, JayjkolaMon Feb 28 15:19:16 Z 2011forum1345post3822proj1099post3700Atopc2800
SV: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011Dear Monique Thank you for your e-mail. I have tried to locate the three documents that you mention, but without luck. Can you please tell me where they can be found in the Collabnet? Kind regards Camilla Wiberg Danielsen Terminologist, special consultant Health Documentation Islands Brygge 67 DK-2300 København S Telefon +45 2510 7541 E-mail   cwd@sst.dk -----Oprindelig meddelelse----- Fra: Monique Stark (IHTSDO Staff) [mailto:mst@ihtsdo.org] Sendt: 10. februar 2011 17:46 Til: isignoti-implementation_sig Emne: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011 Hello Implementation SIG, Thank you for your participation in this week’s meeting. As per our discussion on the Implementers’ Curriculum, I have posted three feedback forms to Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_02_feb?_message=1297265033636 Here is a recap of the tasks: 1.Review three documents: Implementer’s Competencies and Scope, Implementing SNOMED CT and Implementers’ Curriculum 2.Use the respective feedback forms for comments: IHTSDO Competencies and scope feedback form, IHTSDO Implementers Curriculum v0.5 feedback form, IHTSDO Implementing SNOMED CT feedback form 3. Submit these feedback forms to ryansaraha1@earthlink.net by March 1, 2011 Thanks again for your participation. Sincerely, Monique _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post3700cdanielsenFri Mar 04 13:48:17 Z 2011forum1345post3871proj1099post3700Atopc2800
Tilbagekaldelse: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011Camilla Wiberg Danielsen vil gerne tilbagekalde meddelelsen "IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available: Due March 1, 2011".cdanielsenFri Mar 04 14:00:33 Z 2011forum1345post3872proj1099post3700Atopc2800
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available - Please respondDear all, A gentle reminder that the implementers' curriculum documents from the Education SIG are posted for review. You can find them here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects. implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_02_feb?_message=1297265033636 Here is a recap of the tasks: 1.Review three documents: Implementer’s Competencies and Scope, Implementing SNOMED CT and Implementers’ Curriculum 2.Use the respective feedback forms for comments: IHTSDO Competencies and scope feedback form, IHTSDO Implementers Curriculum v0.5 feedback form, IHTSDO Implementing SNOMED CT feedback form 3. Submit these feedback forms to ryansaraha1@earthlink.net. Please have a look, either in depth or superficially and share your feedback. The education SIG is looking forward to receiving responses. Best regards, RonaldrcornetWed Mar 23 12:47:19 Z 2011forum1345post4007proj1099post3700Atopc2800
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback forms for Implementers' Curriculum now available - Please respondApologies for the broken link. You can find them here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_02_feb?_message=1297265033636 RonaldrcornetWed Mar 23 12:51:32 Z 2011forum1345post4008proj1099post4007Atopc2800

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting June 14, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3089)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting June 14, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: June 14, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/841292577 GoTo meeting ID: 841-292-577 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The agenda, the minutes from the previous meeting and additional meeting documentation are ready for review and can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_06_jun * Please note new start time of 13:00-14:30 UTC Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkFri Jun 10 16:12:14 Z 2011forum1345post4426proj1099 Atopc3089

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 26th November, 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6271)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 26th November, 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here is the proposed agenda and details of the next Implementation SIG call tuesday November 26th at 21:00 - 22:30 UTC. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Update on Terms of Reference 3. Representation of Allergy information in various members countries 4. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/497913957 Goto Meeting ID: 497-913-957 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaMon Nov 25 07:54:16 Z 2013forum1345post9241proj1099 Atopc6271
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 26th November, 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear all, The draft minutes of the Implementation SIG call on 26th November are now available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_11_nov/doc9422 They are also attached to this post for your convenience. Best Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Nov 27 13:29:08 Z 2013forum1345post9250proj1099post9241Atopc6271

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation Facilitators (collabnet topic id: topc6068)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation FacilitatorsApplications are invited for the role of Implementation Facilitator within the IHTSDO. We are seeking individuals to encourage and support the implementation of SNOMED CT globally. Join the IHTSDO team to contribute to the strategic goal of expanding and enhancing implementation of the leading global health terminology. See more about these full time roles on line at http://www.ihtsdo.org/job/implementation-facilitators Applications close September 13th.dmarkwellTue Aug 20 09:10:02 Z 2013forum1345post8846proj1099 Atopc6068

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG November 25 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7303)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG November 25 2100 UTCAgenda: 1. Welcome and Announcements 2. Webinar: Representing and Retrieving Patients' Falls Risk Factors and Risk for Falls Among Adults in Acute Care Through the Electronic Health Record 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Adverse Sensitivity Collaboration Discussion 5. AOB https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181asheideSat Nov 22 17:32:20 Z 2014forum1345post10811proj1099 Atopc7303

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda May 12, 1900 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6707)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda May 12, 1900 UTChello attached please find the very draft agenda for the Allergy meeting. as you can see Map SIG is hosting this meeting. I expect we will discuss the proposal needed to continue working on this topic thankyou Beverly & AmybknightWed May 07 12:55:11 Z 2014forum1345post9925proj1099 Atopc6707
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda May 12, 1900 UTChere is the updated agenda and the link to the proposal document drafted by Jim https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.projects.adverse_reaction_allergy.working?_message=1399909304511 and a reminder for our call later today thankyou BeverlybknightMon May 12 15:43:25 Z 2014forum1345post9942proj1099post9925Atopc6707
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda May 12, 1900 UTCthe notes from the meeting can be found here https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014.2014_05?_message=1400548721605 the latest version of the draft proposal is attached herebknightTue May 20 01:20:38 Z 2014forum1345post10098proj1099post9925Atopc6707

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Call for Contribution – ICBO Workshop on Ontology-based Biomedical Data Capture (collabnet topic id: topc4266)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Call for Contribution – ICBO Workshop on Ontology-based Biomedical Data CaptureDear Implementation SIG members, SNOMED CT being the primary compositional clinical terminology, I invite you to share your ideas, implementations, and experiences in this workshop. Best regards, Ronald http://kr-med.org/icbofois2012/datacapture/ (see also: http://kr-med.org/icbofois2012/) When: July 21, 2012, prior to ICBO 2012 & FOIS 2012 Where: Graz, Austria Submission deadline: April 15, 2012 In a clinical setting where healthcare professionals are under continuous time pressure, use of ontologies for data capture is still hampered by implementations that do not maximally support the user. Common agreement on the need for detailed and structured recording of information exists. Graphical user interfaces that apply e.g., pick lists, phrase matching, or natural language processing exist in experimental and practical settings, but evidence for best practice is lacking. We invite people to this workshop to share their thoughts, experiences, and knowledge regarding ontology-based data capture. Topics: - General theory on user interfaces for ontology-based data capture - Thoughts on ontology-based data capture regarding the users, the setting and the ontology - Description of small- or large-scale implementations of ontology-based data capture - Formative and summative evaluation of implementation For more information, see the Call for Contribution at http://kr-med.org/icbofois2012/datacapture/ Alternatively, feel free to contact me directly at r.cornet@amc.uva.nlrcornetTue Feb 14 07:30:00 Z 2012forum1345post6193proj1099 Atopc4266

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Tuesday Feb 24 2100-2230 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7399)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Tuesday Feb 24 2100-2230 UTCIHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting Tuesday, Feb 24 2100-2230 UTC; Agenda 1. Welcome and introductions 2. Webinar: European Patient Summary Guideline and Continuity of Care Document: A Comparison 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Review of Allergy Implementation Guide Status and Action Items 4a. Discuss current location, contributors and timeline for March 10th meeting 4b. Update on member forum request 5. Any other business Go To Meeting ID: 891 582 181 https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightThu Feb 19 20:19:18 Z 2015forum1345post10998proj1099 Atopc7399

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Reminder - Implementation SIG webinar, Nov 25, 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7302)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Reminder - Implementation SIG webinar, Nov 25, 2100 UTCHi the topic will be: Representing and Retrieving Patients' Falls Risk Factors and Risk for Falls Among Adults in Acute Care Through the Electronic Health Record Go To Meeting ID: 891 582 181 https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 please follow this link to the abstract and more details thankyou BeverlybknightFri Nov 21 18:59:59 Z 2014forum1345post10810proj1099 Atopc7302

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy Discussion Oct 27th in the Event Condition, Episode joint meeting (collabnet topic id: topc7261)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy Discussion Oct 27th in the Event Condition, Episode joint meetingHello for those who have been participating and interested in the allergy topic there will be a joint meeting with the 3 groups (Mapping, Implementation with Event Condition, Episode hosting) here is the link to the agenda https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc11164?nav=1 thankyou BeverlybknightWed Oct 22 17:23:00 Z 2014forum1345post10731proj1099 Atopc7261
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy Discussion Oct 27th in the Event Condition, Episode joint meetinghi guys in case the link does not work for you I have copied the applicable agenda for the allergy discussion for your easy access Event, Condition and Episode Model Project Group - Meeting Agenda Version 0.1 Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) and NH Tropen Hotel Amsterdam, Netherlands ECE project group GoToMeeting: Meeting ID: 175-028-173 https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/175028173 Date: Monday 27th October 2014 and Tuesday 28th October 2014 Session 1: (15:30-17:00) Monday 27th October 2014 Joint session with Mapping and Implementation SIGs Room: Indonesia (NH Tropen Hotel) Topics to be agreed but may include: Allergy implementation guide: 1. Review of outline implementation guide proposal 2. A recap of the 'interim' allergy (SDP) model applied to the current data, as well as a description of the aspirational model - value: explain to all parties how each of the allergy-related classes is represented (and inter-related). [Bruce Goldberg] 3. A recap of the HL7 patient care designs for allergy representation. Value: explanation to all parties as to how SNOMED CT content will fit into one of the candidate information model designs. [Rob Hausam] 4. Agreement on next steps in development of implementation guide. BeverlybknightWed Oct 22 23:21:34 Z 2014forum1345post10732proj1099post10731Atopc7261
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy Discussion Oct 27th in the Event Condition, Episode joint meetingplease note the go to meeting was changed for the allergy meeting to this GoToMeeting: Meeting ID: 662-651-965 https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/662651965bknightThu Oct 23 16:21:47 Z 2014forum1345post10735proj1099post10732Atopc7261

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 21--08--2012 (collabnet topic id: topc4926)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Cancellation of Implementation SIG Call on 21/08/2012Dear all, The Implementation SIG call on the 21st of August is cancelled. Beverly and I are working on getting work items organised, so the SIG can start having regular working calls soon. We'll keep you posted. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Aug 20 18:52:51 Z 2012forum1345post7178proj1099 Atopc4926

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda April 28, 1900 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6680)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda April 28, 1900 UTCHello Map SIG is chairing the next meeting which will be held Monday 28 April 2014 at 19:00 UTC. Proposed Agenda • Welcome • Review of minutes from last call • Action item follow up o Kin Wah to follow up with Bruce on pseudoallergy o Discuss comments received since the last call o Update on informal discussions • Discussion and next steps Please join the meeting, Monday, 28 April 2014 at 19:00 UTC. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/979652709. thx BeverlybknightWed Apr 23 20:44:46 Z 2014forum1345post9889proj1099 Atopc6680
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting agenda April 28, 1900 UTCI just received this update from Jim with the latest agenda for today's call Thankyou BeverlybknightMon Apr 28 12:31:10 Z 2014forum1345post9900proj1099post9889Atopc6680
IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Allergy Meeting notes April 28the meeting notes from this call can be found here https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014.2014_04?_message=1398895042938 please note the next joint allergy meeting will be held May 12th, 2014 at 1900 UTC (map sig hosting)bknightWed Apr 30 21:59:17 Z 2014forum1345post9911proj1099post9889Atopc6680

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 9th October 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5107)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 9th October 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on the 9th of October 2012. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Update from Education SIG on joint session at Stockholm 3. Agenda for the upcoming face to face meeting in October 4. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSun Oct 07 19:14:55 Z 2012forum1345post7436proj1099 Atopc5107

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Considerations for querying--analysis of pre & post-coordinated data coded using SNOMED CT; 12th November 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6245)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Considerations for querying/analysis of pre & post-coordinated data coded using SNOMED CT; 12th November 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar on the 12th of November 2013. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@ biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Considerations for querying/analysis of pre & post-coordinated data coded using SNOMED CT Additions Date: Tuesday November 12th 2013 Time: 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Presenter: Jay Kola, UK/Sweden Abstract: With the increasing adoption of SNOMED CT, there is a growing need to analyse EHR data coded using SNOMED CT. The use of post-coordination expressions is recommended as an approach to address issues like combinatorial explosion and to enable recording of richer (more expressive) clinical information. However, the use of post-coordinated expression presents both different challenges and opportunities for system developers and informaticians. This webinar presents an overview of the various considerations (and options) for clinical data that is represented using pre or post-coordinated expressions (or both). It covers questions like: -- It is possible to query post-coordinated expressions in an effective and accurate way? -- What are the architectural/technical options for storing and querying post-coordinated expressions? -- If a system only ever uses pre-coordinated data (as concept ids), can post-coordination & normal forms be safely ignored? The webinar will include a demo of software (http://code.google.com/p/snofyre/) that uses some of these approaches to query a clinically plausible, synthetic data set of patient records that contain pre and post-coordinated expressions. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/388868181 Goto Meeting ID: 388-868-181 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaThu Nov 07 09:06:42 Z 2013forum1345post9194proj1099 Atopc6245
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Considerations for querying/analysis of pre & post-coordinated data coded using SNOMED CT; 12th November 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc9347 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc9348 Please post all questions & discussions related to the presentation on the General Discussions Forum. You can do so by emailing: isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Please do not post them as responses to this thread. Please turn on 'monitoring' for that forum if you have not already, since all future SIG discussions will be carried out there. Instructions for enabling monitoring can be found at: http://goo.gl/xy7HGK Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Nov 13 19:29:46 Z 2013forum1345post9207proj1099post9194Atopc6245

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme - Request of Indications of Interest (collabnet topic id: topc4188)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme - Request of Indications of InterestIHTSDO CoP: SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme Are you interested in enhancing your SNOMED CT implementation knowledge and skills by contributing to IHTSDO work to improve the quality and availability of SNOMED CT Implementation documentation? If so please read the attached document to learn about the proposed SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme. If this scheme interests you please contact dma(at)ihtsdo.org to learn more details and register your interest. https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_and_innovation_co/docman.root.public /doc5111/1 Note: the scheme as currently described is provisional. More information should be available in mid January.dmarkwellThu Dec 22 18:18:12 Z 2011forum1345post6035proj1099 Atopc4188
IHTSDO ImpSIG: Call for Application for the SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor SchemeThe call for Application for the SNOMED CT Implementation Advisor Scheme 2012 has now been posted and can be accessed from the following links. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_and_innovation_co/docman.root.public/doc5168 APPLICATION FORM: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_and_innovation_co/docman.root.public/doc5169 NOTE: Closing Date 23:00 UTC on 2012-01-29dmarkwellThu Jan 12 22:41:00 Z 2012forum1345post6073proj1099post6035Atopc4188

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG May 13 Meeting Notes (collabnet topic id: topc6781)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG May 13 Meeting NotesNotes and discussion around WebexasheideFri May 23 17:16:58 Z 2014forum1345post10110proj1099 Atopc6781

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 20th November 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5212)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 20th November 2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on the 20th of November 2012. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Review of Stockholm meeting minutes – check on action items 3. Webinars — Timings & Recordings 4. Review of Terms of Reference – Follow up 5. Getting started on FAQs and How-To Guides 6. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #1, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaThu Nov 15 21:25:54 Z 2012forum1345post7591proj1099 Atopc5212

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Proposal to change Implementation SIG meeting Schedule (collabnet topic id: topc5703)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Proposal to change Implementation SIG meeting ScheduleHi guys At our last Implementation SIG meeting we discussed the difficulty with getting presenters to attend in the current time slots because of other IHTSDO work group meetings. Participants on the call agreed to the proposal to move the meetings to every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 2100utc. For those who were not at the meeting and would like to express their concern with this change to meeting schedule, please let Jay or I know ASAP. Unless there is a significant number of people objecting to this proposal, the change will occur immediately. This means the next meeting will be March 12th 2100UTC thankyou Beverly & JaybknightThu Feb 28 15:01:22 Z 2013forum1345post8235proj1099 Atopc5703
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Proposal to change Implementation SIG meeting ScheduleBeverly, Thank you so much for including me. This is my FIRST email that I have received from someone that is actively involved in a Work Group Meeting that I want to be active with. Hope you keep me in your distribution list. Respectfully, Rex Reagan From: "Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA)" <bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca> To: isignoti-implementation_sig <isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net>, Date: 02/28/2013 10:08 AM Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Proposal to change Implementation SIG meeting Schedule Hi guys At our last Implementation SIG meeting we discussed the difficulty with getting presenters to attend in the current time slots because of other IHTSDO work group meetings. Participants on the call agreed to the proposal to move the meetings to every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 2100utc. For those who were not at the meeting and would like to express their concern with this change to meeting schedule, please let Jay or I know ASAP. Unless there is a significant number of people objecting to this proposal, the change will occur immediately. This means the next meeting will be March 12th 2100UTC thankyou Beverly & Jay _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8235rreaganThu Feb 28 15:33:03 Z 2013forum1345post8238proj1099post8235Atopc5703

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Update on the HL7 TermInfo project; 10th December 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6296)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Update on the HL7 TermInfo project; 10th December 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar on the 10th of December 2013. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. As usual, this webinar will be recorded and the slides and recording will be posted on the Implementation SIG space. A list of upcoming presentations topics is available at: http://goo.gl/UD7tk If you are interested in presenting a topic, or suggesting a topic, please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@ biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You can also enter your suggestions directly on the tracker of upcoming presentation topics. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Update on the HL7 TermInfo project Date: Tuesday December 10th 2013 Time: 21:00 - 22:30 UTC Presenter: Rob Hausam, US Abstract: Will be posted soon. Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181 Goto Meeting ID: 891-582-181 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaThu Dec 05 08:16:08 Z 2013forum1345post9284proj1099 Atopc6296
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Update on the HL7 TermInfo project; 10th December 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCplease find the slides Rob used in this webinar. It appears that I was unable to save the recording. My appologies BeverlybknightThu Dec 26 17:01:20 Z 2013forum1345post9383proj1099post9284Atopc6296
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Update on the HL7 TermInfo project; 10th December 2013 @ 21:00 UTC - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Apologies, it appears that there was an issue downloading the slides mentioned in the previous posting about the TermInfo webinar slides. Thanks to Jane Millar for spotting this. The slides are now available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc9570 They are also attached to this post for your convenience. Best Wishes for the New Year! Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Dec 27 09:58:40 Z 2013forum1345post9384proj1099post9383Atopc6296

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Nominations for Vice-Chair IHTSDO Implementation SIG (collabnet topic id: topc6418)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Nominations for Vice-Chair IHTSDO Implementation SIGNominations are invited at this time for the post of vice-chair of the IHTSDO Implementation Special Interest Group (SIG). For information, the Terms of Reference of the Implementation SIG are available at http://www.ihtsdo.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Docs_01/About_IHTSDO/Governance_and_Advisory/Working_Groups/Special_Interest_Groups/IHTSDO_Implementation_SIG_ToR_November_2013.docx The post of Vice-Chair of the Implementation SIG is for two years, after which the Vice-Chair will become Chair of the SIG for a further two year period. Thus the overall term of office is four years. However, the initial period as Vice-Chair may be shortened if the term of office of the current Chair ends during that period. Such an approach is to ensure succession planning. While serving in this role, the elected Vice-Chair is expected to attend Implementation SIG meetings and assist the Chair in all aspects of the SIGs work, in liaison with the IHTSDO. Work will be undertaken through regular phone conferences and the IHTSDO Business Meeting in October each year, if a face to face meeting is required. The Vice-Chair should also be willing to assume the responsibilities of the Chair when the Chair is unavailable. Nominations, using the form attached, should be sent to Fleur McBriar at fmc@ihtsdo.org by Friday, 21st February 2014 23:00 UTC. If there are a number of candidates, a process of election will take place and decisions signed off by the Implementation and Education Committee. The successful candidate is expected to start immediately. The IHTSDO Conflict of Interest Policy (referred to in the nomination form) can be viewed at: http://www.ihtsdo.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Docs_01/About_IHTSDO/Publications/Policies/IHTSDO_Conflict_of_Interest_and_Code_of_Ethics_Policy_version_1_00_20120522.pdffgilbertThu Jan 30 15:26:13 Z 2014forum1345post9501proj1099 Atopc6418

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form (collabnet topic id: topc4091)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormPlease find attached the nominations for Vice Chair of the SIG. You should receive an email Voting form but if you do not receive this please DO NOT reply to this Collabnet posting instead you can cast your vote as follows: 1. Create a new email containing the following information 2. Mailto:yda@ihtsdo.org 3. Subject: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form 4. First line of message body: Name of your preferred candidate 5. To allow you vote to be verified, include your Collabnet user name or registered email address on a separate line below the candidate name so your vote can be verified. 6. Send your email -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Candidates -------------- The people nominated for the role of Implementation SIG Vice Chair are as follows: - Beverly Knight (Infoway – Canada) - Tom Seabury (NHS - UK) Notes ------- - The ballot will close at 23:00 UTC on Thursday 1st December. - The candidates’ nomination forms are attached to provide you with background information to help you make your choice. - Each Collabnet user with an preregistered interest in the SIG may vote once. - The votes will be counted by a nominated member of the IHTSDO office staff and individual votes will not be made public. - The result of the ballot will be passed to the Implementation and Innovation Committee who will then be invited to recommend that the Management Board endorses the outcome. - The person appointed will serve as Vice-Chair of the SIG for 2 years and then a further 2 years as Chair of the SIG.dmarkwellThu Nov 24 20:51:41 Z 2011forum1345post5893proj1099 Atopc4091
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormThe ballot is now closed. The votes cast will be verified and counted by the IHTSDO office. The formal process requires that SIG Chairs are appointed by the Management Board based on the recommendation of the I&I Committee. Therefore, the outcome of the ballot will be reported first to the I&I Committee who will be asked to endorse the result forward the recommendation to the MB.dmarkwellFri Dec 02 08:41:59 Z 2011forum1345post5936proj1099post5893Atopc4091
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormThe result if the ballot was that Beverly Knight received the most votes. Subject to Management Board confirmation, Beverly will become the new Vice Chair of the SIG. Due to the timing of Management Board meetings the confirmation cannot occur before January 10th (the result of the vote was after the MB agenda deadline for next week). However, I suggest that Jay liaises with Ronald and Beverly to agree a provisional hand-over at a time that suits them both. Congratulations to Beverly and many thanks both to her and to Tom Seabury for their willingness to be nominated for this role. I look forward the continued contribution of the SIG as a focus for demonstrations of successful implementations and practical discussions of way to resolve issues experienced by implementers.dmarkwellFri Dec 02 13:42:03 Z 2011forum1345post5938proj1099post5936Atopc4091
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormI would like to be the first to congratulate Beverly on the election outcome for Vice Chair which she won by the respectable margin (26:14), I believe this reflects well on all parties and shows a keen interest in the work of the SIG I, for one, am looking forward to the continued work of the group in the next period with Jay and Beverly in position but also with the legacy of Ronald Cornet to build on, thanks Ronald too. regards Tom Seabury -----Original Message----- From: David Markwell (CIIO - IHTSDO) [mailto:dma@ihtsdo.org] Sent: 02 December 2011 13:42 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form The result if the ballot was that Beverly Knight received the most votes. Subject to Management Board confirmation, Beverly will become the new Vice Chair of the SIG. Due to the timing of Management Board meetings the confirmation cannot occur before January 10th (the result of the vote was after the MB agenda deadline for next week). However, I suggest that Jay liaises with Ronald and Beverly to agree a provisional hand-over at a time that suits them both. Congratulations to Beverly and many thanks both to her and to Tom Seabury for their willingness to be nominated for this role. I look forward the continued contribution of the SIG as a focus for demonstrations of successful implementations and practical discussions of way to resolve issues experienced by implementers. _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5938 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ********************************************************************************************************************tseaburyMon Dec 05 09:42:54 Z 2011forum1345post5955proj1099post5938Atopc4091
RE: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormA good email Tom. You've already done a considerable stint of "above and beyond" and I know you'll continue to be a major contributor in all our work around implementation. All the best Sally Sally Greenway Head of Information Standards/Pennaeth Safonau Gwybodaeth Informatics Division/Gwasanaethau Gwybodaeth Department for Health, Social Services and Children Yr Adran Iechyd, Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol a Phlant Welsh Government/Llywodraeth Cymru Mobile: 07802 295075 -----Original Message----- From: Tom Seabury (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:tom.seabury@nhs.net] Sent: 05 December 2011 09:56 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form I would like to be the first to congratulate Beverly on the election outcome for Vice Chair which she won by the respectable margin (26:14), I believe this reflects well on all parties and shows a keen interest in the work of the SIG I, for one, am looking forward to the continued work of the group in the next period with Jay and Beverly in position but also with the legacy of Ronald Cornet to build on, thanks Ronald too. regards Tom Seabury -----Original Message----- From: David Markwell (CIIO - IHTSDO) [mailto:dma@ihtsdo.org] Sent: 02 December 2011 13:42 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form The result if the ballot was that Beverly Knight received the most votes. Subject to Management Board confirmation, Beverly will become the new Vice Chair of the SIG. Due to the timing of Management Board meetings the confirmation cannot occur before January 10th (the result of the vote was after the MB agenda deadline for next week). However, I suggest that Jay liaises with Ronald and Beverly to agree a provisional hand-over at a time that suits them both. Congratulations to Beverly and many thanks both to her and to Tom Seabury for their willingness to be nominated for this role. I look forward the continued contribution of the SIG as a focus for demonstrations of successful implementations and practical discussions of way to resolve issues experienced by implementers. _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5938 ************************************************************************ ******************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ************************************************************************ ******************************************** _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5955sgreenwayMon Dec 05 10:24:09 Z 2011forum1345post5957proj1099post5955Atopc4091
RE: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot FormSally Thank you, its good to lose to a very good candidate Tom -----Original Message----- From: Sally Greenway (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:sally.greenway@wales.gsi.gov.uk] Sent: 05 December 2011 12:11 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: RE: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form A good email Tom. You've already done a considerable stint of "above and beyond" and I know you'll continue to be a major contributor in all our work around implementation. All the best Sally Sally Greenway Head of Information Standards/Pennaeth Safonau Gwybodaeth Informatics Division/Gwasanaethau Gwybodaeth Department for Health, Social Services and Children Yr Adran Iechyd, Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol a Phlant Welsh Government/Llywodraeth Cymru Mobile: 07802 295075 -----Original Message----- From: Tom Seabury (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:tom.seabury@nhs.net] Sent: 05 December 2011 09:56 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form I would like to be the first to congratulate Beverly on the election outcome for Vice Chair which she won by the respectable margin (26:14), I believe this reflects well on all parties and shows a keen interest in the work of the SIG I, for one, am looking forward to the continued work of the group in the next period with Jay and Beverly in position but also with the legacy of Ronald Cornet to build on, thanks Ronald too. regards Tom Seabury -----Original Message----- From: David Markwell (CIIO - IHTSDO) [mailto:dma@ihtsdo.org] Sent: 02 December 2011 13:42 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG - Vice Chair - Ballot Form The result if the ballot was that Beverly Knight received the most votes. Subject to Management Board confirmation, Beverly will become the new Vice Chair of the SIG. Due to the timing of Management Board meetings the confirmation cannot occur before January 10th (the result of the vote was after the MB agenda deadline for next week). However, I suggest that Jay liaises with Ronald and Beverly to agree a provisional hand-over at a time that suits them both. Congratulations to Beverly and many thanks both to her and to Tom Seabury for their willingness to be nominated for this role. I look forward the continued contribution of the SIG as a focus for demonstrations of successful implementations and practical discussions of way to resolve issues experienced by implementers. _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5938 ************************************************************************ ******************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ************************************************************************ ******************************************** _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5955 _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5957 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ********************************************************************************************************************tseaburyMon Dec 05 12:57:47 Z 2011forum1345post5958proj1099post5957Atopc4091

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Jan 27th 2015 Implementation SIG webinar and meeting; 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7362)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Jan 27th 2015 Implementation SIG webinar and meeting; 2100 UTCHello the agenda for this meeting is as follows 1. Introduction and Announcements 2. Webinar Title: SNOMED mapping for Pan-Canadian Surgery Templates webinar (attached please find the presenter bio and abstract) 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Allergy and Intolerance Implementation Guide Discussion 5. Closing remarks the go to meeting is 891 582 181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightWed Jan 21 15:41:39 Z 2015forum1345post10919proj1099 Atopc7362

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Management of SNOMED CT National Extensions - Canadian Experience; January 8th 2013 @ 21:30 - 23:00 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5372)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Management of SNOMED CT National Extensions - Canadian Experience; January 8th 2013 @ 21:30 - 23:00 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Please note that the webinar starts at 21:30 UTC! Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: Management of SNOMED CT National Extensions - Canadian Experience Date: Tuesday January 8th 2013 Time: 21:30 - 23:00 UTC Presenter: Linda Parisien, Canada Infoway Abstract: The talk will cover, the following topics and also touch on the discussions from the Stockholm face to face meeting: • Overview of Canadian extensions • Challenges related to English CA extension development • Process to publish the 1st version of the English Canadian extension • Lessons learned from Request for Change process Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/762305849 Goto Meeting ID: 762-305-849 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaMon Jan 07 09:57:35 Z 2013forum1345post7835proj1099 Atopc5372
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Management of SNOMED CT National Extensions - Canadian Experience; January 8th 2013 @ 21:30 - 23:00 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of the webinar on - Managing Canadian Extension - challenges and lessons learned, are available at: Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc7141 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc7142 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jan 14 22:18:07 Z 2013forum1345post7863proj1099post7835Atopc5372

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring; April 23rd 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5845)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring; April 23rd 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Please note that this is the first of our calls in Summer Time (13:00 - 14:30 UTC). Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Date: Tuesday April 23rd 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Georg Brox, UK Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/482986337 Goto Meeting ID: 482-986-337 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaFri Apr 19 13:27:03 Z 2013forum1345post8461proj1099 Atopc5845
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring; April 23rd 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHi I have a meeting that was schedule many months ago so might be able to attend for the first 30 min but that is it sorry -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com] Sent: April-19-13 9:27 AM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring; April 23rd 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Dear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. Please note that this is the first of our calls in Summer Time (13:00 - 14:30 UTC). Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring Date: Tuesday April 23rd 2013 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Georg Brox, UK Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/482986337 Goto Meeting ID: 482-986-337 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUi _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8461bknightFri Apr 19 20:38:36 Z 2013forum1345post8465proj1099post8461Atopc5845
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar - An introduction to SNOMED CT in Telehealth and Remote Monitoring; April 23rd 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides and recording of this webinar are now available at the following links. Slides: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc8204 Recording: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations.recordings/doc8243 Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu May 09 10:15:12 Z 2013forum1345post8529proj1099post8461Atopc5845

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting - April 5th, 19:00-20:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc2945)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting - April 5th, 19:00-20:30 UTC1. Please join my meeting. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/859109048 2. Join the conference call (numbers below): Line#3, passcode 54362# Meeting ID: 859-109-048 Agenda items: * Discuss 6 months activity report * Discuss potential of RF2 workshop @ Sydney meeting * I&I committee updates * Update on Implementers' Curriculum Documents are posted here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_04_apr AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601rcornetMon Apr 04 20:34:58 Z 2011forum1345post4054proj1099 Atopc2945

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 26th March 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5779)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 26th March 2013 @ 21:00 - 22:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on the 26th of March 2013. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Review of Lexical Resources document (https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc7924) 3. Review of RF2 Value Proposition document (https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc7925) 4. Tracker for Webinars 5. Timing of calls 6. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #1, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaThu Mar 21 19:06:20 Z 2013forum1345post8357proj1099 Atopc5779

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use cases related to use case specific simple distribution formats (collabnet topic id: topc6174)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use cases related to use case specific simple distribution formatsAttached here are the starter sets of seven use cases (Zipped into one file) in early draft format for consideration by those on the SIG This is in support of the SIG meeting 7th October 2013tseaburyMon Oct 07 18:42:58 Z 2013forum1345post9057proj1099 Atopc6174

IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper--intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping--migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 (collabnet topic id: topc6090)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013In some implementations in the UK they may have been used as high level descriptions as secondary references to a diagnosis e.g. myocardial infarction rather than anterior myocardial infarction, unless actually recording the diagnosis as current, e.g. in a history field. Or a high level procedure when planning the procedure, whereas a more specified concept would be used to record it when actually undertaken. This is not just for classification or analysis. Regards Zac Whitewood-Moores Clinical Data Standards Specialist Information Standards Delivery Health & Social Care Information Centre Tel: 0113 397 3353 Mobile: 07767 380673 Email: zac.whitewood-moores@hscic.gov.uk Web: http://www.hscic.gov.uk and http://www.infostandards.org/careplanning Information Standards Service Desk call 0845 130 0114 or email information.standards@hscic.gov.uk For general enquiries please call 0845 300 6016 or email enquiries@hscic.gov.uk -----Original Message----- From: Case, James (NIH/NLM) [E] [mailto:james.case@mail.nih.gov] Sent: 27 August 2013 19:15 To: isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Subject: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 So they just want these grouper terms to map to their legacy data? If that is the level of granularity in their legacy data, it would seem to me that there would have been pretty severe patient safety issues with that level of vagueness. In general, for the US extension, we do not add content that does not have direct clinical applicability. I can't see on the surface how those general terms you list wouldbe clinically applicable. Jim James T. Case MS, DVM, PhD, FHL7, FACMI Health Program Specialist - SNOMED CT National Library of Medicine/National institutes of Health Phone: 301-412-9287 james.case@mail.nih.gov Skype: drjtcase ________________________________________ From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Sent: Friday, August 23, 2013 1:29 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 HI I wanted to start a discussion thread about some challenges we are experiencing with implementers in Canada. we have received requests for high level addtions to SNOMED CT. We recognize that the implementer would be much better served in their solution to use a more granualar concept but the continues to push back because they want to keep linking to their legacy data. An example request would be "Ultrasonography of limbs". No additional specfying of upper or lower - simply "limb". it should be noted, we are precoordinating concepts for laterality etc. therefore post-coordination is off the table and not in scope for this discussion. I thought getting other perspectives and potentially fresh thoughts on how to solve this would be helpful. thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8858 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8873 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere ********************************************************************************************************************zwhitewoodWed Aug 28 14:55:43 Z 2013forum1345post8880proj1099 Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013If there is a body of legacy patient-level data already recorded only at this particular level of granularity, then I would view it as prima facie evidence both that there is an already established use case for recording only at this level of granularity, and also that it has been (and probably still is) empirically clinically safe in that context to do so. I could imagine, for example that, although this level of detail is obviously insufficient to serve as the actual request for investigation, it might suffice in a primary care setting to record post hoc what investigations are being requested, and support analysis of by whom and for what underlying pathologies. The medicolegal record of which limb could stand elsewhere within the primary care setting, not necessarily in machine processable form. Whether or not this data is actually sufficient or safe even in its current use setting, I'd also argue that its always reasonable to require a semantically equivalent data migration target to also exist within SNOMED for every frequently used expression that is empirically encountered with any degree of frequency in the historical record, provided the original expression is unambiguous (ie there is no uncertainty with regard to what its more specific descendent concepts might be, even if it lacks clinical precision). This requirement remains true even if routine clinical noting is subsequently persuaded to shift to a different, safer and/or more widely useful level of granularity. Without a semantically matching target for the legacy data then, when the supplier moves to SNOMED as the primary data capture terminology – or when the record moves between healthcare enterprises - this legacy data necessarily disappears from the new SNOMED-native reporting environment: you can't medicoloegally map it to anything more precise than was originally clinically stated, and mapping it to something even less precise seems equally undesirable. Preserving the machine readability of even ‘unambiguously imprecise‘ clinical data is better than the only other alternative, which would be to degrade it all to non-machine processable text only. Within the UK, the professional body representatives get very exercised about faithful warts-and-all preservation of their historical record during any between-terminology migration, so its not only the suppliers you may find yourself fighting; indeed, they’re very probably channelling what the profession would demand, if it was asked. An additional issue to consider is that, even where more detailed codes exist, clinicians often deliberately choose to record very non-specific codes. This is perhaps especially true if the downstream advantages of finding something more clinically precise and appropriate are outweighed by the immediate costs of fighting the particular SNOMED Browser in order to do so, but I don’t think we can currently really claim to know and have evaluated all the drivers. By way of example, some of the more popular SNOMED codes currently being selected in one large London ED department to represent ‘reason for attendance’ include both the relatively imprecise and clinically unedifying: 312608009 | Laceration - injury (disorder) 282026002 | Soft tissue injury (disorder) 125603006 | Injury of ankle (disorder) 82271004 | Injury of head (disorder) 34014006 | Viral disease (disorder) 416462003 | Wound (disorder) 417746004 | Traumatic injury (disorder) 128477000 | Abscess (disorder) …as well as more precise diagnoses, such as: 110062004 | Simple laceration of auricle of ear (disorder) 263133002 | Sprain of lateral ligament of ankle joint (disorder) 417425009 | Hemoglobin SS disease with crisis (disorder) 44465007 | Sprain of ankle (disorder) 394659003 | Acute coronary syndrome (disorder) 310505005 | Diabetic hyperosmolar non-ketotic state (disorder) 441656006 | Hyperglycemic crisis in diabetes mellitus (disorder) 412787009 | Mental retardation, congenital heart disease, blepharophimosis, blepharoptosis and hypoplastic teeth (disorder) 210634006 | Traumatic amputation of fingertip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) 210620006 | Traumatic amputation thumb tip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. But if its actually legitimately or culturally needed right now but not present at all at the start, you may alienate your clinical users.jrogersWed Aug 28 19:48:30 Z 2013forum1345post8885proj1099post8880Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Jeremy said it quite well - and I agree. I think that's the use case that we need to be able to meet here. Rob On Wed, Aug 28, 2013 at 1:48 PM, Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) < jeremy.rogers@nhs.net> wrote: > > If there is a body of legacy patient-level data already recorded only at > this particular level of granularity, then I would view it as prima facie > evidence both that there is an already established use case for recording > only at this level of granularity, and also that it has been (and probably > still is) empirically clinically safe in that context to do so. I could > imagine, for example that, although this level of detail is obviously > insufficient to serve as the actual request for investigation, it might > suffice in a primary care setting to record post hoc what investigations > are being requested, and support analysis of by whom and for what > underlying pathologies. The medicolegal record of which limb could stand > elsewhere within the primary care setting, not necessarily in machine > processable form. > > Whether or not this data is actually sufficient or safe even in its > current use setting, I'd also argue that its always reasonable to require a > semantically equivalent data migration target to also exist within SNOMED > for every frequently used expression that is empirically encountered with > any degree of frequency in the historical record, provided the original > expression is unambiguous (ie there is no uncertainty with regard to what > its more specific descendent concepts might be, even if it lacks clinical > precision). > > This requirement remains true even if routine clinical noting is > subsequently persuaded to shift to a different, safer and/or more widely > useful level of granularity. Without a semantically matching target for the > legacy data then, when the supplier moves to SNOMED as the primary data > capture terminology – or when the record moves between healthcare > enterprises - this legacy data necessarily disappears from the new > SNOMED-native reporting environment: you can't medicoloegally map it to > anything more precise than was originally clinically stated, and mapping it > to something even less precise seems equally undesirable. Preserving the > machine readability of even ‘unambiguously imprecise‘ clinical data is > better than the only other alternative, which would be to degrade it all to > non-machine processable text only. Within the UK, the professional body > representatives get very exercised about faithful warts-and-all > preservation of their historical record during any between-terminology > migration, so its not only the suppliers you may find yourself fighting; > indeed, they’re very probably channelling what the profession would demand, > if it was asked. > > An additional issue to consider is that, even where more detailed codes > exist, clinicians often deliberately choose to record very non-specific > codes. This is perhaps especially true if the downstream advantages of > finding something more clinically precise and appropriate are outweighed by > the immediate costs of fighting the particular SNOMED Browser in order to > do so, but I don’t think we can currently really claim to know and have > evaluated all the drivers. > > By way of example, some of the more popular SNOMED codes currently being > selected in one large London ED department to represent ‘reason for > attendance’ include both the relatively imprecise and clinically unedifying: > > 312608009 | Laceration - injury (disorder) > 282026002 | Soft tissue injury (disorder) > 125603006 | Injury of ankle (disorder) > 82271004 | Injury of head (disorder) > 34014006 | Viral disease (disorder) > 416462003 | Wound (disorder) > 417746004 | Traumatic injury (disorder) > 128477000 | Abscess (disorder) > > …as well as more precise diagnoses, such as: > > 110062004 | Simple laceration of auricle of ear (disorder) > 263133002 | Sprain of lateral ligament of ankle joint (disorder) > 417425009 | Hemoglobin SS disease with crisis (disorder) > 44465007 | Sprain of ankle (disorder) > 394659003 | Acute coronary syndrome (disorder) > 310505005 | Diabetic hyperosmolar non-ketotic state (disorder) > 441656006 | Hyperglycemic crisis in diabetes mellitus (disorder) > 412787009 | Mental retardation, congenital heart disease, > blepharophimosis, blepharoptosis and hypoplastic teeth (disorder) > 210634006 | Traumatic amputation of fingertip, type 3 (partial loss of > terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving > lanula) (disorder) > 210620006 | Traumatic amputation thumb tip, type 3 (partial loss of > terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving > lanula) (disorder) > > We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be > largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested > hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict > clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we > better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing > so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. But if its > actually legitimately or culturally needed right now but not present at all > at the start, you may alienate your clinical users. > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8885 > -- Robert Hausam, M.D. Hausam Consulting +1 (801) 949-1556 rrhausam@gmail.comrhausamWed Aug 28 20:58:30 Z 2013forum1345post8886proj1099post8885Atopc6090
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Jeremy, I also find that more general disorder terms are of use in recording presenting complaints. Do you find it equally useful when using procedures? I notice all of your examples are disorder/finding concepts. Jim James T. Case DVM, PhD, FACMI Health Program Specialist, SNOMED CT National Library of Medicine/NIH James.case@mail.nih.gov Cell: 301-412-9287 NLM SNOMED Browser: https://uts.nlm.nih.gov/snomedctBrowser.html NLM SNOMED Request system: https://uscrs.nlm.nih.gov/main.xhtml -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:jeremy.rogers@nhs.net] Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 12:49 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 If there is a body of legacy patient-level data already recorded only at this particular level of granularity, then I would view it as prima facie evidence both that there is an already established use case for recording only at this level of granularity, and also that it has been (and probably still is) empirically clinically safe in that context to do so. I could imagine, for example that, although this level of detail is obviously insufficient to serve as the actual request for investigation, it might suffice in a primary care setting to record post hoc what investigations are being requested, and support analysis of by whom and for what underlying pathologies. The medicolegal record of which limb could stand elsewhere within the primary care setting, not necessarily in machine processable form. Whether or not this data is actually sufficient or safe even in its current use setting, I'd also argue that its always reasonable to require a semantically equivalent data migration target to also exist within SNOMED for every frequently used expression that is empirically encountered with any degree of frequency in the historical record, provided the original expression is unambiguous (ie there is no uncertainty with regard to what its more specific descendent concepts might be, even if it lacks clinical precision). This requirement remains true even if routine clinical noting is subsequently persuaded to shift to a different, safer and/or more widely useful level of granularity. Without a semantically matching target for the legacy data then, when the supplier moves to SNOMED as the primary data capture terminology – or when the record moves between healthcare enterprises - this legacy data necessarily disappears from the new SNOMED-native reporting environment: you can't medicoloegally map it to anything more precise than was originally clinically stated, and mapping it to something even less precise seems equally undesirable. Preserving the machine readability of even ‘unambiguously imprecise‘ clinical data is better than the only other alternative, which would be to degrade it all to non-machine processable text only. Within the UK, the professional body representatives get very exercised about faithful warts-and-all preservation of their historical record during any between-terminology migration, so its not only the suppliers you may find yourself fighting; indeed, they’re very probably channelling what the profession would demand, if it was asked. An additional issue to consider is that, even where more detailed codes exist, clinicians often deliberately choose to record very non-specific codes. This is perhaps especially true if the downstream advantages of finding something more clinically precise and appropriate are outweighed by the immediate costs of fighting the particular SNOMED Browser in order to do so, but I don’t think we can currently really claim to know and have evaluated all the drivers. By way of example, some of the more popular SNOMED codes currently being selected in one large London ED department to represent ‘reason for attendance’ include both the relatively imprecise and clinically unedifying: 312608009 | Laceration - injury (disorder) 282026002 | Soft tissue injury (disorder) 125603006 | Injury of ankle (disorder) 82271004 | Injury of head (disorder) 34014006 | Viral disease (disorder) 416462003 | Wound (disorder) 417746004 | Traumatic injury (disorder) 128477000 | Abscess (disorder) …as well as more precise diagnoses, such as: 110062004 | Simple laceration of auricle of ear (disorder) 263133002 | Sprain of lateral ligament of ankle joint (disorder) 417425009 | Hemoglobin SS disease with crisis (disorder) 44465007 | Sprain of ankle (disorder) 394659003 | Acute coronary syndrome (disorder) 310505005 | Diabetic hyperosmolar non-ketotic state (disorder) 441656006 | Hyperglycemic crisis in diabetes mellitus (disorder) 412787009 | Mental retardation, congenital heart disease, blepharophimosis, blepharoptosis and hypoplastic teeth (disorder) 210634006 | Traumatic amputation of fingertip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) 210620006 | Traumatic amputation thumb tip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. But if its actually legitimately or culturally needed right now but not present at all at the start, you may alienate your clinical users. _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8885 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netjcaseWed Aug 28 21:19:36 Z 2013forum1345post8887proj1099post8880Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Robert, if the terms are fully defined, then I agree there is little harm in them. If they are primitive then they can do great harm as they introduce a form of break/discontinuity in the inheritance hierarchy as they now become new necessary conditions for all their descendants. However, if they can be fully defined, then why can the legacy data not just be mapped to the appropriate post coordinated expression? Conversely, why not just add the required concepts (fully defined) to a local extension — why do they have to be pushed up to national/international level (in the first instance)? michaelmlawleyThu Aug 29 03:14:56 Z 2013forum1345post8888proj1099post8886Atopc6090
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013While I agree that providing a bridge for legacy data is an important use case, we have to be careful here. In the US, we have a lot of ICD-9-CM data, and the demand to convert them to SNOMED CT. A considerable proportion of the ICD-9-CM codes (around 60%) have exact matches in SNOMED CT, meaning that the legacy data can be automatically re-coded in SNOMED CT. The rest either have one-to-many maps or no maps. I believe some of the latter will fall into the high level grouper concept category. If we want to accommodate them we may be adding a lot of concepts that are not definable in our description logic, such as 'Bacterial pneumonia, not elsewhere classified'. More information about the mapping effort from ICD-9-CM to SNOMED CT can be found here: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/research/umls/mapping_projects/icd9cm_to_snomedct.html Adding more high level concepts will increase their chance of them being used for new data capture, so it makes sense to put them in an extension if the need in other settings/countries is not evident. But even now there are enough high level concepts in SNOMED CT, so how to maximize precision is still an open question like Jeremy said. Identifying commonly-used concepts as refsets may be one answer, but that is only a piece of a bigger puzzle. -- Kin Wah -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:jeremy.rogers@nhs.net] Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 3:49 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 If there is a body of legacy patient-level data already recorded only at this particular level of granularity, then I would view it as prima facie evidence both that there is an already established use case for recording only at this level of granularity, and also that it has been (and probably still is) empirically clinically safe in that context to do so. I could imagine, for example that, although this level of detail is obviously insufficient to serve as the actual request for investigation, it might suffice in a primary care setting to record post hoc what investigations are being requested, and support analysis of by whom and for what underlying pathologies. The medicolegal record of which limb could stand elsewhere within the primary care setting, not necessarily in machine processable form. Whether or not this data is actually sufficient or safe even in its current use setting, I'd also argue that its always reasonable to require a semantically equivalent data migration target to also exist within SNOMED for every frequently used expression that is empirically encountered with any degree of frequency in the historical record, provided the original expression is unambiguous (ie there is no uncertainty with regard to what its more specific descendent concepts might be, even if it lacks clinical precision). This requirement remains true even if routine clinical noting is subsequently persuaded to shift to a different, safer and/or more widely useful level of granularity. Without a semantically matching target for the legacy data then, when the supplier moves to SNOMED as the primary data capture terminology – or when the record moves between healthcare enterprises - this legacy data necessarily disappears from the new SNOMED-native reporting environment: you can't medicoloegally map it to anything more precise than was originally clinically stated, and mapping it to something even less precise seems equally undesirable. Preserving the machine readability of even ‘unambiguously imprecise‘ clinical data is better than the only other alternative, which would be to degrade it all to non-machine processable text only. Within the UK, the professional body representatives get very exercised about faithful warts-and-all preservation of their historical record during any between-terminology migration, so its not only the suppliers you may find yourself fighting; indeed, they’re very probably channelling what the profession would demand, if it was asked. An additional issue to consider is that, even where more detailed codes exist, clinicians often deliberately choose to record very non-specific codes. This is perhaps especially true if the downstream advantages of finding something more clinically precise and appropriate are outweighed by the immediate costs of fighting the particular SNOMED Browser in order to do so, but I don’t think we can currently really claim to know and have evaluated all the drivers. By way of example, some of the more popular SNOMED codes currently being selected in one large London ED department to represent ‘reason for attendance’ include both the relatively imprecise and clinically unedifying: 312608009 | Laceration - injury (disorder) 282026002 | Soft tissue injury (disorder) 125603006 | Injury of ankle (disorder) 82271004 | Injury of head (disorder) 34014006 | Viral disease (disorder) 416462003 | Wound (disorder) 417746004 | Traumatic injury (disorder) 128477000 | Abscess (disorder) …as well as more precise diagnoses, such as: 110062004 | Simple laceration of auricle of ear (disorder) 263133002 | Sprain of lateral ligament of ankle joint (disorder) 417425009 | Hemoglobin SS disease with crisis (disorder) 44465007 | Sprain of ankle (disorder) 394659003 | Acute coronary syndrome (disorder) 310505005 | Diabetic hyperosmolar non-ketotic state (disorder) 441656006 | Hyperglycemic crisis in diabetes mellitus (disorder) 412787009 | Mental retardation, congenital heart disease, blepharophimosis, blepharoptosis and hypoplastic teeth (disorder) 210634006 | Traumatic amputation of fingertip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) 210620006 | Traumatic amputation thumb tip, type 3 (partial loss of terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving lanula) (disorder) We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. But if its actually legitimately or culturally needed right now but not present at all at the start, you may alienate your clinical users. _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8885 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netkfungThu Aug 29 13:46:19 Z 2013forum1345post8891proj1099post8880Atopc6090
Re: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Apologies - yes, of course I agree with Kin Wah; classification list closure concepts like these (those with '(not) otherwise specified, (not) elsewhere classified, other'. etc in their terms) do not belong in SNOMED, regardless of how popular they may have been used elsewhere. A different mechanism is required to mediate between SNOMED and them, other than a pure 'mirroring'. I suppose I might just about get away with claiming that they were in fact covered by my exclusion of inherently ambiguous original content. The exact meaning of such classificaiton concepts is inherently changeable through time, being dependent on the particular set of concepts that happened to be also present as siblings, or elsewhere in the hierarchy, in the same release of the same terminology. Its this that makes them both inherently at least potentially ambiguous across releases of the classification whence they came, and also therefore inherently impossible to represent within SNOMED's logic. The particular subset of all bacterial pneumoniae that should, in SNOMED, be classified as more specific descendent subtypes of 'bactertial pneumonia, not elsewhere classified' isn't fixed.jrogersThu Aug 29 14:30:27 Z 2013forum1345post8892proj1099post8891Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013To Jeremy Rogers remarks on more and less precise codes, below, and specifically to this: We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. There may be many reasons why 'Injury of head' will need to be used for clinical purposes. A patient may e.g. remember some injury to his head having occurred during childhood. Most importantly, though: 'Injury of head' and similar terms are not vague or imprecise, any more than 'cat', or 'human' are vague or imprecise, they are just highly general. And such general terms are indispensablet o any coherently organized representation of a complex domain. Barry From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:jeremy.rogers@nhs.net] > Sent: Wednesday, August 28, 2013 3:49 PM > To: isignoti-implementation_sig > Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level > grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next > SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 > > An additional issue to consider is that, even where more detailed codes > exist, clinicians often deliberately choose to record very non-specific > codes. This is perhaps especially true if the downstream advantages of > finding something more clinically precise and appropriate are outweighed by > the immediate costs of fighting the particular SNOMED Browser in order to > do so, but I don’t think we can currently really claim to know and have > evaluated all the drivers. > > By way of example, some of the more popular SNOMED codes currently being > selected in one large London ED department to represent ‘reason for > attendance’ include both the relatively imprecise and clinically unedifying: > > 312608009 | Laceration - injury (disorder) > 282026002 | Soft tissue injury (disorder) > 125603006 | Injury of ankle (disorder) > 82271004 | Injury of head (disorder) > 34014006 | Viral disease (disorder) > 416462003 | Wound (disorder) > 417746004 | Traumatic injury (disorder) > 128477000 | Abscess (disorder) > > …as well as more precise diagnoses, such as: > > 110062004 | Simple laceration of auricle of ear (disorder) > 263133002 | Sprain of lateral ligament of ankle joint (disorder) > 417425009 | Hemoglobin SS disease with crisis (disorder) > 44465007 | Sprain of ankle (disorder) > 394659003 | Acute coronary syndrome (disorder) > 310505005 | Diabetic hyperosmolar non-ketotic state (disorder) > 441656006 | Hyperglycemic crisis in diabetes mellitus (disorder) > 412787009 | Mental retardation, congenital heart disease, > blepharophimosis, blepharoptosis and hypoplastic teeth (disorder) > 210634006 | Traumatic amputation of fingertip, type 3 (partial loss of > terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving > lanula) (disorder) > 210620006 | Traumatic amputation thumb tip, type 3 (partial loss of > terminal phalanx with corresponding loss of pulp and nail but not involving > lanula) (disorder) > > We might conjecture that this lack of precision in some recording may be > largely reserved for clinically trivial conditions, but that’s an untested > hypothesis. I wouldn’t personally rush toward seeking to restrict > clinicians to always and only recording with maximum precision until we > better understand the human factors and other trade offs involved in doing > so. We can incrementally deprecate vague content as we go along. But if its > actually legitimately or culturally needed right now but not present at all > at the start, you may alienate your clinical users. > > > > > _______________________________________________ > This is the Impl SIG notifications list > To unsubscribe, goto > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion > There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop > monitoring selected" > > > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8885 > To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail > isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8891 >bsmithThu Aug 29 14:45:00 Z 2013forum1345post8893proj1099post8885Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Michael, I think 'extensions' are conceived primarily as additional skirts of content that sit underneath a more abstract parent model. Broadly, this normally means that whilst a concept that only exists in an extension *is* permitted to assert a concept in the CORE as its direct parent (how else would the 'skirt' be joined to the parent?), extensions don't normally include the reverse assertion, ie saying that some concept from the CORE is actually the direct child of some other concept from within the extension. High level abstract concepts, therefore, by their nature don't really fit that mode. At a practical level, for example, if the CORE declares (X - isA - Y) but you need an abstract concept Z where, properly,(X isA Z) and (Z isA Y) then you have a problem: current NRC rules prohibit you from removing from the distributed data the assertion from within the CORE that (X - isA - Y), so you can only publish the other two isA relationships as well, rather than instead. This is not only inelegant, but might possibly also cause some problems (e.g. double counting in reports) if there is more than one asserted hierarchical route that may be traversed between X and Y. If, aditionally, you're in fact also prohibited from asserting (X isA Z), because X is in the CORE, then you can't properly integrate the new abstract concept into the combined hierarchy at all. This issue would become even more problematic if you were allowed to attach General Concept Inclusion axioms to Z, since this would necessarily also change the classification of all the CORE:Xs that should sit below it. Similarly if an extension was permitted to add a GCI directly to a CORE:X.jrogersThu Aug 29 14:48:13 Z 2013forum1345post8894proj1099post8888Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Indeed - good point Barry (though in the context of the ED setting I was reporting, its probably not that the additional clinically relevant detail concerning the head injury has been forgotten over time by the reporter but rather that it is being suppressed 'at source'). A related scenario now I come to think of it, was highlighted some years back by Angelo Rossi-Mori. He described how the same surgical procedure could perfectly reasonably be described from multiple different perspectives and granularities depending on who was talking about it (and why) and what stage it was at in its lifecycle. Thus, the entry on booking to the ward may give greater emphasis to the 'why' than to the 'what', whilst still actually being clinically somewhat imprecise about both: Arthroscopy for knee pain The theatre list will be more specific about the 'what' and 'where' but may lose the 'why' Rigid arthroscopy of left knee with washout ...but we can only expect the fullest detail of 'what' was done to be available postoperatively: Arthroscopic trimming of bucket handle tear of medical meniscus of left knee Of course, some of this difference in precision occurs because not all the information was available to each recorder; the early entries couldn't know exactly what the surgeon was going to do. Some would probably also argue that they're not, in fact, all referring to the same entity anyway but rather to different 'snapshots' of some other entity: the surgical episode as a whole care event.jrogersThu Aug 29 16:51:16 Z 2013forum1345post8895proj1099post8893Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Indeed. The problem that remains is then how to be sure that each entry at whatever level of granularity is indeed about the very same entity. That is what you need Referent Tracking for: thus not only unique IDs for the descriptions are required (such as SNOMED code) but also ID for the entity referred to. That will remain a problem as long as EHR information models do not have space to place theses codes, and a system that keeps track of them. Werner -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) Sent: Thursday, August 29, 2013 12:51 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 Indeed - good point Barry (though in the context of the ED setting I was reporting, its probably not that the additional clinically relevant detail concerning the head injury has been forgotten over time by the reporter but rather that it is being suppressed 'at source'). A related scenario now I come to think of it, was highlighted some years back by Angelo Rossi-Mori. He described how the same surgical procedure could perfectly reasonably be described from multiple different perspectives and granularities depending on who was talking about it (and why) and what stage it was at in its lifecycle. Thus, the entry on booking to the ward may give greater emphasis to the 'why' than to the 'what', whilst still actually being clinically somewhat imprecise about both: Arthroscopy for knee pain The theatre list will be more specific about the 'what' and 'where' but may lose the 'why' Rigid arthroscopy of left knee with washout ...but we can only expect the fullest detail of 'what' was done to be available postoperatively: Arthroscopic trimming of bucket handle tear of medical meniscus of left knee Of course, some of this difference in precision occurs because not all the information was available to each recorder; the early entries couldn't know exactly what the surgeon was going to do. Some would probably also argue that they're not, in fact, all referring to the same entity anyway but rather to different 'snapshots' of some other entity: the surgical episode as a whole care event. _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8895wceustersThu Aug 29 17:23:52 Z 2013forum1345post8896proj1099post8895Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Jeremy, yes I have previously identified the problem with the wording of the constraints on extensions and raised it with the TC and David Markwell. The goal of the constraint is to preserve semantic interoperability, and clearly adding non-leaf primitive concepts breaks this. But while adding non-leaf fully defined concepts does change the DNF representation it poses no threats to semantic interoperability (if it did, the post coordination would be a problem). Any such additional content still results in a "conservative extension". As you note, additional GCI clauses may also pose a problem, but GCIs are still out-of-scope for SNOMED CT content anyway. michaelmlawleyThu Aug 29 23:14:30 Z 2013forum1345post8900proj1099post8894Atopc6090
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Jeremy, I believe that the original question was about adding concepts to the Canadian extension or not and the same problem will basically occur if concepts are added to the Canadian extension or to a extension created by the implementers. Regards Mikael -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:jeremy.rogers@nhs.net] Sent: den 29 augusti 2013 16:48 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 Michael, I think 'extensions' are conceived primarily as additional skirts of content that sit underneath a more abstract parent model. Broadly, this normally means that whilst a concept that only exists in an extension *is* permitted to assert a concept in the CORE as its direct parent (how else would the 'skirt' be joined to the parent?), extensions don't normally include the reverse assertion, ie saying that some concept from the CORE is actually the direct child of some other concept from within the extension. High level abstract concepts, therefore, by their nature don't really fit that mode. At a practical level, for example, if the CORE declares (X - isA - Y) but you need an abstract concept Z where, properly,(X isA Z) and (Z isA Y) then you have a problem: current NRC rules prohibit you from removing from the distributed data the assertion from within the CORE that (X - isA - Y), so you can only publish the other two isA relationships as well, rather than instead. This is not only inelegant, but might possibly also cause some problems (e.g. double counting in reports) if there is more than one asserted hierarchical route that may be traversed between X and Y. If, aditionally, you're in fact also prohibited from asserting (X isA Z), because X is in the CORE, then you can't properly integrate the new abstract concept into the combined hierarchy at all. This issue would become even more problematic if you were allowed to attach General Concept Inclusion axioms to Z, since this would necessarily also change the classification of all the CORE:Xs that should sit below it. Similarly if an extension was permitted to add a GCI directly to a CORE:X. _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8894 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netmnystroemFri Aug 30 09:07:57 Z 2013forum1345post8902proj1099post8888Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013If you look at the Anatomy redesign alpha, you'll see that GCIs are prominently featured. So in our designs we are carefully beginning to incorporate GCIs where they provide capabilities that can't be had in other ways. This is driving from the requirements end, not shoe-horning requirements to fit available tools. Which is the right way around, I would think.kspackmanFri Aug 30 13:25:52 Z 2013forum1345post8905proj1099post8900Atopc6090
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Can I be unsubscribed from this group Thanks. V __________________________________ Victor Gallant Epidemiologist, HIV/AIDS and TB section/Section du VIH/SIDA et Tuberculose Surveillance and Epidemiology Division / Division de la surveillance et de l'Épidémiologie Centre for Communicable Diseases and Infection Control / Centre de la lutte contre les maladies transmissibles et les infections Public Health Agency of Canada / Agence de la santé publique du Canada Third Floor, LCDC Building, Rm 3393 100 Eglantine Driveway Phone: 613-954-5013 Fax: 613-946-3902 Victor.Gallant@phac-aspc.gc.ca From: Mikael Nyström <mikael.nystrom@liu.se> To: "isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net" <isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net> Date: 2013-08-30 09:45 AM Subject: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 Hi Jeremy, I believe that the original question was about adding concepts to the Canadian extension or not and the same problem will basically occur if concepts are added to the Canadian extension or to a extension created by the implementers. Regards Mikael -----Original Message----- From: Jeremy Rogers (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:jeremy.rogers@nhs.net] Sent: den 29 augusti 2013 16:48 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013 Michael, I think 'extensions' are conceived primarily as additional skirts of content that sit underneath a more abstract parent model. Broadly, this normally means that whilst a concept that only exists in an extension *is* permitted to assert a concept in the CORE as its direct parent (how else would the 'skirt' be joined to the parent?), extensions don't normally include the reverse assertion, ie saying that some concept from the CORE is actually the direct child of some other concept from within the extension. High level abstract concepts, therefore, by their nature don't really fit that mode. At a practical level, for example, if the CORE declares (X - isA - Y) but you need an abstract concept Z where, properly,(X isA Z) and (Z isA Y) then you have a problem: current NRC rules prohibit you from removing from the distributed data the assertion from within the CORE that (X - isA - Y), so you can only publish the other two isA relationships as well, rather than instead. This is not only inelegant, but might possibly also cause some problems (e.g. double counting in reports) if there is more than one asserted hierarchical route that may be traversed between X and Y. If, aditionally, you're in fact also prohibited from asserting (X isA Z), because X is in the CORE, then you can't properly integrate the new abstract concept into the combined hierarchy at all. This issue would become even more problematic if you were allowed to attach General Concept Inclusion axioms to Z, since this would necessarily also change the classification of all the CORE:Xs that should sit below it. Similarly if an extension was permitted to add a GCI directly to a CORE:X. _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8894 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8902vgallantFri Aug 30 13:50:00 Z 2013forum1345post8906proj1099post8894Atopc6090
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013Hi Kent, My comment re GCIs was not about tooling, but about what the current standard permits and supports. I think it would greatly enhance SNOMED CT to allow GCIs (and the Anatomy work is one clear example of how) - as you know, full GCI support has always been a core feature of Snorocket and our mapping tool, Snapper. However, with my TC hat on, I need to say that requirements should drive spec. (and, in the case of Extensions, licence) changes to allow appropriate modelling and exchange of content. To that end, I think it would be very useful to have a clarity around the principle of what is semantically acceptable in an extension, and whether the notion of a Conservative Extension (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_extension) appropriately captures it or not. As an example of why it may not, consider an extension wishing to correct an error of modelling. michaelmlawleySat Aug 31 00:15:46 Z 2013forum1345post8912proj1099post8905Atopc6090
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Use of high level grouper/intermediate concepts to facilitate mapping/migration topic at next SIG Meeting; 27th August 2013From what I've been able to follow from the this thread it's apparent there's two types of concepts being referred to as 'groupers'. (BTW, There's a couple of tracker items related to defining groupers) 'Abstract groupers' - There's those that don't serve any 'real' frontline clinical purpose - such as 118240005 | finding by method | (at the extreme). Though they're certainly useful for aggregating concepts in the terminology, and to do this it seems reasonable to expect these to be sufficiently defined (as I think Michael noted). From an SCT perspective these would likely like Query/Decision support triggers. Others noted that these may be used for secondary (billing/statistical) purposes... Is this a usecase SCT supports (fully)? But then there's ICD... Either way, I'm don't think they're harmful or wrong, and there seems to be a case for them.. Then there's the non/less specific concepts - but clinically legitimate concepts. Whether or not these are considered groupers, depends on your usecase/context - as per Jeremy's Arthroscopy examples. Beverly's original example could be argued either way. "Ultrasonography of limbs" - Maybe they DO want an ultrasound of all limbs? ;) Maybe they just want to plug the gap in specificity for whatever reason? Coincidently, I've recently begun to investigate how we might identify these 'abstract' groupers (for implementation exclusion). I found there's a related tracker item - https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/artf6179?nav=1&_pagenum=1&returnUrlKey=1378202241268 Matt Cordell Senior Terminology Analyst nehta - National E-Health Transition Authority e matthew.cordell@nehta.gov.au The information contained in this e-mail message and any accompanying files is or may be privileged or confidential. If you are not the intended recipient, any use, dissemination, reliance, forwarding, printing or copying of this e-mail or any attached files is unauthorised. This e-mail and any attachments may be subject to copyright. Copyright material should not be reproduced, adapted or communicated without the written consent of the copyright owner. If you have received this e-mail in error please advise the sender immediately by return e-mail or telephone and delete all copies. NEHTA does not make any representations or give any guarantees in respect of the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in this e-mail or attached files. Internet communications are not secure, therefore NEHTA does not accept any liability for the contents of this message or attached files.mcordellTue Sep 03 10:03:10 Z 2013forum1345post8924proj1099post8905Atopc6090

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda Sept 22, 1300-1430 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7631)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda Sept 22, 1300-1430 UTChere is a draft agenda for our next call September22, 1300-1430UTC 1. Webinar - 45 min Title: A Comparative Analysis of the Density of SNOMED CT Conceptual Content Description: In this session, Dr. Zhe He will talk about his research on identifying potential concepts from the UMLS Metathesaurus to enrich the conceptual content of SNOMED CT. The full article can be found online at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0933365715000251 2. Updates and discussion on the allergy/hypersensitivity guide -20 min 3. Agenda for Montevideo - 10 min the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181bknightWed Sep 16 13:14:01 Z 2015forum1345post11478proj1099 Atopc7631

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting Feb 25, 2100-2200 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6514)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting Feb 25, 2100-2200 UTCHello here is the draft agenda for our call. 1. Welcome 2. introduction to the role Tom Seabury will play with this SIG (Tom) 3. update to the IHTSDO workplan (Tom) 4. Allergy work update 5. Discuss future webinars and meetings. 6. AOB go to meeting id - 891-582-181 please use the audio with go to meeting Look forward to our call BeverlybknightFri Feb 21 22:12:23 Z 2014forum1345post9645proj1099 Atopc6514

IHTSDO ImpSIG: October IHTSDO face to face meeting planning for the Implementation SIG (collabnet topic id: topc7612)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: October IHTSDO face to face meeting planning for the Implementation SIGHI We have had confirmation that there will be a joint session with the Mapping SIG to discuss the Allergy/Hypersensitivity Guide. Jim has agreed to chair this session We had requested another half day slot to discuss the use of SNOMED CT for Immunization Interoperability. Since neither Amy or I will be able to attend the meetings we are looking for someone who might agree to chair the session on our behalf. if anyone wishes to step forward, please let Amy or myself know this week. if no one steps forward we will cancel this half day session. thankyou BeverlybknightTue Aug 25 15:20:56 Z 2015forum1345post11439proj1099 Atopc7612
SV: IHTSDO ImpSIG: October IHTSDO face to face meeting planning for the Implementation SIGHi Beverly, Just to let you know - there is an Allergy Project (combines several countries suggestions and needs in the Allergy area of SNOMED CT) been accepted for the IHTSDO 2016 Workplan that also includes the Allergy/Hypersensitivity Guide. Perhaps we could find time at the October meeting to discuss how we get the Allergy Project started at the October meeting. Cheers, Palle -----Oprindelig meddelelse----- Fra: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [mailto:bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Sendt: 25. august 2015 17:21 Til: isignoti-implementation_sig <isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net> Emne: IHTSDO ImpSIG: October IHTSDO face to face meeting planning for the Implementation SIG HI We have had confirmation that there will be a joint session with the Mapping SIG to discuss the Allergy/Hypersensitivity Guide. Jim has agreed to chair this session We had requested another half day slot to discuss the use of SNOMED CT for Immunization Interoperability. Since neither Amy or I will be able to attend the meetings we are looking for someone who might agree to chair the session on our behalf. if anyone wishes to step forward, please let Amy or myself know this week. if no one steps forward we will cancel this half day session. thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11439 ________________________________ STATENS SERUM INSTITUT 5 Artillerivej | DK-2300 Copenhagen S | T +45 3268 3268 | F +45 3268 3868 | E serum@ssi.dk<mailto:serum@ssi.dk> | W ssi.dk<http://www.ssi.dk> ________________________________ This e-mail, inclusive of attachments, is intended for the person(s) or entity stated above and may contain confidential information. Unauthorised reading, disclosure, copying, distribution or use of this information may violate rights to proprietary information. If you are not an intended recipient, please return this e-mail to the sender and delete your copy. Thank you.ppetersenWed Aug 26 14:59:28 Z 2015forum1345post11450proj1099post11439Atopc7612

IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 27, 1300 UTC - Joint Map and Implementation SIGs Allergy Meeting (collabnet topic id: topc6777)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 27, 1300 UTC - Joint Map and Implementation SIGs Allergy MeetingHi here are the logistics, please mark your calendar. an agenda will be out shortly https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181 BeverlybknightWed May 21 12:59:10 Z 2014forum1345post10104proj1099 Atopc6777
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 27, 1300 UTC - Joint Map and Implementation SIGs Allergy MeetingHello Here is a draft agenda 1. Welcome and agenda review 2. Finalize the proposal 3. Scope statement discussion (as per the first deliverable - Statement of the problem and documentation of scope 4. Other next steps https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181bknightMon May 26 20:58:22 Z 2014forum1345post10129proj1099post10104Atopc6777

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4489)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar: Regards, Jay and Beverly Title: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share Date: Tuesday May 8th 2012 Time: 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Presenter: Leilei Zhu, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust, UK Abstract: As one of the very early implementers of SNOMED CT in the UK, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust has a clear vision right from the beginning to underpin SNOMED CT under every key touch point (places where clinical information will be collected, e.g. Diagnosis, Co-morbidities, Procedures/Interventions etc.) in the MEDITECH EPR system, then eventually makes the clinical coding process automatic or semi-automatic as a by-product. The Trust came up with a blue print and user requirements as well as the future clinical coding process. The implementation process hasn’t been smooth. This presentation aims to share the journey with other interested parties, a month before go live with Phase 1A. SNOMED CT will form a key part of the Phase 1A go live. The presentation intends to cover: 1. Background and the vision 2. The journey 3. What has been achieved 4. Difficulties encountered 5. National engagement 6. The benefits reaped so far Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaWed Apr 25 12:10:18 Z 2012forum1345post6550proj1099 Atopc4489
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The Implementation SIG is piloting the recording of the SIG webinars, so they can be made available for download (subject to review). This should help SIG members who are unable to join the webinars due to time-zone or work constraints. To facilitate recording of both audio and video feeds, we'll need to rely on GoToMeeting's built in audio and screen-sharing facilities. So for the webinar on the 8th of May, we will use GoToMeeting's built-in audio facilities. We will NOT be using the regular IHTSDO telephone lines. The mechanisms for making the recording available will be published soon, if the recording is of sufficient quality. Regards, JayjkolaSat Apr 28 02:31:10 Z 2012forum1345post6556proj1099post6550Atopc4489
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCThanks Jay, I do like to keep an eye on these presentations and would like to be able to access them at a time suitable for Australia. Regards, Cathy Richardson Terminology Analyst nehta - National E-Health Transition Authority L25 56 Pitt St, Sydney 2000 Phone: (02) 8298 2624 Fax: (02) 8298 2666 Email: Cathy.Richardson@nehta.gov.au Web: www.nehta.gov.au -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com] Sent: Saturday, 28 April 2012 12:31 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Dear Implementation SIG, The Implementation SIG is piloting the recording of the SIG webinars, so they can be made available for download (subject to review). This should help SIG members who are unable to join the webinars due to time-zone or work constraints. To facilitate recording of both audio and video feeds, we'll need to rely on GoToMeeting's built in audio and screen-sharing facilities. So for the webinar on the 8th of May, we will use GoToMeeting's built-in audio facilities. We will NOT be using the regular IHTSDO telephone lines. The mechanisms for making the recording available will be published soon, if the recording is of sufficient quality. Regards, Jay _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6556 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netcrichardsonMon Apr 30 22:51:05 Z 2012forum1345post6559proj1099post6550Atopc4489
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear all, It looks like there are some audio problems with the original meeting invites sent out. Please try the following GoToMeeting co-ordinates. GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/970999393 Goto Meeting ID: 970-999-393 Apologies for the short notice. Cheers, JayjkolaTue May 08 12:57:23 Z 2012forum1345post6609proj1099post6556Atopc4489
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, We were almost successful in using GoToMeeting's audio facilities for this webinar. Due to some pending technical issues, we were unable to record the presentation. Let us see if we can resolve these issues before the next call. Cheers, JayjkolaThu May 10 02:49:04 Z 2012forum1345post6622proj1099post6609Atopc4489
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: SNOMED CT Implementation in the Rotherham Foundation Trust – A Journey to Share; May 8th 2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, The slides from the webinar on SNOMED CT Deployment in Rotherham Foundation Trust, have been uploaded to CollabNet. They can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5834?nav=1 Cheers, JayjkolaThu May 10 15:17:18 Z 2012forum1345post6623proj1099post6550Atopc4489

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5912)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHello Here is an agenda for our call next week. If anyone has another topic they wish to add, please feel free to let Jay or I know thx Beverly & Jay Agenda •Discuss Terms of Reference for the Implementation SIG (to be completed by Aug 2013) - note the existing Terms of Reference is attached for easy reference. •Discuss topic suggestions for the October face to face meeting agenda oThis is needed by May 31st Folks who can not attend this Implementation SIG call wish to post their ideas or send them to Jay or I, please feel free to do so. •Update from I & I Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Line #1 Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601bknightFri May 24 16:21:14 Z 2013forum1345post8600proj1099 Atopc5912
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTC LINE 4HI guys there has been a need to change the line for our call. Please use line #4. Time and date remain the same. I have posted one more document for our discussion which is the template for the new Terms of Reference thankyou Beverly & JaybknightMon May 27 11:50:21 Z 2013forum1345post8609proj1099post8600Atopc5912
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTC - LINE 4HI guys sorry for another posting, as I can not see a way to attach multiple documents. here is one more document to support our discussion on the Terms of Reference - the role of the SIGs. thankyou Beverly & JaybknightMon May 27 11:53:15 Z 2013forum1345post8610proj1099post8600Atopc5912
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHi Tim Can I suggest this is a great topic to bring forward for the face to face meeting in October. If you are on the call tomorrow, suggest mention it and see what interest it brings Thx bk -----Original Message----- From: Tim Cook [mailto:tim@mlhim.org] Sent: May-24-13 2:26 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Cc: Knight , Beverly Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda; May 28 2013, 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Hi Beverly, Jay, et. all, Is there, has there been as discussion regarding an API in implementation? Sorry that I have only been around this SIG for a year or so, but this seems to me to be the level that we should be operating at when it comes to implementation. Certainly it is the level that we in the MLHIM community are considering whe it comes to SNOMED-CT and ICD. Cheers, Tim On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 1:21 PM, Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) <bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca> wrote: > > Hello > Here is an agenda for our call next week. If anyone has another topic > they wish to add, please feel free to let Jay or I know thx Beverly & > Jay > > Agenda > •Discuss Terms of Reference for the Implementation SIG (to be completed by Aug 2013) - note the existing Terms of Reference is attached for easy reference. > •Discuss topic suggestions for the October face to face meeting agenda > oThis is needed by May 31st Folks who can not attend this Implementation SIG call wish to post their ideas or send them to Jay or I, please feel free to do so. > •Update from I & I > > Meeting Details: > GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 > Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 > Line #1 > > Dial in codes > > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > BELGIUM +3228087755 > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 > FINLAND +358942415756 > FRANCE +33975182170 > GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 > HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 > SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 > SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 > SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 > SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > Softphone users World ext 1601 > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8600 -- ============================================ Timothy Cook, MSc +55 21 94711995 MLHIM http://www.mlhim.org Like Us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/mlhim2 Circle us on G+: http://goo.gl/44EV5 Google Scholar: http://goo.gl/MMZ1o LinkedIn Profile:http://www.linkedin.com/in/timothywaynecookbknightMon May 27 12:54:51 Z 2013forum1345post8611proj1099post8600Atopc5912

IHTSDO ImpSIG: August 30 Implementation SIG meeting cancelled (collabnet topic id: topc3638)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: August 30 Implementation SIG meeting cancelledHello Implementation SIG members Please be advised that the August 30 Implementation SIG meeting has been cancelled. Sincerely, MoniquemstarkFri Aug 26 13:12:48 Z 2011forum1345post5174proj1099 Atopc3638

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda for July 28, 1300-1430 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7573)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG agenda for July 28, 1300-1430 UTCHello Here is the draft Implementation SIG call agenda for July 28, 1300-1430 UTC the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 1. Welcome 2. Webinar; Dr F. Phil Cartagena Jr., a Sr. Project Director at the UMass Medical School's Commonwealth Medicine group. OBJECTIVE: Develop and test web services to retrieve and identify the most precise ICD-10-CM code(s) for a given clinical encounter. Facilitate creation of user interfaces that 1) provide an initial shortlist of candidate codes, ideally visible on a single screen; and 2) enable code refinement. DISCUSSION: We consider ways to increase 1) the coverage ratio of the Partners problem list subset of SNOMED CT codes and 2) the upper bound of returnable ICD-10-CM codes by creating custom mapping rules. Future work will investigate the utility of the transitive closure of SNOMED CT codes and other methods to assist in custom rule creation and, ultimately, to provide more complete coverage of ICD-10-CM codes. CONCLUSIONS: ICD-10-CM will be easier for clinicians to manage if applications display short lists of candidate codes from which clinicians can subsequently select a code for further refinement. The PI-10 Services support ICD-10 migration by implementing this paradigm and enabling users to consistently and accurately find the best ICD-10-CM code(s) without translation from ICD-9-CM. 3. Allergy/hypersensitivity Implementation Guide Updates – 30 min approx 4. Any other business thankyou Beverly & AmybknightThu Jul 23 13:14:34 Z 2015forum1345post11363proj1099 Atopc7573

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Document review - Mapping to SNOMED CT (collabnet topic id: topc6239)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Document review - Mapping to SNOMED CTDear Implementation SIG, The Mapping to SNOMED CT document discussed at the face to face meeting is now available for review at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_and_innovation_co/docman.root.projects.req_for_maps_to_snomed_ct/doc7897 I've also attached it to this post for your convenience. Please feel free to post your feedback here or to send them to Andrew Frangleton<andrew_frangleton@clinicalarchitecture.com> Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Nov 05 08:47:39 Z 2013forum1345post9185proj1099 Atopc6239

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, May 12; 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7491)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, May 12; 1300-1430 utcHere is a draft agenda for our call on May 12; 1300-1430 utc 1. Welcome 2. updates Jim from IHTSDO meetings 3. Review updates to Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 4. Next meeting will see a time change; May 26th at 2100 UTC Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightThu May 07 12:40:09 Z 2015forum1345post11193proj1099 Atopc7491

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Adverse Sensitivity meeting 10 June 2014 at 13:00 UTC. (collabnet topic id: topc6819)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Joint Map and Implementation SIG Adverse Sensitivity meeting 10 June 2014 at 13:00 UTC.Hello the detailed agenda will follow. But this is a reminder that there will not be a webinar at this date/time. we will be continuing the Adverse Sensitivity discussions. The meeting will be chaired by Amy and Jim (I will not be available for this meeting) the go to meeting will be - https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou BeverlybknightWed Jun 04 20:13:38 Z 2014forum1345post10156proj1099 Atopc6819

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG conference call March 8th @ 20:00-21:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc2878)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG conference call March 8th @ 20:00-21:30 UTCThe agenda for the call currently has 1 item: The Implementers' Curriculum, which was reviewed over the last couple of weeks. Instructions: 1. Please join my meeting. https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/438249649 2. Join the conference call: Line#3, passcode 54362# Meeting ID: 438-249-649 AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +6531031162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601rcornetMon Mar 07 20:26:19 Z 2011forum1345post3893proj1099 Atopc2878
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG conference call March 8th @ 20:00-21:30 UTCAgenda update: 1. Implementers' Curriculum 2. Canada Health Infoway has started to track the use of SNOMED CT in Canada. See: https://www.infoway-inforoute.ca/standards-collaborative/snomed-ctr/snomed-ct-in-use Shirley Groenen will briefly introduce the Tracker RonaldrcornetTue Mar 08 06:22:53 Z 2011forum1345post3904proj1099post3893Atopc2878
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG conference call March 8th @ 20:00-21:30 UTCHi to those following the Implementation SIG Arising from the discussion on a curriculum for implementers (being worked-up by the Education SIG) I have plundered the Technical Implementation Guide for ideas on the roles and tasks associated with implementation. I have put these into a WIKI page on the Collabnet site here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/ImplementationCompetencies in the hope that others will use this as the basis for refinement. Much of the content I have offered is not explicit in other documentation, but should be readily recognised by implementers. For those who merely wish to take a preliminalry look I have put this into a document, attached. regards Tom Seabury Implementation Consultant Implementation and Outreach Group Data Standards and Products, Technology Office Department of Health Informatics Directorate 44 (0)7771 980 354 tom.seabury@nhs.net > Agenda update: > > 1. Implementers' Curriculum > > 2. Canada Health Infoway has started to track the use of SNOMED CT in Canada. > See: https://www.infoway-inforoute.ca/standards-collaborative/snomed-ctr/ > snomed-ct-in-use > Shirley Groenen will briefly introduce the Tracker > > RonaldtseaburyWed Mar 09 13:58:07 Z 2011forum1345post3919proj1099post3904Atopc2878

IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on Feb 27th 2013 @ 21:00 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5696)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on Feb 27th 2013 @ 21:00 UTCDear all, We are posting this announcement on behalf of Sarah Ryan and Harold Solbrig who are running a meeting on the CTS2 Implementation Guide tomorrow (27th Feb 2013). The meeting details are as follows: Date & Time: Wednesday, Feb. 27th, 21:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/919760174 Goto Meeting ID: 919-760-174 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #2, Pass Code 54362# (Telecon instructions attached) Agenda: 1) Brief high level introduction to CTS2 - Purpose, Scope, Examples 2) CTS2 and SNOMED CT Data Types 3) CodeSystem, CodeSystemVersion and SNOMED CT Releases and Modules 4) CTS2 EntityReference - referencing SNOMED CT concepts in a CTS2 context Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Feb 26 22:45:53 Z 2013forum1345post8228proj1099 Atopc5696

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 22nd October, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc6200)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 22nd October, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here is the proposed agenda and details of the next Implementation SIG call tuesday Sept 22nd at 13:00 - 14:30 UTC. Audio facilities will be provided using both GoToMeeting's dial-in numbers and built-in audio facilities. Please see below for details. Following the recent announcement from IHTSDO, we will NOT be using IHTSDO teleconference facilities. Most of you should be familiar with GTM's audio facilities, since we've been using them for the Implementation SIG webinars for a year now. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Review of minutes from face to face meeting - will be posted over the next few days migration” 3. Upcoming webinar topics - review of existing items and new items 4. Change in call times - winter time 5. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/182255376 Goto Meeting ID: 182-255-376 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUijkolaThu Oct 17 09:27:12 Z 2013forum1345post9100proj1099 Atopc6200
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 22nd October, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCApologies for the minor error in the previous post, where the body says 22nd September. It should really be saying 22nd of October (same as the title). Just to clarify the next Implementation SIG call is on the 22nd of October @ 13:00 UTC - 14:30 UTC. Thanks for spotting Steve... :-) Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Oct 17 12:36:47 Z 2013forum1345post9102proj1099post9100Atopc6200
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 22nd October, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear all, A first draft of the minutes from the October 2013 face to face meeting is now available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct.conference/doc9242 Many thanks to Beverly for capturing the minutes. We can review them during the call tomorrow (22nd October). Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Oct 21 16:53:55 Z 2013forum1345post9121proj1099post9100Atopc6200
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 22nd October, 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear all, The draft minutes of the Implementation SIG call on 22nd October are now available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct/doc9264 Best Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Oct 23 19:40:09 Z 2013forum1345post9141proj1099post9100Atopc6200

IHTSDO ImpSIG: July 8, 2014 Implementation SIG webinar 1300 UTC: Implementing SNOMED CT in the Public Health domain in Canada (collabnet topic id: topc6911)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: July 8, 2014 Implementation SIG webinar 1300 UTC: Implementing SNOMED CT in the Public Health domain in CanadaHello this webinar will cover Overview / update of the Canadian immunization subsets and how they are being used in Canada to ultimately build a Canadian Immunization Registry (this was initially presented last October) Introduction to the Communicable Disease project including; how SNOMED CT will be used in the development of subsets to support the project the go to meeting will be - https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou BeverlybknightFri Jul 04 04:19:27 Z 2014forum1345post10270proj1099 Atopc6911

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG January 13 2015 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7349)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG January 13 2015 2100 UTCThis meeting will focus on the draft implementation guide for allergy/adverse sensitivity content using SNOMED CT. Jim Campbell has graciously volunteered to proctor the meeting. The go to meeting details are below: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181asheideMon Jan 12 16:38:28 Z 2015forum1345post10896proj1099 Atopc7349

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting May 10, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc2996)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting May 10, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: May 10, 2011 Time: 19:00 – 20:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/891577120 GoTo meeting ID: 891-577-120 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The agenda for this meeting is ready for review and can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_05_may Other documents will be posted as they become available Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkTue May 03 16:31:31 Z 2011forum1345post4205proj1099 Atopc2996

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 24, 2015 1300 UTC** (collabnet topic id: topc7426)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 24, 2015 1300 UTC**The Implementation SIG will meet March 24, 2015 at 1300 UTC Agenda: 1. Welcome and Annoucements 2. Webinar: IMPLEMENTING SNOMED CT IN LABORATORY SPECIMEN AND SOURCES TABLES – IF THE SHOE FITS details at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/artf231442?nav=1&_pagenum=1&returnUrlKey=1426621741396 2. Review Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 3. Discussion and Next Steps Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181asheideTue Mar 17 19:50:39 Z 2015forum1345post11069proj1099 Atopc7426
SV: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 24, 2015 1300 UTC**Hi Amy, I am not sure I know which document you are referring to " Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document" ? There are quit a lot of documents so if you could send me the exact link I will appreciate it :-) Cheers, Palle Palle Gerry Petersen Project Manager Standards and it-architecture National eHealth Authority T +453268 5346 | M +452510 7539 | E pgp@ssi.dk | W ssi.dk Adresse: Artillerivej 5 | 2300 København S -----Oprindelig meddelelse----- Fra: Amy Sheide [mailto:asheide@mmm.com] Sendt: 17. marts 2015 20:51 Til: isignoti-implementation_sig Emne: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 24, 2015 1300 UTC** The Implementation SIG will meet March 24, 2015 at 1300 UTC Agenda: 1. Welcome and Annoucements 2. Webinar: IMPLEMENTING SNOMED CT IN LABORATORY SPECIMEN AND SOURCES TABLES – IF THE SHOE FITS details at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/artf231442?nav=1&_pagenum=1&returnUrlKey=1426621741396 2. Review Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 3. Discussion and Next Steps Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11069 ________________________________ STATENS SERUM INSTITUT 5 Artillerivej | DK-2300 Copenhagen S | T +45 3268 3268 | F +45 3268 3868 | E serum@ssi.dk<mailto:serum@ssi.dk> | W ssi.dk<http://www.ssi.dk> ________________________________ This e-mail, inclusive of attachments, is intended for the person(s) or entity stated above and may contain confidential information. Unauthorised reading, disclosure, copying, distribution or use of this information may violate rights to proprietary information. If you are not an intended recipient, please return this e-mail to the sender and delete your copy. Thank you.ppetersenTue Mar 24 12:28:28 Z 2015forum1345post11081proj1099post11069Atopc7426
Re: SV: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG March 24, 2015 1300 UTC**Palle: I will review the location of the document after the webinar today. For your reference, it can be found in the documents section>projects>adverse reaction/allergy>working The title of the document is Implementation guide for use of SNOMED CT in Allergy and Hypersensitivity Data Records V2. URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.projects.adverse_reaction_allergy.working?_sortby=documentList%28dateLastModified%29&_sorder=documentList%28desc%29 ThanksasheideTue Mar 24 13:11:17 Z 2015forum1345post11082proj1099post11081Atopc7426

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17--04--2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4464)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17/04/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming webinar. The agenda will be posted soon. Regards, Jay and Beverly GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSun Apr 15 15:27:36 Z 2012forum1345post6506proj1099 Atopc4464
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17/04/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCHere is the agenda for the call tomorrow (17/04/2012): 1. Review of minutes from the last meeting 2. Ways of working of SIG -- improving discussions & participation; input from members 3. RF2 discussion - follow up 4. AOB Regards, JayjkolaMon Apr 16 14:35:45 Z 2012forum1345post6514proj1099post6506Atopc4464

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, July 14, 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7555)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Call, July 14, 1300-1430 utcHello here is the draft Implementation SIG call agenda for July 14, 1300-1430 UTC Welcome Allergy/hypersensitivity Implementation Guide Updates Any other business the go to meeting details https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightMon Jul 13 02:17:18 Z 2015forum1345post11334proj1099 Atopc7555

IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 6th 2013 @ 21:00 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5729)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 6th 2013 @ 21:00 UTCDear all, We are posting this announcement on behalf of Sarah Ryan and Harold Solbrig who are running a meeting on the CTS2 Implementation Guide tomorrow (6th March 2013). The meeting details are as follows: Date & Time: Wednesday, March 6th, 21:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/919760174 Goto Meeting ID: 919-760-174 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #2, Pass Code 54362# (Telecon instructions attached) Agenda: 1. Representation of Releases and modules as code systems, and the amount of metadata that accompanies them 2. Concept / description / language refset representation as CTS2 EntityDescription Instructions for joining the conference call are available at the following link: http://bit.ly/Z6qsHZ Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Mar 05 13:44:55 Z 2013forum1345post8278proj1099 Atopc5729
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 6th 2013 @ 21:00 UTCThank you Jay and Beverly. Respectfully, Rex Reagan From: Jay Kola <jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> To: isignoti-implementation_sig <isignoti-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net>, Date: 03/05/2013 08:47 AM Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 6th 2013 @ 21:00 UTC Dear all, We are posting this announcement on behalf of Sarah Ryan and Harold Solbrig who are running a meeting on the CTS2 Implementation Guide tomorrow (6th March 2013). The meeting details are as follows: Date & Time: Wednesday, March 6th, 21:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/919760174 Goto Meeting ID: 919-760-174 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #2, Pass Code 54362# (Telecon instructions attached) Agenda: 1. Representation of Releases and modules as code systems, and the amount of metadata that accompanies them 2. Concept / description / language refset representation as CTS2 EntityDescription Instructions for joining the conference call are available at the following link: http://bit.ly/Z6qsHZ Regards, Jay & Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post8278rreaganTue Mar 05 20:56:54 Z 2013forum1345post8280proj1099post8278Atopc5729

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar Scheduled for September 23, 2014 1300 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7139)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG Webinar Scheduled for September 23, 2014 1300 UTCThe IHTSDO Implementation Sig Meeting is scheduled for September 23, 1014 at 1300 UTC. Agenda: 1. Welcome and Announcements 2. Webinar: Generating Patient Problem Lists from the ShARe Corpus using SNOMED CT/SNOMED CT CORE Problem List 3. Discussion and Comments The goto meeting LogIN: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Additional Information on the webinar can be found at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/tracker/do/listArtifacts/projects.implementation_sig/tracker.i_i_action_trackerasheideTue Sep 09 18:38:26 Z 2014forum1345post10554proj1099 Atopc7139

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA Collaborative (collabnet topic id: topc6971)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA CollaborativeAbstract: Upgrades to electronic health record (EHR) systems scheduled to be introduced in the USA in 2014 will advance document interoperability between care providers. Specifically, the second stage of the federal incentive program for EHR adoption, known as Meaningful Use, requires use of the Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) for document exchange. In an effort to examine and improve C-CDA based exchange, the SMART (Substitutable Medical Applications and Reusable Technology) C-CDA Collaborative brought together a group of certified EHR and other health information technology vendors. John will review the scope of the SMART C-CDA Collaborative, its main findings, share examples of C-CDA documents hosted in a public repository and delve into specifics regarding the correct (and erroneous) use of SNOMED within C-CDA documents. Presenter Bio: John D’Amore, MS, is President and CTO of Diameter Health and a primary author of a recent C-CDA study. He has over a decade of experience in health IT and medical informatics. John was previously Vice President at Allscripts, a leading vendor for electronic health records. Before then, he has served as a health industry consultant and Director of Decision Support at Memorial Hermann, winner of the 2009 National Quality Forum award. John is a published researcher and national speaker on the use of interoperability and analytics to improve clinical care. He holds an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and graduate degree in clinical informatics from the University of Texas, School of Biomedical Informatics.asheideTue Jul 29 17:19:50 Z 2014forum1345post10355proj1099 Atopc6971
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA CollaborativeThe go to meeting ID is: 891582181asheideTue Jul 29 17:25:26 Z 2014forum1345post10356proj1099post10355Atopc6971
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA CollaborativeThe ImpSIG Webinar: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA Collaborative Will be held August 12 1300 UTC VIA Go To Meeting, ID :891 582 181asheideWed Jul 30 14:04:39 Z 2014forum1345post10366proj1099post10355Atopc6971
IHTSDO ImpSIG: Webinar: Are Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified EHRs ready for interoperability? Findings from the SMART C-CDA Collaborative has been rescheduled for August 26th 1300 UTC.Please join us for the rescheduled webinar next week using go to meeting ID: 891582181 Abstract: Upgrades to electronic health record (EHR) systems scheduled to be introduced in the USA in 2014 will advance document interoperability between care providers. Specifically, the second stage of the federal incentive program for EHR adoption, known as Meaningful Use, requires use of the Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) for document exchange. In an effort to examine and improve C-CDA based exchange, the SMART (Substitutable Medical Applications and Reusable Technology) C-CDA Collaborative brought together a group of certified EHR and other health information technology vendors. John will review the scope of the SMART C-CDA Collaborative, its main findings, share examples of C-CDA documents hosted in a public repository and delve into specifics regarding the correct (and erroneous) use of SNOMED within C-CDA documents.asheideTue Aug 19 17:06:58 Z 2014forum1345post10432proj1099post10355Atopc6971

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, april 14; 1300-1430 utc (collabnet topic id: topc7452)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Call, april 14; 1300-1430 utcThe next Implementation sig call is April 14th at 1300-1430 utc Here is a draft agenda. 1. Welcome 2. Confirm what is presented at the Member Forum later this month. 3. Review Hypersensitivity and Adverse Reaction Document 4. Discussion and Next Steps Go To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou beverlybknightTue Apr 07 01:59:08 Z 2015forum1345post11108proj1099 Atopc7452

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting August 16, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3598)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting August 16, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: August 16, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# Agenda items include: 1. Update on Implementers Curriculum (with Educ SIG) 2. Workplan & Budget 2012 (Per Jensen) 3. Mode of work & strategy (Per Jensen) 4. Standards for Standards process (Per Jensen) 5. Agenda for October face to face meeting 6. Update on ongoing projects: - implementation barriers - post-coordination implementation challenges project 7. Update from I &I 8. Any other business The agenda has also been saved to Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_08_aug?_message=1313179093279 Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkFri Aug 12 20:00:29 Z 2011forum1345post5099proj1099 Atopc3598
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting August 16, 2011 - meeting detailsHi Monique I'm on leave then Best wishes Grant Kelly On Fri, 2011-08-12 at 13:00 -0700, Monique Stark (IHTSDO Staff) wrote: > Hello Implementation SIG, > > Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: > Date: August 16, 2011 > Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC > GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 > GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 > Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# > > Agenda items include: > 1. Update on Implementers Curriculum (with Educ SIG) > 2. Workplan & Budget 2012 (Per Jensen) > 3. Mode of work & strategy (Per Jensen) > 4. Standards for Standards process (Per Jensen) > 5. Agenda for October face to face meeting > 6. Update on ongoing projects: > - implementation barriers > - post-coordination implementation challenges project > 7. Update from I &I > 8. Any other business > > The agenda has also been saved to Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_08_aug?_message=1313179093279 > > Dial in codes > AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 > CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 > DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 > LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 > NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 > NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 > SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 > UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 > UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 > UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 > UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 > Softphone users World ext 1601 > > > _______________________________________________ > General Group Notifications > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post5099 > > -- Dr Grant Kelly Clinical Adviser SEC Enhancing Quality Programme 07768 383 257gkellyFri Aug 12 21:39:02 Z 2011forum1345post5100proj1099post5099Atopc3598
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting August 16, 2011 - meeting detailsDear Implementation SIG colleagues https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/2011BudgetingAndWorkplan?_message=1313507335421 In line with today's Implementation SIG action items I have prepared the draft list of possible funded work for your consideration - to give some direction up through the layers of IHTSDO, with a view to ensuring that implementation focussed work that is of sufficient value is budgeted for, and in the 2012 workplan. - The remit for me was to transcribe onto our WiKi the outlines for the range of products and activities which were a) discussed on the call today b) found in the deliberations last year, and previous years You will soon be invited by our SIG chair(s) to give some priority between these, and perhaps help us build a ($£) costed business case for each. Please do review the list, update the WiKi with any additional ones which you think worthy, and add further relevant information to those that are already listed. Regards Tom Seabury Implementation Consultant Implementation and Outreach Group Data Standards and Products, Technology Office Department of Health Informatics Directorate internal VIOP 510 5754 or 506 8003 07771 980 354 tom.seabury@nhs.net www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk Supporting the NHS in providing better, safer care by delivering computer services which improve the way patient information is stored and accessed. ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ********************************************************************************************************************tseaburyTue Aug 16 15:18:10 Z 2011forum1345post5121proj1099post5099Atopc3598

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting agenda for the Oct 27the meeting in Amsterdam (collabnet topic id: topc7260)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting agenda for the Oct 27the meeting in AmsterdamHello please find the meeting agenda here; https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014.2014_10?_message=1413984562784 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightWed Oct 22 13:31:21 Z 2014forum1345post10730proj1099 Atopc7260

IHTSDO ImpSIG: RFP for Development of DITA Editing and Publication Tooling (collabnet topic id: topc5262)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: RFP for Development of DITA Editing and Publication ToolingThe IHTSDO has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to address limitations of the current software tools used by IHTSDO to edit and publish DITA based documents. Suppliers are invited to submit proposals for one or more of the following four modules: - Wiki to DITA Map and Topics Conversion - DITA Editor Add-on FunctionsCentral - DITA Document Publishing - DITA Map and Topic File Batch Processor. Timetable: The consultation period for those who wish to express interest and ask questions runs until 14th December 2012; The deadline for submissions in 20th December 2012. To see the full details of this RFP please follow the link below: http://www.ihtsdo.org/news/news-article/article/ihtsdo-request-for-proposals-for-development-of-dita-editing-and- publication-tooling/dmarkwellThu Nov 29 17:18:09 Z 2012forum1345post7670proj1099 Atopc5262

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting May 31, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3056)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting May 31, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: May 31, 2011 Time: 19:00 – 20:30 UTC *this will be the last meeting during this time slot. GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/314264464 GoTo meeting ID: 314-264-464 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The agenda for this meeting and the minutes from the previous meeting are ready for review and can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_05_may * Starting from the next meeting on June 14, all meetings will be held from 13:00 – 14:30 UTC Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkThu May 26 13:11:04 Z 2011forum1345post4343proj1099 Atopc3056

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Materials for Implementation SIG conference call on Feb 8 @ 20:00 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc2785)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Materials for Implementation SIG conference call on Feb 8 @ 20:00 UTCDear all, I've posted materials for the upcoming Implementation SIG conference call. The materials are here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_02_feb They relate to two of the agenda items of this call. 1. Implementers' curriculum; feedback on documentation from Education SIG 2. Proposed Change to SNOMED CT Identifiers; an implementation impact analysis Please review the documents so we can discuss them on the call on Tuesday Feb 8. Best regards, RonaldrcornetThu Feb 03 10:36:57 Z 2011forum1345post3672proj1099 Atopc2785

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Telecon facilities for Stockholm Meeting (collabnet topic id: topc5004)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Telecon facilities for Stockholm MeetingDear Implementation SIG, I am trying to ascertain the need for teleconference facilities to be made available during the Stockholm meeting. I am aware that in the past some of our regular members who were unable to travel have joined the SIG face to face discussion via GoToMeeting and IHTSDO telecon. Can members who are likely to join the SIG discussions via GTM and telecon please contact me to express an interest in this arrangement? You can mail me at jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com or respond to this thread. Cheers, JayjkolaWed Sep 19 12:54:55 Z 2012forum1345post7313proj1099 Atopc5004
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Telecon facilities for Stockholm MeetingMany thanks to the members who expressed an interest in telecon facilities for the Imp SIG meeting in Stockholm. We are happy to announce that we will have teleconference and GoToMeeting facilities available during the Imp SIG meeting. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaSun Sep 30 09:44:48 Z 2012forum1345post7353proj1099post7313Atopc5004

IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 13th 2013 @ 21:00 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5767)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: CTS2 Implementation Guide Meeting on March 13th 2013 @ 21:00 UTCDear all, We are posting this announcement on behalf of Sarah Ryan and Harold Solbrig who are running a meeting on the CTS2 Implementation Guide tomorrow (13th March 2013). Members are encouraged to register and follow the announcements directly at the project site for the CTS2 Implementation Guide. The link is https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/projects/cts2_implementation_guide_projec/ The meeting details are as follows: Date & Time: Wednesday, March 13th, 21:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/join/919760174 Goto Meeting ID: 919-760-174 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #2, Pass Code 54362# (Telecon instructions below) Agenda: 1. Review CodeSystem and CodeSystemVersion updates 2. CodeSystem and CodeSystemVersion REST URLs 3. Concept / Description / Language Refset Representation 4. Concept read and query URLs 5. Relationship Files (if there is time) Instructions for joining the conference call are available at the following link: http://bit.ly/Z6qsHZ Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Mar 12 23:02:18 Z 2013forum1345post8332proj1099 Atopc5767

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting September 13, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3698)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting September 13, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: September 13, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The agenda can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_09_sep **Kindly pay special attention to Agenda item #2 as there is some pre-work required by Implementation SIG members. Thank you for your participation! Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkFri Sep 09 16:41:33 Z 2011forum1345post5253proj1099 Atopc3698

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meeting (collabnet topic id: topc5077)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, Here is the tentative agenda for the Implementation SIG meeting at Stockholm. We will review this at the upcoming meeting on the 9th of October. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Oct 03 20:05:08 Z 2012forum1345post7405proj1099 Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, The updated version of the agenda for the Stockholm meeting is available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_10_oct/doc6457 Please note that we are still waiting for final confirmation of GTM and teleconference line details. I'll post them out as soon as they are available. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Oct 15 18:00:05 Z 2012forum1345post7460proj1099post7405Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, The final version of the agenda is now available for download at the following URL: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_10_oct/doc6457/3 As some of you know, we are oversubscribed for this conference. We have changed our agenda to accomodate as many members as possible (within limits) at the larger venue on Tuesday. We have some exciting sessions planned for this meeting. I've included some sessions below. Please refer to the agenda for full details. 1. Approach/Strategy for Implementation/adoption of SNOMED CT in Member countries -- Experiences from Canada & UK 2. Maintenance of National Extensions in Member countries -- Experiences from Australia, Canada & The Netherlands 3. FAQs and How-To Guides For your convenience, I'm attaching the agenda and venue details to this message. They are also available for download at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_10_oct Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Oct 19 10:22:05 Z 2012forum1345post7478proj1099post7460Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, Updated versions of the agenda (with minor corrections) and material for discussion are now available for download at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_10_oct?_message=1350878221916 They are also attached to this mail for your convenience. Best Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Oct 22 04:04:53 Z 2012forum1345post7482proj1099post7478Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, Additional material for discussion in Stockholm is now available for download at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012 .2012_10_oct?_message=1350878221916 The entire document pack is also attached to this mail for your convenience. Best Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaTue Oct 23 04:34:13 Z 2012forum1345post7488proj1099post7482Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, Many thanks for participating in the really useful discussions over Tuesday & Wednesday. All the material (slides, documents, etc) that was used during the sessions is available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2012.2012_10_oct?_message=1351185459322 Please note that the next call will be on the 6th of November at 22:00 UTC. I'll post more details & agenda in the near future. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaThu Oct 25 17:25:44 Z 2012forum1345post7499proj1099post7488Atopc5077
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Agenda for Stockholm Implementation SIG meetingDear Implementation SIG, The draft minutes from the Stockholm meeting are available for download at: http://goo.gl/hjuuG We have some excellent minutes thanks to Beverly! Please review the minutes and feel free to suggest changes as needed. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Nov 14 15:58:54 Z 2012forum1345post7584proj1099post7499Atopc5077

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Dec 23rd 2100 UTC: Joing Implementation & Mapping SIGs meeting. Adverse sensitivity topic (collabnet topic id: topc7324)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Dec 23rd 2100 UTC: Joing Implementation & Mapping SIGs meeting. Adverse sensitivity topicHello Here is the agenda for the last call of the year. 1) Review the action items 2) Discuss the updated document 3) Next Steps the go to meeting: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 thankyou Beverly & AmybknightMon Dec 15 15:13:15 Z 2014forum1345post10855proj1099 Atopc7324

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call times (collabnet topic id: topc6216)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call timesDear all, The Implementation SIG call times will change to winter time, starting from the next call (on 12th November). The new timing of the calls will be 21:00 UTC to 22:30 UTC. The calls will continue to be held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month as usual. Since we've successfully used these timings in the past, we hope these times will be acceptable. If you have major concerns about these timings please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You'll find a list of upcoming webinars at : http://goo.gl/UD7tk Please get in touch if you'd like to suggest a webinar topic or would like to present at our webinars. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaWed Oct 23 19:52:43 Z 2013forum1345post9142proj1099 Atopc6216
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call timesA reminder that I am on vacation nov 12th. I guess we will also need to determine what to do with dec 24th. I would suggest offering dec 17th (it would mean back to back meetings) or skipping it all together. Thx bk -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com] Sent: October-23-13 3:53 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Change in Implementation SIG call times Dear all, The Implementation SIG call times will change to winter time, starting from the next call (on 12th November). The new timing of the calls will be 21:00 UTC to 22:30 UTC. The calls will continue to be held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month as usual. Since we've successfully used these timings in the past, we hope these times will be acceptable. If you have major concerns about these timings please contact Jay Kola<jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com> or Beverly Knight<bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca>. You'll find a list of upcoming webinars at : http://goo.gl/UD7tk Please get in touch if you'd like to suggest a webinar topic or would like to present at our webinars. Regards, Jay & Beverly _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9142bknightThu Oct 24 01:27:26 Z 2013forum1345post9143proj1099post9142Atopc6216

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation Sig conference call cancelled, possibility to reschule (collabnet topic id: topc3573)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation Sig conference call cancelled, possibility to reschuleDear all, With apologies for the late notice, there will NOT be an Implementation SIG call today at 13:00 UTC. However, as there are various items to address (see below), we like to know if there is a need for a call next week, on Tuesday August 16 @ 13:00 UTC. Please reply to me (r.cornet@amc.uva.nl<mailto:r.cornet@amc.uva.nl>) shortly if you prefer to have a call on August 16th. Also feel free to raise other items, or "promote" items as priority items. Best regards, Ronald & Jay Priority items: * Update on curriculum from Education SIG George Brox attended the Education SIG July 18th meeting (21:00-22:00 UTC) * Agenda for October face to face meeting Action items: * Discuss "standards for standards" including "Dealing with feedback on ISO draft on implementation conformance" * Update on Implementation SIG sub project on implementation barriers * Update on post-coordination implementation challenges project * Update from I &I ################################################################ Ronald Cornet, PhD email: R.Cornet@amc.uva.nl dept. of Medical Informatics phone: +31 (0)20 566 5188 Academic Medical Center, Room J1B-115 fax: +31 (0)20 691 9840 P.O.Box 22700 www: kik.amc.uva.nl/home/rcornet/ 1100 DE Amsterdam The NetherlandsrcornetTue Aug 09 07:56:02 Z 2011forum1345post5055proj1099 Atopc3573

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Updated Terms of Reference for Implementation SIG (collabnet topic id: topc6022)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Updated Terms of Reference for Implementation SIGDear Implementation SIG, This is a cross-post from the original post at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listPosts/projects.implementation_sig/discussion.general_discussions.topc5983 ################ START OF ORIGINAL POST ################ We are working on new Terms of Reference (ToR) for the SIG. An early draft was discussed at the last call and an updated draft was created based on comments. The updated draft of the ToR is available at : https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/TermsOfReferenceDraft We'd like to invite all the members in the community to comment on this current draft. Please post your comments as replies to the above post. The current draft will be passed on to I&I committee for review on the 9th, so please send in your comments before then, if you haven't already. ################ END OF ORIGINAL POST ################ In the future, we'll use the General Discussions mailing list (https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listTopics/projects.implementation_sig/discussion.general_discussions) for group discussions. Please post all your questions and comments using the above mailing list or (mail to isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net). Please turn on monitoring on that mailing list, by following instructions at : http://goo.gl/xy7HGK Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Aug 02 12:48:27 Z 2013forum1345post8784proj1099 Atopc6022

IHTSDO ImpSIG: NCBO webinar: Abstraction Networks for Terminologies, by Yehoshua Perl wed 9.12 1PM EST (collabnet topic id: topc4983)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: NCBO webinar: Abstraction Networks for Terminologies, by Yehoshua Perl wed 9.12 1PM ESTHi all This Webinar today 1pm EST will review a lot of our research on Abstraction Networks, specially on orientation into UMLS and SNOMED. If you ever wondered How can we know "what is in there inside SNOMED?" and how it helps for QA Here are the tools to find out. See below how to access the Webinar yp Dr. Yehoshua Perl Director of SABOC Research Center Computer Science Department New Jersey Institute of Technology WEB: http://web.njit.edu/~perl/ VOICE: (973) 596-3392 > See announcement below > > Search Site Search Google > > - Home <http://www.bioontology.org/> > - News & Events <http://www.bioontology.org/news_and_events> > - Dissemination & Training<http://www.bioontology.org/dissemination-and-training> > - Collaboration <http://www.bioontology.org/collaboration> > - Community <http://www.bioontology.org/community> > - Technology <http://www.bioontology.org/technology> > - About Us <http://www.bioontology.org/about-ncbo> > > Abstraction networks to support comprehension and auditing for > terminologies > > ABSTRACT: > Biomedical terminologies are large and complex and by their nature are > error-prone. Hence, Quality Assurance (QA) or auditing should be an > inherent part of the terminology life cycle. The importance of QA is > increasing with the spread of terminology-use in Biomedical research and > in the health care industry. Terminology QA is especially critical with > the current ARRA initiative of enhancing the meaningful use of EMRs in > health care. Terminology domain expert editors who can perform QA work > require multidisciplinary training and are a scarce resource. This fact > combined with budget constraints for terminology maintenance are ruling out > manual auditing of a complete terminology as impractical. However, the > value of using terminologies in the Biomedical industry depends on the > correctness and accuracy of their implemented knowledge. > > To overcome this shortage in trained terminology experts, there is a need > to automate part of the terminology QA work. However, most terminology > errors require an expert editor's review. One approach to solve this > problem is to develop automatic computational techniques for identifying > concepts and relationships with high probability of errors. Directing > editors' efforts toward reviewing such concepts and relationships will > increase their QA productivity. Abstraction networks for terminologies were > proven to support such automatic computational techniques. > > Abstraction networks are compact "semantic" networks, which summarize the > knowledge in a much larger terminology. They provide orientation to the > content and structure of a terminology, urgently needed by editors and > users alike. In this presentation we will explore various kinds of > abstraction networks and their properties. Some properties of abstraction > networks will be shown to provide improved orientation and QA support. We > will demonstrate how abstraction networks help in identifying groups of > concepts with high likelihood of errors. Examples of abstraction networks > for UMLS, SNOMED, NCIt and the Columbia MED will be presented and used to > illustrate their support for terminology QA work. > > SPEAKER BIO: > Dr. Perl received his PhD in Computer Science from the Weizmann Institute > of Science in Israel in 1975. He is currently a Professor of Computer > Science at the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). He has published > over 80 journal paper and 60 conference papers in top Computer Science and > Medical Informatics journals and conferences. Dr. Perl has been working in > the field of “medical terminologies” for the last 18 years, following his > earlier research career in the theory of algorithms. Dr. Perl was awarded > the Harlan Perlis NJIT Research Award in 1996 for his earlier research, and > the NJIT College of Computing Sciences Excellence in Research Award in 2008 > for his research in Biomedical Terminologies. > > The NJIT Terminology Research Group, upgraded in 2007 to the Structural > Analysis of Biomedical Ontologies Center (SABOC), has established a strong > research record in the design of structural techniques for partitioning, > abstraction and quality assurance of medical terminologies such as the > Columbia MED, the UMLS, the NCIt and SNOMED. Many publications in top > Medical Informatics journals and conferences have validated Dr. Perl's and > the SABOC Center's major research theme, namely that structural analysis of > terminologies can automatically pinpoint areas of high likelihood of > inconsistencies, errors and necessary enhancements. > > WEBEX DETAILS: > ------------------------------------------------------- > To start or join the online meeting > ------------------------------------------------------- > Go to > https://stanford.webex.com/stanford/j.php?ED=203714637&UID=481527042&PW=...<https://stanford.webex.com/stanford/j.php?ED=203714637&UID=481527042&PW=NYzJjN2E4MzEy&RT=MiM0> > > Meeting Number: 921 649 715 > Meeting Password: ncbo > > ------------------------------------------------------- > Audio conference information > ------------------------------------------------------- > To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the > meeting, or call the number below and enter the access code. > Call-in toll number (US/Canada): 1-650-429-3300 > Global call-in numbers: > https://stanford.webex.com/stanford/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=2...<https://stanford.webex.com/stanford/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=203714637&tollFree=0> > > Access code:921 649 715 > > > > 09/12/2012 > > > The National Center for Biomedical Ontology is one of the National > Centers for Biomedical Computing <http://www.ncbcs.org/> supported by the > NHGRI <http://www.genome.gov/>, the NHLBI <http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/>, > and the NIH Common Fund <https://commonfund.nih.gov/> under grant > U54-HG004028. > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > Dr. Yehoshua Perl > Director of SABOC Research Center > Computer Science Department > New Jersey Institute of Technology > WEB: http://web.njit.edu/~perl/ > VOICE: (973) 596-3392 > > > >yperlWed Sep 12 15:12:06 Z 2012forum1345post7272proj1099 Atopc4983
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: NCBO webinar: Abstraction Networks for Terminologies, by Yehoshua Perl wed 9.12 1PM ESTDr. Perl's post & meeting details did not seem to render properly (at least at my end), so I am posting the meeting details below. Hope this helps. Regards, Jay WEBEX DETAILS: ------------------------------------------------------- To start or join the online meeting ------------------------------------------------------- Go tohttps://stanford.webex.com/stanford/j.php?ED=203714637&UID=481527042&PW=... Meeting Number: 921 649 715 Meeting Password: ncbo ------------------------------------------------------- Audio conference information ------------------------------------------------------- To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the meeting, or call the number below and enter the access code. Call-in toll number (US/Canada): 1-650-429-3300 Global call-in numbers:https://stanford.webex.com/stanford/globalcallin.php?serviceType=MC&ED=2... Access code:921 649 715jkolaWed Sep 12 18:20:00 Z 2012forum1345post7275proj1099post7272Atopc4983

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting minutes 2012 07 17 (collabnet topic id: topc4864)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting minutes 2012 07 17Hello here are the notes from the last general Implementation SIG meeting. if anyone sees any errors or omissions, please let us know thankyou Beverly & JaybknightFri Jul 20 20:47:53 Z 2012forum1345post7080proj1099 Atopc4864

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 09--10--2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5034)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 09/10/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, There is no SIG meeting tomorrow (2nd October). The next Implementation SIG meeting is on Tuesday, the 9th of October. I'll post the agenda and details soon. Regards, JayjkolaMon Oct 01 19:39:47 Z 2012forum1345post7358proj1099 Atopc5034

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation Showcase - Call for Papers - CLOSING JUNE 1st (collabnet topic id: topc4616)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation Showcase - Call for Papers - CLOSING JUNE 1stSNOMED CT Implementation Showcase Would you like to present your implementation experiences at the Annual SNOMED CT Implementation Showcase event - this year it is in Stockholm (25-26 October). If so you have until this Friday (1st June) to submit your idea for a paper or poster presentation. The required submission only needs to outline the idea in the form of a short abstract at this stage. The program committee are keen to see presentations about practical implementation and innovative approaches to implementation. The call for papers attached to this Collabnet posting. It is also posted on the IHTSDO website. This is a follow-up to the previously announcement sent to the IHTSDO community of practice.dmarkwellTue May 29 09:46:17 Z 2012forum1345post6722proj1099 Atopc4616

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 20--03--2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc4381)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 20/03/2012 @ 22:00 - 23:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the details of the upcoming SIG meeting. Regards, Jay and Beverly Agenda: 1. Review of minutes from the last meeting -- available at https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc5544?nav=1 2. RF2 project group -- discussion, way forward 3. Topics for webinars - input from members 4. Prioritisation of work items for 2013 5. Progress on changes to CollabNet 6. AOB Date: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012 Time: 22:00 - 23:00 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaSat Mar 17 01:44:09 Z 2012forum1345post6376proj1099 Atopc4381

IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Minutes from Jan 28, 2014 4Public (collabnet topic id: topc6437)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Minutes from Jan 28, 2014 4Public________________________________________ From: Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA) [bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca] Sent: Friday, January 31, 2014 4:41 PM To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Minutes from Jan 28, 2014 joint MapSIG and Implementation SIG - Allergy topic the minutes of the last call are posted here. https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014 please note the following action item ACTION: Everyone can post pertinent documents to the folder created in the Implementation SIG space in Collabnet. This can be found in the Projects folder, Adverse Reaction/Allergy subfolder, then Scan of existing jurisdiction documentation. If there is difficulty with posting, please send the documents to Beverly Knight and she will post thankyou Beverly _______________________________________________ This is the Impl SIG notifications list To unsubscribe, goto https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/discussion/do/listForums/projects.implementation_sig/discussion There, check "General Group Notifications" and select "Monitor --> Stop monitoring selected" General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9517 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isignoti-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net The information in this e-mail may be privileged and confidential, intended only for the use of the addressee(s) above. Any unauthorized use or disclosure of this information is prohibited. If you have received this e-mail by mistake, please delete it and immediately contact the sender.jcampbellSun Feb 02 15:23:34 Z 2014forum1345post9527proj1099 Atopc6437

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG general meeting (collabnet topic id: topc4719)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG general meetingIHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 17/04/2012 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC Hello Implementation SIG, https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/982485904 (my first time scheduling using go to meeting, so I hope it works) Meeting ID: 982-485-904 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601Here is the link to go to meeting Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. RF2 - discussion, review of Harold's business document, module ID 3. Any follow up from the Terminfo presentation 4. AOBbknightMon Jun 18 22:04:25 Z 2012forum1345post6862proj1099 Atopc4719
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG general meetingHi guys sorry not used to postings on collabnet. the Implementation SIG meeting is tomorrow JUne 19th, 13:00 - 14:30 UTC I apologize for getting the date wrong bkbknightTue Jun 19 02:25:46 Z 2012forum1345post6863proj1099post6862Atopc4719

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 25th June 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc5948)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Meeting; 25th June 2013 @ 13:00 - 14:30 UTCDear Implementation SIG, Here are the agenda and details of the Implementation SIG call on 25th June 2013. Draft Agenda 1. Welcome 2. Update on Terms of Reference 3. SNOMED CT API discussion -- follow up 4. Update from I&I committee & SIA scheme (tentative) 5. Use of mailing lists & improving collaboration 6. AOB Regards, Jay & Beverly Call details: GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/585416448 Goto Meeting ID: 585-416-448 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #4, Pass Code 54362# Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 BELGIUM +3228087755 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 CYPRUS NICOSIA +35722030509 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 ESTONIA TALLINN +372 6680309 FINLAND +358942415756 FRANCE +33975182170 GERMANY KÖLN +4922182829008 HONG KONG HONG KONG +85258083216 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 MALTA VALETTA +35627780172 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 POLAND WARZAW +48223070624 SINGAPORE SINGAPORE +65 31581162 SPAIN MADRID +34911875628 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 SWITZERLAND BERN +41315280363 SLOVENIA LJUBLJANA +38616002717 SLOVAK REPUBLIC BRATISLAVA +421233006932 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601jkolaThu Jun 20 13:09:32 Z 2013forum1345post8668proj1099 Atopc5948

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 26, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3386)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 26, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: July 26, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The draft agenda and the minutes from the previous meeting on July 12 are ready for review and can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011.2011_07_jul?_message=1311355610957 Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkFri Jul 22 17:29:56 Z 2011forum1345post4848proj1099 Atopc3386
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 26, 2011 - meeting detailsDear all, Tom Seabury from NHS, UK will be presenting tomorrow's Implementation SIG webinar on the management of inactive concepts in SNOMED CT, using substitution tables. Below is an abstract of the talk provided by Tom.... Cheers, Jay Title: UK provision of a table of substitutions for inactive SNOMED CT concepts Abstract: SNOMED CT concepts are subject to changes in their status; they can be inactivated. The way that such changes in concept status are recorded within the SNOMED CT release files is by use of ‘The History Mechanism’, as documented by IHTSDO. This mechanism is mostly a standard way for SNOMED CT authors to record the changes. When confronted with new releases of SNOMED CT the implementer is challenged to know how to act when a concept which they had included in their system design, or which has been recorded in a clinical record is one which no longer has an active status. The presentation will illustrate the work of the UK Terminology Centre to provide implementers with a partial solution. This is a table of substitutions; built by following historic relationships and showing which one or more substitute concept the history mechanism identifies as a candidate substitute for the inactive one. Topics Covered: A variety of topics will be addressed in the presentation including; the result of moving concepts between extensions, some complexity in processing the UK history relationships, the extent to which one to-one substitutes are identified, and the responsibilities that belong with the users of the table of substitutions.jkolaMon Jul 25 17:01:10 Z 2011forum1345post4857proj1099post4848Atopc3386
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 26, 2011 - meeting detailsHi The presentation given is now loaded onto the SIG site, along with a wiki page for those who wish to contribute on the topic Links: Document https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/doc4184?nav=1 Wiki https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/InactiveConceptsOrTerms If you are interested to pose questions or elaborate the community understanding on this presentation then please post to the Wiki (Edit the page that exists for example) and also mail myself and the joint chairs of the SIG tom.seabury@nhs.net jay.kola@mohh.com.sg r.cornet@amc.uva.nl regards Tom Seabury Implementation Consultant Implementation and Outreach Group Data Standards and Products, Technology Office Department of Health Informatics Directorate +44 7771 980 354 tom.seabury@nhs.net www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk Supporting the NHS in providing better, safer care by delivering computer services which improve the way patient information is stored and accessed. -----Original Message----- From: Jay Kola [mailto:jay.kola@mohh.com.sg] Sent: 25 July 2011 18:01 To: isignoti-implementation_sig Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting July 26, 2011 - meeting details Dear all, Tom Seabury from NHS, UK will be presenting tomorrow's Implementation SIG webinar on the management of inactive concepts in SNOMED CT, using substitution tables. Below is an abstract of the talk provided by Tom.... Cheers, Jay Title: UK provision of a table of substitutions for inactive SNOMED CT concepts Abstract: SNOMED CT concepts are subject to changes in their status; they can be inactivated. The way that such changes in concept status are recorded within the SNOMED CT release files is by use of ‘The History Mechanism’, as documented by IHTSDO. This mechanism is mostly a standard way for SNOMED CT authors to record the changes. When confronted with new releases of SNOMED CT the implementer is challenged to know how to act when a concept which they had included in their system design, or which has been recorded in a clinical record is one which no longer has an active status. The presentation will illustrate the work of the UK Terminology Centre to provide implementers with a partial solution. This is a table of substitutions; built by following historic relationships and showing which one or more substitute concept the history mechanism identifies as a candidate substitute for the inactive one. Topics Covered: A variety of topics will be addressed in the presentation including; the result of moving concepts between extensions, some complexity in processing the UK history relationships, the extent to which one to-one substitutes are identified, and the responsibilities that belong with the users of the table of substitutions. _______________________________________________ General Group Notifications https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post4857 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere For more information and to find out how you can switch, visit www.connectingforhealth.nhs.uk/nhsmail ********************************************************************************************************************tseaburyWed Jul 27 11:55:53 Z 2011forum1345post4869proj1099post4857Atopc3386

IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 13th @1315 UTC Webinar; A conceptual process to capture microscopic findings by the surgical pathologist (collabnet topic id: topc6692)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 13th @1315 UTC Webinar; A conceptual process to capture microscopic findings by the surgical pathologistHello thanks to Tom Seabury for highlighting this presenter. I would like to thank Walter Campbell for agreeing to present. the abstract: For over 100 years, the diagnostic process in anatomic pathology has consisted largely of identifying and synthesizing diagnostically important tissue morphometries, tissue architectures, and intranuclear features observed by a pathologist using light microscopy to reach a diagnostic conclusion. The emergence of digital whole slide imaging as a plausible diagnostic modality allows the examining pathologist to markup and annotate diagnostic tissue morphologic features. An overview of a developing process to capture pathologist findings using SNOMED CT is presented using breast biopsy examples. Implementation and terminology issues will be discussed and feedback is welcomed! webinar logistics May 13th, 1315 UTC (calls are typically scheduled for 90 min but often end approx 60 min) we will use GoToMeeting's built-in audio, go to meeting id is 891 582 181 NOTE, we are starting a bit later than usual to accommodate our presenter (just 15 min later than usual) thankyou Beverly & AmybknightTue Apr 29 16:41:59 Z 2014forum1345post9905proj1099 Atopc6692
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: May 13th @1315 UTC Webinar; A conceptual process to capture microscopic findings by the surgical pathologisthi this is a reminder of the webinar tuesday may 13th the webinar will start at 1315 and at 1300 utc Tom will provide some highlights of the IHTSDO meetings in Copenhagen. Presenter - Scott Campbell (Walter Scott Campbell) the abstract: For over 100 years, the diagnostic process in anatomic pathology has consisted largely of identifying and synthesizing diagnostically important tissue morphometries, tissue architectures, and intranuclear features observed by a pathologist using light microscopy to reach a diagnostic conclusion. The emergence of digital whole slide imaging as a plausible diagnostic modality allows the examining pathologist to markup and annotate diagnostic tissue morphologic features. An overview of a developing process to capture pathologist findings using SNOMED CT is presented using breast biopsy examples. Implementation and terminology issues will be discussed and feedback is welcomed! webinar logistics calls are scheduled for 90 min but often end approx 60 min we will use GoToMeeting's built-in audio, go to meeting id is 891 582 181bknightMon May 12 14:53:02 Z 2014forum1345post9941proj1099post9905Atopc6692

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting October 4, 2011 - meeting details (collabnet topic id: topc3774)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG meeting October 4, 2011 - meeting detailsHello Implementation SIG, Here are the coordinates for the upcoming Implementation SIG meeting: Date: October 4, 2011 Time: 13:00-14:30 UTC GoTo meeting link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/join/500146712 GoTo meeting ID: 500-146-712 Conference call: IHTSDO Line #3, Pass Code 54362# The agenda can be found on Collabnet here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2011?_message=1317416768998 Dial in codes AUSTRALIA BRISBANE +61 731234424 CANADA TORONTO +1 4168000350 DENMARK COPENHAGEN +45 43396372 LITHUANIA VILNIUS +370 52058946 NETHERLANDS AMSTERDAM +31 202629995 NEW ZEALAND AUCKLAND +64 99250305 SWEDEN STOCKHOLM +46 852507971 UNITED KINGDOM BIRMINGHAM +44 1213142062 UNITED STATES CHICAGO +1 3124966622 UNITED STATES LOS ANGELES +1 2133253224 UNITED STATES WASHINGTON +1 2022924256 Softphone users World ext 1601mstarkFri Sep 30 21:08:12 Z 2011forum1345post5380proj1099 Atopc3774

IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 11th 2014, 2100 - 2230 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meeting (collabnet topic id: topc6546)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 11th 2014, 2100 - 2230 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingHello here is a draft agenda for the call tomorrow • Introductions and review of agenda • Overview of materials provided • Discuss options for where we go next on this topic Meeting Details: GoTo meeting link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/meeting/join/891582181 Goto Meeting ID: 891-582-181 Audio: GoToMeeting's dial-in or built-in audio facilities Audio Facilities: Please see details at: http://goo.gl/R2JUi thankyou BeverlybknightMon Mar 10 11:31:08 Z 2014forum1345post9690proj1099 Atopc6546
RE; IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 11th 2014, 2100 - 2230 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingHello a reminder that daylight savings time change has occurred in some parts of the world we will keep this time as it was scheduled 6 weeks ago. but will consider changing for future calls the time is still 2100 UTC today thankyou BeverlybknightTue Mar 11 17:55:38 Z 2014forum1345post9696proj1099post9690Atopc6546
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: March 11th 2014, 2100 - 2230 UTC-Joint Implementation and Mapping SIG Allergy meetingthe minutes can be found here https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2014.2014_03?_message=1394764380750 Look forward to the next joint meeting of the map and implementation SIG March 25th, 1300 -1430 UTC BeverlybknightFri Mar 14 02:34:25 Z 2014forum1345post9707proj1099post9690Atopc6546

General__Discussions

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT in zthes format (collabnet topic id: topc2762)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT in zthes formatHi All, I have been made aware of a use case in the UK for SNOMED CT in zthes format. Attempting a conversion to this format on the face of it appears a daunting task. I was wondering if anyone had any experience of converting to this format or knowledge of anyone who has already done it. Any information or knowledge of experiences would be helpful. Thanks GwengsmithTue Jan 11 10:19:56 Z 2011forum1348post3614proj1099 Atopc2762

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated SNOMED allergy class diagram (collabnet topic id: topc7559)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated SNOMED allergy class diagramVisio (XML) and .png image file attachedbgoldbergTue Jul 14 18:29:39 Z 2015forum1348post11340proj1099 Atopc7559

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Thougths arising from the Implementation SIG discussions on SNOMED CT Identifiers (2011 proposal) (collabnet topic id: topc2797)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Thougths arising from the Implementation SIG discussions on SNOMED CT Identifiers (2011 proposal)The current standard is in place and in use, there is a variation to that proposed and under consultation as of February 2011, and this was notifited to the attendees on the SIG call of Feb 8th 2011 The major requirements for the SNOMED CT component IDs govern its behaviour, a few thought on these follow, I dont know if this will be one thread, let the community decide. My understanding is that: The existing standard has been written or interpreted such that concepts moving between 'owning' Release Centres (or Centers!) have their existing Id retired, and a new one issued, relying then on the use of the history mechanism to tie these together. In some cases they do not tie together at all if say, there is a slight semantic change made between the donor and receiver Release Centres. * That there is value in having an Identifier remain unchanged if the semantics are unchanged i.e. if it is the same concept. * That two rationales are known for the past introduction of the Namespace into the componentID 1) to ensure a simple method by which uniqueness of IDs can be guaranteed 2) to ensure that the owner of any component can always be found Of these two it is not clear what, if any, value is routinely derived by actual implementers from 2) above. It presumably does play some role in making things simpler (not necessarially simple) for Release Centres. It is almost certainly reflected in the tooling for Release Centres. Regarding 'Knowing which particular release was used in creation of a clincal record entry which carries SNOMED CT content': It was suggested on the SIG call (Feb 8th) that it is desirable or recommended to retain alongside every use of a clinical concept from SNOMED CT in a clincal record that the Edition {perhaps meaning Edition plus release identifier} is also associated with the SNOMED CT ComponentID (say the ConceptID or the DescriptionID) My understanding is that while this is notionally a good practice, it is unlikely to gain popularity for a range of reasons including the extent of change that this would require to existing products and systems, and the difficulty in extending all aspects of the SNOMED CT standard to accommodate say [ConceptID + Edition and particular release identifiers]. Consider for example the impact on compositional grammar for queries that have been prepared, or the revision this would need to the existing uses of SNOMED CT identifiers such as in Continua specifications. The introduction of RF2 brings some changes, but the fundamental point remains the same, that without the storage of both the SNOMED CT ComponentID plus one other piece of information which states the exact release it was from, then there is no definitive way to know what modelling was in use at the time it was recorded. RF2 plus the 'SNOMED CT Identifiers 2011' proposed change will add to RF2 but not to RF1 the identification of the current owner into the ModuleID. This however does not itself indicate which particular Edition and Release a concept was from when it is used. So it would seem that Module ID is a way to indicate the owner at any time, but not to indicate what modelling was in use at the time that a record was made which use the concept. Namespaces and ModuleIDs Namespaces are the formal way in which bodies who have the authority to generate SNOMED CT ComponentIDs are regulated, they need their namespaceID allocated via the IHTSDO process. There are currently no less than 107 formally recognised namespaces, whether in use or not. ModuleIDs include the Namespace within their componentID (assuming that Modules are Components) ModuleID: RF2 introduces ModuleIDs which are not included in the RF1 standard, so elements of back compatibility are not guaranteed. From the call today I understood that ModuleIDs each 'belong to' one and only one Namespace. Our lexicon that is used in relation to, say, Editions: There is scope for some simple diagrammatic representation of the lexicon we use in relation to Editions, as far as I know : An 'Edition' is periodically released, each of which is a 'Relase' and an Edition is prepared by a Release Centre, this could be a National Release Centre or IHTSDO itself. There is no reason that I know of why a Sub-Natinonal Release Centre should not have its own Edition. Please do correct, challenge or add your own emhasis to these and related topics! KINDLY do NOT add contributions here instead of responding to the formal review of the SNOMED CT Identifiers proposal. Tom SeaburytseaburyWed Feb 09 14:18:34 Z 2011forum1348post3693proj1099 Atopc2797
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Thougths arising from the Implementation SIG discussions on SNOMED CT Identifiers (2011 proposal)Tom, Thank you for your summary below and identification of other issues not fully expressed in the current CR proposal. As an aside to your comments around version, which I agree is critical to understanding the state-current modeling of content, recognition of this by HL7 has resulted in the addition of a version component to all of the coded value data types in both version 2.x and version 3. So while mechanisms exist to communicate the version used to create the coded content, you are completely correct that many, if not most of the vendor systems in existence do not have the capacity to store or manage this information. The other observation that I would like to reinforce after our discussion yesterday was Ronald's comment on an expectation that any system that uses SCT identifiers would be expected to have access to the full terminology in order to ascertain many metadata attributes of any coded value. To try to view and interpret any identifier without access to the full source terminology is going to be fraught with many other problems besides knowing who is responsible for managing it. Still doesn't address the version issue, however. Jim James T. Case MS, DVM, PhD Health Program Specialist, SNOMED CT National Library of Medicine/NIH Office: 301-594-9152 Cell: 301-412-9287 james.case@mail.nih.gov -----Original Message----- From: Tom Seabury (ihtsdo UK) [mailto:tom.seabury@nhs.net] Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2011 6:19 AM To: isiggend-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Thougths arising from the Implementation SIG discussions on SNOMED CT Identifiers (2011 proposal) The current standard is in place and in use, there is a variation to that proposed and under consultation as of February 2011, and this was notifited to the attendees on the SIG call of Feb 8th 2011 The major requirements for the SNOMED CT component IDs govern its behaviour, a few thought on these follow, I dont know if this will be one thread, let the community decide. My understanding is that: The existing standard has been written or interpreted such that concepts moving between 'owning' Release Centres (or Centers!) have their existing Id retired, and a new one issued, relying then on the use of the history mechanism to tie these together. In some cases they do not tie together at all if say, there is a slight semantic change made between the donor and receiver Release Centres. * That there is value in having an Identifier remain unchanged if the semantics are unchanged i.e. if it is the same concept. * That two rationales are known for the past introduction of the Namespace into the componentID 1) to ensure a simple method by which uniqueness of IDs can be guaranteed 2) to ensure that the owner of any component can always be found Of these two it is not clear what, if any, value is routinely derived by actual implementers from 2) above. It presumably does play some role in making things simpler (not necessarially simple) for Release Centres. It is almost certainly reflected in the tooling for Release Centres. Regarding 'Knowing which particular release was used in creation of a clincal record entry which carries SNOMED CT content': It was suggested on the SIG call (Feb 8th) that it is desirable or recommended to retain alongside every use of a clinical concept from SNOMED CT in a clincal record that the Edition {perhaps meaning Edition plus release identifier} is also associated with the SNOMED CT ComponentID (say the ConceptID or the DescriptionID) My understanding is that while this is notionally a good practice, it is unlikely to gain popularity for a range of reasons including the extent of change that this would require to existing products and systems, and the difficulty in extending all aspects of the SNOMED CT standard to accommodate say [ConceptID + Edition and particular release identifiers]. Consider for example the impact on compositional grammar for queries that have been prepared, or the revision this would need to the existing uses of SNOMED CT identifiers such as in Continua specifications. The introduction of RF2 brings some changes, but the fundamental point remains the same, that without the storage of both the SNOMED CT ComponentID plus one other piece of information which states the exact release it was from, then there is no definitive way to know what modelling was in use at the time it was recorded. RF2 plus the 'SNOMED CT Identifiers 2011' proposed change will add to RF2 but not to RF1 the identification of the current owner into the ModuleID. This however does not itself indicate which particular Edition and Release a concept was from when it is used. So it would seem that Module ID is a way to indicate the owner at any time, but not to indicate what modelling was in use at the time that a record was made which use the concept. Namespaces and ModuleIDs Namespaces are the formal way in which bodies who have the authority to generate SNOMED CT ComponentIDs are regulated, they need their namespaceID allocated via the IHTSDO process. There are currently no less than 107 formally recognised namespaces, whether in use or not. ModuleIDs include the Namespace within their componentID (assuming that Modules are Components) ModuleID: RF2 introduces ModuleIDs which are not included in the RF1 standard, so elements of back compatibility are not guaranteed. From the call today I understood that ModuleIDs each 'belong to' one and only one Namespace. Our lexicon that is used in relation to, say, Editions: There is scope for some simple diagrammatic representation of the lexicon we use in relation to Editions, as far as I know : An 'Edition' is periodically released, each of which is a 'Relase' and an Edition is prepared by a Release Centre, this could be a National Release Centre or IHTSDO itself. There is no reason that I know of why a Sub-Natinonal Release Centre should not have its own Edition. Please do correct, challenge or add your own emhasis to these and related topics! KINDLY do NOT add contributions here instead of responding to the formal review of the SNOMED CT Identifiers proposal. Tom Seabury _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post3693jcaseWed Feb 09 15:00:44 Z 2011forum1348post3694proj1099post3693Atopc2797
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Thougths arising from the Implementation SIG discussions on SNOMED CT Identifiers (2011 proposal)This is a somewhat late response, but I have only just come across this thread. On the subject of identifying the specific version of the "Release" that a Concept was selected from, this can be done by using a combination of a moduleId and a timestamp (effective time). The important thing to note is that the moduleId to use is *not* that associated with the Concept in question, but the root moduleId that identifies all the modules that it depends on, as listed in the Module Dependency Reference Set. To be more explicit: * RF2 requires entries in the Module Dependency Reference Set (there is only one) that list all the dependencies between modules; * it is not permitted to release only parts of a module Thus, a "Release" must consist of the the entire contents of some set of modules, and a coherent/consistent release would need to also ensure that this set included all dependent modules. Normally, there would be a single module in this set such that all the other modules were (transitively) depended on (i.e., it would be the root of a directed graph of dependencies). If not, then an extra module could be created who's sole purpose was to act as the single root module for the dependency graph. This module, then, would be the one that is used to unambiguously identify the "Release", and in combination with an appropriate effective time would unambiguously identify a "Versioned Release" A proposal based on this was first presented to the Technical Committee at the April 2011 meeting, and a revised version will be discussed at the April 2012 meeting. michaelmlawleyTue Apr 24 14:17:29 Z 2012forum1348post6548proj1099post3693Atopc2797

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Examples of other cross reactivities and contraindications for possible use cases (collabnet topic id: topc7561)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Examples of other cross reactivities and contraindications for possible use casesTable attachedbgoldbergTue Jul 14 18:42:23 Z 2015forum1348post11342proj1099 Atopc7561

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping to--from SNOMED CT - Activities feedback (collabnet topic id: topc6232)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping to/from SNOMED CT - Activities feedbackHi Jay One of the biggest challenges we have encountered in mapping work within the Nursing SIG and elsewhere have featured the following issues or considerations: * Differences of granularity between the two schemes * Classification type concepts that do not define an actual concept e.g. Not elsewhere classified, other, etc * Differences between the approaches taken for value sets related to observables, e.g. abilities for activities of daily living * Differences between the editorial principles of the two schemas, making addressing gap analysis's difficult, especially the pre-coordination debate * Attempting to use a map in a direction that is counterintuitive, e.g. from a classification designed for aggregation to a terminology designed for an individual person's record * Ambiguity and/or poor quality descriptions in the scheme being mapped * Compound descriptions e.g. x, y and/or z * Content being excluded from the international edition despite being in use in multiple jurisdictions making mapping of international schemes difficult In the Nursing SIG examples have included * C-HOBIC * ICNP * ICF * Other nursing terminologies and classifications Many of these pieces of work have identified content requirements in SNOMED CT and enhanced the content in relevant area, however the capacity of the international authoring team has meant the content development has been deferred in some cases for many years. The other cause for delay has been the prolonged review processes for editorial principles for observable entities and pre-coordination. Regards Zac Whitewood-Moores Clinical Data Standards Specialist Information Standards Delivery, Solution Design, Standards & Assurance Health & Social Care Information Centre Tel: 0113 397 3353 Email: zac.whitewood-moores@hscic.gov.uk<mailto:zac.whitewood-moores@hscic.gov.uk> Web: http://www.hscic.gov.uk<http://www.hscic.gov.uk/> For general enquiries please call 0845 300 6016 or email enquiries@hscic.gov.uk<x-msg://921/enquiries@hscic.gov.uk> On 1 Nov 2013, at 07:29, Jay Kola <jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com<mailto:jay.kola@biomedicalontologies.com>> wrote: Warning this message contains links that it has not been possible to verify as safe. You should only click on the links if you are sure they are from a trusted source. Dear all, We discussed the Mapping to SNOMED CT document recently at the face to face meeting. We've since been contacted by the Mapping SIG asking us for examples of real world mapping activities we are involved in and how the Mapping SIG can work with us on providing guidance for a few implementation use cases. We'd like to poll the Implementation SIG community on any mapping activities that members are involved in. This will help us identify some use cases that we can work on with the Mapping SIG. Please include some details of the mapping activity (e.g. source & target coding systems, domain, ongoing vs planned, challenges, etc) in your responses. You can send your responses by replying to this post. Regards, Jay & Beverly _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post9170 ******************************************************************************************************************** This message may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient please inform the sender that you have received the message in error before deleting it. Please do not disclose, copy or distribute information in this e-mail or take any action in reliance on its contents: to do so is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. Thank you for your co-operation. NHSmail is the secure email and directory service available for all NHS staff in England and Scotland NHSmail is approved for exchanging patient data and other sensitive information with NHSmail and GSi recipients NHSmail provides an email address for your career in the NHS and can be accessed anywhere ********************************************************************************************************************zwhitewoodFri Nov 01 08:28:09 Z 2013forum1348post9173proj1099 Atopc6232

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Propensity and sensitivity test (collabnet topic id: topc7560)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Propensity and sensitivity testWith regards to the discussion centering around propensity and testing, the current wording of “sensitivity test” would indeed imply a direct relationship between a positive test and propensity. I would interpret “sensitivity test” as a challenge test in which the individual is exposed to a substance to see if they react clinically. On the other hand, most allergy tests (skin or in vitro) represent “sensitization tests”. These tests would predict clinical sensitivity (propensity) in the context of an appropriate clinical history i.e. a patient with known exposure usually experiencing rapid onset of symptoms compatible with mast cell activation. Perhaps a footnote accompanying the diagram to this effect would be beneficial.bgoldbergTue Jul 14 18:39:30 Z 2015forum1348post11341proj1099 Atopc7560

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussion (collabnet topic id: topc4443)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionAt past meetings of the Implementation SIG there was an appetite to develop a common understanding of things relating to RF2 introductiuon. This is a contribution to that. In the interests of sharing a view on what is important to know about the effects of the introduction of RF2 the attached document has been prepared. I hope this will both illustrate what sort of questions are likely to be relevant to those who work with SNOMED CT, and also illustrate some of the options which are credible. The document does not set out to identify preferences, that is for decision locally. I have cut and paste a section of this document into the wiki page here: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/RF2ForNationalReleaseCenters?_message=1333615102112 Please do make contributions to the WIKI so that we can improve this document regards Tom SeaburytseaburyThu Apr 05 08:41:13 Z 2012forum1348post6472proj1099 Atopc4443
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionThe WIKI has been updated to incorporate the content from all three sections in the document on this thread, the hope is that others will add to the text in the wiki in the three subsections listed :- https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/RF2Topics About editing in the Wiki: The wiki editing tool can at the worst of times be frustrating, I suggest you avoid attempts to do fancy fonts, indents etc. unless you are very happy with html editing. The syntax when seen in the plain text editor is to put \\ at the end of each line and to use !! at the start of headings. There is a wiki syntax help page you should find when in the editing mode. WIKI etiquette In general try to append comments without overwriting a passage with something entirely different or opposite. To do nothing is perhaps worse than to do something with good intent that is distruptive.tseaburyTue Apr 17 15:44:28 Z 2012forum1348post6528proj1099post6472Atopc4443
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionTo continue on Tom's mention of "RF2 and middleware providers" and the idea of unpacking RF2 artefacts, the idea of "implementing as RF2 (or RF1)" should be discussed. (I won't add to the wiki yet as it's purely my opinion and likely contentious). It should be remembered that the specifications for which ever release format are simply the formal structure for how SCT should be distributed. But it not necessarily how it needs to be implemented. For either format the distribution format is aimed at reliable distribution of the data - for which speed and size are probably not considerations or limitations. Consideration should be given to transforming the data into a structure suited to the application. Specifically: * The data is distibuted in a normalised format, denomarlisation might be worthwhile to improve performance. * Removal of unneccesary data (for the given application) - Most solutions are likely to be centered on recording data, hence only the active components are actually relevant. Additionally for RF2 - I think much of the confusion is due to the volume of data and aretfacts it makes available. I think the main difference with RF2 is the self-referencing nature of it.e.g. Using concept enumerations (so there's no need to look up any documentation to find out what a "conceptStatus = 5"). It's all in the data. But with that, comes a lot of artefacts that probably aren't relevant for most applications... "Relationship refinability refset" - unless the application postcoordinating I don't see much use. "Reference set descriptor" - If the implementer knows the structure of the reference sets they're implementing (from documentation?), probably not required. and so on.. And finally, I've noticed that the term 'reference sets' tends to get overused, when people actually mean subsets (in the most generic sense). Reference sets are a mechanism for distributing subsets of Snomed, but they're not necessarilly required if they're not distributed. Where the subset is just intended for use in a picklist - a list of concept Id's and descriptions is probably enough. Whilst I think NRC's (and some 3rd party suppliers) should continue to comply to the distibution format - and require guidance to do so. Implementation guidance for system providers- might benefit from a focus on "how to consume" Clinical end users - I'm not sure... whilst they might drive adoption/demand snomed, any required guidance would seem as similar to relevant HTML5 guidance? (Though there's certainly some clinicians, who might be interested in the system provider guidance). Regards, Matt.mcordellThu Apr 19 00:33:21 Z 2012forum1348post6542proj1099post6472Atopc4443
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionI'm unclear as to the focal point of Matt's missive. If it is the notion that RF2 is not how everyone wants to use SCT then I can only but agree. If he is saying that "releases" from the national centre should come in various flavours then I disagree, although I don't necessarily want to stay with RF2 (I hope a more usable design will appear in time). I believe it is self evident that system developers need a very much cut down version for their own client specialities and effort should go in to supporting easier development of subsets. It would be interesting to know which applications ( systems developers) want to use ALL of SCT. I exclude national services such as the NHS or Canada Healthway from this question. I doubt there is anyone at all, expect perhaps ourselves, but that is because we are doing Medical NLP which can't readily cut down its topic span- in fact that is what it is trying to do - cutdown the subset computationally. With each project we do there is an increasing number of requests to assist in creating subsets - that is the way most clinicians want to work. In fact we have seen and implementation in Cerner Millenium for EDs that had diagnoses such as "wasting disease in piglets" which made a laughing stock of the whole implementation. I am growing more and more of the opinion that the real need for expanding the sue of SCT is in supporting the development of a subset creation methodology. The easier it is to make subsets the faster developers and users will begin commissioning it. cheers Jon On 19/04/2012, at 10:33 AM, Matthew Cordell (ihtsdo AU) wrote: > > To continue on Tom's mention of "RF2 and middleware providers" and the idea of unpacking RF2 artefacts, the idea of "implementing as RF2 (or RF1)" should be discussed. > > (I won't add to the wiki yet as it's purely my opinion and likely contentious). > > It should be remembered that the specifications for which ever release format are simply the formal structure for how SCT should be distributed. But it not necessarily how it needs to be implemented. > > For either format the distribution format is aimed at reliable distribution of the data - for which speed and size are probably not considerations or limitations. Consideration should be given to transforming the data into a structure suited to the application. > Specifically: > * The data is distibuted in a normalised format, denomarlisation might be worthwhile to improve performance. > * Removal of unneccesary data (for the given application) > - Most solutions are likely to be centered on recording data, hence only the active components are actually relevant. > > Additionally for RF2 - I think much of the confusion is due to the volume of data and aretfacts it makes available. > I think the main difference with RF2 is the self-referencing nature of it.e.g. Using concept enumerations (so there's no need to look up any documentation to find out what a "conceptStatus = 5"). It's all in the data. > > But with that, comes a lot of artefacts that probably aren't relevant for most applications... > "Relationship refinability refset" - unless the application postcoordinating I don't see much use. > "Reference set descriptor" - If the implementer knows the structure of the reference sets they're implementing (from documentation?), probably not required. > and so on.. > > > And finally, I've noticed that the term 'reference sets' tends to get overused, when people actually mean subsets (in the most generic sense). > Reference sets are a mechanism for distributing subsets of Snomed, but they're not necessarilly required if they're not distributed. > Where the subset is just intended for use in a picklist - a list of concept Id's and descriptions is probably enough. > > > Whilst I think NRC's (and some 3rd party suppliers) should continue to comply to the distibution format - and require guidance to do so. > Implementation guidance for system providers- might benefit from a focus on "how to consume" > Clinical end users - I'm not sure... whilst they might drive adoption/demand snomed, any required guidance would seem as similar to relevant HTML5 guidance? > (Though there's certainly some clinicians, who might be interested in the system provider guidance). > > Regards, > Matt. > _______________________________________________ > General Discussions > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6542 Professor Jon Patrick jon.patrick@sydney.edu.au Health Information Technologies Research Laboratory: www.it.usyd.edu.au/~hitrujpatrickMon Apr 23 07:41:19 Z 2012forum1348post6545proj1099post6542Atopc4443
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionTo clarify - I'm certainly not saying NRC's should provide different flavours. But that there's a variety of approaches implementers could use when incorporating SCT in their product - so I think we agree :) The complexity and range of features in the product can be intimidating and indicating that not every solution needs to implement every feature can make it easier to get started. I guess an analogy for where I'm coming from might be a developer writing some app for a mobile device (not necessarily a health care app). Their target platform will have dozens of features such as GPS, camera, wifi, telephony, Bluetooth, usb connectivity, accelerometers etc... If they're writing an app that simply calculates how to "split the bill at dinner" - they don't actually need to know anything about most of these features. However, a good developer might at least know these features are available, and as a result might build a more "feature rich" application. Your example of the ED product using "wasting disease in piglets" is unfortunate as it could have been avoided with a simple filter. Relevant subsets already exist, so the problem here seems to have been a lack of awareness of these and that they should be used. It is possible to create a subset easily already (depending on the intentions), and without any 'special' tooling. So it seems this is an area guidance can be developed for. Are you able to suggest an example usecase? Thanks. Matt Cordell nehta - National E-Health Transition Authority -----Original Message----- From: Jon Patrick [mailto:jonpat@it.usyd.edu.au] Sent: Monday, 23 April 2012 3:43 AM To: isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussion I'm unclear as to the focal point of Matt's missive. If it is the notion that RF2 is not how everyone wants to use SCT then I can only but agree. If he is saying that "releases" from the national centre should come in various flavours then I disagree, although I don't necessarily want to stay with RF2 (I hope a more usable design will appear in time). I believe it is self evident that system developers need a very much cut down version for their own client specialities and effort should go in to supporting easier development of subsets. It would be interesting to know which applications ( systems developers) want to use ALL of SCT. I exclude national services such as the NHS or Canada Healthway from this question. I doubt there is anyone at all, expect perhaps ourselves, but that is because we are doing Medical NLP which can't readily cut down its topic span- in fact that is what it is trying to do - cutdown the subset computationally. With each project we do there is an increasing number of requests to assist in creating subsets - that is the way most clinicians want to work. In fact we have seen and implementation in Cerner Millenium for EDs that had diagnoses such as "wasting disease in piglets" which made a laughing stock of the whole implementation. I am growing more and more of the opinion that the real need for expanding the sue of SCT is in supporting the development of a subset creation methodology. The easier it is to make subsets the faster developers and users will begin commissioning it. cheers Jon On 19/04/2012, at 10:33 AM, Matthew Cordell (ihtsdo AU) wrote: > > To continue on Tom's mention of "RF2 and middleware providers" and the idea of unpacking RF2 artefacts, the idea of "implementing as RF2 (or RF1)" should be discussed. > > (I won't add to the wiki yet as it's purely my opinion and likely contentious). > > It should be remembered that the specifications for which ever release format are simply the formal structure for how SCT should be distributed. But it not necessarily how it needs to be implemented. > > For either format the distribution format is aimed at reliable distribution of the data - for which speed and size are probably not considerations or limitations. Consideration should be given to transforming the data into a structure suited to the application. > Specifically: > * The data is distibuted in a normalised format, denomarlisation might be worthwhile to improve performance. > * Removal of unneccesary data (for the given application) > - Most solutions are likely to be centered on recording data, hence only the active components are actually relevant. > > Additionally for RF2 - I think much of the confusion is due to the volume of data and aretfacts it makes available. > I think the main difference with RF2 is the self-referencing nature of it.e.g. Using concept enumerations (so there's no need to look up any documentation to find out what a "conceptStatus = 5"). It's all in the data. > > But with that, comes a lot of artefacts that probably aren't relevant for most applications... > "Relationship refinability refset" - unless the application postcoordinating I don't see much use. > "Reference set descriptor" - If the implementer knows the structure of the reference sets they're implementing (from documentation?), probably not required. > and so on.. > > > And finally, I've noticed that the term 'reference sets' tends to get overused, when people actually mean subsets (in the most generic sense). > Reference sets are a mechanism for distributing subsets of Snomed, but they're not necessarilly required if they're not distributed. > Where the subset is just intended for use in a picklist - a list of concept Id's and descriptions is probably enough. > > > Whilst I think NRC's (and some 3rd party suppliers) should continue to comply to the distibution format - and require guidance to do so. > Implementation guidance for system providers- might benefit from a focus on "how to consume" > Clinical end users - I'm not sure... whilst they might drive adoption/demand snomed, any required guidance would seem as similar to relevant HTML5 guidance? > (Though there's certainly some clinicians, who might be interested in the system provider guidance). > > Regards, > Matt. > _______________________________________________ > General Discussions > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6542 Professor Jon Patrick jon.patrick@sydney.edu.au Health Information Technologies Research Laboratory: www.it.usyd.edu.au/~hitru _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6545 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net The information contained in this e-mail message and any accompanying files is or may be privileged or confidential. 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Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionOn 24/04/2012, at 2:25 AM, Matthew Cordell wrote: > > To clarify - I'm certainly not saying NRC's should provide different > flavours. But that there's a variety of approaches implementers could > use when incorporating SCT in their product - so I think we agree :) yes > The complexity and range of features in the product can be intimidating > and indicating that not every solution needs to implement every feature > can make it easier to get started. yes > > I guess an analogy for where I'm coming from might be a developer > writing some app for a mobile device (not necessarily a health care > app). > Their target platform will have dozens of features such as GPS, camera, > wifi, telephony, Bluetooth, usb connectivity, accelerometers etc... > If they're writing an app that simply calculates how to "split the bill > at dinner" - they don't actually need to know anything about most of > these features. > However, a good developer might at least know these features are > available, and as a result might build a more "feature rich" > application. I think this is too hypothetical to be useful. The SCT developers really have to come to grips with one thing and (mostly) deliver it into the interface in some form. > > Your example of the ED product using "wasting disease in piglets" is > unfortunate as it could have been avoided with a simple filter. Relevant > subsets already exist, so the problem here seems to have been a lack of > awareness of these and that they should be used. True but is this not part of the problem. We have very large organisations like NSWHealth and Cerner creating implementations that are nonsensical and negatively effecting doctors attitudes to SCT. > > It is possible to create a subset easily already (depending on the > intentions), and without any 'special' tooling. So it seems this is an > area guidance can be developed for. Are you able to suggest an example > usecase? Not sure what sort of a usecase you want. We have the use case of EDs and I understand NEHTA has created 4 ED subsets. I'm not sure why they have 4 but that alone should create a lovely use case for publication. cheers Jon > Thanks. > > Matt Cordell > nehta - National E-Health Transition Authority > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Jon Patrick [mailto:jonpat@it.usyd.edu.au] > Sent: Monday, 23 April 2012 3:43 AM > To: isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net > Subject: Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - > informal document for discussion > > I'm unclear as to the focal point of Matt's missive. If it is the notion > that RF2 is not how everyone wants to use SCT then I can only but agree. > If he is saying that "releases" from the national centre should come in > various flavours then I disagree, although I don't necessarily want to > stay with RF2 (I hope a more usable design will appear in time). > I believe it is self evident that system developers need a very much cut > down version for their own client specialities and effort should go in > to supporting easier development of subsets. > It would be interesting to know which applications ( systems developers) > want to use ALL of SCT. I exclude national services such as the NHS or > Canada Healthway from this question. I doubt there is anyone at all, > expect perhaps ourselves, but that is because we are doing Medical NLP > which can't readily cut down its topic span- in fact that is what it is > trying to do - cutdown the subset computationally. With each project we > do there is an increasing number of requests to assist in creating > subsets - that is the way most clinicians want to work. In fact we have > seen and implementation in Cerner Millenium for EDs that had diagnoses > such as "wasting disease in piglets" which made a laughing stock of the > whole implementation. > > I am growing more and more of the opinion that the real need for > expanding the sue of SCT is in supporting the development of a subset > creation methodology. The easier it is to make subsets the faster > developers and users will begin commissioning it. > cheers > Jon > On 19/04/2012, at 10:33 AM, Matthew Cordell (ihtsdo AU) wrote: > >> >> To continue on Tom's mention of "RF2 and middleware providers" and the > idea of unpacking RF2 artefacts, the idea of "implementing as RF2 (or > RF1)" should be discussed. >> >> (I won't add to the wiki yet as it's purely my opinion and likely > contentious). >> >> It should be remembered that the specifications for which ever release > format are simply the formal structure for how SCT should be > distributed. But it not necessarily how it needs to be implemented. >> >> For either format the distribution format is aimed at reliable > distribution of the data - for which speed and size are probably not > considerations or limitations. Consideration should be given to > transforming the data into a structure suited to the application. >> Specifically: >> * The data is distibuted in a normalised format, denomarlisation might > be worthwhile to improve performance. >> * Removal of unneccesary data (for the given application) >> - Most solutions are likely to be centered on recording data, hence > only the active components are actually relevant. >> >> Additionally for RF2 - I think much of the confusion is due to the > volume of data and aretfacts it makes available. >> I think the main difference with RF2 is the self-referencing nature of > it.e.g. Using concept enumerations (so there's no need to look up any > documentation to find out what a "conceptStatus = 5"). It's all in the > data. >> >> But with that, comes a lot of artefacts that probably aren't relevant > for most applications... >> "Relationship refinability refset" - unless the application > postcoordinating I don't see much use. >> "Reference set descriptor" - If the implementer knows the structure of > the reference sets they're implementing (from documentation?), probably > not required. >> and so on.. >> >> >> And finally, I've noticed that the term 'reference sets' tends to get > overused, when people actually mean subsets (in the most generic sense). >> Reference sets are a mechanism for distributing subsets of Snomed, but > they're not necessarilly required if they're not distributed. >> Where the subset is just intended for use in a picklist - a list of > concept Id's and descriptions is probably enough. >> >> >> Whilst I think NRC's (and some 3rd party suppliers) should continue to > comply to the distibution format - and require guidance to do so. >> Implementation guidance for system providers- might benefit from a > focus on "how to consume" >> Clinical end users - I'm not sure... whilst they might drive > adoption/demand snomed, any required guidance would seem as similar to > relevant HTML5 guidance? >> (Though there's certainly some clinicians, who might be interested in > the system provider guidance). >> >> Regards, >> Matt. >> _______________________________________________ >> General Discussions >> https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6542 > > Professor Jon Patrick > jon.patrick@sydney.edu.au > Health Information Technologies Research Laboratory: > www.it.usyd.edu.au/~hitru > > > > > > > > > _______________________________________________ > > General Discussions > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6545 > To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail > isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net > > > The information contained in this e-mail message and any accompanying files is > or may be privileged or confidential. 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NEHTA does not make any > representations or give any guarantees in respect of the accuracy or > completeness of any information contained in this e-mail or attached files. > Internet communications are not secure, therefore NEHTA does not accept any > liability for the contents of this message or attached files. > > _______________________________________________ > General Discussions > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post6546 Professor Jon Patrick jon.patrick@sydney.edu.au Health Information Technologies Research Laboratory: www.it.usyd.edu.au/~hitrujpatrickWed May 02 23:57:04 Z 2012forum1348post6592proj1099post6542Atopc4443
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Effects of RF2 on various stakeholders - informal document for discussionFurther contemplation has been given to how RF2 will be consumed and is presented in a 60 minute webinar which is available to review on-line The webinar is found on the info.standards site here: http://www.infostandards.org/snomed-ct/uk-snomed-ct-in-release-format-2-an-overview/ The presentation sets out much detail which is generic, applicable in any member country, but also some attention to specifics of the UK, where we release the UK Edition consisting of three elements, the International Core, the UK Clinical Extension, and the UK Drug Extension. It is possible to generalise from the UK specifics to what may also be found in other member countries where there are national Extensions of SNOMED CT.tseaburyThu Aug 15 12:54:26 Z 2013forum1348post8813proj1099post6472Atopc4443

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Rendering of post-coordinated (compositional) expressions (collabnet topic id: topc5970)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Rendering of post-coordinated (compositional) expressionsDuring the recent webinar on - Overview of SNOMED CT User Interface Guidelines and Best Practices by Beverly Knight, a question was asked about guidance around the rendering of post-coordinated expression. This use case involves the creation of 'human friendly' natural language phrases when the clinician uses post-coordination as part of data entry. Some possible reasons for wanting to do this could be: -- To provide the clinician feedback on what they are asserting/recording -- To enable a receiving system to display text, if it is unable to support post-coordination. Have any members done work in this area or aware of work in this area? Regards, JayjkolaThu Jul 11 07:27:31 Z 2013forum1348post8703proj1099 Atopc5970
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Rendering of post-coordinated (compositional) expressionsAs a response to this post, I received a document of past work at NHS, UK from Ian Arrowsmith which I am posting here. Regards, JayjkolaMon Jul 22 12:26:39 Z 2013forum1348post8735proj1099post8703Atopc5970
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Rendering of post-coordinated (compositional) expressionsHi all, This was the focus of my MSc thesis from 2012 I have previously shared the findings of that work with the SIG (07 February 2012) and the the presentation I gave is already on collabnet at https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.educational_material.presentations/doc5384 I am very happy if others wish to contribute to this area, remembering of course that rendering of expressions will always be, to a degree, a language-specific and to a degree a culture-specific activity. Please do get in contact directly (tom.seabury@hscic.gov.uk) or by working together on a WiKi page on the Implementation SIG site. With this *particular challenge*, the maxim seems to be true: 'the search for a general, perfect solution will inhibit any progress'. Regards Tom SeaburytseaburyMon Jul 22 14:39:09 Z 2013forum1348post8736proj1099post8703Atopc5970

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Terms of Reference (collabnet topic id: topc6103)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Implementation SIG Terms of ReferenceHello please find the latest version of the Terms of Reference. this version includes the changes from the IHTSDO officers, comments recieved at the August 27th call as well as David Markwell's responses. in order to get this topic closed off, please advise over the next 2 weeks if you have any concern with this. also welcome any questions - hence why I posted here thx Beverly & JaybknightTue Sep 03 20:59:01 Z 2013forum1348post8933proj1099 Atopc6103

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy related Use Case documentation (collabnet topic id: topc6557)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Allergy related Use Case documentationHello A couple of SIGs within the IHTSDO are trying to provide guidance to the allergy problem/situation that stakeholders are struggling with (including vendors) The Mapping Special Interest Group and the Implementation Special Interest Group have been meeting together to try and tackle the issues. We are aware that HL7 and other like organizations are also looking into this difficult area. Our joint group is asking for specific issues/problems/use cases that vendors and/or anyone else may be having that involves allergies[current reaction or disposition]/intolerances/hypersensitivities/pseudoallergies in relation to SNOMED CT. Can you or anyone you know offer any insight? We want to define the problem(s) before we formulate guidance. Our next meeting is in two weeks - Tuesday, March 25. 1300 utc I have started to put some use cases provided by Ed Cheetham here. Please post use cases here or send use cases to Beverly at bknight@infoway.ca https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/listDocuments/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.projects.adverse_reaction_allergy.use_cases thankyou BeverlybknightMon Mar 17 13:21:29 Z 2014forum1348post9717proj1099 Atopc6557

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated Inclusive Hypersensitivity model (collabnet topic id: topc7577)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated Inclusive Hypersensitivity modelposted on behalf of Kin Wah I’ve updated the inclusive model diagram based on our last call. I was also asked about the origin of Propensity certainty. This is present in several models, including 2 UK models, the Canadian model and the US Federal Health Information Model. In the HL7 Patient Care Work Group model, there is no attribute called certainty, but according to the description of Allergy status, it seems to encompass the notion of certainty. Allergy status : An allergy could be further categorized as: Confirmed - via laboratory testing or witnessed observation or other strong evidence, or Suspected (Unconfirmed) - Patient reported but not further verified by clinical history, diagnostic testing or is uncertain We can talk more on our call. Cheers. -- Kin WahbknightMon Jul 27 20:14:39 Z 2015forum1348post11368proj1099 Atopc7577
IHTSDO ImpSIG: The use ofWe have been working at codifying GP records for Reason for Attendance. It is s short phrase or one one word entry in the EMR. It is challengng in many ways because of the brevity of the record which leaves many concepts as implicit. However I came across a feature in SCT that has me perturbed and I wonder if anyone else has dealt with it. The expression Pathological Process exists both as a relationship and a Concept: concept model attribute 370135005|Pathological Process| and a Concept 308489006 |Pathological Process|. As a data modeller I find this very bad design - it is equivalent in a relational data model of declaring an entity as the same name asa relation between entities. As a linguist and in the effort to do NLP on these texts the ambiguity is soul destroying. Does anyone know why this construct was made and has it caused you any problems? cheers jon Professor Jon Patrick | CEO Health Language Analytics Pty Ltd (HLA) Suites 4 & 10, International Business Centre 2 Cornwallis Street, Australian Technology Park Eveleigh, NSW 2015, Australia E: Jon.Patrick@healthla.com.au | W: www.healthla.com.au | Ph: +61 2 8091 2690jpatrickMon Jul 27 21:17:31 Z 2015forum1348post11369proj1099post11368Atopc7577
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: The use ofHi John, The problem as stated you appear to be comparing apples to pears. 370135005|Pathological Process| is a metadata concept that is never meant to be incorporated into data analysis, whereas 370135005|Pathological Process| is a qualifier value used to define other concepts. The editorial principle that FSN are unique and unambiguous applies to all content in the International Release data, but excludes metadata. Ian GreenigreenTue Jul 28 21:13:54 Z 2015forum1348post11371proj1099post11369Atopc7577

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Looking for topics for a potential Implementation SIG face to face meeting in Amsterdam in October. (collabnet topic id: topc6835)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Looking for topics for a potential Implementation SIG face to face meeting in Amsterdam in October.Hello it is time to start planning the agenda for a face to face Implementation SIG meeting at the IHTSDO October 27-29th business meeting. if our SIG wishes to meet at the October meeting we must respond by June 30th and provide some detail such as • Expected deliverables or outcomes from the face-to-face meeting. • Work that will be undertaken at the meeting • Expected attendance • Requested duration of the meeting at the June 24th Implementation SIG meeting we will need to finalize the topics we wish to discuss in October. Therefore, please give some thought to topics that would be of interest including best ways to encourage dialogue at this session. I would also encourage anyone with ideas to post their ideas in advance of June 24th. thankyou Beverly & AmybknightFri Jun 13 14:01:44 Z 2014forum1348post10176proj1099 Atopc6835
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Looking for topics for a potential Implementation SIG face to face meeting in Amsterdam in October.Please let us know if anyone has any other ideas for the Amsterdam face to face meeting in October. it is looking like a half day session will be requested. Any initial feedback to this list would be very welcome. the topics we settled on from our Tuesday call are as follows: QA discussion; SNOMED CT related products (including subsets and extension releases) By leveraging the work that has been done so far and what other release centers have done, will facilitate discussion on best practices, requirements, challenges. Secondary use of SCT enabled data The intent is to invite a vendor, researcher, clinician and implementer to discuss; best practices /principles (by learning from what others have done), requirements/considerations (a mini needs assessment), challenges. Business case for Terminology Services perhaps consider the following approach - Split the room into a few groups to brainstorm on this topic from a business perspective including; What is it, who uses it, why do you need it and who is intended to use it. Will bring the groups together and discuss what the findings were. Discuss guidelines for using LOINC and SNOMED CT for micro lab observations and results (jointly with the Lab group. Identify the different types of micro lab tests and results and discuss/ recommend guidance for implementers. we are planning on having a "huddle" with the lab folks and likely not enough time now to get this on the agenda for Amsterdam, but perhaps a future discussion on calls. Beverly & AmybknightThu Jun 26 13:29:00 Z 2014forum1348post10230proj1099post10176Atopc6835

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Update on the GP--FP ref sets request (collabnet topic id: topc6941)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Update on the GP/FP ref sets requestPosted on behalf of Ray Simkus Any comments on the GP/FP refset that has been under development for several years at this point? I saw a review document from Australia. I sent in my own review to Jane Millar and Ian Green. There is a conf call today with the IHTSDO project group to discuss this refset. Has there been any review in Canada? Ray here is the response from Tom Seabury: ' Please note that this project is now CLOSED. The International Family Practice/General Practice Special Interest Group (SIG) now provide clinical input to the maintenance and updating of the resulting FP/GP SNOMED CT refsets and maps to ICPC-2 ' They are at the Technical Preview stage with the suggestion that they are not used in live systems, but for evaluation only. This information was found on the Family Practice SIG site under meeting documents, Tom SeaburybknightTue Jul 22 12:54:55 Z 2014forum1348post10315proj1099 Atopc6941

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Summary of discussion on the topic of *use of high level grouper conepts* (collabnet topic id: topc6169)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Summary of discussion on the topic of "use of high level grouper conepts"thankyou very much for the great input. at the last implementation sig call, I summarized the collabnet discussion. for those who missed the call. I will do my best to summarize what I said here: although there were mixed thoughts on this topic, it appeared the prevailing opinions included the folloiwng -Ideally one should map at the most granular level and strive to be very clear when mapping local terms to SNOMED CT (or any reference terminology for that matter) -as long as the concept can be modeled (ie should not be primitive), there are valid use cases for adding these high level concepts. (that does not mean as a release centre you do not ask for clarifiication on "how the concept will be used" etc as that may also drive the decision) -patient safety concerns need to be considered (due to vagueness) I have observed while working with implementers (including LOINC for lab) where the implementer made their case for a broad concept. it worked for a few years and then the implementer discovered when the lab needed to communicate electronically with public health resources, the level of granularity was not sufficient and a re-mapping was needed. in the case of the implementer this discussion began with "ultrasonography of the limb", it turned out there were some hospitals that needed the broad concept for ultrasounds on babies (when they actually did the procedure on the entire limb (s)), but also the number of hospitals who were requesting these high level concepts in the province was not insignificant and therefore we are planning on adding these high level concepts to accomodate their requirement. thankyou again and I welcome anyone to post similar discussions to take advantage of the implementation community knowledge. BeverlybknightSun Oct 06 01:29:38 Z 2013forum1348post9051proj1099 Atopc6169

IHTSDO ImpSIG: ISO Conformance Principles & Guidelines (collabnet topic id: topc3025)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: ISO Conformance Principles & GuidelinesHere is the presentation used May 10th, 2011. I will post the formal timelines of this document when they are known. for now, I welcome input & comments. You may email me separately or post them here. thx BKbknightTue May 10 20:40:26 Z 2011forum1348post4256proj1099 Atopc3025

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Immunization environmental scan - request (collabnet topic id: topc7425)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Immunization environmental scan - requestHello In Canada we have had some success with electronic Health record projects in the Immunization space. we are now planning on expanding on some of the successes across the country in building Immunization repositories and registries with kicking off one or more projects that enhance the sharing of immunization data with a jurisdictional repository/registry. this might include - EMR, pharmacy and other point of care system interoperating with the repository/registry, - providing access to immunization profiles to consumers, - extending immunization forecasting functionality to point of care systems - using barcoding as a means to improve data capture and inventory management - automating adverse event following an immunization reporting. I would appreciate it if anyone has any experience implementing any of the above and is willing to share their experiences, to please let me know. if there is broad interest we could also consider using one of our meeting times to discuss. thankyou Beverly KnightbknightTue Mar 17 17:28:53 Z 2015forum1348post11068proj1099 Atopc7425
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Immunization environmental scan - requestThe immunization group at KP would be amenable to meet with you to discuss our efforts around immunization. Bruce J. Goldberg, M..D., Ph.D. Director, S.C.P.M.G. Regional Allergy-Immunology Lab Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect Convergent Medical Terminology Phone: 323-783-5896 (lab), 510-368-0270 (cell) NOTICE TO RECIPIENT: If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are prohibited from sharing, copying, or otherwise using or disclosing its contents. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately by reply e-mail and permanently delete this e-mail and any attachments without reading, forwarding or saving them. Thank you. From: "Beverly Knight (ihtsdo CA)" <bknight@infoway-inforoute.ca> To: isiggend-implementation_sig <isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net> Date: 03/17/2015 10:29 AM Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Immunization environmental scan - request Hello In Canada we have had some success with electronic Health record projects in the Immunization space. we are now planning on expanding on some of the successes across the country in building Immunization repositories and registries with kicking off one or more projects that enhance the sharing of immunization data with a jurisdictional repository/registry. this might include - EMR, pharmacy and other point of care system interoperating with the repository/registry, - providing access to immunization profiles to consumers, - extending immunization forecasting functionality to point of care systems - using barcoding as a means to improve data capture and inventory management - automating adverse event following an immunization reporting. I would appreciate it if anyone has any experience implementing any of the above and is willing to share their experiences, to please let me know. if there is broad interest we could also consider using one of our meeting times to discuss. thankyou Beverly Knight _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11068 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netbgoldbergFri Mar 20 20:21:21 Z 2015forum1348post11077proj1099post11068Atopc7425

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Isotretinoin - peanut oil use case from today's discussion (collabnet topic id: topc7593)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Isotretinoin - peanut oil use case from today's discussionA few points regarding this example. 1. Isotretinoin cappsules do not contain peanut oil but rather soybean oil. Some peanut allergic patients may however react to soy 2. First Data Bank claims to be able to check for cross sensitivity to inactive ingredients of drug products. When I tested this in our EHR, an alert was triggered when I ordered flu vaccine in a patient in whom egg allergy was documented (although currebtly this risk is felt to be negligible). On the other hand, no alert was triggered when I ordered isotretinoin and I documented an allergy either to soybean or soybean oil.bgoldbergTue Aug 11 16:26:21 Z 2015forum1348post11398proj1099 Atopc7593

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG February 24th 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7398)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG February 24th 2100 UTCMeeting Agenda: 1. Introductions and Announcements 2. Webinar: European Patient Summary Guideline and Continuity of Care Document: A Comparison 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Review of Allergy Implementation Guide Status and Action Items 4a. Discuss current location, contributors and timeline for March 10th meeting 4b. Update on member forum request 5. Any other business Go to meeting details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181asheideTue Feb 17 23:17:31 Z 2015forum1348post10996proj1099 Atopc7398
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG February 24th 2100 UTCI am afraid I will be travelling back from a meeting on that date. Bruce J. Goldberg, M..D., Ph.D. Director, S.C.P.M.G. Regional Allergy-Immunology Lab Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect Convergent Medical Terminology Phone: 323-783-5896 (lab), 510-368-0270 (cell) NOTICE TO RECIPIENT: If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are prohibited from sharing, copying, or otherwise using or disclosing its contents. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately by reply e-mail and permanently delete this e-mail and any attachments without reading, forwarding or saving them. Thank you. From: Amy Sheide <asheide@mmm.com> To: isiggend-implementation_sig <isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net> Date: 02/17/2015 03:18 PM Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG February 24th 2100 UTC Meeting Agenda: 1. Introductions and Announcements 2. Webinar: European Patient Summary Guideline and Continuity of Care Document: A Comparison 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Review of Allergy Implementation Guide Status and Action Items 4a. Discuss current location, contributors and timeline for March 10th meeting 4b. Update on member forum request 5. Any other business Go to meeting details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post10996 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netbgoldbergTue Feb 17 23:20:06 Z 2015forum1348post10997proj1099post10996Atopc7398

IHTSDO ImpSIG: ImpSIG Webinar 20111101 - Finding terms in SNOMED (collabnet topic id: topc3927)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: ImpSIG Webinar 20111101 - Finding terms in SNOMEDHere are the PPT slides from my ImpSIG Webinar this evening. They explore some of the choices that exist for implementors in how they get from a user's search expression to a candidate list of matching SNOMED terms and underlying concepts, and raise questions including: 1. How much variability in term finding behaviour is OK between different clinical systems? Variation arising because a notionally 'complete' search resultset was filtered to contextualise it to a particular clinical use case seems reasonable, even desirable. But idiosyncratic variation arising purely because of differences in context-agnostic lexical processing seems less desirable. 2. Should IHTSDO withdraw, or partially withdraw, some of the lexical resources it currently publishes as part of the 6-monthly RF1 release (stopwords, keys tables, word equivalence lists etc)? 3. Where should implementors get the anglophone and non-anglophone lexical resources from, if they decide to use them? 4. Should there be a minimum default search algorithm configuration that all clinician-facing search tools should be encouraged or required to offer? 5. Where should people report clinically significant search behaviour requirements - especially any cases where common implementation choices cause undesirable search behaviours and with a disproportionate clinical impact (including when as an unintended consequence of the surface language of the underlying SNOMED descriptions)jrogersWed Nov 02 00:00:43 Z 2011forum1348post5649proj1099 Atopc3927
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: ImpSIG Webinar 20111101 - Finding terms in SNOMEDOn this topic - I have put three further documents into wiki pages here on the Implementation SIG site access these via https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/SearchingAndBrowsing Please do extend the wiki pages there with your own experiences and opiniontseaburyWed Nov 09 19:35:10 Z 2011forum1348post5723proj1099post5649Atopc3927

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated Terms of Reference for Implementation SIG (collabnet topic id: topc5983)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Updated Terms of Reference for Implementation SIGDear Implementation SIG, We are working on new Terms of Reference (ToR) for the SIG. An early draft was discussed at the last call and an updated draft was created based on comments. The updated draft of the ToR is available at : https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/projects.implementation_sig/wiki/TermsOfReferenceDraft We'd like to invite all the members in the community to comment on this current draft. Please post your comments as replies to this post. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaMon Jul 22 12:23:43 Z 2013forum1348post8734proj1099 Atopc5983

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Agenda for face to face meeting in Washington D.C. (collabnet topic id: topc6148)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Feedback on Agenda for face to face meeting in Washington D.C.Dear all, This thread was created to allow Implementation SIG members to provide feedback on the relevance of the topics, suggestions of what you'd like the speakers to focus on (if relevant), etc. Please see the list of topics below. A more up to date agenda is available at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/docman/do/downloadDocument/projects.implementation_sig/docman.root.committee_meetings.2013.2013_10_oct.conference/doc8961 Regards, Jay & Beverly ############## Agenda topics ############# Welcome & Conflict of Interests Review of previous minutes Review of Terms of Reference Management of National Extensions – Experiences & Lessons learnt • Maintaining the Swedish Extension o Erika Ericsson & Karin Alzén (National Board of Health & Welfare, Sweden) • Update on The Netherlands Extension o Jos Baptist (Nictiz, Netherlands) • Update from UKTC – migration from RF1 to RF2 o Denise Downs & Tom Seabury (UKTC) EpSOS project – Experiences and Future • Anna Adelöf (Ministry of Health & Social welfare, Sweden) Implementation Strategies – Refsets & Mappings • Refset Development & Management – UK Experience o Denise Downs (UKTC) • Refsets Development & Management – Canada Experience o Beverly Knight (Canada Health Infoway) • Discussion & Review Candidates topics/themes for upcoming webinars Joint Session with Education SIG • General overview of Education SIG work items • Introduction to Implementer competencies • Discussion & Planning for joint work between Edu & Imp SIGs on Implementer competencies Mapping based design solutions for migrating to SNOMED CT • Andrew Frangleton (Clinical Architecture) & Denise Downs (UKTC) Joint session with the GP-FP SIG • Update on current work ‘Problem Lists’ – Use cases for Implementers: • Joint discussion with GP-FP;jkolaTue Sep 24 12:19:50 Z 2013forum1348post9021proj1099 Atopc6148

IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG January 27th 2100 UTC (collabnet topic id: topc7359)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: IHTSDO Implementation SIG January 27th 2100 UTCGo To Meeting Details: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/891582181 Agenda: 1. Introduction and Announcements 2. Surgical Templates with SNOMED CT Webinar 3. Discussion and Questions 4. Allergy and Intolerance Implementation Guide Update and Action Items 5. Closing remarksasheideTue Jan 20 21:01:37 Z 2015forum1348post10912proj1099 Atopc7359

IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Challenge and Draft Subject Area Index (collabnet topic id: topc6214)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: SNOMED CT Challenge and Draft Subject Area IndexPlease do not redistribute the links below without the context provided by the text of this email. Thanks] SNOMED CT Challenge [First Public release] ============================= The first public version of the “SNOMED CT Challenge” test is now available at http://www.ihtsdo.org/assess. As noted in the landing page, this is an initial pilot of a self-assessment test. This is the result of a lot of work by Rita Scichilone and input from others in the SIA scheme and contributors to a small workshop in Copenhagen just before the IHTSDO business meeting. We can add questions to this these tests to cover wider areas of scope and to increase the variety of questions. At this point this link is being shared with IHTSDO Top Team, SIA scheme, I&I Committee, Implementation SIG and Educations SIG. Once we have a further round of feedback the intention would be to make links to the SNOMED CT Challenge public as from next week. SNOMED CT Knowledge Subject Area Index [ROUGH DRAFT] ============================= A first incomplete rough draft index of SNOMED CT knowledge subject areas is now available at http://www.ihtsdo.org/sbji. The initial version of the subject area index was also developed as a by-product of work to establish the table of content for the new SNOMED CT Starter guide developed by Anne Randorff Højen and Robyn Kuropatwa in the SIA scheme. This also built on earlier work on “competencies” undertaken by the Education SIG. I have adapted the initial subject index work to form an a database from which the web-pages at http://www.ihtsdo.org/sbji were derived. In its current form the web-pages are little more than a skeleton index of subject areas with links to existing relevant document in the main documentation resources (TIG, Editorial Guide, User Guide, FAQs and How to Guides. The intention is add reference to other materials (e.g. adding links to IHTSDO web pages, fliers, licenses, presentations, etc. that are relevant to each topic areas) and to build on this as a basis for further development of education and training materials. The connection between these two resources is that the questions in the test have been categorized using the subject keys in the draft subject area index. As a result each time the test is taken the ten questions selected include at least one from each of seven different top-level subject areas. Additionally, the subject index has identified gaps in the Challenge tests (i.e. areas not well covered by questions). I would appreciate any feedback on these draft products. There is a specific feedback form related to the SNOMED CT Challenge tests (http://www.ihtsdo.org/assess_feedback) but for general comments email is also fine.dmarkwellWed Oct 23 13:47:03 Z 2013forum1348post9136proj1099 Atopc6214

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Adoption of SNOMED by healthcare providers (collabnet topic id: topc5175)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Adoption of SNOMED by healthcare providersApologies for a slightly 'tired' presentation last night - I'm a morning person and had had a long working day already - as well as the technical difficulties. However, I am keen to develop a document that provides some guidance to trusts on how might they plan their adoption to snomed. So hopefully the presentation last night did stimulate some thoughts in people's mind which you are willing to share through this thread. I will then incorporate into my current document and share for feedback with this group. So additions, observations, ideas - all welcomed please !!ddownsWed Nov 07 09:16:14 Z 2012forum1348post7545proj1099 Atopc5175
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Adoption of SNOMED by healthcare providersHi Denis, sorry I missed the call but I was in Chicago at AMIA celebrating BO's win. Does the document include deployment as well as adoption. cheers jon On 07/11/2012, at 8:16 PM, Denise Downs (UK) wrote: > > Apologies for a slightly 'tired' presentation last night - I'm a morning person and had had a long working day already - as well as the technical difficulties. > > However, I am keen to develop a document that provides some guidance to trusts on how might they plan their adoption to snomed. So hopefully the presentation last night did stimulate some thoughts in people's mind which you are willing to share through this thread. I will then incorporate into my current document and share for feedback with this group. > > So additions, observations, ideas - all welcomed please !! > _______________________________________________ > General Discussions > https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post7545jpatrickThu Nov 08 00:54:22 Z 2012forum1348post7553proj1099post7545Atopc5175

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guide (collabnet topic id: topc7480)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guidePlease indicate your preference for the following titles (or write in your suggestion) 1. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 2. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Pseudoallergy and Intolerance 3. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 4. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity (allergic or nonallergic) and Intolerance Thanks.kfungTue Apr 28 13:36:40 Z 2015forum1348post11172proj1099 Atopc7480
RE: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guideMinor variant on 1: Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT in the Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance -----Original Message----- From: Kin Wah Fung (ihtsdo US) [mailto:kfung@mail.nih.gov] Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 9:37 AM To: isiggend-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guide Please indicate your preference for the following titles (or write in your suggestion) 1. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 2. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Pseudoallergy and Intolerance 3. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 4. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity (allergic or nonallergic) and Intolerance Thanks. _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11172 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net The information in this e-mail is intended only for the person to whom it is addressed. If you believe this e-mail was sent to you in error and the e-mail contains patient information, please contact the Partners Compliance HelpLine at http://www.partners.org/complianceline . If the e-mail was sent to you in error but does not contain patient information, please contact the sender and properly dispose of the e-mail.hgoldbergTue Apr 28 13:52:17 Z 2015forum1348post11173proj1099post11172Atopc7480
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guideI favor #3. Bruce J. Goldberg, M..D., Ph.D. Director, S.C.P.M.G. Regional Allergy-Immunology Lab Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect Convergent Medical Terminology Phone: 323-783-5896 (lab), 510-368-0270 (cell) NOTICE TO RECIPIENT: If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are prohibited from sharing, copying, or otherwise using or disclosing its contents. If you have received this e-mail in error, please notify the sender immediately by reply e-mail and permanently delete this e-mail and any attachments without reading, forwarding or saving them. Thank you. From: "Kin Wah Fung (ihtsdo US)" <kfung@mail.nih.gov> To: isiggend-implementation_sig <isiggend-implementation_sig@csfe.aceworkspace.net> Date: 04/28/2015 06:40 AM Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guide Please indicate your preference for the following titles (or write in your suggestion) 1. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 2. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Pseudoallergy and Intolerance 3. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 4. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity (allergic or nonallergic) and Intolerance Thanks. _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11172 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.netbgoldbergWed Apr 29 02:31:38 Z 2015forum1348post11174proj1099post11172Atopc7480
Re: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guideI agree that #1 with Howard's amendment is the best description of the Guide. #1a. "Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT in the Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance". Julian. On 28 Apr 2015, at 14:52, Goldberg, Howard Seth,M.D. <HGOLDBERG@PARTNERS.ORG> wrote: Minor variant on 1: Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT in the Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance -----Original Message----- From: Kin Wah Fung (ihtsdo US) [mailto:kfung@mail.nih.gov] Sent: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 9:37 AM To: isiggend-implementation_sig Subject: IHTSDO ImpSIG: Title for implementation guide Please indicate your preference for the following titles (or write in your suggestion) 1. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Non-allergic Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 2. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Allergy, Pseudoallergy and Intolerance 3. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity and Intolerance 4. Implementation Guide for Use of SNOMED CT for Documentation of Hypersensitivity (allergic or nonallergic) and Intolerance Thanks. _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11172 To cancel your subscription to this discussion, please e-mail isiggend-implementation_sig-unsubscribe@csfe.aceworkspace.net The information in this e-mail is intended only for the person to whom it is addressed. If you believe this e-mail was sent to you in error and the e-mail contains patient information, please contact the Partners Compliance HelpLine at http://www.partners.org/complianceline . If the e-mail was sent to you in error but does not contain patient information, please contact the sender and properly dispose of the e-mail. _______________________________________________ General Discussions https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/post11173jcostelloWed Apr 29 11:11:47 Z 2015forum1348post11175proj1099post11173Atopc7480

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Summary of RF2 features and changes from RF1 (collabnet topic id: topc2779)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Summary of RF2 features and changes from RF1I have attached a document summarizing the RF2 features and changes from RF1. While the definitive guide is the set of RF2 documents, this summary document allows the reader to see if the features and changes will present any issues to their work. RegardsslamFri Jan 28 19:41:50 Z 2011forum1348post3652proj1099 Atopc2779

IHTSDO ImpSIG: 2 allergy definitions for discussion (collabnet topic id: topc7463)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: 2 allergy definitions for discussion2 definitions provided by Bruce G Sensitivity test A test to confirm clinical sensitivity to a particular substance by exposing an individual to that substance and observing for the onset of signs and symptoms consistent with a hypersensitivity reaction. Commonly referred to as a “challenge” test Sensitization test A skin or in vitro test to demonstrate an individual has developed an immune response to an allergen. A positive test does not necessarily indicate that an individual is clinically sensitive to that allergenbknightTue Apr 14 17:58:24 Z 2015forum1348post11140proj1099 Atopc7463

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping to--from SNOMED CT - Activities feedback (collabnet topic id: topc6229)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Mapping to/from SNOMED CT - Activities feedbackDear all, We discussed the Mapping to SNOMED CT document recently at the face to face meeting. We've since been contacted by the Mapping SIG asking us for examples of real world mapping activities we are involved in and how the Mapping SIG can work with us on providing guidance for a few implementation use cases. We'd like to poll the Implementation SIG community on any mapping activities that members are involved in. This will help us identify some use cases that we can work on with the Mapping SIG. Please include some details of the mapping activity (e.g. source & target coding systems, domain, ongoing vs planned, challenges, etc) in your responses. You can send your responses by replying to this post. Regards, Jay & BeverlyjkolaFri Nov 01 07:29:49 Z 2013forum1348post9170proj1099 Atopc6229

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Nominations for Vice-Chair IHTSDO Implementation SIG - Closing soon (collabnet topic id: topc6498)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Nominations for Vice-Chair IHTSDO Implementation SIG - Closing soonPlease note that nominations are invited at this time for the post of vice-chair of the IHTSDO Implementation Special Interest Group (SIG), with a deadline of this Friday 21st February at 23:00 UTC For full detail please see the details at: https://csfe.aceworkspace.net/sf/go/topc6497dmarkwellTue Feb 18 22:12:32 Z 2014forum1348post9623proj1099 Atopc6498

IHTSDO ImpSIG: Looking for a presenter for this topic: - Data structures and algorithms for term lookup (collabnet topic id: topc5627)

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IHTSDO ImpSIG: Looking for a presenter for this topic: - Data structures and algorithms for term lookupHI guys At the last October meeting face to face meeting, we recieved this topic (as per subject line) as a suggestion for a future webinar. There may have been a similar one in the past, but since it has been requested, it continues to be relevant and of interest. If there is anyone who would be willing to present or faciliate discussion on this topic, please let Jay or I know. thankyou BeverlybknightMon Feb 18 15:29:10 Z 2013forum1348post8145proj1099 Atopc5627
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