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SNOMED International looks to the Community of Practice to drive its concurrent program at each SNOMED CT Expo. 2019's concurrent program streams are as follows:

Demonstrating Implementation Excellence

  • The focus of presentations in this stream will be on exploring practical, first-hand experience in using SNOMED CT. Implementers from healthcare organizations, government agencies and industry will share their lessons learned and benefit realization achievements.

Enhancing Clinical Practice

  • The presenters will share their experience in SNOMED CT application in the clinical settings and clinical research; aimed at enhancing the patient experience, clinical outcomes, reducing costs or improving efficiency of the clinical practices. This may include such areas as precision medicine, data analytics, decision support etc.  

Terminology Leading Practice

  • These presentations will cover experience and ideas on innovative enhancements of SNOMED CT, as well as those in conjunction with other international standards, i.e. content development, mappings, description logic etc.

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Tuesday, 29th October 2019

19:00 - 23:00

Networking Event
Open to all (Registration & ticket purchase required) 
SNOMED International 2019 Gala Awards Dinner
Room: Grand Salon 1



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Wednesday, 30th October 2019

9:00-15:00 Working Group
Open to all
SNOMED CT Supporting Clinicians
Chairs: Jane Millar & Ian Green
Room: Poolside Residence 302
18:30 - 20:30

Networking Event - Malaysian Cultural Evening
Open to all - registration required
Hosted by the Ministry of Health (MoH) Malaysia & supported by MyCEB
Location: The Love @MaTiC
Pusat Pelancongan Selangor, 139, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur


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Thursday, 31st October 2019

Salon 1 Using SNOMED CT to support the national Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Registry Data Submission – Journey of a UK teaching hospitalUCLH
07:30Registration desk opens (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
08:00

Tutorial

SNOMED CT Quick Start

Ian Spiers, SNOMED International

Room: Grand

Residence 101

Workshop

Research Engagement Workshop

Suzy Roy, SNOMED International

Room: Grand Residence 100





09:00

Opening Plenary

Grand Ballroom 3  Salon

Don Sweete, CEO, SNOMED International (Welcome and Event Commencement)

Frank Hester OBE, Founder and CEO, TPP (Plenary sponsor)

YB Datuk Seri Dr. Dzulkefly Ahmad, Minister of Health, Malaysia (The Malaysian Experience Implementing SNOMED CT)

10:30

Exhibit hall opens 

Networking break (Grand Ballroom 1&2)

E-Posters viewing


Room: Grand Ballroom 3Salon Room: Grand Salon 1Residence 101Room: Grand Salon 2Residence 102Room: Grand Residence 101103Room: Grand Residence 102100

Stream A

Demonstrating Implementation Excellence

Stream B

Enhancing Clinical Practice

Stream C

Terminology Leading Practices

Stream D

Tutorials 

Stream E

Hands-On Workshops 


Moderator: Suzy RoyModerator: Ian GreenModerator: Jane Millar

11:00

201941   The use of SNOMED CT in the registry and standardization of allergies and adverse reactions in Portugal, Filipe Mealha (PT)

201904   Analytics using SNOMED CT: results from a genomics pilot

Alejandro Metke Jimenez, CSIRO (AU)

201950 SNOMED CT on FHIR

Peter G. Williams, SNOMED International (UK201934Standardizing capture of social determinants of health

Matt Menning, American Medical Association (US)



Introduction to SNOMED CT

Anne Højen and Ian Spiers (SNOMED International)

Interoperation of the Electronic Health Record

Part 1: Interoperation of medications and allergy lists

James R Campbell, Daniel Karlsson,

Kin Wah Fung & Olivier Bodenreider


11:30

201946

Use Clinical Terminology to Support the UK IBD Data Registry Submission - The Good, Bad and Indifferent
Leilei Zhu,

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UK)

201951 SNOMED CT demonstration: clinical data analytics

Charles Gutteridge - SNOMED International (UK)


201912 201912 Generic pathology information model for laboratory test result reporting in the UK (FHIR and SNOMED)

Andrew SunleyKarim Nashar, NHS Digital (UK)


12:00

201925 SNOMED CT for regional and national chronic disease analysis and reporting

Kylynn Loi, CSIRO (AU)

201910 Enhancing SNOMED CT-based clinical data entry via Doctor Desk LITE: a case study on Indian HMIS

Priyesh Ranjan, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (IN)

201934 Standardizing capture of social determinants of health

Matt Menning, American Medical Association (US201954 Deep Learning & SNOMED CT

Christopher Bates, The Phoenix Partnership (UK)

201950 SNOMED CT on FHIR

Peter G. Williams, SNOMED International (UK)



12:30

Lunch Break (Grand Ballroom 1&2)

E-Posters Viewing


Room: Grand Ballroom 3Room: Grand Residence 101Room: Grand Residence 102Room: Grand Residence 103Room: Grand Residence 100

Moderator: Shelley LiponModerator: Rory DavidsonModerator: Monica Harry

13:30

201916 Integrating MyHarmony (H armonization & Codification of Unstructured Data using SNOMED CT) with Malaysian Health Data Warehouse

Md. Khadzir Sheikh Ahmad, Ministry of Health Malaysia (MY)


201906 Closing the circle - creating a new pathology data model using SNOMED CT

Laszlo Igali, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (UK)

201901 Modularity meets forgetting: a case with the SNOMED CT ontology

Jieying Chen, University of Manchester (UK)

Intelligent Search and Data Entry
Anne Højen and David Markwell (SNOMED International)

Managed Service for Beginners

Sonja Ulrich (SNOMED International)

14:00

201905 Augmenting NLP results by leveraging SNOMED CT relationships for identification of implantable cardiac devices from patient notes

Sina Madani, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (US)

201924201922   SNOMED CT and antimicrobial stewardship
W. Scott Campbell, University of Nebraska Medical Center (US)

201920 New modular reasoning capabilities for SNOMED CT classification beyond the EL profile Robert Hausam, Hausam Consulting (US)


14:30

201908 Driving data quality in primary care - a case study of community development of a common data dictionary, SNOMED CT value sets and FHIR IG for primary care in Australia
Kate Ebrill, CSIRO (AU)

201936 Template modelling - the future!

201930 The implementation of SNOMED CT in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to support interoperability

Zhi Wang, Digital China Health Technologies (CN)


201936 Quality Improvement Project

Cathy Richardson - SNOMED International (UK)


15:00

Networking break (Grand Ballroom 1&2)

e-Posters viewing


Moderator: Maria BraithwaiteModerator: Nick EgarhosModerator: Yongsheng Gao

15:30

201953 Global Patient Set

Presenter TBD

201930 The implementation of SNOMED CT in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease to support interoperability (CN)

Zhi Wang, Digital China Health Technologies (CNDemonstration of the new SNOMED CT OWL Axioms 

Ronald Cornet, Amsterdam UMC - Uni of Amsterdam (NL)

201910 Enhancing SNOMED CT-based clinical data entry via Doctor Desk LITE: a case study on Indian HMIS

Priyesh Ranjan, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (IN)


201923 SNOMED CT and LOINC for computable phenotypes in Alzheimer’s Disease

James Campbell, University of Nebraska Medical Center (US)

Data Analytics and Clinical Decision Support

Linda Bird and David Markwell (SNOMED International)











An Introduction to Authoring

Cathy Richardson (SNOMED International)




16:00

201940 The use of SNOMED CT for immunization in Portugal and for cross-border care

Cristiano Marques, Shared Services of the Ministry of Health, Portugal (PT)

201949 Sancy Berhad

201955 AI based health signals discovery engine

Fuad Rahman, Goldblatt Systems (US)

201931 SNOMED CT, NPU and LOINC integration for semantic interoperability of laboratory test results

Daniel Karlsson, Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (SE)

16:30

201921 Using SNOMED browser to explore, query and analyze, EMR databasesMarcelo Daniel Carrascal Pascual, Hospital Provincial Neuquen (ARApplying Standards to Real-World Healthcare Data

Brian Carlsen, West Coast Informatics (US)


201948 Weekly content release of Singapore Drug Dictionary, a SNOMED CT SG Extension (SG),
Ivy Li
, Integrated Health Information Systems (IHIS) (SG)

201937 SNOMED CT support interoperability in Chinese cancer clinical lab test data

Zhi Wang, Digital China Health Technologies (CN)

17:00-19:00

E-Posters Viewing

SNOMED CT Expo 2019 Networking Reception - Open to all delegates (Grand Ballroom 1&2)


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Friday, 1st November 2019

08:30Registration desk opens (Grand Ballroom Foyer)
09:00

James Read Memorial Lecture Plenary Session

Grand Ballroom 3Salon

Ivan G. Boyd, Managing Director & Founder,Goldblatt Systems (Plenary sponsor)

Carolyn Gullery, Executive Director, Canterbury District Health Board NZ, (James Read Memorial Lecture

Sponsor:

Closing Remarks

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Dr Christopher K.C. Lee, Deputy Director General for Research & Technical Support, Malaysia Ministry of Health (Closing remarks)

10:30

Networking break (Grand Ballroom 1&2)

e-Posters viewing


Room: Grand Ballroom 3 Room: Grand Salon 1Residence 101Room: Grand Salon 2Residence 102Room: Grand Residence 101103Room: Grand Residence 102100

Stream A
Demonstrating Implementation Excellence

Stream B
Enhancing Clinical Practice

Stream C
Terminology Leading Practices

Stream D

Tutorials 

Stream E
Hands-On Workshops 


Moderator: Liara TutinaModerator: Jane MillarModerator: Penni Hernandez

11:00

201932 SNOMED on a shoestring: the New Zealand implementation experience

Alastair Kenworthy, New Zealand Ministry of Health (NZ)

201903 Analysis of dental process & procedure using SNOMED CT and MyHarmony
Dr Syirahaniza Mohd Syazrin Mohd SakriSalleh, Health Informatics Centre, Ministry Of Health Malaysia (MY)

201917 Integrating the SNOMED CT and AMT drug models, revisited
Michael Lawley, CSIRO (AU201909 CANCELLED

Drug concept model development and deployment
Toni Morrison - SNOMED International (UK)


Developing Subsets and Reference Sets

Anne Højen and David Markwell (SNOMED International)





Interoperation of the Electronic Health Record

Part 2: Interoperation of Problem list, medical history and testing results

James R Campbell, Daniel Karlsson,

Kin Wah Fung & Olivier Bodenreider





11:30

201939 The use of SNOMED as part of implemented clinical building blocks in national projects in the Netherlands
Pim Volkert, Nictiz (NL)

201926 SNOMED CT in a dental EHR

Jørn Andre Jørgensen, Norwegian Directorate of E-Health (NO) 201909 Drug concept model development and deployment

Toni Morrison - SNOMED International (UK201917 Integrating the SNOMED CT and AMT drug models, revisited
Michael Lawley, CSIRO (AU)

12:00

201952 Interoperability and analytics – benefits of standardised terminology adoption

Steven Issa, Australian Digital Health Agency (AU)

201918 Leveraging standardized nutrition terminology through SNOMED CT

Constantina Papoutsakis, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (US)

201915 Implementing the new SNOMED CT Medicinal Product Concept Model through mapping to an existing in use medicinal product terminology
Julie James, Blue Wave Informatics (UK)

12:30

Lunch break (Grand Ballroom 1&2)

e-Posters viewing


Moderator: Cathy RichardsonModerator: Nick EgarhosModerator: Charles Gutteridge

13:30

201947 Using SNOMED CT at Birdie to enhance safe living at home for older adults
David Beaumont, Birdie (UK)


201902 AEMPS experience codifying medicines with SNOMED CT terminology

Arturo Romero Gutierrez, AEMPS (Spanish Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency) (ES)

201924 SNOMED CT coding molecular and genomic pathology data for precision cancer medicine

W. Scott Campbell University of Nebraska Medical Center (US)

Understanding SNOMED CT's Description Logic Enhancements

Linda Bird and Anne Højen (SNOMED International)






14:00

201913 How SNOMED CT can support a mobile app for the citizen empowerment

Cristiano Marques, Shared Services of the Ministry of Health, Portugal (PT)

201907 201907 Comparing the representation of medicinal products in RxNorm and SNOMED CT – consequences on interoperability

Olivier Bodenreider, National Library of Medicine (US)

201938 The Unified Test List: a SNOMED CT refset for reporting laboratory test results in the UK

Andrew SunleyKarim Nashar, NHS Digital (UK)

14:30

201929 SNOMED CT in i-Pesakit 

Bee Nah Chew, University Malaya Medical Center (MY)



201944201944 Use of SNOMED CT in the Swedish National Medications List

Daniel Karlsson, Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare (SE)

201945 Use of SNOMED for strengthening medical certification of cause of death Sukanya Rangamani ICMR-National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, Bengaluru, India (IN)

15:00

Conference closes


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Electronic Poster Presentations

201927 SNOMED CT in India: Drug repository Susil Kumar Meher, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (IN)

201928 SNOMED CT in India: Refset creation Susil Kumar Meher, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (IN)

201919 Machine-readable medications instructions (UK) Emma Melhuish, NHS Digital (UK)

201911 Generating SNOMED CT-encoded test data vignettes using Wikipedia (UK) Edward Cheetham, NHS Digital (UK)

201935 Taking advantage of ontologies to carry out searches of scientific bibliography in reliable information sources

Nicolas Passadore, CEMICO HOPE (AR)

201914 Implementation of SNOMED CT for knowledge representation of biomedical literature: A case study for cancer behavioral risk factors knowledge base
Jiang Bian, University of Florida (US)

201943 Units of measure for laboratory test result reporting in the UK (UCUM, FHIR and SNOMED), Jay Kola, NHS Digital (UK)

201942   The value of SNOMED CT description for the mapping of Chinese rare diseases ontology

Zhi Wang, Digital China Health Technologies (CN)

201933 SNOMED to ICD-10 mapping for implementation in disease registries Sukanya Rangamani ICMR-National Centre for Disease Informatics and Research, Bengaluru, India (IN)