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  • Por favor, tenga en cuenta que el idioma del evento es el inglés. No obstante ello, se ofrecerá servicio de traducción simultánea al español sin cargo para la parte de presentaciones (en Streams A, B & C).
Time

THURSDAY 29TH OCTOBER 2015

09:00

OPENING PLENARY (Welcome and introduction from IHTSDO)

(Room: TBC)

09:30

KEYNOTE: Minister of Health from Uruguay

(Room: TBC)

10:30MORNING BREAK (served in the Expo Exhibition Hall in the 2nd Floor Foyer)
 

Stream A: Vendors/Implementation

(Room: TBC)

Stream B: Clinical/Collaboration

(Room: TBC)

Stream C: SNOMED Enhancement

(Room: TBC)

Education D: (English Language)

(Room: TBC)

Education E: (Spanish Language)

(Room: TBC)

11:00"Facilitating implementations through an interface terminology that maps to SNOMED CT" Dr. Luna (34)ADA - Harmonizing SNODENT and SNOMED CT to support Dentistry EHR's "Improving search functionality and usability on the frontline" (21)

Tutorial: "Introduction to SNOMED CT" (in English)

(David Markwell and Linda Bird)

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Tutorial: "Introduction to SNOMED CT" (in Spanish)

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11:25Inserm - 'Linking SNOMED CT and Orhpanet to meet the needs of capturing infomration about rare diseases“How graphical user interfaces impact registration time and data correctness for SNOMED CT data entry” (2)
12:00"From large scale cross border pilots to large scale deployment" (38)ICN - 'Working with the global nursing community in linking ICNP to SNOMED CT for Nursing Diagnoses and Interventions'"Searching and navigating SNOMED CT distribution, implementation and development formats: challenges and implementation alternatives" Vendor Termed (49)    
12:30LUNCH BREAK (served in the 'Exhibition Room' on the 3rd Floor)
13:30"Lean, Agile SNOMED: Taking full advantage of SNOMED CT for real-world problem-solving without getting bogged down" Apelon Vendor (62)Clinical SIGS"The use of SNOMED CT and Description Logic to Calculate Quality Measurement" (22)

Tutorial: "SNOMED CT Implementation Roadmap" (in English)

(David Markwell)



Tutorial: :SNOMED CT Implementation Roadmap" (in Spanish)



14:00"Implementation of SNOMED CT in a Surgical Logbook iPad Application" (57)"Adopting SNOMED CT with Physician Specialty Subsets"(47)"Performing analytics on SNOMED CT coded database - Serdang Hospital use-case" (71)
14:30"Use of SNOMED in an advanced CDS application"(67)"Deploying SNOMED CT longitudinal history data for clinical research" (54)"Semantic Interoperability of National Poison Center Data"(19)
15:00AFTERNOON BREAK (served in the Expo Exhibition Hall in the 2nd Floor Foyer)
15:30"Interoperability and Innovation in Drug Information Systems" (68) Vidal Vendor"Expressiveness of a local interface terminology in comparison to SNOMED CT" Vendor (32)"Building an Snomed CT Content Extension with Abbreviation support (51)

Tutorial: "SNOMED CT Analytics" (in English)

(Linda Bird) 



Tutorial: "SNOMED CT Analytics" (in Spanish)



16:00"Chilean Pharmaceutical terminology" (18)"Interoperation of SNOMED CT Problem List within the Americas" (40)"Extending the coverage of phenotypes in SNOMED CT through post-coordination" (7)
16:30"Implementation of a drug composition service based on UK’s dm+d model" (35)"A National Diagnoses Refset – Lessons Learned"(59)"The Portuguese Malignant Neoplasm Catalogue – Methodological approach and early findings" (42)

Time

FRIDAY 30TH OCTOBER 2015

09:00

Welcome and Introduction from IHTSDO

(Room: TBC)

09:30

KEYNOTE: James Read Memorial Lecture by Dr Charles Gutteridge

(Room: TBC)

10:30MORNING BREAK (served in the Expo Exhibition Hall in the 2nd Floor Foyer)
 

Stream A: Vendors/Implementation

(Room: TBC)

Stream B: Clinical/Collaboration

(Room: TBC)

Stream C: SNOMED Enhancement

(Room: TBC)

Education D: (English Language)

(Room: TBC)

Education E: (Spanish Language)

(Room: TBC)

11:00"Creating the Uruguayan National Extension of SNOMED CT" (63)HL7 - 'SNOMED CT in HL7 value sets - messages, FHIR and CIMI'."Algorithmic Approach to Mapping SNOMED CT to ICD-10" (46)

Tutorial: "SNOMED CT Authoring and Editing" (in English)

(Cathy Richardson)



Tutorial: "Introduction to SNOMED CT" (in Spanish)


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11:30"Clinical Documents Ontology for the National Electronic Health Record project" (58)"FHIR® works with SNOMED CT® – Implementing a National Federated Terminology Service" (20)"Extracting mappings based on existing mappings between SNOMED CT and ICD-10-CM"(23)
12:00"Imaging Procedures National Catalogue in Uruguay" (55)"Clinical Dictionary for iHealth"(24)
12:30LUNCH BREAK (served in the 'Exhibition Room' on the 3rd Floor)
13:30"Experience using SNOMED CT in Electronic Medical Record solutions in Uruguay" (65) GMDN - 'From the EHR to regulation for medical devices - linking SNOMED CT and GMDN'Clinical Terminology Governance (1)

China Presentation
(Liara to get abstract)

"Tutorial: "SNOMED CT Authoring and Editing" (in Spanish)

14:00"Investigating the fitness of SNOMED CT as a potential standard for EU-wide eHealth deployments " (29)LOINC - 'Using LOINC and SNOMED CT in the EHR without overlap'"Graph database approach to management and use of SNOMED CT encoded clinical data." (5) "SNOMED CT Patient Driven: building a bridge between patients and professionals in the Portuguese Patient Portal" (39)

 

14:30"Enhancing the Benefits of Electronic Health Record Investments using SNOMED CT" (25)"Development and implementation of standards in Laboratory Information System (LIS) using SNOMED CT and LOINC" (26)"Automated data transfer from EHR systems to national quality registries using SNOMED CT"(12)"The road towards implementing SNOMED CT" (56)
15:00AFTERNOON BREAK (served in the Expo Exhibition Hall in the 2nd Floor Foyer)
15:30GOODBYE and THANK YOU!

 





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