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Thursday, 18th October 2018

07:30Registration desk opens (Crystal Pavilion Foyer)
08:00

Tutorial

SNOMED CT Quick Start
David Markwell, SNOMED International

Room: Gazebo I

09:00

Opening Plenary 

Don Sweete, CEO SNOMED International

Speaker TBD

Room: Crystal Pavilion A

10:30

Exhibit hall opens 

Morning networking break (Crystal Pavilion B&C)

E-Posters viewing


Room: Crystal Pavilion ARoom: Gazebo IRoom: Gazebo IIRoom: Pacific Rim IRoom: Pacific Rim II

Stream A

Demonstrating Implementation Excellence

Stream B

Enhancing Clinical Practice

Stream C

Leading Practices

Education D

Tutorials 

Education E

Hands-On Workshops 

11:00

User perspective regarding SNOMED CT implementation

Raymond Simkus, Brookswood Family Practice (CA)

The Portuguese use case of SNOMED CT in the immunization Susana Sanches, Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde (PT)

Joint Initiative Council: Patient Summary Standards Set

Don Newsham, ISO/TC215 (CA)

Introduction to SNOMED CT

Linda Bird and Anne Hojen, SNOMED International

SNOMED CT Managed Service for Beginners

Sonja Ulrich, SNOMED International



11:30

How we are DOing it: The Osteopathic professions experience with SNOMED CT

Tyler Cymet, AACOM (US)

SNOMED CT – Facilitating interoperable immunization records in Canada

Lori Kane, Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-term Care (CA)

Automatically converting clinical terms into SNOMED CT expressions

Rohit Kate, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (US)

12:00

Frequent releases driving clinical adoption

Kate Ebrill, CSIRO (AU)

Development of a SNOMED CT encoded population health platform using primary and secondary care data sources in east London

Charles Gutteridge, Barts Health NHS Trust (UK)

Harmonizing alternative mappings to SNOMED CT

Srikanth Sivashankaran, IBM Watson Health (US)


12:30

Lunch Break (Crystal Pavilion B&C, Foyer)

E-Posters Viewing

13:30

Implementation of non-linear, dynamic, controlled, meaningful, web-like electronic health records with SNOMED CT content model as a foundation

Marcelo Daniel Carrascal, Argentina Ministry of Health (AR)


Interoperability of disease concepts in clinical and research ontologies – Contrasting coverage and structure in the disease ontology and SNOMED CT

Olivier Bodenreider, National Library of Medicine (US)


Implementation of SNOMED CT in histopathology and genomics to improve cancer care

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


SNOMED CT Implementation Roadmap
David Markwell and Jon Zammit, SNOMED International

SNOMED CT Authoring Demonstration

Cathy Richardson, SNOMED International

14:00

SNOMED CT in an NHS acute hospital - The real deal
Monica Jones, The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust (UK)


SNOMED CT generating cardiology key performance indicators (KPI)

Mohd Syazrin bin Mohd Sakri, Ministry of Health Malaysia (MY)


SNOMED CT and genomics for the EHR

James Campbell, University of Nebraska Medical Center (US)


14:30

SNOMED CT implementation in a tertiary hospital with HIMSS-6 electronic health record
Jamie Cruz, Hospital 12 de Octubre (ES)


National structured synoptic reports for anatomical pathology using SNOMED CT

Keng-Ling Wallin, National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden (SE)


Clinical terminology and data exchange for clinical genomics: Australian case studies

Michael Lawley, CSIRO (AU)


15:00Networking Break (Crystal Pavilion Foyer)
15:30

SNOMED CT and ICD 11

Donna Truran, CSIRO (AU)


The proof is in the pudding – Making the data work

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


SNOMED CT on FHIR

Jane Millar, SNOMED International (UK)


SNOMED CT Translation Experiences
Anne Hojen, Ian Green (SNOMED International) and Members


TBD

16:00

MAGPIE – an interactive tool to find SNOMED CT and ICD-10-PCS codes for medical procedures

Kin-Wah Fung, National Library of Medicine (US)


Mitigating risks and reaping the benefits of user- altered descriptions of SNOMED-encoded EHR data

Nicolette de Keizer, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam Amsterdam Public Health Institute (NL)


UK experiences with SNOMED and FHIR

Jay Kola, NHS Digital (UK)



TBD

16:30

Implementing SNOMED CT in i2b2 data warehouses

Jay Pedersen, University of Nebraska Medical Center (US)


Communicating alert information in the EHR using SNOMED CT

Rikard Lövström, National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden (SE)


A harmonised implementation view for medications

Dion McMurtrie, Australian Digital Health Agency (AU)



TBD


17:00-19:00

E-Posters Viewing

SNOMED CT Expo 2018 Drinks Reception - Open to all delegates (Crystal Pavilion B&C)


Friday, 19th October 2018

08:30Registration desk opens (Crystal Pavilion Foyer)
09:00

Plenary Session

Crystal Pavilion A

James Read Memorial Lecture - Sponsor: The American Medical Association

TBD

Closing Message

Michael Green, CEO, Canada Health Infoway

10:30

Morning networking break (Crystal Pavilion B&C)

EPosters viewing


Room: Crystal Pavilion A Room: Gazebo IRoom: Gazebo IIRoom: Pacific Rim IRoom: Pacific Rim II

Stream A
Demonstrating Implementation Excellence

Stream B
Enhancing Clinical Practice

Stream C
Leading Practices

Education D
Tutorials 

Education E
Hands-On Workshops 

11:00

Implementation of SNOMED CT for national rare diseases registry system in China
Zhi Wang, Digital China Health Technologies (CN)


SNOMED CT clinical engagement activities

Ian Green, SNOMED International


Modular reasoning for improving classification performance of a large SNOMED CT extension with extended description logic features
Robert Hausam, Robert Hausam Consulting (US)

SNOMED CT Analytics and Clinical Decision Support + Health Data Demonstrator
Linda Bird, Jon Zammit, Peter Hendler (SNOMED International)


SNOMED CT Managed Service for Beginners

Sonja Ulrich (SNOMED International)



11:30

SNOMED CT physician specialty subsets in Nova Scotia: Approach for going live
Dennis Lee RKL Informatics (CA)


Boosting synergy between lab and medication workflows
François Macary, PHAST (FR)


Successful implementation of Singapore drug dictionary (SDD) a SNOMED CT SG extension in all public health institutions in Singapore
Pricilla Chua, Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) Singapore (SG)


12:00

TBD

TBD

Clinical application of SNOMED CT in HEDIS® quality measures

Anne Smith, NCQA (US)


SNOMED CT as an emerging international drug ingredient and drug product terminology: Use case evaluation
Vojtech Huser, National Institute of Health (US)


12:30

Lunch break (Crystal Pavilion B&C, Foyer)

E-Posters viewing

13:30

Capturing activity in the anatomical pathology lab using SNOMED CT
Gunn Signe Jakobsen, The Norwegian Directorate of E-health (NO)

TBD

TBD

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TBD

SNOMED CT Implementation Roadmap
David Markwell and Jon Zammit (SNOMED International)

SNOMED CT Authoring Demonstration

Cathy Richardson (SNOMED International)

14:00

Leveraging oral health registries through SNOMED CT
Anabela Santos, Portuguese Ministry of Health Shared Services (PT)


Enhancing inpatient order set discovery process by encoding orderable components with SNOMED CT Terms
Sina Madani, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (US)

TBD

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14:30

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15:00

Conference lcoses


Electronic Poster Presentations

Consistent documentation leading to infection control - Rikard Lövström, The National Board of Health and Welfare, Sweden (SE)
Encoding CIMI models with SOLOR extension content - Susan Matney, Intermountain Healthcare (US)
EPR; Document once – use many –with SNOMED CT - Susanne Raeburn-Burgess, LEP AG (CH)
Identifying inverse concepts for SNOMED CT QA - Tim Williams, Deloitte & Touche LLP (US)
Issues with modeling laterality - Tim Williams, Deloitte & Touche LLP (US)
Standardised medicines terminology for the accurate prescribing and recording of vaccines - Matthew Cordell, Australian Digital Health Agency (AU)
The Belgian SNOMED CT® extension: Translation challenges in a bilingual context - Maria-Cornelia Wermuth, KU Leuven (BE)
Using SNOMED CT in an infection reporting system to transmit notifiable pathogens - Julian Sass, Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Krefeld (DE)
Using SNOMED CT to empower Portuguese nutrition healthcare professionals - Anabela Santos, Portuguese Ministry of Health Shared Services (PT)
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