20:00 UTC on Tuesday 28 May 2019 - 90 minutes.
- Bindings to FHIR Clinical Resources (e.g. value set bindings)
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|1||Welcome and introductions||5|
Recording + Notes.
Summary of previous week (TS) and previous TB
|4||Free SNOMED CT Set for FHIR||50|
Feedback on Green and Amber mappings still outstanding (working group meeting April 11 Rob Hausam ?)
2019-04-16: Jane Millar has received updates about Green, Amber, and Red mappings. Input will be provided by next TB call 2019-04-30, except from the HL7 group input (Amber). The overview paper has been sent to HL7 for input (Wayne, Grahame) and has received positive feedback.
See updates here: Observation binding
Options for Profile discussion:
Notes 26 Feb: UK working on pathology reporting - diagnostic / observation.
Suggestion that we try out two types of profile, both of which avoid issues of conflict between fields within the information model:
28 May: Plan to publish profile for the October conference (8 sessions + working between meetings. Completion for review Tues 14 October (or earlier since we'll need time to complete the IG?)
Tooling for profiles: Forge (.NET) is now R4
RH: Suggestion that "published" valuesets would be read-only.
Revisit any outstanding questions on Allergies.
External publication of v0.1 of the AllergyIntolerance resource
|8||Vital Signs||X||Daniel Karlsson|
Jeremy's work to compare Vital signs profile and SNOMED Subhierarchy - issues with eg blood pressure. Complex expression constraints available which cover the use of observables by the NHS(UK). Mapping to LOINC codes.
See Spreadsheet attached to: SNOMED on FHIR Meeting (TB) - Tuesday 21 August 2018
Issues / Discussion :
v3.4.0 (publication Aug 19?)
These two separate resources existed in the FHIR 3.0.1 Spec. Rob Hausambut have been removed in 4.0 and replaced with ServiceRequest
Need to revisit the original questions raised in this group wrt the two separate resources of yore, and consider whetehr the same issues persists wrt the new single ServiceRequest resource.
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