• Icon: Project Proposal Project Proposal
    • Resolution: Done
    • Icon: Medium Medium
    • None
    • Devices
    • Unknown
    • Hide
      Medical devices generally support alert annunciation and management, both from a user interface on the device, as well as communicated to a remote system, such as an ICU Central Station. The Device Alerting project addresses how to represent this information within FHIR, as well as supporting some key use cases such as using analytics to better manage the environment of care. Distributed alert information systems ("DIS") for remote annunciation of device alerts, as well as "dashboards" will also be considered.

      Anticipated deliverables include definition of a FHIR resource - DeviceAlert - and associated implementation guide and educational materials.

      NOTE: This work has been progressing under the PSS-1660 Devices on FHIR - Point-of-Care Device Implementation Guide (2nd Edition) project, but is now being broken out into an independent, more focused project. This will help streamline the more general PoCD IG 2nd edition work, as well as enable the device alert team to concentrate on this subject area. It is also part of the joint IHE-HL7 Gemini Device Interoperability project (PSS-1615), transitioning to PSS-1980), which will continue to leverage the work from this new project.
      Show
      Medical devices generally support alert annunciation and management, both from a user interface on the device, as well as communicated to a remote system, such as an ICU Central Station. The Device Alerting project addresses how to represent this information within FHIR, as well as supporting some key use cases such as using analytics to better manage the environment of care. Distributed alert information systems ("DIS") for remote annunciation of device alerts, as well as "dashboards" will also be considered. Anticipated deliverables include definition of a FHIR resource - DeviceAlert - and associated implementation guide and educational materials. NOTE: This work has been progressing under the PSS-1660 Devices on FHIR - Point-of-Care Device Implementation Guide (2nd Edition) project, but is now being broken out into an independent, more focused project. This will help streamline the more general PoCD IG 2nd edition work, as well as enable the device alert team to concentrate on this subject area. It is also part of the joint IHE-HL7 Gemini Device Interoperability project (PSS-1615), transitioning to PSS-1980 ), which will continue to leverage the work from this new project.

      Reporter: Todd Cooper
      E-mail: Todd@ornet.org

       

            todd.cooper Todd Cooper
            jrhoads John Rhoads
            Watchers:
            16 Start watching this issue

              Created:
              Updated:
              Resolved: