- National Interoperability Reference Architecture underpinned by openEHR Archetypes - but no CKM in action as the government is keen to see what comes out of FHIR & openEHR joint modelling initiative.
Just deployed a new clinical registry: gestational diabetes using full openEHR front and backends (using OceanEHR Framework)
Also using archetype modelling for national cardiac registry
Koray joining theresearch team involved in Virtual Physiological Human initiative (EU based) and will look at to applying openEHR to bridge various physiological, anatomical and clinical models.
openEHR is also planned to underpin a new Centre of Research Network Excellence (MedTech CoRE) platform idea to create an interoperable 'ecosystem' for medical devices. Funded by NZ govt ($26m)
Also started research collaboration with the State University of Amazon in Brazil and shortly kicking off a project to develop an openEHR based diabetic foot management system (a clinical system + app)
- slides PPT; list of archetypes
- main gov priority - interop Main government priority on interoperability / data sharing between 17 regions
- 10 clinical documents defined by MOH in form of 13606 archetypes
- MOH review of archetypes currently underway
- 13606 will be long term direction for data interop between regions; archetype basedProbably ADL 1.5 of more interest?
- MOH is funding training activities in Snomed, 13606.
- Pilots / projects in 5 regions - main ones - Madrid, Valencia