SDC or Structured Data Capture might sound unfamiliar, but it is of interest to many health IT engineers. Anyone involved in a project that needed to collect data via clinical forms or maybe developed applications that allow designing clinical forms was working on the same problem that is addressed by the FHIR SDC specification. FHIR SDC specification standardizes the process of describing the form, collecting clinical data, and storing it to the Clinical Data Repository. I am sure that many will find this session useful; someone might find an existing tool to use in their project.
Lloyd McKenzie, Gevity Consulting.
Lloyd provided a quick introduction to the current state of the SDC IG specification. He explained the capabilities of FHIR Questionnaires and the limitations of using them. Lloyd also outlined future plans for the SDC specification’s evolution within the FHIR standard.
Ilya Beda, Beda Software.
Ilya showed us a real-world example of UI forms and related workflows in healthcare applications, where it’s appropriate to use SDC for data extraction and prepopulaton. He also analyzed the current SDC specification gaps and suggested useful workaround solutions.
Scot Brown, Atmodyne.
Scot showcased a demo of a platform that helps to build forms quickly. The platform consists of Form Builder, Form Platform, and DataFlow Engine.
Stoyan Halkaliev, NursIT Institute.
Stoyan gave a presentation and live demo of a very powerful set of FHIRPower.Tools. He presented a Questionnaire designer UI tool and Smart Dashboard, a tool combining various kinds of SMART apps in a single UI.
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