What challenges should you resolve when authoring and implementing FHIR profiles for your solution? What are the best practices and what tooling is available for healthcare engineers and analysts? Is it worth the time of a small healthcare startup, and does it meet the needs of a large healthcare enterprise?
FHIR is a mature standard, though it is also generic and flexible. Many companies, organizations, and even countries are busy adopting FHIR to their specific domain requirements, national regulations, and other needs.
Rick Geimer, Chief Innovation Officer, Lantana Consulting Group
Rick has over 25 years of experience in software engineering, healthcare IT, and electronic document management and publishing. He is an expert in HL7’s CDA and FHIR implementations, enterprise content management for clinical documentation, and software development standards used for healthcare interoperability. Rick is co-chair of HL7’s FHIR-I Working Group, an appointed member of the CDA Management Group, certified in HL7 CDA Release 2, the primary editor of HL7 C-CDA Release 2, a co-editor of Health Quality Measure Format (HQMF) Release 2, the lead on the HL7 C-CDA on FHIR project, and an instructor for many training workshops. He is an expert in developing standards-compliant healthcare IT (HIT) systems and serves as lead engineer and architect on projects for clients such as the Military Health System (MHS), the National Cancer Institute (NCI), CMS, and CDC.
Nikolay Ryzhikov is a CTO at Health Samurai and FHIR-first applications development visionary. With Health Samurai’s team of 10 engineers, Nikolay has developed a cloud inpatient EHR and implemented it in three California hospitals. Since 2012 has been an active contributor to the FHIR workgroup. He is leading the development of FHIR solutions including FHIRbase, FHIR.js, and Aidbox.io.
Mark Kramer, Chief Engineer, MITRE’s Health Innovation Center.I
In this role, Mark helps shape technical solutions for MITRE federal government sponsors, including CMS, CDC, FDA, VA, and ONC. Mark leads the modeling effort on mCODE, and is co-creator of FHIR Shorthand, the tool used to create mCODE and now used worldwide to create FHIR implementation guides. Prior to joining MITRE, Mark developed commercial AI software solutions and spent 10 years on the faculty of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His academic journal publications in the areas of machine learning, modeling, and simulation have been cited by other authors almost 10,000 times.
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