The work of IHE International is impressive through the collective talents of the industry stakeholders and technology to solve the industry’s most challenging interoperability issues. IHE’s efforts have advanced the use of interoperable systems across the globe and in your local community. In this virtual briefing, understand the positive aspects of implementing IHE’s free profiles and the impact IHE has in major organizations throughout the U.S.
- Identify the differences and similarities between interoperability and health information exchange.
- Describe the approach taken by two different healthcare organizations, implementing IHE profiles, that have achieved interoperable health information systems by exchanging data seamlessly and across the continuum.
|11AM-12PM CT||Healtheway: A public/private partnership for eHealth Exchange|
|Abstract: Healtheway is a non-profit, public-private partnership that operationally supports the eHealth Exchange. The eHealth Exchange is a rapidly growing community of exchange partners who secure share information under a common trust framework and common rules of the road. IHE profiles serve as a foundational support for the eHealth Exchange interoperability specifications used among its organizational participants across the country. In this session Ms.Yeager and Mr. Heflin will explain their rationale in specification development, their approach for using IHE profiles, and the strategies they implemented to build eHealth Exchange. Learn how IHE profiles support the exchange of data among geographically widely dispersed organizations.
|12:15PM-1:15PM CT||Personal Connected Health: Potential and Progress|
|Abstract: IHE’s free profiles support thousands of private and public health providers to solve complicated integration issues and they facilitate improvement in personal connected health. An example will be offered of how IHE profiles have been used to build interoperability in mHealth, particularly telemedicine, and between patients and their providers. The IHE profiles are used by the Continua Alliance, and demonstration of progress in Denmark and in Ontario will be described.
|1:30PM-2:30PM CT||Health InfoWay: Building Interoperable Health Systems|
|Abstract: The Canada Health InfoWay is a strong supporter of IHE and is actively engaged in advancing the use of health information standards by implementing IHE profiles to help build interoperable health care systems. Through InfoWay’s support, IHE profiles are primarily used to support sharing of radiology and mammography imaging and the integration of medical devices into the clinical information system among providers in Canada. This session will address the practical ways in which InfoWay is using IHE profiles and the success they have achieved in working with providers to integrate their systems and share information. They will also describe to national strategy to achieve integrated systems and the role of IHE in accomplishing this.
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