HL7 FHIR DevDays 2018

14-16 NOVEMBER 2018
AMSTERDAM

Schedule 2018

In the schedule below you can find the program of the 5th edition of HL7 FHIR DevDays in The Netherlands.
And do not forget to check the Back Rooms Schedule with details on the ad-hoc sessions, including Birds of a Feather Sessions, Geeks Only Sessions and Boiler Room Sessions.

Download complete program 2018 as PDF file


Wednesday 14 November 2018

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Community
Developers
Dutch Track
EHR
FHIR in the Cloud
FHIR for Modelers
Introduction
Medical Research
Terminology
07:30
08:00
08:30
09:00
09:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
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14:00
14:30
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Atrium
Atrium
REGISTRATION
07:30 - 08:30
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
07:30 - 08:30

Welcome in Amsterdam! At the registration desk, you can collect your badge and conference documents.

COFFEE BREAK
09:40 - 10:15
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
09:40 - 10:15

LUNCH
12:35 - 13:30
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
12:35 - 13:30

Time for lunch - also a great networking opportunity!

FOOD, DRINKS and MORE CODING
17:00 - 20:00
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
17:00 - 20:00
Networking Event
Target audience: all attendees

Drinks and food while networking, but also time to continue working in the hands-on sessions, if you wish!

The Louis
The Louis
Opening
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
08:30 - 08:45
Plenary Stand Up
Target audience: all attendees

Welcome to HL7 FHIR DevDays in Amsterdam!
Ewout will open this 5th edition.

More about Ewout Kramer

Google Cloud FHIR API
09:00 - 09:40
Kurt Ericson <span>FHIR in the Cloud</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: FHIR in the Cloud
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Google, GCP, Cloud, ETL, FHIR API, FHIR server, FHIR storage, analysis, machine learning
Target audience: This tutorial is intended for developers seeking to import batch or realtime FHIR data into cloud storage; developers can use the data for both transactions (e.g. EHR integration or SMART apps) as well as analyses (reporting, machine learning, etc)

Google Cloud FHIR API
This tutorial will provide a guided tour of the Cloud Healthcare FHIR API including setup, configuration, and deployment options. This talk will also demonstrate connecting to the Cloud Healthcare FHIR API, executing queries, exporting data to BigQuery. Finally, this talk will provide an overview of a serverless app deployment setup with FHIR, Cloud Machine Learning Engine, Cloud Pub/Sub, and Cloud Functions.s.

More about Kurt Ericson

JavaScript Full stack development
10:15 - 10:55
Abigail Watson <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: JavaScript, Node, Mongo, Meteor
Target audience: Developers, Clinicians

JavaScript Full stack development
One language. One healthcare API. We use Javascript and FHIR on the client, server, database, testing, tooling, and hardware. Spend less time fighting with technology, and more time on clinical scenarios, bioinformatics, and helping patients. Join us for a short introduction on how to get started.

More about Abigail Watson

SMART on FHIR
11:05 - 11:45
Josh Mandel <span>EHR</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: SMART, OAuth, App Gallery, Sandbox, Tools
Target audience: Beginner audience, anyone interested in learning about how FHIR can enable apps that plug into EHRs.

SMART on FHIR
This talk introduces the SMART on FHIR App Platform. We will provide a overview of the platform architecture including APIs, security, and EHR integration. We will describe ongoing implementation efforts with major EHR vendors and large US-based hospitals, and will demonstrate platform resources including the SMART App Gallery, Sandbox Server, sample data, and developer tools and documentation..

More about Josh Mandel

Clinical Notes
11:55 - 12:35
Michelle Miller <span>EHR</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Clinical Notes, DocumentReference, DiagnosticReport, SOAP Notes, Unstructured Notes
Target audience: Developers, architects, analysts
Level audience: All

Clinical Notes
Clinical Notes is a broad label for textual narrative in the patient’s chart, such as consultation notes, discharge summaries, history and physical notes, procedure notes, progress notes, etc. This session will provide an overview of which FHIR resources should (and shouldn’t) be used to support clinical notes.

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Stand-up keynote Janet Campbell
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
13:30 - 13:45
Stand up keynote
Target audience: all attendees

The patient experience
Being a patient isn’t easy. When you or a loved one gets sick, new problems, questions, and struggles arise – ones that we’re often not prepared to handle. Open APIs and patient-centered apps that use them can unlock opportunities to shine a light on opaque processes, answer questions before they’re asked, and bring support when it’s needed most.

More about Janet Campbell

FHIR in Microsoft Azure
14:00 - 14:40
Michael Hansen <span>FHIR in the Cloud</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: FHIR in the Cloud
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR, Cloud, Azure, API Management, Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Target audience: Developers, Architects
Level audience: Beginners

FHIR in Microsoft Azure
This tutorial will provide an overview of tooling and infrastructure for provisioning FHIR based environments in Microsoft Azure. Specifically, the focus will be on how platform services such as managed databases, application hosting environments, and API management can facilitate the deployment of production grade, compliant environments for FHIR services. The use of platform services reduces the operations and management overhead while ensuring compliance. Deployment in a feature rich cloud environment enables users and developers to leverage other platform services for analytics and visualization. The tutorial will point to specific templates and automation tools for deploying open source and Azure native FHIR tools.

More about Michael Hansen

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 15:30
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:40 - 15:30
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Deploying FHIR data in AWS
15:35 - 16:15
Chris McCurdy <span>FHIR in the Cloud</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
15:35 - 16:15
Track: FHIR in the Cloud
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: AWS, Amazon, Cloud, Serverless, API Gateway. Lambda
Target audience: Interoperability developers

Deploying FHIR data in AWS
In this session, learn how to build a serverless interface for FHIR on AWS using the Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda. Learn the common framework for building and deploying such interfaces and how to operate them for production use. Core concepts for serverless computing will be introduced as well as a sample GitHub repository and demonstration..

More about Chris McCurdy

Grab a coffee and code
16:15 - 16:55
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
16:15 - 16:55
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Lightning Talks
19:00 - 19:30
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
19:00 - 19:30
Target audience: all attendees

Lightning Talks
A number of short presentations by DevDays participants on any topic. Five minutes max, that is 300 seconds and not a second longer. Grab the attention of the audience, that’s the only thing that matters. Other than no abusive talks on stage please.

Talk about your own hilarious digital healthcare experience, about litter in Amsterdam, the Dutch tulip rage compared to the FHIR hype, why developers are considered nerds and why that’s a wrong characterization, beer or bikes or beer and bikes, the weather in the Netherlands.

The Howard
The Howard
First Timers
07:45 - 08:15
Vadim Peretokin <span></span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
07:45 - 08:15
Track: First timers
Type: Presentation
Target audience: new attendees of HL7 FHIR DevDays

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In this session, you will learn about the HL7 FHIR DevDays. The following items will be addressed:
Program: what is the set-up?
Networking: how can you meet new colleagues with the same interest?
Hands-on sessions: when, what and where?
Exercises: what to expect?
Assistance: who can help? .

More about Vadim Peretokin

XDS and FHIR
09:00 - 09:40
Gregorio Canal <span>IHE</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: IHE
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: : IHE , Document Sharing, XDS , MHD , PDQm , mXDE
Target audience: Software / app developers , Analysts , Integration Specialists

XDS and FHIR
This tutorial will be focused on the IHE use of FHIR resources to enable API access to Document Sharing infrastructures based on XDS and XCA IHE profiles. These sharing platforms are diffused in many regions around the world. These sharing platoforms are used by many local, regional, national and cross-border projects. The Document Sharing environment provides a way for Clinical Practitioners or paitents to publish documents (e.g. CDA, C-CDA, DICOM, PDF, etc) such as medical summary, episode of care, discharge summary, laboratory results, x-ray, CT, MRI, and other. The IHE MHD Profile defines how FHIR enabled apps can discover these documents, retrieve them, and publish new documents.Advanced IHE Profiles that will be discussed show how these documents could be decomposed into FHIR Resources that are more naturally made available, with Provenance linkage back to the source document from which the FHIR Resource information comes.

More about Gregorio Canal

Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET (1)
10:15 - 10:55
James Agnew, Mirjam Baltus <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Java
Target audience: The tutorial is aimed at developers who want to start creating client side FHIR applications in Java or with .Net, and have little or no experience with the API.

Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET
This tutorial will explain several parts of the API. Code examples will be provided for creating resource instances, sending requests to servers and inspecting the responses. After this tutorial, you will be able to participate in the beginners track at the hackathon.
Join James and Mirjam after this session for the guided hands-on session, where you will build your first FHIR client, using what you’ve just learned..

More about James Agnew .

More about Mirjam Baltus

Terminology and Terminology Services
11:55 - 12:35
Russ Hamm <span>Terminology</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: Terminology
Type: Tutorial
Keywords:Terminology, Terminology Service, FHIR Terminology Service
Target audience: Analysts, Developers
Level audience: Beginners

Terminology and Terminology Services
This tutorial will introduce the fundamentals of terminologies and value sets and how these are used by heath care applications and FHIR. We will also introduce terminology services and describe how terminology services are used to support terminology use in applications.

More about Russ Hamm

Searching in FHIR resources
14:00 - 14:40
Alexander Zautke <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR API, Introduction to Searching, Advanced Search Concepts
Target audience: Developers

Searching in FHIR resources
Since the beginning of FHIR, there existed an official way for searching in FHIR resources. Using a RESTful API, specific information can be requested in a fine-granular way from a FHIR server.
This session will help you to understand the FHIR Search Framework by covering the following aspects:
* Introduction to using search parameters
* Overview of available search parameter types and modifiers
* How to create custom search parameters
* Advanced search concepts like Reverse Chaining and _filter expressions

More about Alexander Zautke

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 16:10
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:40 - 16:10
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Terminology on FHIR
16:15 - 16:55
Russ Hamm <span>Terminology</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
16:15 - 16:55
Track: Terminology
Type: Tutorial
Keywords:Analysts, Developers
Target audience: Analysts, Developers, Architects
Level audience: All

Terminology on FHIR
This tutorial will focus on the use of terminologies and terminology services in support of FHIR domain resources.

More about Russ Hamm

The Kari
The Kari
FHIR4 and what comes after
09:00 - 09:40
Grahame Grieve <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Roadmap, versions, plans, normative, standards
Target audience: Analysts, Developers

FHIR4 and what comes after?
Focuses on the FHIR roadmap: what new features are planned for Release 4, and also discusses on what it means that release 4 will include "normative" content (and how to deal with version change)

More about Grahame Grieve

Community (Projects)
10:15 - 10:55
Thomas Papke, Oliver Krauss <span>Community</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Community
Type: Presentations

This session consists of 2 community presentations, which focus on the implementation best practices of their project/product. These presentations are NOT a product showcase - the aim is to have max. 5 minutes to introduce a product/project, followed by a deep dive in things like the architectural approach, tools used, good/bad experiences with FHIR. The aim is for software implementers (even if they're not using the same architecture nor development platform) to learn from the development approach as used in other projects.

1. Integrating web and mobile applications for patients using FHIR interfaces
Thomas Papke, ICW
FHIR Questionnaires, Documents (IHE MHD), Encounters, Observations and many more help us to extend our ICW eHealth Suite to support patient engagement in the clinical process and make data in a cross-enterprise environment available for the patient. Open Source libraries like HAPI FHIR and IPF support a simple development model to build a bridge from the IHE XDS and HL7v2 world to FHIR, but also allow building new beneficial services for patients. Getting technical insights in such an architecture and details about our lessons learned while implementing on FHIR.

2. Enabling Informed Consent with HL7 FHIR Questionnaires
Oliver Krauss, FH Hagenberg
Questionnaires and QuestionnaireResponses are used to document the content required for informed consent of a medical procedure. From a technical perspective the rendering of these documents has to be embedded in the resources, while these renderings have to be individualized for specific organizations. One solution using HTML in combination with FHIR Resources is presented on the use case eConsent.

Scheduling
11:05 - 11:45
Rene Spronk <span>EHR</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: overview, scarce resources, workflows
Target audience: those new to the scheduling functional domain; prerequisite for this tutorial is some basic knowledge of FHIR

Scheduling
This tutorial provides an overview of how the FHIR standard supports the scheduling of scarce resources, using patient appointment scheduling as one of its main examples. Typical workflows in this area (e.g. appointment request, appointment reschedule, no show) will be explained; and after the tutorial you'll understand how FHIR resources and their relationships are used to support those workflows. The relationship with orders will be briefly described as well.

More about Rene Spronk

Extending Vonk FHIR server
11:55 - 12:35
Christiaan Knaap <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR Server, Facade, Components, Plugin
Target audience: Developers, Architects

Extending Vonk FHIR server
Vonk FHIR Server can be extended, constrained and even connected to your own datastore. In this session Christiaan will show how to build a custom component in C# that can run as part of the Vonk FHIR Server.
You will also see how to inject your own data access layer to create a FHIR Facade on top of an existing datastore. All this while still leveraging existing functions of Vonk like validation and authorization.

More about Christiaan Knaap

MedMij, the Dutch PHR infrastructure
14:00 - 14:40
Marten Smits, Ardon Toonstra <span>Dutch Track</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Dutch Track
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: PHR, EHR, National, Mobile Health
Target audience: Dutch developers and architects

MedMij, the Dutch PHR infrastructure
Introduction into the MedMij (Dutch PHR infrastructure) architecture, and FHIR specifications. This tutorial also serves as the Kick-off of the MedMij hands-on track.

More about Marten Smits

More about Ardon Toonstra

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 16:10
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:40 - 16:10
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Security in FHIR - think like a hacker
16:15 - 16:55
Andrew Marcus <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
16:15 - 16:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Security, FHIR Servers, Web Standards, Best Practices
Target audience: Developers, Architects, Business Stakeholders
Level audience: Both FHIR experts and novices

Security in FHIR - think like a hacker
During this tutorial you will learn to "think like a hacker". Asymmetrik, the recent winners of the ONC Secure FHIR Server Challenge, will discuss security in the context of FHIR servers and applications. The speaker will cover basic security best practices that apply to all web applications, and will then examine more advanced use cases specific to SMART on FHIR. The talk will also demonstrate how Asymmetrik’s open-source FHIR server encourages security best practices. The corresponding hands-on session includes a capture-the-flag type challenge.

More about Andrew Marcus

Kas
Kas
First Timers
07:45 - 08:15
Mirjam Baltus <span></span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
07:45 - 08:15
Track: First timers
Type: Presentation
Target audience: new attendees of HL7 FHIR DevDays

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In this session, you will learn about the HL7 FHIR DevDays. The following items will be addressed:
Program: what is the set-up?
Networking: how can you meet new colleagues with the same interest?
Hands-on sessions: when, what and where?
Exercises: what to expect?
Assistance: who can help? .

More about Mirjam Baltus

Introduction to FHIR
09:00 - 09:40
Rik Smithies <span>Introduction</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Introduction
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Introduction, Newbie
Target audience: Those who are new to FHIR, both technical and non-technical.

Introduction to FHIR
This tutorial provides a brief introduction and overview of the FHIR specification. We will examine the basic concepts of FHIR resources and supported interoperability paradigms. An instructor led demo will illustrate a FHIR-in-action scenario. If you are new to FHIR, this is a great place to start.

More about Rik Smithies

Questionnaires / Structured Data Capture
10:15 - 10:55
Lloyd McKenzie <span>Medical Research</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Questionnaire, Mapping, SDC, Data Capture, Data Element
Target audience: Developers, Analysts, Architects

Questionnaires / Structured Data Capture
Questionnaires, forms and surveys permeate healthcare in clinical, research, administrative, financial and other areas. They easy ways to gather consistent data from patients, caregivers and other participants. However, they can be time-consuming to complete and often result in duplicate entry. Also, data captured using different forms is difficult to compare or even find. Structured Data Capture uses FHIR to support sophisticated Questionnaire design as well as automated population of questionnaire responses and extraction of data from responses into other FHIR resources such as Observation and MedicationStatement. The result is improved data quality, reduced user workload and greater interoperability. This presentation highlights the capabilities of FHIR to support sophisticated questionnaires, the trade-offs between Questionnaires and traditional resource representation as well as how to convert between the two styles.
The SDC implementation guide has changed signigicantly as part of Edition 3. The presentation will highlight some of the new rendering capabilities as well as changes in how Questionnaires can be populated, have information extracted, and have scores calculated, It also discusses FHIR's support for adaptive forms.

More about Lloyd McKenzie

FHIR for clinical research
11:05 - 11:45
Sebastiaan Knijnenburg <span>Medical Research</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Clinical research, Trial design, Metadata mapping, (Electronic) Data capture, FAIR
Target audience: Information architects, researchers, data managers
Level audience: Beginners and experts

FHIR for clinical research
Electronic Data Capture (EDC) in clinical trials has been a manual, time consuming and error-prone task. Automated data entry via EHR linkage can greatly improve the efficiency of research personnel, improve the quality of the collected data and reduce the costs. As FHIR adoption in hospitals and EHRs rises, the EHR becomes a valuable data source for EDC tools. Data standardization and mapping from FHIR resource to research questions are required, but often hard to achieve.
In this session we will introduce the how the clinical research process works, from hypothesis to analysis, assess where FHIR can play a role, share our experiences with integrating two EHR’s into an online EDC tool (Castor EDC) via FHIR and we will do a hands-on mapping of FHIR resources to (standardized) research forms to discuss the challenges that come with this. .

More about Sebastiaan Knijnenburg

Profiling in practice (Academy)
11:55 - 12:35
Lilian Minne <span>FHIR for modelerss</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: FHIR for Modelers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Profiling, Academy, Guidelines, Best-Practices, Practice, Use Cases
Target audience: Specifiers

Profiling in practice (Academy)
In this tutorial we will introduce you to our Profiling Academy and address profiling in practice. We will provide you with guidelines, best-practices and tips and tricks that you can take home for your own profiling project. We will also give some examples of real use cases.

More about Lilian Minne

FHIR profiling - overview and introduction
14:00 - 14:40
Michel Rutten <span>FHIR for modelers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: FHIR for Modelers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR Conformance, Profiling, Implementation Guides
Target audience: Specifiers

FHIR profiling - overview and introduction
This tutorial will cover the following topics: * Overview of the FHIR Conformance layer; * Introduction into authoring and publishing FHIR profiles and implementation guides; * Demonstration of FHIR profiling tools: Forge, Simplifier

More about Michel Rutten

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 16:10
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:40 - 16:10
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

How to build a FHIR server with HAPI
16:15 - 16:55
James Agnew <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
16:15 - 16:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords:
Target audience: This tutorial is intended for developers with a working understanding of Java, Java Servlets, and Apache Maven.

How to build a FHIR server with HAPI
This tutorial is intended for developers with a working understanding of Java, Java Servlets, and Apache Maven.

More about James Agnew

Meeting Units / Chalets
Meeting Units / Chalets
Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET (2)
11:05 - 11:45
James Agnew, Mirjam Baltus <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Java
Target audience: The tutorial is aimed at developers who want to start creating client side FHIR applications in Java or with .Net, and have little or no experience with the API.

Meeting Units 1 - 4

Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET (2)
Join James and Mirjam during this session for the guided hands-on session, where you will build your first FHIR client, using what you’ve just learned in the first session at 09.00 hours. .

More about James Agnew .

More about Mirjam Baltus

Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET (2)
11:05 - 11:45
James Agnew, Mirjam Baltus <span>Developers</span>
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Java
Target audience: The tutorial is aimed at developers who want to start creating client side FHIR applications in Java or with .Net, and have little or no experience with the API.

Meeting Units 1 - 4

Building a FHIR client with HAPI and .NET (2)
Join James and Mirjam during this session for the guided hands-on session, where you will build your first FHIR client, using what you’ve just learned in the first session at 09.00 hours. .

More about James Agnew .

More about Mirjam Baltus

Back Room Sessions
11:55 - 12:35
Nikolai Ryzhikov (Click to open)
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 2: JavaScript FHIR Foundation by Nikolai Ryzhikov, Health Samurai
Brainstorm about javascript FHIR eco-system: umbrella project, coordination meetings * FHIR js artefacts(metadata, validation, format converters, fhirpath, client, server framework, ui frameworks integrations)

Chalet 3:

Back Room Sessions
14:00 - 14:40
Rob Hausam (Click to open)
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here
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Chalet 3: International Patient Summary - Exchanging patient data around the world on FHIR by Rob Hausam
Rob will provide an overview of the International Patient Summary (IPS) project and the status of the FHIR IPS IG to be published with R4, plus discussion and brainstorming about the possibilities and strategies for implementation of the IPS in FHIR projects and systems in countries around the world.

Back Room Sessions
14:45 - 15:25
Ewout Kramer, Mariken Fliervoet
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
14:45 - 15:25

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here

Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 1: Chair yoga by Mariken Fliervoet
We sit too much and move too little. This is creating tension and pain in our body. That is why yoga at work is evolving fast. Yoga creates space in your body, so body fluids can regenerate the tissues and joints and keep them healthy.
During this short class you will learn a short sequence of movements you can do daily at your office. These yoga poses will help you increase your focus, enhance productivity and body awareness and release feelings of stress. By doing this you reduce the risk of RSI and burnout.

Chalet 2: Break out .NET FHIR Community by Ewout Kramer


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Back room sessions
15:35 - 16:15
Yoga Roots, Grahame Grieve
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
15:35 - 16:15

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here

Meeting unit 1: Google

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Chalet 1: Introduction to a heartful life
Train your focus and intuition by developing your awareness. Becoming aware of your different states of being, you can have more control over your emotions and create a higher level of focus, inner peace and a feeling of well-being.
In this introduction you will learn to observe your awareness, how you are living and how to reduce stress or negative feelings. Train your mind to be in the moment and focus.
Teacher: Mariken Fliervoet, Yoga Roots

Chalet 2: Liquid by Grahme Grieve, HL7 International

Chalet 3:

Back Room Sessions
16:15 - 16:55
Martijn Harthoorn (Click to open)
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
16:15 - 16:55

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 3: Simplifier.net Q&A by Martijn Harthoorn
Roadmap, plans and Q&A for Simplifier.net users and customers.

Back Room Sessions
17:00 - 17:45
James Agnew (Click to open)
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
17:00 - 17:45

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

Meeting Unit 2: Meeting on invitation only

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Meeting Unit 4: Microsoft

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Chalet 2: FHIR in SouthEast Asia by James Agnew
FHIR is an opportunity for health IT in Southeast Asia. An “Open toolkit for interoperability” would be a way to spread the knowledge of FHIR. What should be in the toolkit and who can contribute?

Chalet 3:

Back Room Sessions
18:00 - 18:45
Vadim Pertokin (click for pop up)
Wednesday, 14 November 2018
18:00 - 18:45

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Meeting Unit 3: R3R4 FHIR mapping by Vadim Peretokin

Meeting Unit 4: Microsoft

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Wednesday 14 November 2018

Thursday 15 November 2018

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Atrium
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REGISTRATION
07:30 - 08:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
07:30 - 08:30

The crew is available at the registration desk for any questions on the FHIR DevDays 2018.

COFFEE BREAK
09:40 - 10:15
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:40 - 10:15

LUNCH
12:35 - 13:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
12:35 - 13:30

A great moment to choose from the lunch buffet while catching up with your FHIR friends.

Hands-on
13:30 - 17:00
Thursday, 15 November 2018
13:30 - 17:00
Type: Hands-on
Target audience: all attendees

During the hands-on sessions, attendees will be performing exercises from the tutorials, or work on their own use-cases. The tables in the large rooms are grouped per track. Experts are available to guide you through the exercises and answer any questions you may have.

Hands-on Hacking FHIR (security track)
14:45 - 15:25
Dan Benjamin, Asymmetrik
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:45 - 15:25

Hands-on Hacking FHIR (security track)

Dan Benjamin, Assymetrik

NIGHT OUT
17:15 - 18:00
Party until late
Thursday, 15 November 2018
17:15
For all attendees!

Join us for the social event, one of the highlights of DevDays!

On Thursday evening, we are heading for ZuidPool (South Pole), a venue with authentic winter scenery. But do not worry, it will be warm and cosy!
At ZuidPool, you can drink, eat and socialize with colleagues and friends. Several activities will be organized, like parlor games and even whisky tasting!

A great evening to get together with your FHIR friends, so hope to see you there!

Program
17:15-17:30 Gathering for Social event outside the venue B3
17:30-18:00 Travel by bus to the location (included)
18:00-21:00 Social event and dinner at ZuidPool
20:45+21:30 One bus will make one trip to the following hotels: Hotel Corendon and Hotel Artemis (first come first serve)
21:30 Leave ZuidPool to explore Amsterdam on your own

The Louis
The Louis
Opening
Thursday, 15 November 2018
08:30 - 08:45
Type: Plenary
Target audience: all attendees

Learn about the high lights of the second day of FHIR DevDays 2018.

More about Ewout Kramer

GraphQL, FHIR and Javascript
09:00 - 09:40
Robert Winterbottom <span>Developers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: GraphQL, FHIR Servers, Javascript, NodeJS
Target audience: Developers, Specifiers
Level audience: Both FHIR experts and novices

GraphQL, FHIR and Javascript
GraphQL is a powerful new paradigm for building advanced APIs. It is built on a strongly-typed data model, which not only allows the client to specify which fields to return, but also allows for deep introspection of data models and parameters. This has enabled a rich ecosystem of client and server libraries, including UIs for navigating the data model. In this talk, the speaker will introduce GraphQL, explain how it fits into the FHIR ecosystem, and demonstrate how Asymmetrik built an extensible, secure FHIR server around an existing GraphQL javascript server library.

More about Robert Winterbottom.

Order management and Results reporting
10:15 - 10:55
Rene Spronk <span>EHR</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Overview, orders, results, workflows
Target audience: those new to the order management functional domain; prerequisite for this tutorial is some basic knowledge of FHIR

Order management and Results reporting
This tutorial provides an overview of how the FHIR standard supports order communication, order management as well as results reporting, using the laboratory domain as one of its main examples. Typical workflows in this area (e.g. orders, order updates, cancellation of orders, results reporting) will be explained; and after the tutorial you'll understand how FHIR resources and their relationships are used to support those workflows. The relationship with referrals and scheduling will be briefly described as well.

More about Rene Spronk

FHIR testing and system certification
11:05 - 11:45
Richard Ettema <span>FHIR Testing</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: FHIR Testing
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Testing, TestScript, Touchstone, Certification, Nictiz, MedMij
Target audience: FHIR implementers (developers) and testers (QA/QC) and anyone interested in Testing

FHIR testing and system certification
This tutorial will review the FHIR Testing Framework and how the Touchstone Testing Platform implements this framework and supports certification programs. We will examine the Nictiz MedMij FHIR Implementation Support and Qualification program in Touchstone.

During the Grab a coffee and code sessions, stop by the FHIR Testing table where we have hands-on exercises that:
- get you started with Touchstone execution and review of your first TestScripts
- explore various test scenarios with basic FHIR operations and asserts
- examine the process of taking a test case definition to a functional TestScript
- review the publicly available Nictiz MedMij testing suites in Touchstone's Nictiz FHIRSandbox

More about Richard Ettema

Grab a coffee and code
11:55 - 12:35
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Group Photo
Thursday, 15 November 2018
13:10 - 13:25
Target audience: all delegates

The official HL7 FHIR DevDays group photo will be taken, so please be there!

Stand-up Keynote e-Patient Dave
Thursday, 15 November 2018
13:30 - 13:45
Type: Plenary
Target audience: all attendees

From "Let Patients Help"to "Get Out of My Way": why some patients want ALL their data NOW.
Data activist e-Patient Dave is known for his impassioned rap “Gimme my damn data!” but he’s gotten more radical: he’ll make the equally impassioned case that autonomous and empowered patients will develop their OWN apps – and we must do everything in our power to give it to them, full stop.

More about e-Patient Dave

Validating FHIR data with StructureDefinition
14:00 - 14:40
Ewout Kramer <span>FHIR for modelers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: FHIR for modelers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: validation, StructureDefinition, tools
Target audience: Modelers & profile authors who want to understand about StructureDefinition

Validating FHIR data with StructureDefinition
Are you a modeller or profile author? Do you use tools like Forge but want to learn about how the mechanics behind validation and and the StructureDefinition resource? In this tutorial Ewout will show how familiar concepts translate into the StructureDefinition resource and how you can use validation tools to immediately try out the profiles you are creating.

More about Ewout Kramer

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 15:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:40 - 15:30
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Stand-up Keynote Martin Woodward
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:30 - 15:45
Type: Plenary
Target audience: all attendees

Why Open Wins
Martin Woodward talks about why Microsoft changed many of their business models to allow them to work in the open source community and not outside of it. He describes some of the lessons he learned helping explain open source in the company and the fundamentals of why open source data and open source development helps an ecosystem innovate faster and allows companies to focus on building the best customer experiences.

More about Martin Woodward

Grab a coffee and code
15:45 - 16:05
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:45 - 16:05
Type: Hnnds-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Machine Learning on FHIR
16:05 - 16:45
Patrik Sundberg <span>Machine Learning</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
16:05 - 16:45
Track: Machine Learning
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: tensorflow, protobuf, modeling, analysis
Target audience: analysts, developers (intermediate users)

Machine Learning on FHIR
This talk describes how to use machine learning to make predictions over data encoded in FHIR, using Google's open-sourced tools. It will describe how to generate examples and labels, how to train and run the provided model architectures, as well as how to build and evaluate new models of your own.

More about Patrik Sundberg

The Howard
The Howard
FHIR Proficiency certification prep
09:00 - 09:40
Simone Heckmann<span>Certification</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Certification
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Certification, Exam
Target audience: Experienced FHIR developers/specifiers who aim for official certification of their skills or FHIR Beginners who are willing to dive deep into the specification with the purpose of achieving certification.

FHIR Proficiency certification prep
The Tutorial will inform participants about the requirements for taking the HL7 FHIR Proficiency Exam. We will take a quick look over the topics that are covered by the exam, give tips for how to prepare and test your knowledge with a few training questions, so you can decide whether your're ready to take the exam or need more time to study.

More about Simone Heckmann

Building apps for EHR App Stores
10:15 - 10:55
Abigail Watson <span>Appss</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Apps
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: App, Store, Cerner, Epic, Orchard, Apple
Target audience: Developers, Business Stakeholders

Building apps for EHR App Stores
Join us for a discussion of what it takes to get software released into an App Store. We will discuss business structures, liability concerns, legal compliance, hosting requirements, estimated costs, capacity planning, data storage, data interoperability, and security and authorization protocols. We will talk the nitty-gritty of fetching data via OAuth and FHIR, how to store the data once you’ve got it, and how to stand up algorithms and services as business offerings. We’ll also talk about the submission process, and what to expect when people start scrutinizing your application. .

More about Abigail Watson

FHIRCast
11:05 - 11:45
Leo Bergnéhr <span>EHR</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: fhircast, desktop synchronization, websub
Target audience: Anyone interested in standardized web-based desktop synchronization

FHIRCast
FHIRcast is a specification aiming at making it easier to implement desktop synchronization between systems of different vendors. It builds on standard web technologies such as REST-ful services, WebSub and Websockets to communicate the context of a healthcare system's user-facing client as FHIR resources to other systems subscribed to these changes. To jump-start new developers, there is a sandbox utility as a reference implementation of the FHIRcast specification. The specification and the sandbox will be the focus of this talk. Read more at http://fhircast.org.

More about Leo Bergnehr

Grab a coffee and code
11:55 - 12:35
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

From v2 to FHIR Messaging
14:00 - 14:40
Nick Hatt <span>Developers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Messaging, HL7v2, Push events, Bundles
Target audience: App developers, health system interface analysts

Charting the course from v2 to FHIR Messaging: Is it all smooth sailing?
Are you working with EHR vendors that have only have HL7v2 interfaces and no FHIR roadmap in sight? Nick will present principles that Redox has learned in developing v2 to FHIR. The soup-to-nuts presentation will take you from an existing v2 interface to publishing a FHIR implementation guide for it. No v2 experience is expected.

More about Nick Hatt

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 15:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:40 - 15:30
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Grab a coffee and code
15:45 - 16:05
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:45 - 16:05
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Apache Camel and FHIR, an open source solution
16:05 - 16:45
John Poth <span>Developers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
16:05 - 16:45
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Integration, Enterprise, Open source, Apache, Camel, Java
Target audience: Beginners. However, FHIR experts unfamiliar with Apache Camel that are looking for new solutions are welcome too

Apache Camel and FHIR, an open source solution
Learn how to leverage Apache Camel's routing, marshaling and integration capabilities in a FHIR environment. John will demo use cases which involve mapping HL7V2 patients to DSTU3 format and creating new entries in a FHIR compliant server. This will be done by expanding on the example available online.

More about John Poth

The Kari
The Kari
Opening Student and Startup Track
09:00 - 09:40
Lilian Minne, James Agnew, Abigail Watson, Vadim Peretokin <span>t</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Student and Startup
Keywords: Startup, student, innovation, FHIR, compete
Target audience: Students and Startup Attendees

Opening Student and Startup Track
Students and startups will be welcomed to the HL7 FHIR DevDays in a combined opening session. A FHIR expert will give a short lecture. Next, the students will follow Lilian and the startups will follow Vadim for a short briefing.

The Student Track offers students the opportunity to connect with other students and FHIR experts, and compete for the Student Track Cup! The assignments are prepared before DevDays. After the opening session there will be a short hackathon and time to put the final touch on the products and presentations. For more information, see the Student Track page.

Complementing the Student track at DevDays is the new Startup track! We invite innovative health IT companies to attend DevDays on a discount and compete for a cash prize. Your product will compete on: how FHIR enables your concept to work, how innovative your idea is, and the business value your product offers. For more information, see the Startup Track page.

More about Lilian Minne
More about James Agnew
More about Abigail Watson
More about Vadim Peretokin

Implementation Guide (IG) Tooling
10:15 - 10:55
Lloyd McKenzie, Ardon Toonstra <span>FHIR for modelers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: FHIR for modelers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: IG Tools, FHIR IG Publisher, Simplifier IG editor
Target audience: Specifiers

Implementation Guide (IG) Tooling
This tutorial demonstrates how to build a FHIR Implementation Guide (IG) using the IG editor of Simplifier.net and the FHIR build tool. The exercises in the hands-on time will provide the opportunity to create your own IG with guidance of the speakers.

More about Lloyd McKenzie
More about Ardon Toonstra

DICOM and FHIR
11:05 - 11:45
Mohannad Hussain <span>Imaging</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Imaging
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: DICOM, imaging, imaging study
Target audience: Those who have interest in medical imaging and DICOM

DICOM and FHIR
This tutorial explores the basics of medical imaging within FHIR as well as basic interactions with DICOM to be able to query for and retrieve images.

More about Mohannad Hussain

Grab a coffee and code
11:55 - 12:35
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Student Team Presentations
13:45 - 15:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
13:45 - 15:30
Track: Student
Keywords:Student, innovation, FHIR, compete
Target audience: Students

Student Team Presentations
The students will pitch their products in a short presentation (10 minutes + 2 minutes for questions per group). A jury panel of FHIR experts will judge each group based on effective use of standards, originality of their solution and their presentation.

Startup Presentations
15:45 - 16:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:45 - 16:30
Track: Startup
Keywords:Startup, innovation, FHIR, compete
Target audience: Startups

Startup Presentations
Five startups have been selected to compete:
- Alii.care, Netherlands
- Beter Dichtbij, Netherlands
- GoClinic, Netherlands
- Lifen, France
- Nuvyta SRL, Italy

Their products will compete on:
- how FHIR enables the concept to work
- how innovative the idea is
- the business value their product off ers

The product pitches (5 minutes each) and prize awards are scheduled from 15:45 – 17:00 hours.
Please come. Don’t miss their presentations!

Winners of Student and Startup Track
Thursday, 15 November 2018
16:45 - 17:00
Keywords: Startup, student, innovation, FHIR, compete
Target audience: all delegates

Winners of Student and Startup Track
Announcement and awards for the winners of the Student Track and the Startup Track. The winners will pitch their products to the audience before heading out to the social night out in Amsterdam.

Kas
Kas
R on FHIR
09:00 - 09:40
Sander Laverman <span>Medical Research</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: R on FHIR, Predictive modelling
Target audience:Researchers, Data Analysts

R on FHIR
In this short tutorial we will predict patients mortality risks based on their characteristics. These characteristics will be fetched from a FHIR Server of a fictive EHR. We will pull this data with R on FHIR and load into the R environment. In R we will merge the data, train a simple model and eventually predict the mortality risks of our patients with the trained model.

More about Sander Laverman

New FHIR resources for Pharma Industry
10:15 - 10:55
Rik Smithies <span>Miscellaneous</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Miscellaneous
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Pharma, pharmaceuticals, regulatory, EMA, IDMP, ISO
Target Audience: Anyone wanting to know what is new in FHIR, but particularly anyone involved in the pharma industry or those with a medication or prescribing background. The tutorial is suitable for beginners. No technical knowledge of FHIR is assumed

New FHIR resources for Pharma Industry
New resources in FHIR cover the needs of the pharmaceuticals industry and regulatory bodies (such as EMA, FDA). These allied health domains need to cover medicinal products to a much greater detail than for direct patient care, including legal approvals, details of ingredient substances, packaging, manufacturers etc. The FHIR resources have similar coverage to the ISO IDMP logical models for products and substances (ISO 11615, 11238). They also have application in drug knowledge databases that can provide prescribing decision support, with coverage of drug interactions, contraindications etc. The tutorial gives an overview of this healthcare domain and the draft resources..

More about Rik Smithies

FHIR projects
11:05 - 11:45
Anthony Beukes, Dunmail Hodkinson <span>Community</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Community
Type: Presentations
Keywords: Community presentation, FHIR projects, best practices
Target audience: Developers

This session consists of 2 community presentations, which focus on the implementation best practices of their project/product. These presentations are NOT a product showcase - the aim is to have max. 5 minutes to introduce a product/project, followed by a deep dive in things like the architectural approach, tools used, good/bad experiences with FHIR. The aim is for software implementers (even if they're not using the same architecture nor development platform) to learn from the development approach as used in other projects.

1. Creating an event management service using HL7 FHIR
Anthony Beukes, InterSystems.
Tony will present a summary of the journey taken to implement an event management service using HL7 FHIR in response to the need to know where every child is and how healthy they are. He'll describe the use case, the design of a publish / subscribe architecture that makes use of the FHIR Subscription and profiled message Bundle resources, OAuth 2.0, the tools and software stack used for the development and deployment.

FHIR-aware template engine
Dunmail Hodkinson, Blackpear
Dunmail will demonstrate how they combined the Handlebars template engine with FHIRPath to provide a FHIR-aware template engine that can be used to generate web-pages and documents. As software engineers we use shared libraries to simplify development. These includes FHIR libraries and other packages supporting specific capability such as web-servers and transformations. This presentation shows how we combined these packages to accelerate the rate at which we can deliver software.

FHIR projects
11:55 - 12:35
John Grimes, Ruben Pape <span>Community</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: Community
Type: Presentations
Keywords: Community presentation, FHIR projects, best practices
Target audience: Developers

This session consists of 2 community presentations, which focus on the implementation best practices of their project/product. These presentations are NOT a product showcase - the aim is to have max. 5 minutes to introduce a product/project, followed by a deep dive in things like the architectural approach, tools used, good/bad experiences with FHIR. The aim is for software implementers (even if they're not using the same architecture nor development platform) to learn from the development approach as used in other projects.

1. Australia's FHIR-based National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS)
John Grimes, CSIRO.
The NCTS launched two years ago as one of the first production implementations of FHIR. The NCTS incorporates a FHIR server that implements the Terminology Services API and SNOMED CT areas of the FHIR specification, as well as a syndication mechanism for automating the download of terminology releases. Since the initial launch, it has also been migrated from DSTU2.1 to STU3, with R4 compatibility under development. John will present an overview of the technical architecture of the NCTS, as well as a retrospective look at some alternate ways that the functionality of this system could be implemented, if reimagined today..

Implementing a referral flow in FHIR
(Ruben Pape, ZorgDomein
Last year ZorgDomein launched a new interface to facilitate data exchange for referrals between healthcare providers. In this presentation ZorgDomein will discuss the implementation choices made to exchange and secure the data, e.g. through the implementation of FHIR documents, mutual SSL and JSON web tokens. Furthermore the challenges of implementing non-final and moving FHIR standards in a production setting will be discussed.

Synthea: massive FHIR data
14:00 - 14:40
Jason Walonoski <span>Developers</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: sample data, synthetic data, test data, modeling and simulation
Target audience: Software Developers, Data Analysts, Educators

Synthea: massive FHIR data
This tutorial and exercise will introduce and walk through the generation of synthetic data for your next software development, integration, connectathon, or analytics task. The session will highlight Synthea (“Synthetic Health”) an open-source software package that generates synthetic patient records. The software models and simulates over 500 clinical concepts, with a growing list of community written modules. You will learn how to configure and run the simulation (including localization), how to use the resulting data (including pre-generated datasets), and how to explore and modify the existing modules.

More about Jason Walonoski

Grab a coffee and code
14:40 - 15:30
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:40 - 15:30
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Grab a coffee and code
15:45 - 16:05
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:45 - 16:05
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Enable eSource Clinical Research Data in Drug Development using FHIR
16:05 - 16:45
Michele Cherry <span>Clinical Research</span>
Thursday, 15 November 2018
16:05 - 16:45
Track: Clinical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Clinical Research, eSource, EHR, EMR, Real World Evidence, Real World Data, FHIR
Target audience: Developers interested in applications development and other opportunities in using FHIR to support clinical research using data sourced from EHR/EMRs, devices and apps

Enable eSource Clinical Research Data in Drug Development using FHIR
This tutorial will review recent work by the TransCelerate BioPharma Consortium (19 member pharmaceutical companies), including use cases for applying FHIR in clinical studies. Focusing on the use of EHRs/EMRs along with devices, sensors, and mobile applications as transformational enables for clinical research, pharmaceutical companies’ ultimate goal is move beyond point to point integrations (i.e., national level networks) to interoperable and scalable solutions.
The session will review scenarios for research explored at recent FHIR Connectathons, including use of FHIR ResearchStudy and ResearchSubject resources, collection of EHR and lab data for use in clinical research databases, as well as explore more advanced topics such as protocol integration.

More about Michele Cherry

Meeting Units / Chalets
Meeting Units / Chalets
Back Room Sessions
09:00 - 09:40
Patrick Werner (Click to open)
Thursday, 15 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 3: Questionnaires: translation & transformation by Patrick Werner, MOLIT Institut

Back Room Sessions
10:15 - 10:55
Grahame Grieve (Click to open)
Thursday, 15 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 2: Versioning by Grahame Grieve, HL7 International
Using multiple FHIR versions in a single architecture: what are the issues you run into, how to migrate from one version to the next (big bang, gradually), ways to deal with multiple versions.

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Back Room Sessions
11:05 - 11:45
Alexander Henket (Click to open)
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 3: Packaging and Versioning by Alexander Henket, Nictiz

Back Room Sessions
11:55 - 12:35
Martin Bellehumeur, Simone Heckmann
Thursday, 15 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

Meeting Unit 2: FHIRcast internals by Martin Bellehumeur, Siemens Healthineers
Round table of implementers sharing and discussing their understanding and ideas about the future of front-end integration.

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Meeting Unit 4: Microsoft

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Chalet 2: Extracting data from unstructured documents by Simone Heckmann, Gefyra

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Back Room Sessions
14:00 - 14:40
Marco Visser (Click to open)
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

Meeting Unit 2: Spread like FHIR towards data and identity federation by Walco van Loon, Forcare

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Meeting Unit 4: Microsoft

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Chalet 2: Deploying a FHIR server in a Kubernetes cluster by Marco Visser, Firely

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Chair yoga & Linked CarePlans
14:45 - 15:25
LinkedCare PLans & Chair yoga
Thursday, 15 November 2018
14:45 - 15:25
Chalet 1 (upstairs)

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting unit 1: Google

Meeting unit 2: Linked CarePlans by Mauno Rönkkö

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Chalet 1: Chair yoga
We sit too much and move too little. This is creating tension and pain in our body. That is why yoga at work is evolving fast. Yoga creates space in your body, so body fluids can regenerate the tissues and joints and keep them healthy.
During this short class you will learn a short sequence of movements you can do daily at your office. These yoga poses will help you increase your focus, enhance productivity and body awareness and release feelings of stress. By doing this you reduce the risk of RSI and burnout.

Teacher: Mariken Fliervoet, Yoga Roots

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Back room sessions
15:50 - 16:30
Dave deBronkart & Hartful life session
Thursday, 15 November 2018
15:50 - 16:30
Chalet 1 (upstairs)

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Chalet 1: Introduction to a heartful lifeby Mariken Fliervoet, Yoga Roots
Train your focus and intuition by developing your awareness. Becoming aware of your different states of being, you can have more control over your emotions and create a higher level of focus, inner peace and a feeling of well-being.
In this introduction you will learn to observe your awareness, how you are living and how to reduce stress or negative feelings. Train your mind to be in the moment and focus.

Chalet 2: Brainstorming a patient-side app ecosystem by Dave deBronkart, ePatient Dave
My plenary was about "the vital importance of letting patients have a complete 'health data spigot' to retrieve all their data via FHIR." A brilliant example was presented by developer & cancer patient Michael Morris at the D.C. applications roundtable, pulling together data from four hospitals into his own n-of-1 dashboard, which is now the center of his oncologists' view of his case! I want us, using FHIR, to replicate the explosion of a new app ecosystem that I witnessed when desktop publishing gave new power to the consumer (patient) and new workflows for printing and publishing evolved. What will that look like?

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COFFEE BREAK
09:40 - 10:15
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:40 - 10:15

LUNCH
12:35 - 13:30
Friday, 16 November 2018
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Hands-on
13:45 - 14:40
Friday, 16 November 2018
13:45 - 14:40
Type: Hands-on
Target audience: all attendees

During the hands-on sessions, attendees will be performing exercises from the tutorials, or work on their own use-cases. The tables in the large rooms are grouped per track. Experts are available to guide you through the exercises and answer any questions you may have.

FAREWELL DRINKS
15:00 - 16:00
Friday, 16 November 2018
15:00 - 16:00
Target audience: all attendees

The Louis
The Louis
Opening
Friday, 16 November 2018
08:30 - 08:45
Daily stand up
Target audience: all attendees

Ewout will open the last day of FHIRDevDays 2018.

More about Ewout Kramer

FHIR and Protobuf
09:00 - 09:40
Nick George <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: data representation, multi-language support, app development
Target audience: implementers, developers (intermediate users)

FHIR and Protobuf
Internally at Google, we use Protocol Buffers to work with data in FHIR. We've open-sourced many of the tools that power our work, in the hope that they will be as useful to the larger community as they are to us. This talk describes how we've represented FHIR in proto format, with a focus on how this representation simplifies working with extensions and profiles.

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Patient-generated health data with consent
10:15 - 10:55
Mikael Rinnetmäki <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Patient-generated health data, Consent, PHR, Real World Data
Target audience: Developers, specifiers, and regulators interested in patient-generated health data and consent management

Patient-generated health data with consent
The session describes how patient-generated health data can be utilised in clinical setting, with appropriate Consent and how this works with SMART on FHIR.

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Remote decision support with CDS Hooks
11:05 - 11:45
Josh Mandel <span>EHR</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: EHR
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: decision support, cds hooks, smart, fhir, open source
Target audience: Anyone building SMART apps or decision support services

Remote decision support with CDS Hooks
CDS Hooks is a emerging standard that leverages both FHIR and SMART to provide open and interoperable decision support in the EHR. Using CDS Hooks, you can provide guidance to the clinician such as a better medication to order, critical information about the patient, or push a SMART app that should be run. This presentation will provide you with an overview of CDS Hooks, how it aligns with existing HL7 efforts and standards, and what the future holds.

More about Josh Mandel

Hands-on
11:55 - 12:35
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Stand-up Keynote Arjen van Berkum
Friday, 16 November 2018
13:30 - 13:45
Type: Plenary
Target audience: all attendees

Leadership and culture in uncertain times
Arjen is considered the disruption evangelist. If we can automate everything and AI is all over the place, the important question is how to automate our moral compass.

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Wrap up HL7 FHIR DevDays Grahame Grieve
Friday, 16 November 2018
14:45 - 15:00
Type: Plenary
Target audience: all attendees

The Wrap up summarizes DevDays, and looks across the entire FHIR community development process to provide guests with a discussion of the opportunities the community has

More about Grahame Grieve

The Howard
The Howard
A FHIR Server is like the Swiss knife in your FHIR architecture
09:00 - 09:40
Christiaan Knaap <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR Server, Architecture, CDR, Facade
Target audience: Architects, Developers

A FHIR Server is like the Swiss knife in your FHIR architecture
• Do you want to support your researchers? Use it as a Clinical Data Repository.
• Has your region started data exchange in FHIR? Setup an FHIR Server as your integration point to the project, and have it enforce the IG as a bonus.
• Data quality hard to maintain? State your rules as profiles and let a FHIR Server check them on your data.
• Do you have that legacy system that just won’t go away and won’t integrate either? Use a FHIR Server as a facade on top of it and have it speak FHIR.
• Looking for a generic back end for your apps? Deploy a FHIR Server that will host all the resources you need.
Christiaan will explain what a FHIR Server actually is and can do, and give an overview of all these uses.

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Pitfalls and best practices for applications running on FHIR
11:05 - 11:45
Jenni Syed <span>Apps</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Apps
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Troubleshooting, FHIR
Target audience: Developers creating applications against a FHIR server
Level audience: (also) useful for FHIR beginners

Pitfalls and best practices for applications running on FHIR
Learn how to avoid some of the common issues we’ve seen in applications in the wild when they’re first starting development against a FHIR server. This will include examples from Cerner’s public sandbox, but the issues and troubleshooting tips provided are applicable for any application consuming FHIR.

More about Jenni Syed

Hands-on
11:55 - 12:35
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

FHIR Bulk Data API
14:00 - 14:40
Josh Mandel <span>Medical Research</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: Bulk Data, OAuth, SMART, Tools
Target Audience: Beginner audience, anyone interested in learning about how FHIR can enable the exchange of data about entire populations of patients


This talk introduces the FHIR Bulk Data API, which provides a way to query for records across an entire population of patients at once. We'll review use cases and motivation for bulk data transfer; the asynchronous request pattern for initiating an export; the security protocols for backend services authentication; and the current state of spec development. We will demonstrate resources including a FHIR Bulk Data reference implementation (client and server).

More about Josh Mandel

The Kari
The Kari
Packages and Versioning
09:00 - 09:40
Martijn Harthoorn <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR, package, standard, conformance resource, version, versioning
Target audience: Tool builders, Profilers, Authors

Packages and Versioning
Everything that defines FHIR can be found through a Canonical URL. While FHIR was still draft, this was good enough. With real collaboration emerging and multiple versions of the same conformance resources (StructureDefinitions, Extensions, Valuesets, etc), groups of resources that evolve together, the solution is Packages. This tutorial will tell you how can you consume, create and publish packages and how we see a tooling ecosystem emerge for packages. .

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Implementing CarePlan templates
10:15 - 10:55
Ville Lindholm <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: templates, CarePlan, PlanDefinition, CDS, cds-hooks
Target Audience: Developers, Standards’ developers

Implementing CarePlan templates
The goal: creating modular care plan templates that are: a) easily distributable b) regionally customisable c) per-patient customisable d) CDS system agnostic. How far can the PlanDefinition resource be stretched? How to integrate decision support to convert complicated care plans into tractable problems? An in-depth look into the birth of a FHIR-based care plan template standard.

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FHIRPath
11:05 - 11:45
Ewout Kramer <span>FHIR for modelers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: FHIR for Modelers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIRPath, validation, XPath Activity
Target audience: Profile authors, modelers

FHIRPath
FHIRPath is a path traversal and extraction language much like XPath. It is used -amongst other things- for validation of instances. Learn about its syntax and structure so you can author FHIRPath expressions with confidence.

More about Ewout Kramer

Hands-on
11:55 - 12:35
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Type: Hands-on

Time to code!
The speaker will work with you on some exercises and will answer the questions you may have.

Security in FHIR - think like a hacker (repeated from Thursday)
14:00 - 14:40
Andrew Marcus <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR, Apache Spark, Machine Learning, Jupyter
Target audience: intermediate audience interested in deep exploration and analysis of large FHIR datasets.

Repeated session from Thursday

Security in FHIR - think like a hacker
During this tutorial you will learn to "think like a hacker". Asymmetrik, the recent winners of the ONC Secure FHIR Server Challenge, will discuss security in the context of FHIR servers and applications. The speaker will cover basic security best practices that apply to all web applications, and will then examine more advanced use cases specific to SMART on FHIR. The talk will also demonstrate how Asymmetrik’s open-source FHIR server encourages security best practices. The corresponding hands-on session includes a capture-the-flag type challenge. More about Andrew Marcus

Kas
Kas
Flutter on FHIR
09:00 - 09:40
Stoyan Halkaliev <span>Developers</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40
Track: Developers
Type: Tutorial
Keywords:app development; mobile; smart-on-fhir; android; iOS; flutter; dart; health software (IEC 82304); computer systems validation (ISO 13485); Software as Medical Device (SaMD)
Target audience: App Developers, Product Managers, Product Owners

Flutter on FHIR
Flutter is Google’s mobile app SDK for creating beautiful high-quality native apps on iOS and Android in record time. In this tutorial, you will learn about Flutter and the Dart language, how to convert FHIR resources to Dart classes and how to automate the process. You will be shown the Flutter-FHIR-App generator, which takes a FHIR-Profile and generates a complete functioning flutter app for Android and iOS. Finally, a short summary how all this can be helpful with regulatory requirements when developing health software (acc. IEC82304), computer systems validation (acc. ISO13485) and Software as Medical Device (SaMD).

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Community (Tooling)
10:15 - 10:55
Various speakers <span>Community</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55
Track: Community
Type: Presentations

This "Tooling Session" is comprised of a series of 8-minute introductory talks that each cover a tool or toolkit (commercial, open source or otherwise) which may ease the life of FHIR implementers. The following tools will be presented dusing this session:

1. FHIRcast using JavaScript and nodejs
Martin Bellehumeur, Siemens Healthineers
Martin will discuss an open source implementation of a FHIRcast sandbox using JavaScript/Node. The original aim of this sandbox version was to facilitate training sessions where implementation engineers get to play around with the code. The challenges of running the JavaScript sandbox on iOS (iphone,ipad) and websocket connections will be discussed.

2. REDCap/FHIRCap
Jim Steel, CSIR
REDCap is a widely used tool for capturing user-supplied data in situations such as clinical trials. REDCap has recently added support for connecting to a FHIR terminology server to draw lists of available responses in REDCap forms. In this talk Jim will discuss how this works, and about the FHIRCap tool they've built for bridging the data collected by REDCap into FHIR resources for further analytics and incorporation into FHIR-based processing.

3. Sifting data into cohesive datasets suitable for Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
Mohannad Hussain, Agfa
The hardest part of developing a new Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning algorithm is curating the dataset! This talk will cover tools developed by SIIM (Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine) members to address the problem of crawling large datasets via FHIR to harvest records of interest (based on criterion like condition, diagnoses and/or body part), which are then used to train/test Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning algorithms.

4. Progressive Web App for rendering FHIR questionnaires
Daniel Zsebedits, Molit
This tool is capable of rendering FHIR questionnaires and capturing the responses as a QuestionnaireResponse resource. The chosen implementation as a progressive web app enables the usage of this tool on mobile devices and the desktop.

5. Inferno
Robert Scanlon, Mitre
Inferno is a streamlined open source testing system for FHIR servers implementing the Argonaut Data Query Implementation Guide and SMART on FHIR. Learn how you can use Inferno, or extend its open design to test your own requirements.

FHIR projects
11:05 - 11:45
Nikolai Ryzhikov, Andrew Marcus <span>Community</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45
Track: Community
Type: Presentations
Keywords: Community presentation, FHIR projects, best practices
Target audience: Developers

This session consists of 2 community presentations, which focus on the implementation best practices of their project/product. These presentations are NOT a product showcase - the aim is to have max. 5 minutes to introduce a product/project, followed by a deep dive in things like the architectural approach, tools used, good/bad experiences with FHIR. The aim is for software implementers (even if they're not using the same architecture nor development platform) to learn from the development approach as used in other projects.

1. System to system integration with FHIR
Nikolai Ryzhikov, Health Samurai
The REST API is good for client-server interaction, where client exists for quite a short timespan and syncs it state from a server. Scenarios which require the use of a distributed network of FHIR servers are much more challenging - e.g. intercommunication between servers and data aggregation from multiple different sources. Nikolai will provide an overview of existing FHIR features which can help to build system-system integration, and he'll explain a proposal for a FHIR transaction log based on REST and the Kafka API. This approach has number of interesting properties for integration and can be easily implemented for existing FHIR servers and clients.

2. Expanding an App to support different FHIR servers
Andrew Marcus, Asymmetrik
Suppose you’ve built a SMART-on-FHIR app that works with one particular EMR; scaling up to support a second or third EMR is not as simple as just configuring a few new endpoints. The FHIR ecosystem still relies completely on point-to-point integrations between individual client apps and individual server environments. Andrew will introduce Cardiac Consultant, an app built for use with the Cerner EMR, and review the challenges he faced in expanding this solution to support different FHIR servers. He'll discuss some of the pain points of building a truly portable FHIR app, and demonstrate how FHIR facade servers can be used as middleware to simplify the development of portable apps.

FHIR projects
11:55 - 12:35
Marco Descher, Bram Wesselo <span>Community</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35
Track: Community
Type: Presentations
Keywords: Community presentation, FHIR projects, best practices
Target audience: Developers

This session consists of 2 community presentations, which focus on the implementation best practices of their project/product. These presentations are NOT a product showcase - the aim is to have max. 5 minutes to introduce a product/project, followed by a deep dive in things like the architectural approach, tools used, good/bad experiences with FHIR. The aim is for software implementers (even if they're not using the same architecture nor development platform) to learn from the development approach as used in other projects.

1. The real Swiss army knife: A Smart-On-Fhir server for every medical practice
Marco Descher, Elexis project
The open-source project „Elexis“, founded in 2005, provides an application for the requirements of a swiss medical practice. The Elexis server-component provides a self-sufficient Smart-On-Fhir server. This talk introduces you to the full (OSGi-based) stack of the server, and into the vue.js plugin created to consume it.

2. From legacy to FHIR ready medical centre
Bram Wesselo, Leiden University Medical Center
The Leiden University Medical Center is in the process of developing a FHIR ready datawarehouse/dataplatform based on legacy applications such as its EHR, PACS, and Laboratory systems. Bram will cover the hurdles that they had to take to capture changes in source databases (near real time), map the legacy data structures to the FHIR datamodel (and resist the temptation of making yet another extension), and to deal with the transformation from relational (SQL Server) to document (JSON) format.

Scalable Data Science with FHIR
14:00 - 14:40
Ryan Brush <span>Medical Research</span>
Friday, 16 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40
Track: Medical Research
Type: Tutorial
Keywords: FHIR, Apache Spark, Machine Learning, Jupyter
Target audience: intermediate audience interested in deep exploration and analysis of large FHIR datasets.

Scalable Data Science with FHIR
As healthcare datasets grow, so do the challenges of exploring and analyzing them. This tutorial looks at how FHIR can help even with petabyte-size datasets by natively encoding FHIR resources in popular tools for data science at scale. Attendees will use interactive Jupyter Notebooks and the Apache Spark processing engine to explore such data in an efficient, columnar format. Participants will work through data engineering and analysis examples and touch on machine learning. These examples are based on Bunsen, an open source project to simplify analyzing FHIR with tools like Apache Spark.

Prerequisites
For the best experience in this tutorial, attendees are encouraged to have Docker installed on their machines and run the following command to install a Docker image with the data science environment we will use: docker pull cerner/bunsen-notebook

Details on what is in this Docker image can be found here:http://engineering.cerner.com/bunsen/0.4.0/docker.html

More about Ryan Brush

Meeting Units / Chalets
Meeting Units / Chalets
Back Room Sessions
09:00 - 09:40
Topics/Speakers to be announced
Friday, 16 November 2018
09:00 - 09:40

Complete schedule Back Room Sessions: click here Meeting Unit 1: Google

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Back Room Sessions
10:15 - 10:55
Frank Yang, Nikolai Ryzhikov (Click to open)
Friday, 16 November 2018
10:15 - 10:55

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Chalet 3: FHIR Immunization Record Demo by Frank Yang
Frank will show a demo application, build on top of Google Cloud Helathcare API and other Google Cloud Platform offerings such as Cloud ML and BigQuery. The demo walks through the integration step to build an immunization tracking app that provides machine learning insight to empower users to manage their health.

Back Room Sessions
11:05 - 11:45
Grahame Grieve (Click to open)
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:05 - 11:45

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Chalet 1: Graphql / GraphDefinitionby Grahame Grieve

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Back Room Sessions
11:55 - 12:35
Janet Campbell, Nikolai Ryzhikov, Dali Kilani (Click to open)
Friday, 16 November 2018
11:55 - 12:35

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Chalet 1: Smart healthcare messaging by LIFEN, startup competition winner

Chalet 2: Extending CDS Hooks with SMART Messaging by Janet Campbell
CDS Hooks and embedded SMART applications have unlocked new ways to bring supplemental knowledge and functionality to the EHR. However, very little opportunity exists today to integrate seamlessly into the provider’s existing workflow session, whether it’s prompting them to navigate elsewhere in the EHR, automatically exit the embedded application when its workflow is complete, or update in process documentation. SMART Messaging proposes to address this problem via HTML 5’s Web Messaging infrastructure. In this session, we’d like to get your feedback on SMART Messaging: appropriateness and need, implementability, technical approach, and where you think it needs to go next. (http://bit.ly/smart-messaging)

Chalet 3: Server2Server by Nikolai Ryshikov

Back Room Sessions
14:00 - 14:40
Topics/Speakers to be announced
Friday, 16 November 2018
14:00 - 14:40

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