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HIMSS STANDARDS INITIATIVES 2004 HIMSS STANDARDS INITIATIVES 2004

GOAL • Industry Affairs – The expertise and knowledge of healthcare information professionals frame GOAL • Industry Affairs – The expertise and knowledge of healthcare information professionals frame and lead healthcare legislation, regulations, policies, standards and practices. 2004

Strategic Objective • HIMSS is the recognized organization of expertise in healthcare information legislation, Strategic Objective • HIMSS is the recognized organization of expertise in healthcare information legislation, regulations, policies, standards and practices. 2004

Standards Initiatives • United States Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) • International Organization for Standards Initiatives • United States Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) • International Organization for Standardization Technical Committee for Health Informatics (ISO/TC 215) • Electronic Health Record • E-Prescribing • Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise 2004

United States Technical Advisory Group US TAG Activities 2004 United States Technical Advisory Group US TAG Activities 2004

Focus on Standards Initiatives • 2003: HIMSS appointed secretary of ISO/TC 215 and administrator Focus on Standards Initiatives • 2003: HIMSS appointed secretary of ISO/TC 215 and administrator of the US technical advisory group (US TAG) by American National Standards Institute (ANSI) • 2005: Standards activities include: – HIMSS committees, task forces and work groups – National and International involvement 2004

US Technical Advisory Group • Who – US citizens who are specifically interested in US Technical Advisory Group • Who – US citizens who are specifically interested in a particular area of knowledge, in this case Health Informatics • Experts, could be University faculty or informatics specialists • Vendors, who use or market products that use standards • End Users, using the product within their area of knowledge or practice 2004

US TAG for ISO/TC 215 • Each country that holds membership in an international US TAG for ISO/TC 215 • Each country that holds membership in an international technical committee has a national special interest group – In the US this group is called a technical advisory group (TAG) • This TAG is specifically organized to work with health informatics 2004

 • What US TAG – United States technical advisory group to the international • What US TAG – United States technical advisory group to the international Organization of Standardization (ISO) technical committee (TC) 215 Health Informatics • TAG members decide the US position on new and updated health informatics standards – Provide content expertise to health informatics standards development 2004

US TAG • When – This group meets 2 times a year, March and US TAG • When – This group meets 2 times a year, March and November – Communication occurs in several ways • E-mail • Telephone conferences • Face-to-face meetings • Web conferences (coming soon) • Membership – E-mail [email protected] org 2004

TAG Member Functions • Initiate and approve new work items within the TAG for TAG Member Functions • Initiate and approve new work items within the TAG for possible inclusion into the ISO/TC 215 work program • Be a part of the consensus building process for draft ISO standards • Represent the US on the ISO/TC 215 international committee 2004

Member Functions • Nominate US experts to serve on an ISO/TC 215 working group Member Functions • Nominate US experts to serve on an ISO/TC 215 working group • Establish liaison with other US TAG committees with similar field of interest • Recommend that ANSI invite ISO committees to hold meetings in the US 2004

TAG Membership Benefits • Opportunity to collaborate with National and International experts, vendors and TAG Membership Benefits • Opportunity to collaborate with National and International experts, vendors and end users in a collegiate atmosphere • Become a delegate to an International ISO Plenary meeting- each Spring- 2005 May • Participate in building US consensus on draft ISO deliverables 2004

Overview of ISO/TC 215 Health Informatics Standardization 2004 Overview of ISO/TC 215 Health Informatics Standardization 2004

ISO TC 215 Health Informatics Chair : Yun Sik Kwak, MD, Ph. D (Korea/USA) ISO TC 215 Health Informatics Chair : Yun Sik Kwak, MD, Ph. D (Korea/USA) until 2006 Secretariat : ANSI (USA) Secretary : Audrey Dickerson, MS, RN (HIMSS, USA)) Scope : Standardization in the field of information for health, and Health Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to achieve compatibility and interoperability between independent systems. Also, to ensure compatibility of data for comparative statistical purposes (e. g. classifications), and to reduce duplication of effort and redundancies. 2004

Diagram of the TC 215 Organization 2004 Diagram of the TC 215 Organization 2004

Work Group Topics 1 – Data Structure 2 – Data Interchange 3 –Semantic Content Work Group Topics 1 – Data Structure 2 – Data Interchange 3 –Semantic Content 4 – Security 5 – Health Smart Cards 6 –E-Pharmacy and Medication Business 7 - Devices 8 -Business Requirements for an EHR 2004

Task Forces in TC 215 • E-Health – global initiative that includes telehealth and Task Forces in TC 215 • E-Health – global initiative that includes telehealth and internet health • COPOLCO – Consumer health group dedicated to assisting understanding of health standards 2004

ISO TC 215 Membership ‘P' (Participating/Voting Country) Member Bodies = 24 Africa : Kenya ISO TC 215 Membership ‘P' (Participating/Voting Country) Member Bodies = 24 Africa : Kenya South Africa N America : Canada USA (Secretariat) S America : None Asia : Israel Japan Korea Turkey Europe : Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Italy Netherlands Norway Russian Federation Serbia Spain Sweden United Kingdom Oceania : Australia New Zealand 2004

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What can You do? • Participate – Participate • Lead change with the HIMSS What can You do? • Participate – Participate • Lead change with the HIMSS & the US TAG • To learn more, contact: – Audrey Dickerson at [email protected] org 230 E. Ohio ST. Suite 500 Chicago, Illinois 60611 312 -915 9233 2004