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Standards Summer School: Introduction to Version 3 (2015)


Presenter:
Abdul-Malik Shakir
FHL7: Co-Chair, HL7 Modeling and Methodology Work Group; President and Chief Informatics Scientist, Hi3 Solutions
This series of four 90-minute webinars is presented according to the following schedule:
  • Introduction to Version 3, Part 1: Fundamentals
  • Introduction to Version 3, Part 1: Fundamentals (continued)
  • Introduction to Version 3, Part 2: Messaging
  • Introduction to Version 3, Part 2: Messaging (continued)

Part 1: Fundamentals (2 webinars)

Description:
Part 1 is a rigorous introduction to HL7's Version 3. Included in these classes is:
  • The rationale for Version 3
  • Explanation of Version 3's two key concepts: messaging and documents (CDA)
  • Essential concepts and terminology necessary to evaluate and use the static models of Version 3

Intended Audience:
  • Anyone interested in Version 3 implementation or standards development 
  • Anyone interested in more advanced Version 3 classes on messaging and documents (eg, CDA)

Objectives
Upon completion of these webinars, attendees will be able to:
  • Discuss the purpose, function and format of Version 3
  • Describe the architecture and identify core characteristics of the V3 Reference Information Model (RIM)
  • Review and interpret Version 3 constrained models (RMIMS)
  • Locate and access Version 3 publications


Part 2: Messaging (2 webinars)

Description:
Part 2 builds on Part 1 Fundamentals by focusing on how messaging is addressed with the Version 3 standard. It will address the standard format and interaction specifications required for two disparate healthcare systems to communicate at the application level.

Intended Audience:
  • Anyone who needs to read Version 3 messaging publications
  • Anyone interested in Version 3 implementation or standards development
  • Anyone interested in more advanced classes on Version 3

Objectives
Upon completion of this webinar, attendees will be able to:
  • Describe the structure and outline the contents of the Version 3 standard publication
  • Review and assess a Version 3 functional domain
  • Interpret and discuss Version 3 static and dynamic models needed for specific Version 3 messaging scenarios
  • Identify rules for Version 3 message exchange

Prerequisites:
  • Introduction to Version 3, Part 1: Fundamentals
  • It is assumed that the attendee has basic familiarity with Version 3 including a general understanding of the RIM and how to interpret the RMIMs. This is covered in Part 1 of the class.