Advance an International Patient Summary standard to enable people to access and share their health information for emergency or unplanned care anywhere and as needed starting with immunizations, allergies, medications, clinical problems, past operations and implants.
Trillium-II steps forward with an outstanding consortium to further advance global Electronic Health Record (EHR) interoperability. Activities surrounding the International Patient Summary (IPS) standards can nurture digital health innovation, lower trade barriers, and advance patient safety & trust, bridging the gap between strategic intent and capability for action by Standards Development Organization (SDOs) striving for interoperability, quality, and safety through standards adoption.
Trillium-II builds on the vibrant community of Trillium Bridge to: (a) Improve international interoperability of eHealth Systems in US, in Europe and globally (b) Accelerate establishment of interoperability standards in eHealth with validated open source interoperability assets and sharing lessons learned with SDOs (c) Facilitate secure, seamless patient summary sharing offering clarity and oversight.
Trillium-II aims to bridge, harmonize, evaluate existing patient summary initiatives and guide emerging ones, leading the way toward one IPS standard by establishing a global community fostering the practice of digital health innovation with robust widely-used interoperability standards and joint pilots.
Trillium-II objectives are measurable, realistic and achievable objectives:
Trillium-II will work with the workforce action, EU and US SDO platforms, large scale eHealth deployments, and emergency readiness exercises, to increase actionable interoperability of health systems in Europe the US and globally, nurturing innovation and fuelling creativity with effective use of standards and interoperability.
|List of participants|
|1||MedCom||MedCom (Administrative Coordinator)|
|2||HL7||HL7 International Foundation (Scientific Coordinator)|
|3||NEN/CEN||CEN Technical Committee 251 Health Informatics, represented by Dutch Standards Organization NEN, which provides the CEN/TC251 secreteriat. STICHTING NEDERLANDS NORMALISATIE - INSTITUUT|
|4||IHE||INTEGRATING THE HEALTHCARE ENTERPRISE – EUROPE AISBL|
|5||I~HD||The European Institute for Innovation through Health Data|
|6||Empirica||EMPIRICA GESELLSCHAFT FUER KOMMUNIKATIONS- UND TECHNOLOGIE FORSCHUNG MBH|
|7||GNOMON||GNOMON Informatics SA|
|8||PHAST||RESEAU PHAST ASSOCIATION|
|9||SRDC||Software Research and Development and Consultation Limited|
|11||LISPA||LOMBARDIA INFORMATICA SPA|
|12||THL||TERVEYDEN JA HYVINVOINNIN LAITOS|
|15||PMS||SPMS – SERVICOS PARTILHADOS DO MINISTERIO DA SAUDE EPE|
|16||ECHA||Connected Health Alliance CIC|
|17||ADI||Advanced Digital Innovation LTD|
|18||Reliant Med Grp||Reliant Medical Group, Inc.|
|19||SmartPHR||PROSOCIAL APPLICATIONS INC FOR PROFIT CORPORATION|
|20||Sequoia||Healtheway, Inc.DBA The Sequoia Project|
|21||KP||KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS|
|22||Lantana||LANTANA CONSULTING GROUP, LLC|
|23||CDISC||CDISC EUROPE FOUNDATION|
|24||HSCP||Healthcare Services Platform Consortium|
|25||AHIMA||American Health Information Management Association|
|List of work packages|
|WP No||Work Package Title||Partner|
|WP1||Management & Administration, Communication and Liaison||MedCom/HL7|
|WP2||Assembling Interoperability Assets for Patient Summary Components||Gnomon|
|WP3||Extending the Scope beyond Emergency and Unplanned Care||HL7|
|WP4||Context, role and adoption of the Patient Summary in the global ecosystem||I~HD|
|WP5||EU/US Interoperability Roadmap, Open innovation and IPS standards governance||CEN/HL7|
|WP6||Making it Real: Engaging with the practice of Digital Health Innovation||LISPA|
|WP7||Dissemination, Market Outreach and Sustainability||ADI|