Monday, June 7
Allan Mustard, chair of the OpenStreetMap Foundation, will give an insight on the OSM Project. The OpenStreetMap Foundation is a non-profit foundation whose aim is to support and enable the development of freely-reusable geospatial data.
Grey Faulkenberry will present his view on using FHIR for vaccine tracking.
Tuesday, June 8
ONC Panel “Views of the National Coordinator: Past, Present and Future”, chaired by Lori Evans Bernstein.
National Coordinator for Health Information Technology at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Wednesday, June 9
John Halamka and Brian Anderson will co-present on the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI), a coalition of organizations committed to empowering individuals with access to their vaccination records based on open, interoperable standards.
John Manning and Chris Brancato are speakers in the Doctor and Patient Track. John will talk about the Power BI dashboards he built for Emergency Department doctors, using data from multiple source systems.
Thursday, June 10
During the daily opening session, Amandine Le Pape will host a session on “Interoperability in the world of messaging”, followed by presentations in the Doctor and Patient Track.
“PRAPARE: Mobile Screening for Social Determinants of Health Using FHIR” will be presented by Elizabeth Olson and Katie McCurdy will present “Only Patients Hold the Whole Story: the Impact of Visual, Patient-Generated Health Histories”.
During the closing session, Michael Wang will be hosting “HER Access Logs for Evaluating Burnout”, as part of the doctor track. This presentation will be followed by a Doctor/Patient Roundtable ““What Do Patients and Doctors Need From Us Developers”, hosted by Dave deBronkart (“e-Patient Dave”).
The closing keynote is, traditionally, by HL7 FHIR Product Director Grahame Grieve.
Senior Emergency Medicine Resident Physician, Atrium Health’s Carolinas Medical Center