Patient records are currently stored in disparate systems (care, pharmacy, lab) in varied clinical settings (hospital, primary care, community services) and in different formats (data models, structured vs. unstructured data) governed by dissimilar regulatory and privacy policies. This webinar will address how Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) will revolutionize the availability and discovery of all types of electronic health records (EHRs).
The need for structured and standardized data access is paramount. FHIR can easily be integrated into research databases to support collection and verification of clinical study data, automated research workflow, accelerated data analysis, clinical decision support and other machine-based processes. HL7 FHIR continues its strong trajectory of global adoption across the healthcare industry because of its ability to provide an API standards-based window into disparate systems, and a common platform for applications-based data access, sharing and reuse.
Going forward, FHIR will become an integral part of life sciences data exchange, as it is customizable and vendor-neutral, thus paving the way to a revolution in the life sciences industry. With FHIR being accepted and implemented across the healthcare domain, it will overcome a major barrier to security and confidentiality of protected health information (PHI) and CCI.
Join this webinar to understand how FHIR is acting as a primary catalyst for health data interoperability and to drive evidence-based insights in life sciences.
Shreejit Nair, SVP & Business Lead, Life Sciences Market, CitiusTech
Shreejit Nair has over 20 years of experience across technology consulting, program management, business development, account management in healthcare, digital convergence and IT outsourcing space with Fortune 100 companies in US and Europe. At CitiusTech, he heads the Life sciences business in US & Europe responsible for business development and sales & account management. Prior to CitiusTech, he worked with IT consulting companies and performed wide-ranging leadership roles including leading Sales Operations transformation. Nair holds a Masters in Marketing degree from Mumbai University and is a Bachelors in Engineering with specialization in Production Eng. and Mgmt.Message Presenter
Wayne Kubick, Chief Technology Officer, Health Level Seven International
Wayne Kubick has over 30 years leadership experience in information technology for life sciences research and development among pharmaceuticals, CROs, technology and consulting companies. He is the Chief Technology Officer for Health Level Seven International, an ANSI-accredited Standards Development Organization (SDO). He leads HL7 work groups to develop and maintain HL7’s product lines. He was formerly Chief Technology Officer for CDISC, the leading SDO for pharmaceutical clinical research, and has held many senior executive roles with BBN Software Products, Parexel International, Lincoln Technologies and Oracle Health Sciences. Kubick has an MBA from Boston University and has a Bachelor degree from University of Illinois.Message Presenter
Dr. W. Ed Hammond, PhD, Director, Duke Center for Health Informatics Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute
Ed Hammond has provided vision and leadership in most aspects of health informatics for over fifty years. He has been engaged in AMIA, ACMI, IMIA, HL7 International, ISO TC 215, JIC, PAHO, IADB, and various US Government activities over the years. His current research is in data visualization; realizing interoperability using HL7 FHIR®, SMART®, and CDS Hooks; app development; registries, EHRs, human metrics, and data elements. He is also committed to the concept of learning health as the primary way in which we can most effectively increase the quality and performance of health care. He has a NCATS grant to automate and digitize the entire process in support of a single IRB for multiple site IRBS.Message Presenter
Who Should Attend?
This webinar will benefit senior executives (VP/Sr. Director/Director Data Management), subject matter experts and leading technologists from:
- Biopharmaceutical product development
- Academic and translational research organizations
- Other stakeholders involved in clinical trials Phases 1-4
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, participants will learn about:
- The importance and need for biopharmaceutical organizations, CROs and research sites to implement FHIR in their data infrastructure for data capture and exchange of real-world data among life sciences stakeholders and regulatory authorities
- How FHIR will help make clinical trials more patient-centric
- How FHIR makes standardized data more available and usable to drive meaningful insights
CitiusTech is a strategic partner and a specialist provider of healthcare technology services and solutions to some of the world’s largest healthcare organizations. CitiusTech works at the edge of digital transformation. It focuses on multiple areas of digital technology, such as Business Intelligence, mobility & IoT, Big Data, cloud computing, predictive analytics & data science. Our services and solutions include healthcare software development, healthcare interoperability, regulatory compliance, BI/analytics, management consulting, consumer engagement, care coordination and population health management. We help customers accelerate innovation in healthcare through solutions and accelerators for clinical quality reporting, interoperability, healthcare big data, predictive analytics, cloud computing and mobile health.