Join HIMSS Michigan Chapter and the Interoperability Institute (IOI) for an event where innovative and bound-breaking expertise from healthcare, academia and technology come together to solve critical challenges and test possible solutions in a safe, open-source environment. Learn about and ideate ways in which we can help solve problems occurring with electronic consent and interoperable referrals within the state of Michigan. After a morning session of learning, you will divide into teams to begin framing out solutions that will be submitted at the end of the event and voted on by peers for best-in-class awards during the Friday MI HIMSS event. Solutions can range from a PPT ideation with workflows up to a working application. IOI’s Meld synthetic sandbox will be available for use in testing FHIR® resources.
This event is open to experts from business, academia and technology who feel passionate about making a positive change in the state of Michigan via data informatics.
Note: a small breakfast, full lunch, and snacks are included.
9:30 am Check-in/Breakfast/Networking
10:00 am Welcome & Overview
10:05 am Kickoff & Housekeeping
- General Housekeeping Items – Meld sandbox spin-up instructions
- Agenda Review – One day InterOpathon event
- Who’s in the room?
10:25 am Use Case & Track Presentations
- Interoperable Referrals in Michigan (45 mins)
- eConsent in Michigan Presentation (30 mins)
- Meld Demo w/ Consent Decision Service Demo (10 mins)
- Sponsors/Vendor Presentations (5 min each)
12:00 pm Scavenger Hunt Sandbox Activity
12:30 pm Lunch | Intro to FHIR Viewing (Optional for those interested)
1:00 pm Solution Ideation Begins | Join North American Connectathon
1:30 pm Start Working on Solution
4:40 pm Submit InterOpathon Solution Ideas to Event Facilitators
4:50 pm Wrap-up Presentation by Event Facilitators
5:00 pm InterOpathon Ends
Student Price: $10.00
Mission Point Resort - Mackinac Island Sugar Loaf Room
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