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Adoption of the latest laboratory connectivity standards offers wide-ranging benefits – Clinical Lab Products

Healthcare Services Platform Consortium (HSPC). This group undertakes initiatives to simplify the development and implementation of healthcare information systems in order to provide specific decision support over highly refined, standards-based, encoded data. The group was established in 2013 by Intermountain Healthcare, Louisiana State University, and the US Department of Veterans Affairs, and now numbers more than 270 contributors. The intent of the consortium is to define an open, standards-based, services-oriented architecture platform that integrates the terminologies of the systematized nomenclature of medicine–clinical terms (SnoMed CT), logical observation identifiers names and codes (LOINC), and RxNorm (collectively, Solor), to cover the essential domains necessary for healthcare.”

Recent Developments in Clinical Terminologies – SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm – IMIA Yearbook of Informatics 2018

5 Insights from OSEHRA’s 7th Annual Summit – FedHealthIT

Nine VA Programs Receive Awards for Innovation in Health IT – U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

2018 FedHealthIT Innovation Awards Event in Pictures – FedHealthIT

FedHealthIT Innovation Awards – FedHealthIT

Talking Semantic Interoperability with the VA’s Keith Campbell – healthcare informatics

Can Solor Project Create Terminology Foundation for Interoperability – healthcare informatics

Solor Events

The Solor team will be attending the upcoming HSPC Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah from February 27 to March 1, 2019. Follow us on Twitter to stay up to date!

Solor was featured at the HIMSS Conference in Orlando, FL between February 11 – 15, 2019. We hosted a kiosk located at Booth #9001-5, which was situated between the Interoperability Showcase area (#9100) and the Innovation Live area (#9000). Dr. Campbell also co-hosted a session on Solor on Wednesday, February 13 from 4:15 – 4:35pm at the Federal Health Pavilion, #8267. More Information.

On July 31, 2018, Solor was featured at the HSPC 17th General Meeting. Dr. Keith Campbell gave a presentation that included the unveiling of new RF2 export capabilities and Solor genomic content, to be included in the next release!

At the Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) 7th Annual Summit on July 18-20 2018, Dr. Keith Campbell received the OSEHRA 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award for his innovative Solor work, contributions to the open source community, and his commitment to achieving seamless health data exchange.

FedHealthIT chose Solor for its 2018 Innovation Award on May 18th, 2018! Solor was honored and presented the award at the Fourth Annual FedHealthIT Innovation Awards on June 12, 2018. Check out the Winter 2019 FedHealth IT Magazine for our team photo on page 30.

Federal Health Architecture (FHA) hosted a second Solor Learning Series on May 17, 2018. Please let us know if you would like another learning series by visiting our contact page.