On Thursday, January 18th, 2018, Keith Campbell presented SOLOR’s first Learning Series with the Federal Health Architecture (FHA). Keith shared SOLOR’s origins and intended use, and the integration of terminology related to clinical statement models and semantic interoperability, followed by a demo of the SOLOR Viewer, and engaging Q&A. For those interested in learning more about SOLOR, but were unable to attend, this first Learning Series and its accompanying slides are available here!
Have Feedback on the January FHA SOLOR Learning Series Presentation?
The SOLOR Team has received your overwhelming requests for a second SOLOR Learning Series, would love your feedback on the first FHA SOLOR Learning Series! This feedback will help best tailor the next series based on what you want to hear and learn.
Please submit your feedback before February 28th, and be on the lookout for information about the next FHA SOLOR learning series in April.
What is SOLOR (A System of Logical Representation)?
SOLOR currently consists of – but is not limited to – SNOMED CT, LOINC, and RxNorm. These terminology standards are “integrated” into the SOLOR Viewer by transforming these source terminologies (SNOMED CT, LOINC, RxNorm) into a common model that provides a uniform representation scheme and additional meta-data needed for semantic integration and advanced versioning.
What is the SOLOR Viewer?
Fundamentally, the SOLOR Viewer is an application (compatible with Windows/Mac) that allows users to transform and view the content. After installing the Viewer, users can navigate SOLOR content, search SOLOR content, and view SOLOR details of the data elements. The SOLOR Viewer is open source, giving project and library access to developers, who are encouraged to build on top of existing functionalities.