15 Apr 2008

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Vipul_Kashyap, Jennifer, Jyoti, Tom_Oniki, Helen_Chen, +1.813.396.aaaa, Rachel_Richesson, EricP




<vipul> display agenda

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<vipul> scribe HelenC

<vipul> http://esw.w3.org/topic/HCLS/ClinicalObservationsInteroperability?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=SDTM-Version1.owl

review SDTM ontology, using SDTM data model to express medication, and lab


the purpose is to express CT criteria and write SPARQL query for the demo

Rachel: hard to tie back to existing vac

<Jen> : need to have terms different terms for "prescribed" medication and medication history

<vipul> Concomittant

Jen and Vipul discuss re-arrange of LabTestCategory in the next day or two

May need to add "questionnair" class

Urine analysis and chemistry class have lots of over-lapping

<Rachel> didn't see "clinical findings"

<jen> rearrangement -- move electrolytes to chemistry and urinalysis

<jen> move liver test to chemistry

<Vipul> current demo does not include "clinical analysis" so not included in the ontology

Need to add "physical finding" class as subclass for "finding"

VitalSigns is only of physical examines

remove "intervention"

most of things in CT criteria are about medical history

need to add patient demographic information

need to figure out how HL7 presents patient demo info

What is the difference between "Finding" and "Finding Category"?

Under finding, need to add "Diagnosis" class

<Jen> Adverse event, related to "intervention", and can under "indication" for medication

<jen> indication is not symptom

<jen> suggest to move indication under "medication"

<jen> indication means symptom and use of medication

<vipul> indication can be a broad concept,

<vipul> remove intervention, add medical history,

<vipul> add physical exam under finding

encourage sharing of these knowledge generated at COI and collaboration with other groups

<vipul> show agenda

<jyoti> dicuss clinical practice ontology

<vipul> http://esw.w3.org/topic/HCLS/ClinicalObservationsInteroperability?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=ClinicalPractice-Ontology-Version-3.ppt

removed qualifiers and information not relavent to the demo test cases

removed "vital sign" class,

add "hasData" property to capture the value of the vital signs

what is the sementic of "hasItem" property?

<vipul> similar to "hasMember", saying something is a member of "blood pressure pannel"

Need to capture the undering sementics,

<vipul> propose to post-cordinated methods rather then pre-cordinated method, when describing anatomical location

<Jyoti> ControlAct, SubstanceADministration classes taken from HL7, hope to get feedback from people familiar with HL7

how to capture the state of act such as "giving medication" (stopped, continuned")

control act is to be used to mark the state of act, similar to HL7 RIM

STDM model clearly identy time, but not represent "stop" and "suspended" kind of event

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