Introduction to FHIR Terminology track
Background material for the intro to FHIR track
|11:30||0.25||Introduction and orientation|
Presentation - intro to FHIR Terminology Services
|Overview of the resources, operations and general use cases|
Presentation - Follow the Yellow Brick Code
An exploration of the FHIR terminology services resources and operations through a (very) fictitious patient journey
Exercises - or your own thing!
Details below for some exercises for creating/managing FHIR Terminology resources and for using them. But if you have something from your own work that you want to try to do that's even better - we're happy to help with that.
Use the FHIR chat as needed for support
How's it all going?
Go over the exercises if interest (but there’s time tomorrow
|9:15||0.5||Recap from previous day and Q&A|
|Resume exercises with assistance available|
|2:30||0.5||Wrap up and prep for main group show and tell|
Create a CodeSystem for Australian jurisdictions. Include hierarchy to indicate which are states and which are territories.
Create another CodeSystem from a spreadsheet or other tabular source. If you don't have one of your own, try
Browse CodeSystem in Shrimp
Map the created CodeSystem to SNOMED CT or LOINC
|Can translate using the ConceptMap in Postman|
Create a ValueSet
Create a ValueSet for a subset of codes. If you need an example, create a set for diabetes conditions in SNOMED CT
Browse the ValueSet in Shrimp
ECL challenge 1
|Create an ECL expression to define a ValueSet for all the different types of stroke.|
ECL challenge 2 - bonus points
Create an ECL expression to define a ValueSet for all substances, which are an active ingredient in any product containing paracetamol (90332006).
Step 1 - typeahead search
Create a UI in your favourite technology that allows a user to select a concept from a CodeSystem restricted to a ValueSet. Display the selected concept details.
If you don't have one to work with from your own use cases try the Emergency Department Reference Set 32570361000036108 ).
If you want a starting point there's a Let's Build project at https://github.com/jimsteel/termdemo that has a good starting point and follow along instructions.
Step 2 - boosting
Update your search from step 1 to search from all clinical findings 404684003, but boost the members of the Emergency Department Reference Set 32570361000036108 .
Try searching for "hyper" or "anxiety" or "diabetes" with and without the boosting.
Documentation can be found at https://ontoserver.csiro.au/docs/6/ext-boosting-vs.html
Step 3 - dynamic widget types
Try different types of UI controls for ValueSets of different sizes - for example radio buttons for less than 5 options, autocomplete type-ahead search for long lists.
For small ValueSets try
User can search for and select a concept.
|Suggest a replacement|
Identify an inactive SNOMED CT concept and provide a list of possible replacements from SNOMED CT's historical association reference sets - these are exposed as "implicit ConceptMaps" with the following URIs
You could allow a user to paste in an inactive SNOMED CT concept ID or a list of IDs, or you could try to allow users to search the inactive concepts in SNOMED CT and select one.
|User can find replacements of different types for an inactive concept|
Is the following coding valid in the implicit ValueSet for the reference set 32570361000036108 from SNOMED CT-AU? How would you find out?
|Fix an invalid FHIR resource||Valid FHIR resource|
|ValueSet differences||Find the difference in the expansion of a ValueSet using two different versions of a terminology. For example the new and removed "Containered Trade Product Pack" (CTPP) concepts in AMT between two versions of SNOMED CT-AU - this is the implicit ValueSet URI for CTPP concepts http://snomed.info/sct?fhir_vs=refset/929360051000036108.|
How many of the following does the Australian Emergency Department Reference Set 1244621000168103 contain
How do those numbers compare to all of SNOMED CT?
Demo server for the connectathon
Ontoserver R4 sandbox
(If you have a test server, let me know and I’ll add it to to the list)