Public Health FHIR® Implementation Collaborative (PHFIC)
Public Health FHIR® Implementation Collaborative
PHFIC Technical Advisory Services
Every Wednesday from 12:00pm–1:00pm ET
FHIR® Infrastructure & Workflows Topics
- June 29: How Bulk FHIR can be used to gather population health data
- July 6: FHIR Questionnaires: Improving form workflows
- July 13: CDS Hooks: The promise of decision support tools
- July 20: A FHIR Ecosystem: A vision of how FHIR can change public health workflows
- July 27: FHIR Training: Where do I get help?
CDC PHFIC FHIR® Office Hours are open to CDC employees, their collaborative partners, and state, territorial, local, and tribal (STLT) health authorities.
Office Hours, workshops, and other FHIR® advisory services are facilitated by the Public Health FHIR® Implementation Collaborative (PHFIC) project.
Please email PHFIC@mitre.org for the NEW Office Hours Zoom information that started on June 1, 2022.
To receive the PHFIC info, please fill out our stay updated survey.
PHFIC hosted workshops for the STLT community to assist with their data modernization and FHIR® planning.
WS1 Date: Monday, February 7, 2022
Applying FHIR® to STLT Public Health
WS1 Presentation & other assets
WS2 Date: Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Conceptualizing FHIR®-Based Approaches to STLT Public Health Data Modernization: Understanding Technical Aspects of Adopting FHIR® for STLT Public Health
WS2 Presentation & other assets
WS3 Date: Monday, June 6, 2022
Conceptualizing FHIR®-Based Approaches to STLT Public Health Data Modernization: Recognizing Policy and Community Supports for STLT Adoption of FHIR®
WS3 Presentation & other assets
PHFIC Steering Committee
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