Join us for this FREE* online hackathon focusing on Identity, Digital Staff Passports and Access Management to help join up care by providing patients and professionals in all care settings with better tools to allow secure access and to improve staff management processes.
Join us for a FREE* online, two-day hackathon with a focus sharing medications information in a real-world setting.
This FREE* hackathon will bring together developers wishing to devise, test and develop solutions to connect systems and deliver better care.
This connectathon is being held to accelerate the development of key areas of the Share2Care programme, using new and emerging technologies and standards, such as CareConnect API’s, GP Connect and NHS login. We also want to showcase the combined use of FHIR and XDS as a true testament and display of the power of Open Standards.
This FREE* event will provide an opportunity for members of the INTEROPen community to learn from the recent successes of the One London LHCRE and help ‘hack’ towards resolving outstanding challenges facing this and other LCHRE areas – testing the scalability of solutions that will connect care providers across health and social care.
On the day of the hackathon, examples will be given for solutions to each of the three challenges:
– The connection of primary medication and allergies data from the primary care systems and into Coordinate My Care.
– The bidirectional sharing of information from PHR
– The interconnectivity of the National Record Locator
Hackathon participants will have the day to ‘hack’ and solve both architectural and technological connectivity hurdles, with the opportunity to produce first of type connections that we will seek to scale for the pan-London LHCRE programme, and to enable connectivity with two other LHCREs; Greater Manchester, and Yorkshire and Humberside.
We will be using CareConnect FHIR resources curated by the INTEROPen community. These resources make it possible for us to further standardise and share data through APIs, which will support this development and deployment. London Chief Clinical Information Officers will be on hand to help vendors to sense-check examples for real-world use.
In keeping with INTEROPen values, vendors from across the community are invited to attend both planning WebExes and the hackathon event. Information will be shared through these WebExes and on the Ryver collaboration platform to set out the scope and agenda for the hackathon, and to provide participants with the information to commence their architectural plans.
08:30 – 17:00 – Set up, presentations and Hackathon (including lunch & refreshments)
17:00 – 19:00 – Post Hack Reception (drinks, nibbles & networking)
(detailed agenda to follow)
Who should attend:
Sign up for the whole hackathon (08:30 – 19:00) if you are a Software Engineer, Developer, Product Support Analyst, Implementation Consultant, Interface Manager, Product Owner, or a techie with a heart full of FHIR.
Sign up for the post-hack presentations and drinks reception (17:00 – 19:00) if you are a CIO, CCIO, CEO, CMIO, Digital Transformation Lead, IT Manager, LHCRE/GDE Lead, or care professional with an interest in health informatics.
INTEROPen Hackathon Aims:
H = help curate the UK’s Care Connect FHIR profiles and API operations
A = accelerate product development and roadmaps
C = connect people to inspire, learn and jointly explore potential use cases
K = knuckle down and write code or configure software to test these new interfaces
We hope you will join us for this FREE* event to help promote the use of these Care Connect standards and ‘polish’ the specifications; curation on FHIR!
*ticket charge refunded on attendance