Part of the COVID-19 Interoperability Alliance –

Logica is coordinating iterative releases of COVID-19 and SARS-CoV-2 -related clinical information models, value sets, and interoperability resources. All assets are available under Open Source license free of charge and are targeted at health systems and HIT implementors to rapidly produce semantically interoperable solutions across vendor platforms. Assets include clinically prioritized:

  • FHIR R4 profiles.
  • Value sets using proper LOINC, SNOMED, and vendor agnostic codes.
  • Platform independent models for v2, v3, and CDA-based use cases.

Current focal categories are:

  • Demographics
  • Organizational Data
  • Vital Signs
  • Exposure History
  • Symptoms
  • Diagnostics Tests (labs, O2 sat..)
  • Diagnosis

While the current priority is making useful, high impact models available for immediate worldwide implementation to aid pandemic response, Logica relies on a broad collaboration of capable stakeholders to drive adoption, tool development, and improvement. We are also engaged with HL7 for future standardization as needs stabilize. Please join the discussion group to collaborate or track our progress.

If you are submitting data needed in public health electronic case reporting (required by state laws/regulations) to jurisdictional public health agencies you must use “HL7 CDA® R2 Implementation Guide: Public Health Case Report, Release 1.1 – US Realm” which can be found here.

DO NOT use the FHIR profiles or data elements defined in the COVID-19 HL7 FHIR Implementation Guide to transmit data to state or local health departments as part of electronic case reporting.

Iterative releases of the FHIR Implementation Guide are available at the following link.

The GitHub repository contains all of the source material used to compile the FHIR Implementation Guide. If you would like to contribute please join the Discussion Group and/or submit bugs or even pull request with content you would like to contribute.

The docker image repository contains a docker image of the FHIR Implementation Guide for cross platform use offline.

The link below leads to a Google Form where you can provide feedback on the project. Please help us improve this project!

Thank you!

Coming Soon

We are also working on terminology, a terminology browser, and a model spreadsheet which will be forthcoming.

  • SOLOR Extension Downloads: coming early April
  • Clinical Architecture COVID-19 Terminology Browser: coming early April
  • Model Spreadsheet: coming

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