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Connectathon Managers' Resources for Implementers

This page is maintained by the Connectathon Managers (Moore, Felhofer). If your company has signed you up to participate in the North American Connectathon in February 2009, you should bookmark this page and come back often.

First:

  1. ensure you get Connectathon-related announcements by registering for the NA2009 Connectathon google group: http://groups.google.com/group/ihe-north-america-connectathon-2009
  2. mark the Connectathon deadlines on your schedule
  3. read the Connectathon rules
  4. read the Connectathon fact sheet for participants

After that, the resources you need to succeed at the Connectathon are found below. Good luck, and ask us questions if you need help (but do 1 through 4 first). -- Steve and Lynn

Contents


Kudu Registration

Registration is done in the web-based Kudu system. This was open August 26, 2008 - September 30, 2008, but is now closed.

Thorough / Supportive Testing

The default registration in Kudu is for thorough testing.

If you want to register for Supportive Testing, you should consult this spreadsheet to be posted here by Oct 5. It lists the profiles to be tested and the procedure for requesting Supportive Testing. After the 1st week of Nov, you can no longer request supportive testing.

Sept - Dec 2008: Implementation, Pre-connectathon Testing & Training

Jan - Feb 2009: Connectathon Preparation

To start Connectathon week prepared, there are technical tasks (eg configuration) you must complete before arriving in Chicago. Here is the documentation you need to complete those tasks before you ship your system. To determine which tasks are required for you, scan down the first 2 columns in the table to find the profiles/actors which match those implemented in your connectathon test system.

Profile Actor(s) Your Required Task Reference(s) Deadline
All All Complete Service Kit, including ordering Electrical Service for your table at the connectathon. http://www.ihe.net/north_america/connectathon_2009_logistics.cfm 2009.02.06
All All Read Connectathon Network description. This is a document that describes the network design. Media:connectathon-network-descriptioni-2009-1.doc 2008.12.10
All All Read Connectathon Network details (DNS, netmask and more). Configure your system as necessary. http://ihe-kudu.wustl.edu/na2009/network_configuration.php 2009.02.06
All All Load your system with your partners' configuration information (eg. ports, URLs, DICOM AE Titles...) http://ihe-kudu.wustl.edu/na2009/network_configuration.php 2009.02.06
ATNA Secure Nodes, Secure Applications Install your digital certificate on your system http://ihe-kudu.wustl.edu/na2009/certificates.php 2008.12.31
ATNA Secure Nodes, Secure Applications Complete the ATNA Questionnaire and submit it with pre-connectathon test results Media:ATNA_Questionnaire_2010.doc 2009.12.01
PCC profiles Content Creators Test your documents against the schematron files used by the NIST CDA Guideline Validation Tool http://xreg2.nist.gov/cda-validation/downloads/IHE_PCC_ALL_20081223.tar.gz

...or from the download page at:

http://xreg2.nist.gov/cda-validation/downloads.html

Please note that these schematron files check for conformance against IHE PCC rules only. Running XML documents through these schematron files will not check them against any Clinical Document Architecture Release 2 (CDA R2), Continuity of Care (CCD) or CDA For Common Document Types (CDA4CDT) rules which the PCC specifications may require.

2009.02.06
SWF, CATH, ECHO, STRESS, MAWF ADT, OP, OF, MOD Load HL7 & DICOM code tables onto your system. http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki/index.php/Connectathon-Codes 2009.02.06
SVS Value Set Repositories Load these SVS-formatted code set onto your system. ZIP file with connectathon codes in SVS format 2009.02.06
SWF, CATH, ECHO, STRESS, MAWF ADT Load demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:ris-mall-demographics-2009.xls 2009.02.06
XDS.a, XDS.b Document Registry Load demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:ris-mall-demographics-2009.xls 2009.02.06
XCA Gateways Configure your system with your homeCommunityID OID http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki/index.php/NA2009-XDS_homeCommunityId_OIDs 2009.02.06
PIX, PIXv3, PDQ, PDQv3 with Pediatric Demo option PIX Patient Identity Source or PDQ Supplier Load these pediatric demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:Connectathon_TwinUseCases.xls 2009.02.06
PIX, PIXv3 PIX Manager Load demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:ris-mall-demographics-2009.xls 2009.02.06
PDQ, PDQv3 Patient Demog. Supplier Load demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:ris-mall-demographics-2009.xls 2009.02.06
XDS.a, XDS.b Document Registry Load demographics for these patients onto your system. Media:ris-mall-demographics-2009.xls 2009.02.06
XDS.a, XDS.b Doc Registries, Doc Sources, Doc Consumers Load OIDs/Codes for XDS metadata onto your systems. http://ihe-kudu.wustl.edu/na2009/xds_affinity_domain.php?highlight=6_4 Prior to start of pre-connectathon testing, through the Connectathon
Radiology, Cardiology, ITI all workflow actors Read through full workflow tests to be run on Wed & Thur of connectathon week Media:SWFPIR_workflow.doc Media:XDS_workflow.doc Media:ECHO_workflow.doc Media:STRESS_workflow.doc prior to connectathon week

Feb 23-27, 2009: Connectathon Week Survival

The Connectathon Managers define the Connectathon test process used during Connectathon week. It is based on the IHE Technical Frameworks, experience in the industry, and prior Connectathons.

This section lists supplemental documents you will need during the IHE North America 2009 Connectathon. These documents apply only to that connectathon.

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