Abstract: The number of clinical registries has rapidly expanded, highlighting the need for efficient data acquisition, exchange and query of information among registries, other clinical and research systems. The Common Clinical Registry Framework initiative (CCRF) will create a common infrastructure to address registry interoperability challenges using common or standard data elements, models, data exchange mechanisms and EHR and registry functionality, starting with a set of common data elements to be used across registries
Learning Objective 1: Awareness of an international initiative that will address registry interoperability challenges.
Learning Objective 2 (Optional): Learn about the efforts to identify and to develop common data elements across registries.
Anita Walden, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Seth Blumenthal (Presenter)
AbdulMalik Shakir, Hi3 Solutions