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Summary of today's teleconference: FHIR Ontology Motivation and ShEx demo of translating RIM RDF to FHIR RDF

From: David Booth <david@dbooth.org>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 12:32:42 -0500
Message-ID: <5499A73A.6080005@dbooth.org>
To: w3c semweb HCLS <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>, "its@lists.hl7.org" <its@lists.HL7.org>
On today's teleconference Eric Prud'hommeaux showed how he represented 
the HL7 RIM in OWL (calling in ORIM):
He then showed how he used ShEx to translate CCDA instance data from 
ORIM RDF to FHIR RDF according to the FHIR ontology that he and Josh 
Mandel had created.  He showed a very cool demonstration page
that simultaneously shows the ShEx code that validates and performs the 
translation (on the left), the input instance data (on the right) and 
the resulting FHIR RDF (in a popup window, when you click the "View GenR 
output as popup" button).  It dynamically changes the displayed results 
when inputs are changed.  John Mattison suggested that Eric show a more 
complex CCDA example and promised to send an example CCDA document that 
Eric could try.

We did not get to discussing FHIR ontology requirements, but plan to do 
so next week.

The complete log of the meeting:

Thanks, and have a great holiday!
David Booth

On 12/19/2014 03:47 PM, David Booth wrote:
> On Tuesday's call we will continue the FHIR ontology focus.  We may have
> a lighter attendance that usual because of the holidays, but we'll still
> try to make whatever progress we can.
>   - First, Eric Prud'hommeaux will demonstrate how a C-CDA document can
> be represented as ORIM RDF and then translated to FHIR RDF using ShEx.
> This demonstration has multiple purposes: (a) showing one approach for
> representing C-CDA in RDF; (b) showing one approach (ShEx) for
> performing RDF-to-RDF translations for semantic alignment, which
> addresses Step 3 of the Yosemite Project roadmap; and (c) motivating a
> the use of a FHIR ontology and FHIR instance data as RDF.  This will
> take most of our hour.
>   - Second, we will briefly continue discussion of FHIR Ontology
> Requirements.  I (DBooth) have made an initial stab at categorizing
> requirements into MoSCoW terms (MUST, SHOULD, COULD, WON'T), but these
> are not cast in stone.  Folks are encouraged to make
> comments/clarification/question in advance directly on that wiki page:
> http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=FHIR_Ontology_Requirements
> Complete agenda page:
> http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=ITS_RDF_ConCall_Agenda
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> Thanks!
> David Booth
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