AG Telemedizinische Implantatnachsorge

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1 AG Telemedizinische Implantatnachsorge / Telemedicine for implant follow Up

Ziel dieser Initiative ist die strukturierte Dateneinbindung von Implantatsparametern von aktiven kardiologischen Implantaten (zB Herzschrittmacher und Defibrillatoren) in die IT – Landschaften der GDAs für geplante und ungeplante Nachsorgen. GESPAG in Oberösterreich ist bemüht, den Datenaustausch in diesem Bereich in den nächsten drei Jahren strukturiert bis hin zum KIS aufzubauen. Diese Initiative soll in Österreich und international breit abgestimmt werden, im Sinne der nachhaltigen Entwicklung und um Insellösungen zu vermeiden.

Aufbauen wird das auf der "Rahmenrichtlinie für die IT Infrastruktur bei der Anwendung von Telemonitoring: Messdatenerfassung" siehe hier

Dieses Thema wird seit 2018 im Österreichischen Interoperabilitätsforum diskutiert:

Diese Initiative steht in Abstimmung mit zahlreichen Partner-Institutionen weltweit. Daher werden wir hier die Englische Sprache verwenden.

2 Telemedicine for implant follow up

Planned, long term follow up of cardiac implantable electronic devices, like pacemakers and defibrillators, today typically requires the patient to physically visit a resident cardiologist or even a hospital. There the implant data is read from the implant via a reader device. The data is reviewed by the cardiologist who then provides guidance to the patient and acts if necessary.Modern implants provide telemonitoring. The implant transmits data to the handheld patient device, which then hands it on over mobile communication to the server sided IT infrastructure of the implant vendor. From there the cardiologists who implanted the device can access the data, for example via IT interfaces or web portals.OEGTelemed intends to promote the use of standardized exchange formats and IT protocols in order to enable implant vendors to provide the implant data to cardiologists in a harmonized electronic format that enables further automated processing of the data and to provide one interface to the clinical users for all implants, no matter which vendor. Large parts of these specifications are already available and will be considered. The market for implants is global, so this initiative connects to all stakeholders worldwide to assure that the chosen solutions indeed support this global market.

See this slideset about preliminary thoughts on use cases and ways to address them:

3 Connected work that we want to consider

3.1 Standards

  • IEEE / ISO / CEN 11073 Health informatics -- Point-of-care medical device communication
    • Part 10101 (2004): Nomenclature, including Amendment 1 (2015): Additional Definitions
    • Part 10102 (2012): Nomenclature —Annotated ECG
    • Part 10103 (2012): Nomenclature—Implantable device, cardiac.
    • recent work in 2019 targets to provide a concise list of the most important parameters in a revised version of the IEEE 11073 nomenclature.

3.2 Information from Medical societies

4 Get in contact and stay connected

5 LATEST NEWS: Cardiovascular Implant Data Interoperability Challenge - CIDIC 2020

In the "Cardiovascular Implant Data Interoperability Challenge - CIDIC 2020" students of the Master study program "Medical Engineering & eHealth" at University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien are going to implement the data transfer from implant to doctor, within the "Project Related Teamwork" course. We are inviting partners from industry and health care, standards developers as well as patients to join this effort. Together we want to demonstrate what is doable today.

Go here for the details