it is helpful, and it would be better if it has Chinese version. brian xu, basebit 2 years ago
LOINC Table and Accessory Files (LOINC v2.68) have been successfully used to populate the HAPI FHIR JPA Server's Database (HAPI FHIR v5.1.0, FHIR R4). Thanks. Lin Zhang, Taikang Insuance Group 12 months ago
Use casesPlease describe the specific use case(s) for which you have used or are planning to use the LOINC/RSNA Radiology Playbook. Which of these use cases are currently in production?
Barriers to useWhat barriers, if any, have you encountered to implementing the Playbook? What can we do to help you overcome those barriers?
File formatThe Playbook includes detailed mappings between each LOINC term, its corresponding LOINC Radiology Parts, RadLex identifiers, and, if available, the RadLex Core Playbook procedure identifiers. Is this a useful format for your use case? Are there other formats, such as OWL/RDF, that you would prefer?
Utility of Part sequence fieldSome LOINC terms contain multiple LOINC Radiology Part values for a single attribute, such as Views, Region Imaged, Imaging Focus, and Modality. For such terms, the PartSequenceOrder value indicates the proper order of each one within that field. The PartSequenceOrder is also used to represent parallelism in studies where multiple views are obtained or more than one Modality is performed, and to show which attributes are associated with each other. The parsing algorithm that assigns the sequence order is extremely complex and has known issues, and we are trying to gauge its usefulness. Do you use or are you planning to use the PartSequenceOrder value in your system? If yes, for what purpose?
FHIR ValueSets and ConceptMapsThe set of LOINC terms that correspond to RSNA's Playbook and Core Playbook are available as FHIR ValueSets (VS) through our LOINC FHIR Terminology Server; however, this format does not include the linkages between each LOINC and its corresponding Radiology Parts or RadLex identifiers. ConceptMaps for LOINC Parts to RadLex identifiers and LOINC terms to RadLex Playbook procedure codes are also available. Do you anticipate using these FHIR resources in the future rather than the file download?
The Value Sets are an important resource for standard references. A Change Proposal has been submitted to DICOM to reference the Playbook and Playbook Core Value Sets in the DICOM Standard as a baseline for radiology procedure codes. Harry Solomon, DICOM Standards Committee 8 months ago