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The Medical Device "Plug-and-Play" (MD PnP) Interoperability Program is promoting innovation in patient safety and clinical care by leading the adoption of secure patient-centric integration of medical devices and IT systems in clinical environments.

 

Clinical Scenario Repository

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CONTACT INFORMATION

MD PnP Program
65 Landsdowne St., Suite 200
Cambridge, MA 02139
info@mdpnp.org

Julian M. Goldman, MD
Program Director
jgoldman@mdpnp.org

Drayton Freeman
Program Assistant
dwfreeman@mgh.harvard.edu

With support from DoD / TATRC, we are currently developing a sharable repository of clinical scenarios that could be improved through better medical device and health IT integration.

The purpose of a clinical scenario is to provide a background and illustrate the need for the development of technical solutions, which can eventually be used by researchers, standards developers, regulators, and manufacturers to create innovative solutions for many intractable clinical problems and healthcare needs.

The repository website will document real situations with potential or actual patient harm as well as hypothetical situations where a clinician or layperson sees room for improvement. Solutions for these scenarios will be generalizable and will create building blocks for interoperability to address many other healthcare needs.

Scroll through and click on the four thumbnails below to see examples of the repository in development.

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