Clinical Opioid Summary with Rx Integration
COSRI (Clinical Opioid Summary with Rx Integration) is an Integrated application for accessing Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PMP). It provides decision support based on Washington rules and CDC guidelines, and decreases overhead and cost barriers associated with vendor-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) integrated applications. It is open source, with no license fees to use. COSRI extends and contextualizes software from the CDSConnect project, led by AHRQ and CDC.
The scope of work for CIRG addresses the following objectives:
- Develop relevant technical capacity within partner state agencies, including the UW, with methods including FHIR, PMP data systems, data interoperability, and data visualization to support public health services and improve patient outcomes.
- Develop software systems and modules to implement standards-based interoperability to the PMP, to ensure that health care providers have, and can make good clinical decisions with, information on opioids/other controlled substances.
- Demonstrate and evaluate such systems and strategies in the context of national initiatives and standards partnerships; disseminate the solutions through national public health and health IT professional channels.
- Support implementation of software systems and strategies in early adopter settings within Washington State, and disseminate experience with PMP/Health Information Exchange (HIE)/EHR connectivity through state and local organizations and activities.
- Develop and demonstrate tools to support the DOH Tableau Opioid Dashboard, including functions such as data management and enhanced visualizations, supporting evaluation and design activities conducted on behalf of WA DOH.
- Support objectives through program administrative and leadership activities to ensure effective project management across objectives, coordination across partners and subcontractors, appropriate reporting and prudent use of project resources.
THE UW COSRI TEAM
Donna Berry, Paul Bugni, Amy Chen, Ivan Cvitkovic, Maggie Dorr, Jan Flowers, Andrea Fourquet, Sierramatice Karras, Jenney Lee, Bill Lober, Justin McReynolds, Jennifer Sprecher, Seth Wolpin
More information about the UW Clinical Informatics Research Group at: cirg.washington.edu