COSRI was a finalist in the AMIA/HL7 FHIR App Competition Tuesday, November 8, 2022 | 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. EST, Located in the Lincoln West room at the 2022 AMIA Symposium. Our slides are on the conference site and here: S72_Lober_v3.pdf
Look at the Demo tab to see what we showed...
COSRI (Clinical Opioid Summary with Rx Integration) is a software application for viewing controlled substances, including pain medications, dispensed for a patient, along with personalized risk factors for opioid misuse. COSRI access both electronic health record (EHR) and statewide Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs (PDMP) data. It uses medication and other clinical information, as well as CDC prescribing guidelines and state prescribing rules, to provide clinical decision support to help providers more safely use pain medications. COSRI is a SMART-on-FHIR application that can be implemented either as a free-standing application or integrated with an existing electronic health record (EHR). It is open source, with no license fees to use.
COSRI is based on the open source CDS Connect: Pain Management Summary software from the CDS Connect project, led by AHRQ and CDC. The COSRI team made significant enhancements to COD Connect application. For example, the CDS Connect application worked only when embedded in an EHR which could use “SMART on FHIR”. COSRI includes a novel capability which allows it to also function in a freestanding mode. User engagement and participatory interviews established free-standing mode as important to our early providers
The above repository is a good place to start. If you're looking to deploy COSRI in a free-standing SMART on FHIR environment, you'll probably also want to look at:
UW COSRI TEAM MEMBERS
Principal Investigators Bill Lober, Lydia Drumright
Development Team Donna Berry, Paul Bugni, Amy Chen, Ivan Cvitkovic, Maggie Dorr, Jan Flowers, Andrea Fourquet, Sierramatice Karras, Jenney Lee, Justin McReynolds, Jennifer Sprecher, Seth Wolpin
Clinical Implementation and Evaluation Paul Bugni, Amy Chen, Ivan Cvitkovic, John Howe, Sierramatice Karras, Justin McReynolds
More information about the UW Clinical Informatics Research Group at: cirg.washington.edu