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Da Vinci Project

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About the Da Vinci Project

Value Based Care Program graphicInteroperability challenges have limited many stakeholders in the healthcare community from achieving better care at lower cost. The dual challenges of data standardization and easy information access are compromising the ability of both payers and providers to create efficient care delivery solutions and effective care management models. The goal of the Da Vinci project is to help payers and providers to positively impact clinical, quality, cost and care management outcomes.

Value Based Care Programs Drive Focus to Patient Outcomes by enabling providers to see the right data at the right time for patient-centered care... in terms of specific patient coverage, their benefits and effective care coordination. Historically, payment and coverage data were completely separate from care.

Da Vinci stakeholders are industry leaders and health IT technical experts who are working together to accelerate the adoption of HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (HL7® FHIR®) as the standard to support and integrate value-based care (VBC) data exchange across communities.

chart showing the revenue mix decreasing over time while the value increases over timeEmpower End Users to Shift to Value: As a private industry project under HL7 International, Da Vinci will unleash critical data between payers and providers required for VBC workflows leveraging HL7 FHIR.

Da Vinci responds to a need to establish a rapid multi-stakeholder process for addressing value-based care delivery use cases that can be implemented on a national basis. The objective is to minimize the development and deployment of unique solutions between trading partners (e.g. a payer and provider). To promote interoperability across value-based care stakeholders and to guide the development and deployment of interoperable solutions on a national scale, the industry needs common:

  • Standards (FHIR)
  • Implementation guides
  • Reference implementations

Members have established a governance model that will ensure equal representation from stakeholders and offer transparency. Funding members will have the ability to focus priorities for industry progress and meet the overarching goal to improve appropriate clinical and metrics data sharing between providers and payers. The founders represent a diverse body of stakeholders with experience across the specific VBC business challenges, emerging FHIR standards and practiced at agile development. Founding organizations are drawn from payers, providers and vendors committed to making value-based care a reality.

To Learn More:

Visit the Da Vinci Project Confluence Page

View a list of Da Vinci Members

Check the Da Vinci Calendar to keep track of all upcoming events

Or contact:

Da Vinci Program Manager
Jocelyn Keegan

E-mail: jocelyn.keegan@pocp.com

Da Vinci Technical Director
Dr. Viet Nguyen

E-mail: vietnguyen@stratametrics.com

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Da Vinci is a private sector initiative that addresses the needs of the Value Based Care Community by leveraging the HL7 FHIR platform.

For All Participants

Industry developers facilitate the definition, design, and creation of use case specific reference implementations of solutions based upon the HL7 FHIR platform to address value-based care initiatives.

Da Vinci's open business model process enables payers, health systems, and other industry participants to identify and enumerate use cases that involve managing and sharing clinical and administrative data between industry partners. Since Da Vinci is aligned with HL7, new and revised requirements can become open industry standards.

Open Reference Implementation

Da Vinci's use case requirements, test scenarios and test data as well as the resulting implementation guides and reference implementations will be available without licensing requirements.