Healthcare Informatics, Precision Medicine

FHIR-Enabled Cancer Genomics With the Minimal Common Oncology Data Elements (mCODE)

Tuesday, August 10 at 11:45 AM - 12:05 PM PDT
Caesars, Booth C1037 - Federal Healthcare - Theater
The application of genomics in oncology has increased the richness of its use as prognostic factors in cancer staging as well as a pathway driver for targeted therapies in treatment regimens. The mCODE specification for cancer data exchange represents a minimum and actionable set of cancer data elements, including genomic variants, using HL7 FHIR. We will provide an mCODE genomics overview as well as current and future work in its enablement of oncology precision medicine at the point of care.
Physician or Physician’s Assistant, Research and Development Professional, Clinical Informaticists


May Terry, BSEE, RN, M.Sc.
Principal, Health Informatics
James Chen, M.D
Associate Professor, Medical Oncology and Bioinformatics Medical Director, Clinical & Research Informatics
James Comprehensive Cancer Center, The Ohio State University