Presentation (Times are in PDT)

Supporting the Future Interoperability of a Game-Based Symptom Reporting App for Children

12:00 PM–12:20 PM May 21, 2020 (Conference Time: US - Pacific)

12:00 PM–12:20 PM May 21, 2020


Abstract: For mHealth resources to reach their clinical potential, they need to be interoperable with electronic health record (EHR) systems. This project mapped terminology included in a game-based symptom reporting app for children 6-12 years of age to standards-based terminology using the SNOMED CT and LOINC databases. The result was a complete set of terminology, codes, and value sets that can be used to develop FHIR profiles to support the app’s future integration with EHR systems.

Describe the new knowledge and additional skills the participant will gain after attending your presentation.: Attendees will describe efforts to support the future interoperability of a game-based symptom reporting app for children. Attendees will learn how clinical terms in the app were identified and mapped to standards-based terminology using SNOMED CT and LOINC databases to support future integration of children’s self-reported data into electronic health record systems.


Lauri Linder (Presenter)
University of Utah

Yin-Shun Chiu, University of Utah
Susan Matney, Intermountain Healthcare