mCODE™ Initiative Collaborators
Many Stakeholders Collaborate to Develop mCODE
The mCODE Executive Committee members include:
- The Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology Foundation
- The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and its nonprofit subsidiary, CancerLinQ LLC
- The MITRE Corporation
- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- The American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO)
Many other organizations are also collaborating on establishing and implementing mCODE, including:
- Clinical Information Interoperability Council
- Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
- Health Level 7 (HL7) International
- Intermountain Healthcare
- Partners Healthcare
We’re looking for more collaborators with the same passion and dedication to bring mCODE to its full potential. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Join the mCODE Council
The mCODE Executive Committee has also created the mCODE Council to help guide the evolution of mCODE. This is a standing group that provides thought leadership for mCODE, advises the Executive Committee, sponsors use cases, and promotes mCODE adoption. The Council provides input regarding new and amended data elements and use cases for the mCODE core data specification and its extensions. Individual Council members may participate in implementation pilots.
Membership in the Council is at the organization level and is subject to approval by the Executive Committee.
If your organization is interested in being considered for membership in the Council, please complete and submit the application form.
ASCO and CancerLinQ
The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) is a leading group of oncologists who stand at the forefront of cancer clinical insight and experience. CancerLinQ, an ASCO initiative, operates a robust quality monitoring system of cancer data analysis. Together, these groups are helping to convene the cancer community and will provide the leadership, clinical insight, data capabilities, and standardization needed to build and scale mCODE. CancerLinQ also provides its expertise in health information technology, operations, and specific clinical subject matter to support the development and piloting of mCODE for specific use cases.
The MITRE Corporation
MITRE’s mission is to solve problems for a safer world. It is a public interest, not-for-profit organization that manages federally funded research and development centers for the government. MITRE has a unique vantage point working across federal, state, and local government, as well as with industry and academia. In this partnership, MITRE provides expertise in health IT, interoperability, standards development, and prototyping to drive the technical design, development, and testing capabilities necessary for building and iterating the interoperable structure of mCODE. MITRE is developing an mCODE-based Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) implementation and Substitutable Medical Applications and Reusable Technologies (SMART)-on-FHIR application that will extract mCODE data in computable formats and deliver reports to providers, patients, and other stakeholders.
Every Patient's Journey Can Improve All Future Care
Interested in joining the mCODE Council? Submit your application online.