Standards

MedBiquitous is using cutting edge Web technologies to address the current problem in the health professions: that there is little technology integration and coordination among entities and systems. 

Standards go through our rigorous ANSI-accredited development process. MedBiquitous working groups and committees also develop technical guidelines regarding key infrastructure technologies. Standards, software, documentation, and other items in the Catalog are subject to the MedBiquitous Standards Public License and Terms of Use. Sign in to access standards and guidelines, or create a new user account.

ANSI/MEDBIQ AR.10.1-2009, Activity Report

Activity Report allows organizations to electronically compile CE and Maintenance of Certification certificate data across providers, making it easier to track lifelong learning and improvement.

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ CF.10.1-2012, Competency Framework

The Competency Framework allows competencies and learning outcomes to be used as the backbone of education and performance management systems, enabling users to search for resources addressing a specific competency and determine where competencies are addressed in the curriculum.

American National Standard
Competency Object

The Competency Object specification allows one to represent individual competency objects, including competencies, learning outcomes, objectives, goals, and other expectations. The Competency Object specification is meant to be used in concert with the MedBiquitous Competency Framework standard.

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ANSI/MEDBIQ CI.10.1-2013, Curriculum Inventory

Curriculum Inventory facilitates the exchange and aggregation of data about health professions curriculum across the continuum of professional education and training. It enables the aggregation of curriculum data for research and benchmarking.

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ EA.10.1-2017, Educational Achievement

Educational Achievement standard facilitates the exchange of data about a learner's achievements and competencies across the continuum of professional education. It includes the ability to document entrustment decisions and achievement of milestones.

American National Standard
Educanal Trajectory

The MedBiquitous Educational Trajectory Profile extends the LEAP2A specification for e-portfolios. The profile provides a consistent format for describing the path of an individual learner through one or more programs of study, including informal professional development and breaks in matriculation.

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ANSI/MEDBIQ FI.10.1.201x

The Financial Interest Specification enables the exchange of data about an individual's financial interests and other information required for disclosures.

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ANSI/MEDBIQ LO.10.1-2008, Healthcare Learning Object Metadata (Healthcare LOM)

Healthcare Learning Object Metadata (Healthcare LOM) provides a standard way to describe learning activities and content, making it possible to maximize the value of your content and connect to the broader community of healthcare educators.

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ VP.10.1-2010, MedBiquitous Virtual Patient

Virtual Patients are interactive computer programs that simulate real life clinical scenarios for educational purposes. The MedBiquitous Virtual Patient standard (MVP) enables the exchange of virtual patients across systems and institutions.

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ HX.10.1-201x

The Experience API (xAPI) lets applications share data about human performance. MedBiquitous xAPI profiles enable interoperability across healthcare simulation and clinical training tools.

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ANSI/MEDBIQ ME.10.1-2009, Medical Education Metrics

Medical Education Metrics (MEMS) provides a standard format for CE outcomes data, allowing educators to bring outcomes data together across systems and organizations for better research. 

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ PF.10.1-2015, Performance Framework

The Performance Framework standard allows one to represent expected levels of performance related to a competency in a standard format. Performance frameworks can then be referenced from other data to make learner performance data portable and easily understood across a learner's career.

American National Standard
ANSI/MEDBIQ PP.10.1-2008, Healthcare Professional Profile

The Healthcare Professional Profile provides a standard format for profile data on healthcare professionals, making it easier to exchange and compile data across organizations.

American National Standard