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Figure 4: Laboratory result processing diagram for diabetic biomarker monitoring. Incoming HL7 observations are transformed to denormalized Java Script Object Notation documents and stored to HDFS. The Prism dataflow ingests streaming Java Script Object Notation result records and filters hemoglobin A1C results in the “Normal” (<5.7) and “Diabetic” (>6.5) cohorts to the “Prism” Specimen Surveillance Index in Elastic. Results from CMP/BMP panels (light-green top specimens) are sent to the Prism index. Secure notifications are sent for A1C specimen IDs with related light-green specimen info. BMP: Basic Metabolic Panel, CMP: Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, HbA1c: Hemoglobin A1c; HDFS: Hadoop-Distributed File System, HL7: Health-Level 7, JSON: Java Script Object Notation

Figure 4: Laboratory result processing diagram for diabetic biomarker monitoring. Incoming HL7 observations are transformed to denormalized Java Script Object Notation documents and stored to HDFS. The Prism dataflow ingests streaming Java Script Object Notation result records and filters hemoglobin A1C results in the “Normal” (<5.7) and “Diabetic” (>6.5) cohorts to the “Prism” Specimen Surveillance Index in Elastic. Results from CMP/BMP panels (light-green top specimens) are sent to the Prism index. Secure notifications are sent for A1C specimen IDs with related light-green specimen info. BMP: Basic Metabolic Panel, CMP: Comprehensive Metabolic Panel, HbA1c: Hemoglobin A1c; HDFS: Hadoop-Distributed File System, HL7: Health-Level 7, JSON: Java Script Object Notation