CDS WG Agenda 2014-09

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Clinical Decision Support Work Group Agenda Sept 2014 Work Group Meeting, Chicago, IL


Primary CDS Work Group meeting will be from Wed and Thurs

Discussion Items pending allocation of time

TBD


Tuesday: no official meetings, but additional items of interest

> Tuesday Q3: meeting with Arden Syntax WG (in their room) on potential CQF intersection/collaboration discussion.

> Those interested in CQF implementation will be getting together to discuss and compare notes. Please contact Bryn Rhodes if interested to coordinate (bryn@veracitysolutions.com).


Wed Q1: Joint with SD and CQI, hosted by CQI (in SD room)

CQL ballot reconciliation (proposed)


Wed Q2: Regular session

Infobutton discussion

Project Scope Statement Discussion - CDS Architecture and Service Evaluation Lab

CQL ballot reconciliation


Wed Q3: Joint with CQI, hosted by CQI (in CDS room)

Project Scope Statement - CQF-based HQMF Implementation Guide

QUICK ballot reconciliation


Wed Q4: Joint with CQI, hosted by CQI (in CDS room)

QUICK ballot reconciliation


CANCELED - Wed Q6 (evening): Joint with CQI, hosted by CDS(7-8:30pm)

Overflow ballot reconciliation as needed (CQL and/or QUICK)

PSS planning, CQF implementation discussions


Thurs Q1: Joint with CQI, hosted by CDS (CQI will have its own room to conduct other ballot reconciliation)

IHE Radiology Decision Support

Overflow ballot reconciliation as needed (CQL and/or QUICK)

PSS planning, CQF implementation discussions

Latter half: PSS for knowledge artifact functional requirements


Thurs Q2: CDS hosts FHIR (Lloyd McKenzie confirmed) and CQI

FHIR-CQF discussions


Thurs Q3: CDS hosts FHIR (Lloyd McKenzie confirmed) and CQI

FHIR-CQF discussions


Thurs Q4: Regular session (some CDS WG representatives to join ITS)

Overflow ballot reconciliation as needed (CQL and/or QUICK)

PSS planning, CQF implementation discussions

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