CDS WG Agenda 2015-01

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Tentative Clinical Decision Support Work Group Agenda Jan 2015 Work Group Meeting, San Antonio, TX


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 Q2: meeting hosted by CQI for CQF ballot reconciliation.

> Tuesday Q3: meeting hosted by CQI for CQF ballot reconciliation.

> Tuesday Q4: requesting meeting hosted by CQI for CQF ballot reconciliation.


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

CQF-related ballot reconciliation (proposed)


Wed Q2: Regular session

Non-CQF WG business, including Knowledge Artifact Authoring Environment Requirements Definition Project discussion.

CDS Knowledge Artifact Specification DSTU Update PSS.


CQF ballot reconciliation


Wed Q3: Joint with CQI (in Chula Vista). Potentially convert to CQI hosting CDS. - PCWG hosting FHIR, ECWG, CDS and OO reps - topic: Clinical Assessment resource development

CQF ballot reconciliation


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

Big Picture Landscape of CDS Standards PSS - CQI review (Arden sponsored, CDS co-sponsored)

CQF ballot reconciliation


Thurs Q1: Joint with CQI, hosted by CDS (Chula Vista)

- CDS reps/interested parties to join O&O for Ordering Service and related discussion

- PSSs and May WGM planning

- CQF ballot reconciliation: CQL


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

FHIR-CQF discussions, including potential use of FHIR for more than a patient data model - e.g. HQMF replacement, HeD replacement, DSS replacement

- CQF ballot reconciliation: Quality Profiles for FHIR


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

FHIR-CQF discussions

- CQF ballot reconciliation: CQF-based HQMF IG ballot reconciliation


Thurs Q4: Canceled

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