Difference between revisions of "List of Precepts Under Development"

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*A portion of a Normative standard being dropped to a lower level (STU) during the ballot process, and is that a substantive change?
 
*A portion of a Normative standard being dropped to a lower level (STU) during the ballot process, and is that a substantive change?
 
**One possible solution would be that these cases go to recirculation ballot.
 
**One possible solution would be that these cases go to recirculation ballot.
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*Create precepts that require that it be articulated in the standards how the value sets specified within the standards respond to changes in regulation, licensing, time, etc.

Latest revision as of 11:11, 19 March 2019

  • Artifact governance
  • Create precept regarding addressing identifier errors
  • Bringing large projects into HL7
    • Engagement in large cross-organizational projects
  • SGB to produce a precept requiring that, in order to publish a specification, it has to be conformant to any harmonization patterns that HL7 has published
  • State Machine Alignment
  • How groups are to interact with Publishing, EST, Vocabulary, etc. WGs
  • Engaging the implementer community in the consideration of changes as artifacts mature
  • The addition of new tools (with EST)
  • Vocabulary
  • Vitality Assessment
  • Making sure that WGs involve those whose content domain they’re touching
  • A portion of a Normative standard being dropped to a lower level (STU) during the ballot process, and is that a substantive change?
    • One possible solution would be that these cases go to recirculation ballot.
  • Create precepts that require that it be articulated in the standards how the value sets specified within the standards respond to changes in regulation, licensing, time, etc.

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