Negation Requirements Project Minutes 29 June 2016

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Meeting Information

HL7 PC-CIMI-POC Meeting Minutes

Location: PC call line

Date: 2016-06-29
Time: 11:00-12:00 ET
Facilitator Jay Lyle Note taker(s) Jay Lyle
Attendee Name Affiliation


y Jay Lyle JP Systems
y Richard Esmond PenRad
Gerard Freriks
y Rob Hausam
Serafina Versaggi
y Cynthia Barton NLM
Viet Nguyen
Floyd Eisenberg
y Susan Barber
y Larry McKnight

Agenda

Agenda Topics

  1. Review PSS before resubmission; confirm dates & outputs
  2. Timeframe for completeness checks
  3. Approach for validating semantic model
  4. Approach for engaging design teams

Minutes

Minutes/Conclusions Reached:

  1. Term Info discussing negating code as well as value. In process.
  2. Wiki
    1. Sources. No action identified; participants invited to add or modify.
    2. Glossary. Participants invited to add or modify.
      1. Jay to add SKMT references
    3. Principles. No action identified; participants invited to add or modify.
    4. Requirements Statement. No action identified; participants invited to add or modify.
    5. Use cases
      1. Workgroup outreach established, tracking page here. Clinical groups: contribute to requirements. Design groups: help make output useful.
      2. Make this a living document, a) because change happens, and b) so we don't have to wait for perfection to publish.
      3. Semantic description pattern -- no further input
  3. PSS -- dates revised, ready for re-submission.
  4. Jay to update con call page: use web line not HL7; link to agenda page

Meeting Outcomes

Actions
  • review Use Cases for completeness, classification for accuracy (all)


Next Meeting/Preliminary Agenda Items
  • Continue review of requirements

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