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Welcome to the Templates Work Group

The Templates Work Group is primarily responsible for the evolution of the HL7 Templates methodology and resulting standards.

Overview

Work Group Overview, including Mission and Charter at http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/template/overview.cfm

Work group leadership at http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/template/leadership.cfm

Agendas and Meetings

Teleconferences

We have bi-weekly teleconferences:

Working Group Meeting Agendas

2017

2016

2015

2014

2013

Meeting Minutes

Template Meeting Minutes can be found here.

Guiding Documents

Current Project Work

DSTU Phase: HL7 Templates Standard: Specification and Use of Reusable Information Constraint Templates, Release 1

During the time the HL7 Templates Standard: Specification and Use of Reusable Information Constraint Templates, Release 1 is a DSTU you are invited to submit your comments in our Templates DSTU 1 Comments page.

Investigate including FHIR in Templates Registry (Project to start 2014)

Investigate, with FHIR and the Electronic Services WG, the relationship and possible harmonization of the registry metadata of FHIR Resources and Profiles with the metadata of Templates and the Templates Registry Business Requirements

Revisit Templates DSTU (Project started in January 2015)

Revisit the Templates DSTU, one year after publication, and determine if the document should be balloted as a Normative Standard, re-balloted as a new release DSTU, changed to a "dot release" DSTU, or left to run in its current form for the remainder of its two year DSTU.

Formalization of epSOS artefacts using ART-DECOR

Templates DSTU R1 formalization of the European Cross-Borders (epSOS) Patient Summary, ePrescription and eDispensation documents using ART-DECOR. The Project Page TBD.

Recent and finalized Project Work

HL7 Templates Standard: Specification and Use of Reusable Information Constraint Templates, Release 1 (incl Templates Interchange Format), Ballot Cycle: January 2014

Former work title: Templates DSTU Release 2 at Project Insight # 1043

The existing Templates DSTU R1 needs to be revised to reflect the lessons learned from current approaches to defining and implementing templates. An opportunity exists to align approaches and identify information needed to be able to communicate templates from one application to another. At a minimum, the DSTU needs to provide guidance to designing, implementing and validating templates and the specification of a workable template interchange format with a focus on CDA and V3 messages.

Project Scope Statement

Link (Word Document): [1]

DSTU Document

For the HL7 Templates Standard: Specification and Use of Reusable Information Constraint Templates, Release 1, January 2014, Ballot for HL7 DSTU goto to the ballot website at hl7.org.

Ballot Results of the January 2014 cycle

We received 318 ballot comments, 69 major negative, 50 minor negative. Breakdown:

  • 55 Rick Geimer, Gaye Dolin (Lantana)
  • 75 Lisa Nelson (Life Over Time Solutions)
  • 75 Kensaku Kawamoto, MD, PhD (University of Utah)
  • 69 Frank Oemig (HL7 Germany)
  • 2 George Cole (Allscripts)
  • 8 Catherine Hoang (US Department of Veterans Affairs)
  • 16 Brian Scheller (Healthwise, Incorporated)
  • 18 Benjamin Flessner (Epic)

Updates of the ballot spreadsheet:

  • Update 2014-05-03: The Ballot Reconciliation Spreadsheet has been updated and can be downloaded here.
  • Update 2014-06-03: The Ballot Reconciliation Spreadsheet has been updated and can be downloaded here.
  • Update 2014-06-10: The Ballot Reconciliation Spreadsheet has been updated and can be downloaded here.
  • Update 2014-07-28: The Ballot Reconciliation Spreadsheet has been updated and can be downloaded here.

Products/Documents

Hot Topics

To create a new Hot Topic, select the link below and use the template to create your Hot Topic. Once complete, please mail the topic link to the templates list server.

Historic Projects/Work

Historical Links

The old wiki for the Templates Special Interest Group can be found on the discussion page

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