2016-05-31 PA Call Minutes
Patient Administration Call
|PA Work Group Conference Call
|Date: Tuesday, May 31, 2016
|Facilitator||Irma Jongeneel||Scribe||Alex de Leon|
|X||Irma Jongeneel||HL7 The Netherlands|
|X||Alexander de Leon||Kaiser Permanente, USA|
|X||Kevin Paprocki||EPIC, USA|
|X||Brian Postlethwaite||Health Connex, Australia|
|X||Line Saele||Nasjonal IKT HF, Norway|
|X||Michael Donnelly||EPIC, USA|
|X||Andrew Torres||Cerner, USA|
- Review Action Items
- Endpoint FHIR proposal
The WG started by reviewing the action items.
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Alex will update on the thread and follow up with OnO on next actions.
1 For Brian to define the resource proposal for Endpoint. This was accessed via the link:
The workgroup reviewed and discussed the endpoint proposal.
Kevin had some concerns about “profiles”. Was it referring to IHE profiles or FHIR profiles. Both He also had questions about “sufficient information” but in the end seems like best verbiage.
` Example scenarios were added to including Imaging.
Once edited, Brian moves to accept the Endpoint resource proposal. Kevin seconded.
The WG moved on to the PractitionerRole resource. This shoulhttp://wiki.hl7.org/skins/common/images/button_bold.pngd not require a new resource proposal as it is not changing the scope of the specification. It is essentially a “reshuffling” of the scope.
Kevin asked if we had decided to split this from the Practitioner resource. Brian said that there was an argonot work group that was last Monday, but got cancelled. Brian proposed that he and whomever is interested within PA get together to discuss whether this should be broken out or not. Irma suggested that the group get together and devise a pro/con document to be presented in next weeks meeting.
The WG then discussed the event level mappting for v2 and FHIR rather than just the element mapping.
Brian noted that he brought it up to the FMG, but could not find his notes. He will resurface this in the call tomorrow.
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