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Agenda

  1. Call to order
  2. Roll Call
  3. Approval of Agenda and Minutes
  4. Methodology (60 minutes)
    1. What is the role of a product director.
  5. Other business and planning
    1. Next steps for FHIR to RIM RDF
    2. REDUX of "where does the product documentation go" Redo document location
    3. Work with Project services on sunset/withdrawal
  6. Adjournment

Meeting Information

HL7 ArB Work Group Meeting Minutes

Location: Telcon

Date: 20160217
Time: 5:00pm U.S. Eastern
Facilitator Julian, Tony/Constable, Lorraine Note taker(s) Julian, Tony//Constable, Lorraine
Attendee Name Affiliation
. Bond,Andy NEHTA
. Constable, Lorraine Constable Consulting Inc.
. Dagnall, Bo HP Enterprise Services
. Hufnagel, Steve ?????
. Hyland, Mario AEGIS
. Julian, Tony Mayo Clinic
. Knapp, Paul Pknapp Consulting
. Loyd, Patrick ICode Solutions
. Lynch, Cecil Accenture
. Milosevic, Zoran Deontik Pty Ltd
. Quinn, John Health Level Seven, Inc.
. Stechishin,Andy CANA Software and Service Ltd.
. Guests
. Mead, Charlie Vidal Group, Paris,France
. McDaniel, Mary Kay Cognosante
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. Legend
X Present
. Absent
R Regrets
Quorum Requirements (Co-chair + 3) Met: Yes

Minutes

 DRAFT 
  1. Grahame's understanding:
  • Liaise with all parts of the FHIR community (including committees, HL7 management, stakeholders, members) to ensure continued development of FHIR product and community
  • Work with existing management and governance structures to build FHIR product and community
  • Work with TSC to formalize the role and develop a job description
  • Run the FHIR balloting and publishing process, and ensure business continuity around these arrangements (including documenting FHIR processes and procedures)
    • Andy S: "Run the publishing process" Director should oversee the publishing process. Most product directors would NOT
    • Brian: Participate in the
    • Andy s: Input into, requirements for, publishing is an HQ process.
    • Lorraine: Traditionally separate preparation from publication.
    • Brian: Historically: Reassessed and adjusted. FMG? Should be HQ, Grahame was showing Lynn how to run the build scripts. Transfer is in progress. Finding right language.
  • Work with HL7 and the FHIR community to create the FHIR Foundation (http://fhir.org)
  • Produce a monthly report documenting FHIR Product Director activities, issues and concerns
  1. How is the Product director related to
    1. SGB
    2. Management Groups
    3. Andy B: Market engagement? Aligning with market segment, and relationship to key uses in the market. Strategy and timelines, where is it heading, and why.
    4. Lorraine: Align with HL7 strategy. Management group aligns with timelines.
    5. Andy B: Management group manages the conduct, product director provides leadership manages Direction and market engagement.
    6. Zoran: Technology, or overall.
    7. Andy B: Product, more than technology. Features, Marketing, futures, relationship of product to the market.
    8. Lorraine: Scope: Relationship of product director and the domain content groups
    9. Andy B: Correct statement: Is it applicable to all director roles, or specifics.
    10. Lorraine: SGB is responsible for consistency across, director would make sure products meet the market needs, facilitate the management role.
    11. Paul: Evangelist rather than a gatekeeper.
    12. Austin: Important in a democratic organization like HL7.
    13. Andy B: Should imply a formal role - evangelist does not have that connotation.
    14. Lorraine: Formal role: Promoter , but don't have the authority to force work, or halt work.
    15. Dale: Points are how PD is related to SGB and management groups. Comment that director manages the product more than the technology.
    16. Andy B: Inclusive of both.
    17. Dale: Should PD step back from technology?
    18. Lorraine: PD is a hat. When you switch roles, you switch hats.
    19. Zoran: PD product strategy. What do we mean by technology in the role of the product director?
    20. Lorraine: Relationship with other pieces. We need to get Grahame's view. Turn these notes into a document. Who will finish the task? SGB or ARB.
    21. Paul: SGB and PLA with ARB welcome to join in.
    22. Lorraine: ARB provides how PD fits into the BAM. SGB and PLA will make it fit in.
    23. Austin: Joint discussion with Grahame - his viewpoint. Convene here, or under SGB. Being practical, ARB should host.
  2. DOcument location:
    1. NCPDP agreement allows the processes of the organization running the project to take place.
    2. Iron out exception language.