2018-04-18 Learning Health Systems Call
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|Facilitator||Russell Leftwich||Note taker(s)||Emma Jones|
|John Roberts||Tennessee Department of Health|
|Asim Muhammad||Philips Research Europe|
|Laura Heermann-Langford||Intermountain Healthcare|
|X||Chris Melo||Phillips Healthcare|
|Benjamin Kummer||Columbia University|
- Chair: Russell Leftwich
- Scribe: Emma Jones
- Motion to approve the following meeting minutes
- April 4 call minutes: Emma moved , Claude second:
- April 11 call minutes: Emma moved , Chris second:
Agenda Other business CIMI Modeling
- plan for bollot after the WGM
- Look at the Care Team members in FHIR resources and identify gaps for modeling purposes.
- Suggestion to do this after a few ballot rounds - anticipate push back from FHIR-I team.
- This is part of the requirements gathering phase. Comparing FHIR to the requirements to determine how well FHIR represented the requirements. Agreement with this approach
- Before approaching FHIR look at the logical model that address the requirements
- 80/20 - the 80% should include systems that are not "EHR". Would be interested in systems that are not EHRs would have in those systems - representation of care team members.
- Medicaid systems - have care team members listed somehow to be able to coordinate across organizations.
- Also need to look at what systems may not be doing that they should be doing. The problem will be having access to people who have access to these systems.
- Resource allocation and staffing should be part of the care team DAM
- Gaps in FHIR Care Team
- Communication and consent to support back-up coverage. Back-up is a concept in the eLTSS use case
- Requirement Discussion
- Communication requirements
- See Questions about Requirements
- Suggestion not to consider machines as care team member (i.e. AI)
- Requirement to consider - Coverage protocol - when transfer from one physician to another. Does the transfer cause an impact to the care team resource itself.