RIMBAA 201001 WGM Agenda
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Agenda for the January 2010 WGM in Phoenix
Meeting Attendance - :
|Peter Hendler||Regenstrief, USfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Rene Spronk||Ringholm, NLemail@example.com|
|Michael van der Zel||Groningen University Hospital,
and Results4Care, NL
- Approval of agenda for the week (5 minutes)
- Administrative agenda items
- RIMBAA co-chair election (today only)
- Approval of the minutes of the RIMBAA meeting in Amsterdam (5 minutes)
- Motion to organize two RIMBAA meetings in Europe in 2010 and to designate those as out-of-cycle meetings; the European meetings are to be held inbetween regular WGM meetings (e.g. June and November).
- Note that a March 11 out-of-cycle RIMBAA meeting has already been approved during the 20091027 out-of-cycle meeting.
- Draft agenda for the Rio WGM
- Accept/reject work item to describe best practices / approaches for GTS implementation (as suggested by Ewout)
- RIMBAA Product presentation: Greg Kuhnen and Scott Parkey (Axolotl) to present an architectural/RIMBAA overview of the the Axolotl Elysium suite using examples from Axolotl's next generation MPI component. (30 minutes)
- Use of a MIF-based generated Java library for application data manipulation
- Experiences using DB2 pureXML as a transactional RIM data store
- Implementing probabilistic matching in a RIM based person store
- RIMBAA Product presentation: Duane Bender (Mohawk College) to present an overview of the EVEREST Toolkit which is based on collapsed MIF models. The overview will focus on RIMBAA aspects of the toolkit: the architecture of the tool, MIF collapsing, code generation, and the manipulation of collapsed RIM objects in-memory.
- Work on the deliverable(s)
- Product/Tooling demonstrations
- Virtual Medical Record WG (vMR) Presentation: (Andrew McIntyre, 30 minutes)
- Keywords: vMR overview (see Virtual Medical Record (vMR)), use of GELLO, MIF-gelloclass-UML transforms, RIMBAA aspects of the ongoing vMR effort.
- Andrew: I aim to demonstrate how GELLO can operate over a VMR (The one we have is a basic one, but RIM like, as in the one in the GELLO standard)
- GELLO gives the possibility of scripting RIMBA for decision support and dynamic template editing/calculated values. This can be used for Arden like functionality and decision support with GLIF (Guideline Interchange Format). I aim to demonstrate importing mif/export xmi to create GELLO classes and give a tour of the language using an interpreter we have developed.
- RIMBAA and VMR are potentially the same animal and I would aim to show the VMR models that are currently under development and compare that with RIMBAA. I would also like to show some template based editing that uses gello to control the display dynamically and interact with SNOMED-CT in real time.
- RIMBAA Product presentation: RIMBAA Aspects of the DB2 PureXML database (30 minutes).
- Amnon Shabo (IBM) to present: "research effort developing a data warehouse (RIMon) that is based on the RIM" (30 minutes)
- See also these generic DB2 references: IBM InfoSphere DataStage and DB2 pureXML, Part 1: Integrate XML operational data into a data warehouse, v3 message Demo and CDA based Demo.
- Issues on Wiki: Category:RIMBAA Issue
- RIMBAA in the (SA)EAF Matrix (Michael van der Zel)
- Discuss impact of proposed RIM changes to RIMBAA
- MnM have a hot topics quarter on Context Conduction. This impacts a RIMBAA issue: See Context Conduction in RIMBAA Applications.
- Tooling presentations (hosted by the Tooling WG)
- Topic: Model Driven Software Development (MDD)
- MDD could be regarded as a best practice when it comes to RIMBAA application. What does it take to do fullblown model driven software development? PHI Technology effectively has accomplished MDD.
- Sidebar question: What's missing in the HDF/the HL7 EAF in current v3 tooling - what are the things we'd need to have full support for MDD in HL7 v3?
- Project presentation: DSL and MDD (Charlie McCay)
- Charlie has been working on Domain Specific Language work and will also present the relationship between HL7 and horizontal software industry methodologies (including MDD)