2018-08-20 BR&R Conf Call

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Attendees

  • Hugh Glover (Co-Chair)
  • Ed Helton (Co-Chair)
  • Myron Finseth (Co-Chair/Scribe)
 Abdullah Rafiqi
 Jane Pollack
 Julia Chen
 Julie Evans
 Nagesh Bashyam
 Gayathri
 Ron Fitzmartin
 Smita Hastak
 Christi Denney
 Catherine Hosage Norman
 Robinette Renner
 Richard Ballew
 Rik
 Bill Gregory

Agenda Items and notes

1. Minutes Approval

Motion to approve made by Jane Pollack Motion to second made by Robinette Renner

Note that the call was disrupted many times by the FreeConferenceCall.com tool. This made for a difficult time to keep the discussion flowing.

2. Project and PSS Review and Approval

Key Dates

Publishing Calendar
Final Content August 19th
FHIR All FHIR Deadlines
Content freeze August 17th


2.1 #1426 Women’s Health Technology Coordinated Registry Network (CRN)

Project Insight Link

Dragon will submit CRN content for the September 4th ballot (the late ballot). Dragon, Gayathri, and Myron to attend the TSC meeting Monday, Aug 27th, as requested.

2.2 #1425 CDISC Lab Semantics in FHIR

Project Insight Link Team workong on extensions that were not working (observation episode, observation of care)

2.3 #1424 Common Data Model Harmonization (CDMH) - FHIR Implementation Guide

Project Insight Link

The team is making good progress on the Implementation Guide; however, the content is not complete. Will put the CDMH on the January ballot.

2.4 #1416 Exploration of FHIR resources to support of IDMP 11238/19844 Substances Standard and Technical Specification.

Project Insight Link

The build is frozen and the model has been updated. The build is in the ballot. (Rik)

2.5 #1310 BRIDG Model Update (BRIDG Release 5.2/HL7 BRIDG R5 is being updated)

Project Insight Link

All content has been submitted for the ballot and ready to go.

3. FHIR

3.1 FHIR Tracker Items

FHIR Tracker


4. Action Item List

Link to list

5. AOB

  • Baltimore Agenda
Discussed having an introduction to BRIDG discussion. Ed to consider something that might be useful for people who are not familiar with BRIDG.