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Privacy and Security Framework Architecture (PSAF)

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Trust Framework for Federated Authorization (TF4FA)

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TF4FA (formerly PSAF) gforge site

* Ballot reconciliation sheet

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PSAF (now TF4FA) Modeling Calls

TF4FA (formerly PSAF) Modeling Calls

  • Purpose: To develop a universal realm SAIF compliant Domain Analysis Model, which will be the conceptual information and behavioral foundation for past and future HL7 Privacy and Security artifacts.
  • Held weekly on Tuesdays, beginning Oct 24, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM (Eastern Time, GMT -04 DST)
  • Web Meeting Link
  • Dial In: (515) 604-9567 Access Code: 880898
  • Weekly Call Agenda and Minutes are posted @ PSAF Wiki

PSAF (now TF4FA) Modeling Call Weekly Meeting Minutes and Agenda

Name change to TF4FA - HL7 Version 3 Standard: Privacy and Security Architecture Framework - Trust Framework for Federated Authorization, Release 1 (PI ID: 914)

PSAF Meeting Archives


The purpose of this section is to track activities of the Security and CBCC WGs to update the expired HL7 Version 3 Domain Analysis Model: Security, Release 1(S&P DAM R1) Expired Security and Privacy Composite DAM R1as part of the Security WG HL7 Security Service Oriented Architecture Project 914andSecurity Domain Analysis Model (DAM) 529

Current project plan is to progress the Federal Health Architecture Information Modeling [FHIM] work on updating the FHIM rendering of S&P DAM R1 to include HL7 Privacy and Security Standards developed or in process during the interim, which are documented at:


Working Documents

Library, References, and Resources

Security and Privacy Dam R1(S&P DAM) Parking Lot for Errata

Purpose of this section is to document issues and questions about the S&P DAM, which may be addressed in a S&P DAM R2.


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