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Unified Terminology Governance Project

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Project Scope

Project Management Details

Project Scope Statement

The project scope statement (PSS) was approved by all co-sponsors at the San Antonio WGM the week of January 16, 2017. It was forwarded to FTSD for approval on January 20, 2017. The document may be directly downloaded from UTG PSS V1

Prototype Development

The following page documents the project to develop a functioning prototype for the UTG tooling and processes. UTG Prototype

General Calls Information

The project calls will be every other week beginning Thursday January 26, 2017 at 3:30PM US EST, and run for 90 minutes. We will use the HL7 Vocabulary Conference line, currently as: Phone Number: +1 770-657-9270 Participant Passcode: 598745

There will be a screen share setup: You will have to click on 'Knock to Enter' and be recognized to join - so please enter your name when you get to the entry screen

Please note that some calls may have a different person leading and running the shared screen. Please check the agenda page for the upcoming call to see if there is a change.

Agendas and Minutes

The pages for the minutes and agendas can be accessed by clicking below.


Initial Design

All initial documents for the design are in the Document Archive below.

Proof of Concept

Proof of concept demonstration at the September 2017 WGM in San Diego.


Work underway to develop prototype for demonstration in the January 2018 WGM in New Orleans.

Features and Functions

Production Phase 1

Additional Features and Functions

Production Phase 2

Future Enhancements

Additional Business Requirements

Document Archive

The documents under development will be archived using DropBox. Project team members who wish to contribute and edit the documents can request permission to access the DropBox files from Ted Klein.

The DropBox share archive can be accessed HERE.

To get edit access to this folder, please send an email to Ted.