20150514 FGB WGM
|HL7 TSC Joint FGB and FMG Meeting Minutes
Location: Administration Office
|Date: 2015-05-14 |
|Chair: Lloyd McKenzie :||Scribe: Dave Shaver|
- 1 Attendees
- 2 Agenda
- 3 Minutes
- 4 Next Steps
- Hans Buitendijk Cerner Corporation
- Lorraine Constable HL7 Canada
- Grahame Grieve Health Intersections Pty Ltd
- David Hay HL7 New Zealand
- Paul Knapp Knapp Consulting Inc.
- Ewout Kramer HL7 Netherlands
- Cecil Lynch Accenture
- Joshua Mandel Boston Children's Hospital
- Mary Kay McDaniel Cognosante, LLC
- Lloyd McKenzie Gevity (HL7 Canada)
- Tim McNeil Surescripts
- John Moehrke GE Healthcare
- Brian Postlethwaite HEALTH CONNEX
- Dave Shaver Corepoint Health
- Kevin Shekleton
- Marten Smits Furore
- 'Round table' updates
- General discussion points
3:35pm by Lloyd
New FHIR-Educators mailing list created for those using FHIR to teach healthcare informatics
- Brief update re: devices
- Services with secure, reliable, delayed, QoS-driven message/data delivery
- Opportunity to meet with them re-REST semantics
- Certification of IHE FHIR profiles; tooling needed; Gazelle use desired
- Gazelle likely too heavyweight to use at connectathons
- IHE can help beef-up tooling
- Atlanta test-run for terminology server certification; real certification likely to follow at next meeting
- Single consent resource approved
- Connectathons: Future focus on testing use cases with multiple work flows and actors
- They would like to try a trail of a data model
- They might map existing content onto FHIR; expect deeper feedback on existing resources; may require new resources.
- US Realm Task Force has gone through charter process and is now a Board Committee
- Goal is to have them own US-centric vocabularies
- Clinical connection tooling well received
FHIR Maturity Model
- More concrete focus by content committees on connectathon
- Result is likely more streams at connectathons
- e.g., scheduling, appointments, work flow, providence, security, devices
- Room size in Atlanta will likely drive choices
- The ability to have stream coordinators/core team focus also drives scaling of stream count
Each mentioned in brief
Feedback due by end of May. We can't publish until we've acted on all ballot comments. One possible action is to defer to future consideration.
Must reach 60% affirmative.
- OO: Observation at the top of list for comments.
- By end-of-July, challenging time frames
- One hour per week dedicated to FHIR discussions; throttled by time to make decisions
- Likely OK: Rx, PA, Sec, CCDO, II, Clinical Genomics, IHE (in SD)
- FM: Unclear without block votes to defer
- Grahame: gForge work flow starting with 'who made the comment' does not work well; must revert to spreadsheet
- Hans: Some items require multiple motions; difficult to record in gForge
- Paul/Grahame: Combined issues between network drop off and gForge slow less was an issue
- Lloyd: Exposing submitting likely a strong help?
- Loraine: Risk points. Centralized authentication.
- Lloyd: Will gather input to drive gForge replacement project; continued discussions over next two weeks
Planning for Atlanta
- Lloyd will manage work group registrations
- FGB: Q0 on Monday as Plenary will be on-going
- We will have completed publication of DSTU 2.0 (due by end-of-July or at least "summer 2015")
- Content creation on-going for DSTU 2.1 (maybe to be named 3.0)
- Do we need a 1/2 day virtual meeting in August? Alternative is active email discussion.
- Monday Q3/Q4: Very big room for work flow request/response management. (OO, MM, Rx, SOA, InM, FM, FHIR, PA, Patient Care, etc). Hans to request room.
August 10-11; joint CIMI and FHIR meeting
- Day 1: Methodology / infrastructure meeting
- How does content migrate automatically from CIMI into FHIR
- Day 2: More open; clinical modeling engagement
- How do we prepare for FHIR's trough of disillusionment?
5:07pm by Lloyd
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