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Welcome to the HL7 Clinical Interoperability Council Wiki!

The CIC held its first two face-to-face meetings at the HL7 WGM in Cologne (May 2007) and Atlanta (Sept 2007). There has been significant discussion and interest thus far, and this wiki page is for facilitation of ongoing discussions and related activities.

The Clinical Interoperability Council(CIC) Mission:

This Council provides the standards development framework, organizational processes and forums to collaborate with the clinical community to define content, flow and other domain requirements necessary to the development of robust health data standards. The Council will provide mechanism for clinical domains to develop common approaches to standards-related activities and form consensus on issues of interest among multiple groups. This Council will be unique to Health Level Seven in that the focus is on the clinical content, not the technology of the standards.


  • Ed Hammond
  • Crystal Kallem
  • Meredith Nahm

Active Topics include:

Domain Analysis Models: There's been recent significant discussion on DAM's, and the CIC role on the clinical DAM's being developed. Here is a list of the ones identified that are either directly related, or commonly referenced in the discussion. Please add any others to the list, ideally including links to the materials.

Cardiology (Cardiology SIG) - posted on the HL7 CIC page and was handed out during Jan2008 WGM:

Tuberculosis (PHER SIG) - posted on the HL7 CIC page and was handed out during Jan2008 WGM:

Vital Records (PHER SIG) - Project recently started in Public Health & Emergency Response SIG

Immunization (PHER SIG) -

Biomedical Research BRIDG model (RCRIM) -

Next Meeting: Thursday May 8, 2007 HL7 WGM (Phoenix)

Agenda in development. Please send suggestions to co-chairs.

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