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|22:04, 8 October 2016||(740 KB)||David tao||Main change is 4.1, which is a summary of all the recommendations, with references back to the sections containing the details. There are two tables: the first is for EHR developers. The second is for ONC. Also added Acknowledgements, revised sections...|
|19:22, 28 September 2016||(734 KB)||David tao||Major cleanup of all figures. Appearance is much improved. Restructured chapters 2 and 3 (same material, different organization) Minor edits and corrections.|
|03:20, 7 September 2016||(1.04 MB)||David tao||Added introductory material, eliminated redundant sections, improved consistency of formatting.|
|14:37, 1 September 2016||(1.04 MB)||David tao||Added long survey info|
|21:27, 25 August 2016||(946 KB)||David tao||Added new sections on Medications and Alternative Methods (from slides 34-end in the red deck).|
|15:07, 12 August 2016||(875 KB)||David tao||Cleanup of formatting. Made tables larger for readability. Note that I added a 5.2 "FHIR Considerations" section, as something we should discuss, probably near the end after getting the C-CDA recommendations squared away.|
|20:20, 10 August 2016||(826 KB)||David tao||Includes Bob Dieterle's initial draft. Contains significant updates by David Tao, of the Ambulatory ToC section, which is now approx. 70% complete.|
|18:02, 8 August 2016||(514 KB)||David tao||Added lots of ambulatory ToC figures and text from PPT. Most of it has not been consolidated yet. Also did some cleanup and consolidation of Hospital Discharge slides. Hospital Discharge writing is now about 90% complete, and Ambulatory ToC writing is ...|
|19:21, 4 August 2016||(334 KB)||David tao||Major update. Almost all of the Hospital Discharge tables and analysis (from red PPT deck) were moved into the Word document. Some of the ambulatory tables and text from PPT were also moved. Hospital Discharge is about 90% complete (in terms of raw mat...|
|16:46, 5 July 2016||(80 KB)||Kboone|
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