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This page is related to discussions of the "HL7 Learning Partner Program". See [[Education_Committee|Education Home Page]] for general issues related to the provision of HL7 Education.
 
This page is related to discussions of the "HL7 Learning Partner Program". See [[Education_Committee|Education Home Page]] for general issues related to the provision of HL7 Education.
  
=Sub-Group members=
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* Group members: Rene Spronk, Melva Peters, Mark McDougall, Sharon Chaplock, Heather Grain
* Rene Spronk, Melva Peters, Mark McDougall, Sharon Chaplock, Heather Grain
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* Planning: Will need to address all of the issues (as documented below); Will need a position statement (by the education WG); Proposal to be ready for May 2014 WGM
 
 
=Planning=
 
*Will need to address all of the issues (as documented below); Will need a position statement (by the education WG); Proposal to be ready for May 2014 WGM
 
  
 
=HL7 Learning Partner Program=
 
=HL7 Learning Partner Program=

Revision as of 12:20, 19 February 2014

This page is related to discussions of the "HL7 Learning Partner Program". See Education Home Page for general issues related to the provision of HL7 Education.

  • Group members: Rene Spronk, Melva Peters, Mark McDougall, Sharon Chaplock, Heather Grain
  • Planning: Will need to address all of the issues (as documented below); Will need a position statement (by the education WG); Proposal to be ready for May 2014 WGM

HL7 Learning Partner Program

Initial Proposal - DRAFT ONLY

File:HL7 Learning Partner Program draft2.docx

Issues/Concerns

Issues/Concerns

  • HL7 International not wishing to compete with Affiliates
  • What is the qualification of the organizations who provide training? To become a partner and to remain a partner
    • We need to develop core competencies on evaluation of “teachers”
  • HL7 Code of conduct that precludes endorsement of one member over another
  • Competition with HL7 International offerings
  • Dilution of the HL7 brand
  • Risk of saturation of market with HL7 sanctioned training
  • Need to understand how this is different from what is happening today
  • Do we have the time to do the evaluations in a volunteer organization?
  • Affiliate agreement just signed and would need to be changed/amended
  • There may be an issue for some of the HL7 International teachers in providing training some countries

Opportunities

  • Is there an opportunity for partners to develop material where we do not have resources/time?

Benefits

  • Formalizes a framework for what we are currently doing
  • Additional revenue
  • Offers an opportunity for management of the HL7 brand