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Weekly joint teleconference of the HL7 ITS subgroup on RDF for Semantic Interoperability and the W3C Healthcare and Life Sciences group on Clinical Observations Interoperability.

Agenda for 25-Nov-2014

See also ITS Work Group Agenda

The bulk of this teleconference will be devoted to a comparison of FHIR ontology approaches, by Eric Prud'hommeaux and Tony Mallia.

  1. Role call and agenda
  2. Approve Minutes of previous meeting
    1. November 18
    2. Minutes location -- now in HL7 wiki
  3. Logistics
    1. Wiki -- HL7?
    2. Issue tracking -- Trying W3C Tracker and TrackBot, which are integrated with W3C IRC that we use during our teleconferences.
      1. Configuration needed? Eric, do you know?
  4. Orphaned action items
    1. [DONE] ACTION: David to create a wiki page for backlog [recorded in]
  5. Work Projects -- Quick status review of each project, to leave max time for FHIR ontology review
    1. FHIR ontology -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Claude Nanjo, Tony Mallia, Eric Prud'hommeaux, Marc Twagirumukiza, Hans Cools
      2. [DONE] ACTION: Tony and Eric to work with each other and Claude to prepare comparison of FHIR ontology approaches [recorded in]
        1. Eric and Tony will compare and contrast their FHIR ontology approaches as soon as we have finished a quick status review of all projects.
    2. ICD-11 and SNOMED -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Tony Mallia, Daniel Karlsson, Hans Cools
      2. ACTION: Tony to find out more details about how iCat handles ICD-11 ont and report back [recorded in]
    3. Use Cases -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Guoqian Jiang, others?
      2. COI Use cases on W3C wiki
      3. Goals of use cases
        1. Drive and unify diverse efforts, e.g., FHIR ontology
      4. Kinds of use cases desired
        1. Simple enough for use in slide presentations
        2. Realistic enough to be convincing
      5. Use case ideas
        1. Migration of CCDA to FHIR (EricP)
        2. Utility on FHIR RDF that would motivate mapping of FHIR XML to FHIR RDF (EricP)
      6. Wiki page
      7. Next steps?
    4. PhUSE-FDA project (formerly CDISC2RDF) -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Kerstin_Forsberg, Ingeborg, Tim Williams, (and Charlie Mead?)
      2. ACTION: Kerstin and Ingeborg to prepare a status and future state ideas for PhUSE-FDA work [recorded in]
    5. C-CDA RDF representations -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Eric Prud'hommeaux, Joshua Phillips
      2. ACTION: Eric to establish/make a wiki page for C-CDA RDF representations work [recorded in]
      3. ACTION: Eric and Joshua to report on C-CDA RDF representations work plan [recorded in]
    6. High-level concept mapping to RDF (AR typeCodes, etc.) -- Discussion
      1. Champions: Tony Mallia, Rob Hausam
      2. ACTION: Tony and Rob to report their plan on High-level concept mapping to RDF work [recorded in]
      3. ACTION: Tony and all to decide on a wiki for Term Info work [recorded in]
    7. Comparison of FHIR ontology approaches, by Eric Prud'hommeaux and Tony Mallia. The majority of the teleconference will be devoted to this topic, to review, compare and contrast Eric and Tony's approaches. For screen sharing, we will try using . See details below.
    8. Other work proposed work items?
  6. Other agenda?
  7. Adjourn

Teleconference Details

To join the screen sharing session, which might require the Chrome browser:

  • Browse to
  • When prompted, disable sharing of both your video camera and your audio microphone, and then continue to join the video chat.
Tuesdays, 11:00am Eastern US (Boston) time zone
Zakim (W3C teleconference bridge).
Dial-In #: +1.617.761.6200 (Cambridge, MA)
VoIP address: 
Participant Access Code: 4257 ("HCLS")
IRC: port 6665 channel #HCLS