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==Comments==
 
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'''[George Cole] A one week comment period is completely insufficient for a qualitative review of new work. Our concerns about the version distinctions and differences required for 2015 Certification vs what is acceptable in production today lead us to suggest that this most recent version should be given wider publicity and more consideration than a one week, not usual HL7 ballot process. If reconsideration for a full ballot cycle is out of the question, and we'd have to wonder why that would be the case, then at least extend the comment period to some respectable and reasonable amount of time.
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*[George Cole] A one week comment period is completely insufficient for a qualitative review of new work. Our concerns about the version distinctions and differences required for 2015 Certification vs what is acceptable in production today lead us to suggest that this most recent version should be given wider publicity and more consideration than a one week, not usual HL7 ballot process. If reconsideration for a full ballot cycle is out of the question, and we'd have to wonder why that would be the case, then at least extend the comment period to some respectable and reasonable amount of time.

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July 14 - 21, 2016 - HL7 CDA® R2 Implementation Guide: National Health Care Surveys Release 1, DSTU Release 1.2 - US Realm - Available for Comments

This wiki page will support review and feedback for proposed updates to the HL7 CDA® R2 Implementation Guide: National Health Care Surveys Release 1, DSTU Release 1.2 - US Realm. This IG consist of two volumes: Volume 1 provides narrative introductory and background material pertinent to this implementation guide, including information on how to understand and use the templates in Volume 2. Volume 2 contains the Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) templates for this guide along with lists of templates, code systems, and value sets used.

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  • [George Cole] A one week comment period is completely insufficient for a qualitative review of new work. Our concerns about the version distinctions and differences required for 2015 Certification vs what is acceptable in production today lead us to suggest that this most recent version should be given wider publicity and more consideration than a one week, not usual HL7 ballot process. If reconsideration for a full ballot cycle is out of the question, and we'd have to wonder why that would be the case, then at least extend the comment period to some respectable and reasonable amount of time.