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**[http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/java/minutes.cfm Minutes of Record] (website)
 
**[http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/java/minutes.cfm Minutes of Record] (website)
 
*Minutes of last few meetings
 
*Minutes of last few meetings
**[[RIMBAA 201305 Agenda|WGM In Atlanta, USA]] (May.2013)
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**[[RIMBAA 201305 WGM Minutes Atlanta|WGM In Atlanta, USA]] (May.2013)
 
**[[RIMBAA 201303 OOC Agenda|Out of Cycle Meeting - Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada]] (Mar.2013)
 
**[[RIMBAA 201303 OOC Agenda|Out of Cycle Meeting - Mohawk College, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada]] (Mar.2013)
 
**[[RIMBAA 201301 Agenda|WGM In Phoenix, USA]] (Jan.2013)
 
**[[RIMBAA 201301 Agenda|WGM In Phoenix, USA]] (Jan.2013)

Revision as of 17:56, 4 September 2013

QR Rimbaa

The RIM Based Application Architecture working group (RIMBAA, part of the FTSD) serves as a focus for those who are interested in using RIM based information models for application and database design, and to promote the development of HL7 Version 3-compliant applications. The RIM can be used as a universal model for designing both applications (Model Driven Software Development, MDD) and databases. This has the advantage that it saves time and resources by not having to design new one-off application frameworks and databases. See http://www.vimeo.com/14238958 for a video of an overview presentation.

Agenda, Action Items, Minutes Talking Points See also


Why should you participate?

  • Patrick Loyd, GPI , January 2011: "I'm involved in a lot of HL7 groups, in most of them I'm 'teaching', this is one of the few groups where I actually learn something"
  • Chirag Bhatt, CTO of FEI Systems, October 2010: "Main eye opener for me was that RIMBAA workgroup demos and discussions [are] focused on in-depth architecture/design/technology discussions with real-life implementation issues. Usually I wouldn't expect that in a meetings held for healthcare standards. However, after attending RIMBAA sessions, I am glad that this workgroup focuses on real-life issues and serves as a torch to implementers who may be lost in the "implementation darkness". I am hoping that I can engage myself more."