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#Administrative agena items
#Administrative agenda items
#*Approval of agenda for the week
#*Approval of agenda for the week

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Agenda for the May 2011 WGM in Orlando FL USA

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  1. Administrative agenda items
    • Approval of agenda for the week
    • Announcements
    • Approval of the minutes of the Washington meeting (as present on the website).
    • Planning of the WGM in San Diego (september 2011)
  2. dbMotion. A RIM based integration platform used on a very large scale at U of PItt, Israel and elsewhere. Practical experience making RIMBAA work on a large scale for integrating disparate hospitals and facilities.
  3. Hybrid approaches to RIMBAA (Amnon Shabo)
    • Native-XML RIMBAA for semantic warehousing with XQUERY exploration
    • Exported data marts in RDF or relational formats for analytics and optimization
    • RDF-based promotion layer facilitates the definition of data marts
    • Data mart schemas are user-defined and mapped to the XML warehouse and/or promotion layer

WED Q2 (hosted by I/C)

  • This quarter RIMBAA will have ajoint meeting with the Implementation/Conformance WG (who are hosting) and the Tooling WG.

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  1. HL7 V3 New Look Taskforce and PIIMs
    • An in person continuation of our lively online discussion (on the RIMBAA e-mail list) of what the Fresh Look Taskforce may mean to V3 implementers.
      • Grahame Grieve and Lloyd McKenzie will be present. This will be after the Reception and will prove to be an interesting discussion of models, RIM and other. See Grahame's blog on the HL7 Fresh Look Taskforce.
    • One of the concepts to come out of this discussion is the creation of PIIMs, an artefact which will be of key importance to HL7 v3 implementers, and to increased adoption and uptake of HL7 v3.
    • A PIIM is a PIM, a Platform Independent Implementable Model. All v3 static models are to be expressed as UML models, which makes life easy for the implementers when using MDA. All ITSs may be deprecated, and no new ones defined, HL7 should not be in de business of defining ITSs at all.

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  1. Report on v3 implementation at Intermountain (Stan Huff)
    • There is more than one way to express a clinical statement in RIM. If you are using a RIM model to trigger clinical decision support rules, how do you know if two different expressions represent the same thing? Prior to the RIM and prior to OWL, Dr Huff was faced with the problem of representing clinical events in a "normalized" way so that equivalent expressions are known to be equivalent. He will discuss the "normalized" model that he and his group developed to address this problem.
  2. Kaiser Permanente, a preliminary trial of using RIMBAA (Java SIG) to aggregate data from Epic and NHIN data sources.
    • Using MySQL and the original version of the JAVA SIG API, and also developing a Clinical Data Extraction Framework (CDEF) to extract data from Epic without having to go through Clarity (Epics relational projection), Pradeep and his group at Kaiser Permanente created a system that can capture data in real time as it is being entered into Epic, and persist it in a pure RIM database (MySQL). They have a web interface that can show the data minutes later. So far this demo project us capturing Demographic data but it will be part of a wider effort to capture all clinical data.
  3. A templated RIMBAA CDR for a Hospital Wide Continuity of Care Record (Michael van der Zel)
    • Simple CRUD CDR at UMCG, static storage is easy, the dynamic behaviour is where the fun/trouble starts, report on issues we ran into creating the CDR store. And the hybrid SQL+XML database solution applied.
    • Plus, a discussion type of presentation were he wants to point out the Research specific issues @ LifeLines/Target

Meeting Attendance (marked P)

At Name Affiliation Email Address
  Abdul Malik Shakir COH, US
  Adel Ghlamallah CIHI, CA
  Alan Nicol Informatics, UK
  Alejandro Pica EMA, UK
  Alexander Henket E-Novation, NL
  Alex de Jong Siemens, US
  Alex Zupan ItalTBS, IT
  Ameet Pathak Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, US
  Amnon Shabo IBM, IL
  Andrew McIntyre Medical Objects, AU
  Andy Stechislin GordonPoint, CA
  Anil Luthra Guidewire Architecture, US
  Ann Wrightson NHS Wales, UK
  Bill Friggle Sanofi Aventis, US
  Brian Pech KP, US
  Bruce McKinnon JassCo, CA
  Charlie McCay Ramsey, UK
  Chirag Bhatt FEI Systems, US
  Chris Winters Vocollect Healthcare Systems, Inc., US
  Dan Kokotov 5AM Solutions, US
  Dave Barnet NHS, UK
  David Rowed Ocean Informatics, AU
  Diane Gutiw SAIC, US
  Duana Bender Mohawk College, CA
  Ed Larsen Larsen Inc., US
  Ernst de Bel UMCN, NL
  Ewout Kramer Furore, NL
  Gavin Morris Kestral, AU
  Geoffry Roberts Blue Thread LLC, US
  George de la Torre Tufts Health, US
  Gordon Raup Datuit LLC, US
  Grahame Grieve AU
  Heath Frankel Ocean Informatics, AU
  Hugh Glover BlueWave Informatics, UK
  Hugh Leslie Ocean Informatics, AU
  Ian Bull ACT health, AU
  Ilia Fortunov Microsoft, US
  Jane Curry HIS inc, CA
  Jean Henri Duteau GPI, CA
  John Finbraaten Marshfield Clinic, US
  John Harvey Iatric, US
  John Koisch Guidewire Architecture, CA
  John Timm IBM, US
  John Ulmer ??, US
  Kai Heitmann Heitmann Consulting, DE
  Kenneth Salyards SAMSHA, US
  Kenneth Weng CareFx, US
  Linda Birn MOH Holdings, SG
  Lyssa Neel Infoway, CA
  Lorraine Constable CA
  Marilyn Maguire Fuji Med, US
  Mario Roy Iatric, US
  Mark Bevivino Iatric, US
  Mark Shafarman Shafarman Consulting, US
  Mark Tucker Regenstrief, US
  Massimo Frossi Ital TBS, IT
  Michael van der Zel Groningen University Hospital,
and Results4Care, NL
  Mike Rossman KP, US
  Muhammad Afzal SEECS, PK
  Patrick Loyd GPI, CA
  Pascal Mattiocco KP, US
  Paul Boyes Guidewire Architecture, CA
  Peter Gummer Ocean Informatics, AU
  Peter Hendler KP, US
  Rene Spronk Ringholm, NL
  Richard Kronstad Carefacts, UK
  Richard Thoreson SAMSHA-CSAT, US
  Rik Smithies NHS, UK
  Robert Worden Charteris, UK
  Sam Heard Ocean Informatics, AU
  Sean Muir VA, US
  Scott Parkey Axolotl, US
  Stacy Berger COH
  Steven Royce NEHTA, AU
  Steve Fine Cerner, US
  Tessa van Stijn Nictiz, NL
  Tim Dodd CA
  Tod Ryal Cerner, US
  Todd Parnell 5AM Solutions, US
  Tony Lam MOH Holdings, SG
  Yunwei Wang Siemens, US
  Zhijing Liu Siemens, US