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==Monday Q3 (13:45-15:00)==
 
==Monday Q3 (13:45-15:00)==
 
#Administrative items (max 30 minutes)
 
#Administrative items (max 30 minutes)
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##Approval of Atlanta WGM Minutes
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##Approval of November Out of Cycle meeting
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##RIMBAA name change - discussion did not occur in Atlanta (time permitting, max 10 minutes)
 
#HL7v2 and CDA Implementation Bundles (Rene Spronk)
 
#HL7v2 and CDA Implementation Bundles (Rene Spronk)
 
#*FHIR is published in such a way, and combined with reference implementations etc. that appeal to software implementers. On hindsight, what would a HL7v2 (or: CDA) ''Implementation Bundle'' look like ? Should we as HL7 offer such 'bundles' for download?
 
#*FHIR is published in such a way, and combined with reference implementations etc. that appeal to software implementers. On hindsight, what would a HL7v2 (or: CDA) ''Implementation Bundle'' look like ? Should we as HL7 offer such 'bundles' for download?
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#*How do you capture clinical specialists domain knowledge in an Ontological OWL model?  
 
#*How do you capture clinical specialists domain knowledge in an Ontological OWL model?  
 
#*How can you represent these models in UML and in tabular Excel format?  
 
#*How can you represent these models in UML and in tabular Excel format?  
 
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#*''Michael Rossman and Peter Hendler'' will address these questions and show examples based on  
Michael Rossman and Peter Hendler will address these questions and show examples based on  
 
 
complex clinical encounters in a medical specialty domain.
 
complex clinical encounters in a medical specialty domain.
  
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#How Domain Driven Design and Event Souring (CQRS) uses RIM.
 
#How Domain Driven Design and Event Souring (CQRS) uses RIM.
 
#*Will explain the difference between a transactional model like RIM with, for example data warehouse model.
 
#*Will explain the difference between a transactional model like RIM with, for example data warehouse model.
#*''George de la Torre''
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#*''George de la Torre'' presenting

Revision as of 18:16, 4 September 2013

This is the agenda of the RIMBAA WG for the September 2013 WGM in Cambridge.

Monday Q3 (13:45-15:00)

  1. Administrative items (max 30 minutes)
    1. Approval of Atlanta WGM Minutes
    2. Approval of November Out of Cycle meeting
    3. RIMBAA name change - discussion did not occur in Atlanta (time permitting, max 10 minutes)
  2. HL7v2 and CDA Implementation Bundles (Rene Spronk)
    • FHIR is published in such a way, and combined with reference implementations etc. that appeal to software implementers. On hindsight, what would a HL7v2 (or: CDA) Implementation Bundle look like ? Should we as HL7 offer such 'bundles' for download?
    • Example: The HL7v2 Implementation Bundle could consist of the HL7v2 spec (in HTML) format, v2 examples, the HAPI/nHAPI toolkits, the v2 XML schema, the v2 database (with definition of message structures).
    • Discussion: what exactly would we like to see in a v2 bundle? Or a CDA bundle?

Wednesday Q4 (15:30-17:00)

  1. Kaiser's Clinical Ontology (OWL) Modeling KCOM.
    • What is OWL and how is it related to UML and OO?
    • What do you gain with Open World Description Logic, Reasoners and Inferencing?
    • What happens if you try to move the HL7 RIM to OWL?
    • How do you capture clinical specialists domain knowledge in an Ontological OWL model?
    • How can you represent these models in UML and in tabular Excel format?
    • Michael Rossman and Peter Hendler will address these questions and show examples based on

complex clinical encounters in a medical specialty domain.

Thursday Q3 (13:45-15:00) - joint with Tooling WG

RIMBAA Hosting Tooling

  1. How Domain Driven Design and Event Souring (CQRS) uses RIM.
    • Will explain the difference between a transactional model like RIM with, for example data warehouse model.
    • George de la Torre presenting