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RIMBAA 201309 Agenda

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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)
    • Agenda approved, with additional May out of cycle discussion
    • Approval of Atlanta WGM Minutes
      • Motion to approve minutes of the Atlanta meeting (Andy/Peter), 3-0-1 (y/n/abst)
    • Approval of November Out of Cycle meeting
    • Discussion of a May out-of-cycle
    • 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. Administrative
    • Agenda approval
    • Announcements
      • Rene: the board has created a User Group taskforce to come up with ideas on how to set up user groups. There are no real plans yet, but they intent to pilot the mechanism/structure with 1 or 2 user groups. I suggested they'd pilot their work with two user groups: a user group that has yet to be created from scratch, and one that effectively already is up and running (but can always be improved upon): AID (ex-RIMBAA). I haven't committed us to anything, but I feel it's an opportunity to improve/expand our offerings.
    • MOTION "To revisit the motion related to a new name for this WG made on Monday, and to follow the recommendation of the FTSD steering division in renaming this WG to Application Implementation and Design (AID)"
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  2. 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.
  3. Implementation Bundles (time permitting)
    • Continuation of the discussion held on Monday

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