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== Leadership ==
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Co-Chair: Patrick Loyd; 415-209-0544, patrick.e.loyd@gmail.com
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ArB Facilitator: Grahame Grieve; 404-542-4475, austin.j.kreisler@saic.com
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Co-Chair: Robert Hausam MD; 801-415-4412, robert.hausam@theradoc.com
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Project Fac: Hans Buitendijk
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Publishing Fac: Austin Kreisler
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Vocab Fac: Robert Hausam
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MnM Fac: Patrick Loyd
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== Conference Calls and Minutes ==
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Dates: Every other weekly on Wednessdays starting August 11, 2010
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Time:                  15:00 - 16:00 EST
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Phone Number:          +1 (770) 657 9270
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Participant Passcode:  653212
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Minutes
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== Mission ==
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The mission of the Orders and Observation work group is to define information exchange capabilities to support the order/scheduling and clinical event management/reporting requirements between the stakeholders in the healthcare organization regarding patients, non-patients, people, other species, or inanimate objects.  These information exchanges are not limited to intra-organizational transactions, but may cross organizational boundaries. These information exchanges may involve messages, documents, services, and other HL7 constructs.
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==Introduction==
 
==Introduction==
 
Orders and Observations has engaged a SAIF Alpha Project to determine to what degree the HL7 SAIF Behavioral Framework can and should be used to develop a Behavioral Model for Orders and Observations. The intent is that this new Behavioral Model can more adequately and comprehensively capture the behavioral semantics of integration, specifically, business process state machines, overarching business processes, and a consistent means of separating out accountability.  
 
Orders and Observations has engaged a SAIF Alpha Project to determine to what degree the HL7 SAIF Behavioral Framework can and should be used to develop a Behavioral Model for Orders and Observations. The intent is that this new Behavioral Model can more adequately and comprehensively capture the behavioral semantics of integration, specifically, business process state machines, overarching business processes, and a consistent means of separating out accountability.  

Revision as of 16:58, 12 August 2010

Back to Orders & Observations WG main page

Leadership

Co-Chair: Patrick Loyd; 415-209-0544, patrick.e.loyd@gmail.com

ArB Facilitator: Grahame Grieve; 404-542-4475, austin.j.kreisler@saic.com

Co-Chair: Robert Hausam MD; 801-415-4412, robert.hausam@theradoc.com

Project Fac: Hans Buitendijk

Publishing Fac: Austin Kreisler

Vocab Fac: Robert Hausam

MnM Fac: Patrick Loyd

Conference Calls and Minutes

Dates: Every other weekly on Wednessdays starting August 11, 2010

Time: 15:00 - 16:00 EST

Phone Number: +1 (770) 657 9270

Participant Passcode: 653212

Minutes

Mission

The mission of the Orders and Observation work group is to define information exchange capabilities to support the order/scheduling and clinical event management/reporting requirements between the stakeholders in the healthcare organization regarding patients, non-patients, people, other species, or inanimate objects. These information exchanges are not limited to intra-organizational transactions, but may cross organizational boundaries. These information exchanges may involve messages, documents, services, and other HL7 constructs.

Introduction

Orders and Observations has engaged a SAIF Alpha Project to determine to what degree the HL7 SAIF Behavioral Framework can and should be used to develop a Behavioral Model for Orders and Observations. The intent is that this new Behavioral Model can more adequately and comprehensively capture the behavioral semantics of integration, specifically, business process state machines, overarching business processes, and a consistent means of separating out accountability.

Documentation

Deliverables

Links

  • Definition of DAM
  • OO Domain Analysis Document (Draft)
  • OO Behavioral Model Specification (Draft)