Chair: Bryn Rhodes
Scribe: Howard Strasberg
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Minutes Approved as Presented
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Meeting Minutes from Discussion
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|Management||Minutes Approval||2020-04-15 Meeting Agenda|
HL7 Clinical Reasoning Connectathon Track Orientation
Tuesday, April 28th at 10:00 AM (ET)
during the HL7 CQI FHIR Quality Measure Project Sub-Group meeting:
Cooking With CQL: or How to Express eCQMs using CQL, QDM, and FHIR
Thursday, April 23rd at 4:00 PM (EDT)
CPG-on-FHIR Block Vote 3:
Requests for individual consideration: None
Motion to approve: Howard Strasberg / Floyd Eisenberg
FHIR-26612 - vote details in JIRA
FHIR-26911 - vote details in JIRA
FHIR-26910 - discussion of extension vs first class element. Discussion of the need for clinicians to break the glass even in the case of hard stops. Vote details in JIRA.
FHIR-26885 - vote details in JIRA.
FHIR-26875 - vote details in JIRA.
CDS Block Vote
No requests for individual consideration.
Motion to approve the block vote: Howard Strasberg / Floyd Eisenberg. Approved 16/0/0.
CDS Hooks Patient View Trackers (tentative)
Isaac - on the last call we had a detailed discussion about a github issue. Proposing to separate this issue from the patient-view ballot consideration. It will impact the base spec and not the patient-view spec. For example, the hook definition might still just include userId, but the base spec might indicate how to access variables within the userId.
Isaac - JIRA comment 25757. Called when the user has just opened a patient's record. Bas says the spec needs to be more specific (i.e. called only once). Cards may become outdated as things change within the user's session. Isaac is hesitant for the spec to mandate how a CDS client uses these hooks. Perhaps there are scenarios where it would make sense to make a second call. Isaac would like to propose not persuasive. Peter - may not want to call at the beginning of the encounter. May want to call later in the encounter. The timing of the hook needs to match the requirements of the hook and the requirements of the clinician. Perhaps indicate that typical behavior involves calling the hook only once. Bryn suggested adding language to the base spec that hook definitions should be clear about whether they will be called multiple times. Defer voting pending review with Bas.
Decision Making Practices Change Review
|Management||Next agenda - more FHIR trackers for CDS and patient-view hook, possibly a block vote.|
|Adjournment||Adjourned at||12:59 PM EDT|