Approved by CQI on January 14, 2019
topic of Quality is timely, relevant, and international in scope.
scope of quality is sufficiently broad that CQI has dependencies on
activities of multiple other WGs. Within HL7 there is improved understanding
of the domain and scope of the workgroup but there are still some gaps.
to FHIR aligns measurement and clinical decision support activities around a
more standard clinical model. It also provides opportunity to communicate
needs to each resource owner WG to align direct care and secondary use
for quality continue to evolve and are likely to continue to change.
required for standard development to support US programs.
Outstanding mix of expertise and perspective: measure developers
[physician, hospital, health plan], vendors, clinical terminologists, and
quality data receivers, regulators and clinical decision support stakeholders.
The Clinical Quality Framework collaborative initiative with CQI and
CDS to encourage new opportunities for implementers (both vendors and
provider organization staff) to pilot and to comment on CQI-related
stakeholder (clinicians, consumers) representation and participation; limited
Encourage greater direct stakeholder participation in CQI WG,
including payers and clinicians and Connectathon testing of standards.
Reach out internationally for increased input.
volume of work to be completed
driven by US programs; but the workgroup needs to include the international
involvement in their national projects.
availability of resources and availability to do work.
international participation and engagement.
changing landscape and regulatory requirements.