This page provides a summary of the Devices On FHIR endeavors, both proposed projects (PSS Proposals), Approved proposals that are being formalized (PSS on Confluence forms), and active fully approved projects.
NOTE: Each project will have its own set of Confluence pages - the information below is solely to support tracking and project management by the HL7 DEV WG team.
See also the related projects page for HL7 Devices (DEV Projects).
|Status / Notes / Issues|
|1277||FHIR for Device Data Reporting (original project from 2016 August)||DEV-1277||Devices on FHIR||2021-03-22 - Complete current project in 2021 / early 2022 with publication of PHD & PoCD IGs. Successor is 1660 below|
|1643||FHIR IG for Device Information Client Applications||PSSinJ-1643||PSSinC-1643|
2021-03-22 - Need for this PSS is greater than ever, but need a Project Lead to take it forward.
2020-09-22 - Will advance based on related work for the 2020-11 FHIR DevDays presentations.
|1545||Gemini SDPi+FHIR Device Interoperability||PSSinJ-1545||PSSinC-1545||Gemini SDPi+FHIR|
2021-03-22 - Project PSS needs to be completed BUT is also currently in Project Insight (!!!); For 3 Year Plan, identify the deliverables & schedule for '21 & '22 especially. NOTE: That the 1652 (deprecated) deliverabls are integrated into this project
2020-09-22 - Reviewed & updated PSS form and approved at WG level.
PSS Accepted; drafting confluence form
2020-09-22 - Merge this project / TR's into project 1545.
PSS Proposal in DRAFT stage; not submitted for review; Given #1660 ... is this draft PSS still needed?
2020-09-22 - WG agreed to depreciate this PSS proposal (initial draft)
|1660||Devices on FHIR - Point-of-Care Device Implementation Guide (2nd Edition)||PSSinJ-1660|
2021-03-22 - Need to advance the PSSinC Confluence form and advance through approval process, which will include deliverables & milestones for Dr. Hurrell's 3 Year Plan!
PSS Accepted; Starting PSS form
2020-09-22 - Discussed at WGM; Chris Courville will initiate creation of the PSSinC-1660 page and form
Devices on FHIR Open Tasks
Looking good, no incomplete tasks.