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A scalable solution leveraging existing internet name server and routing mechanisms to enable reliable exchange regardless of whether the transaction is dynamic point-to-point or via intermediaries.STU 1 published. Meetings paused until work begins on next version of IG.

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Leverage most up to date industry considerations to build on best practices and recommendations for identity matching services and KPIs, and identity assurance for an appropriate, national, standards based approach for individual identity matching. 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 2pm ET

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Meeting ID: 991 4502 5586
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Meeting ID: 991 4502 5586

A FHIR based approach for building a national endpoint directory capability, focused on easing the ability to identify endpoints currently located in multiple locations by proposing a federated model that uses a single authoritative source of truth. Aims to ensure accuracy of the endpoint information and reduce burden to keep the information up to date.

Mondays 3-4pm ET

Thursdays 11-12pm ET

Mondays

https://zoom.us/j/98517334633

Meeting ID: 985 1733 4633

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Thursdays

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Meeting ID: 984 2423 2906

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Development of a scalable, easy to adopt, core security solution, using Unified Data Access Profiles (UDAP), focused on how to manage the security of millions of patient records, payers, providers and public health agencies information sharing needs at scale. Aims to provide the industry with scalable security solutions, that ensure the requestor of information using FHIR based information is appropriately authenticated and has the authorization to see the requested data. 

2nd Tuesday of the month at 2pm ET

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Meeting ID: 997 7085 2614

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Meeting ID: 997 7085 2614






Additional Projects

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Focused on solving issues caused by the use of multiple versions of FHIR across the healthcare ecosystem. Considering content to be included in the recommended National Healthcare Directory solution (above), a request to HL7 for a FHIR version translation capability to be part of the core FHIR spec, and support in the recommended Testing & Certification Platform solution (above) for version-related testing, capability statement-related testing, and confirmation that FHIR versions are stated in exchanged artifacts.


Focused on enabling a high-volume of FHIR transactions to be consistently and predictably exchanged in a hybrid exchange model. Considering FHIR standards and performance guidelines/service level agreements (SLAs) for intermediary and point-to-point exchange.

A Testing & Certification approach focused on ensuring standard conformance for scalable FHIR based solutions, including requirements for the development of an automated FHIR testing platform.



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