- Call to order, introductions, welcome
- Review & approval of the Agenda
- Minutes of the previous meeting
- Antitrust rules
- Present PSS for OO - Specimen DAM and DICOM Supplement 122 comparison in support of Digital Pathology (Ulrike Merrick)
- Update on FHIRcast / prepare for Connectathon (Isaac Vetter)
- Review draft agenda for WGM
- Discuss DMP (Brad Genereaux)
- Review ImagingStudy maturity
"As the publication date for FHIR Release 4 approaches, we'd like to remind you that the QA spreadsheet should be completed to reflect the maturity of your resources. The FMG's expectation is that the spreadsheet should be totally up-to-date by Nov. 1. However, doing the necessary review to mark resources, value sets, operations, extensions, etc. with the correct FMM level isn't small. And once the ballot closes, there'll be other things on your plate too. So we'd encourage you to use the time between now and the WGM to ensure that the pages for all of your artifacts are as up-to-date as possible.
The spreadsheet is located here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1COTmtlXgGWuFpoSr1ZQQK30S7ReCpVsk_NZI6xIeSHI/edit#gid=1272626212 , and the resource tab has the QA details for each resource (note that you'll need to scroll the tabs to find it!). Column D has the current maturity of the resource (which should match that in the ballot), and column C has a maturity roughly calculated from the spreadsheet contents. They should match! The FMM levels of resources in the ballot will be updated to match those in the spreadsheet. If you want to be upgraded and not downgraded, make sure your artifacts are up-to-date. NOTE: This is particularly critical for normative artifacts - every value set, operation, resource, etc. that's going normative is expected to show all criteria for FMM6 marked off. We'll be chatting to workgroups in Baltimore if this isn't done.
If you have any issues or queries, then please contact your FMG Liaison - or Lloyd or myself." - David Hay
- Discussion on identities
- Next meetings
- Tuesday, September 18, 2018 : 1:00pm-2:30pm
- In Person
- Oct 2, 2018 to Oct 4, 2018: HL7 WGM, Baltimore, MD
Access Code: 821-951-437
United States: +1 (571) 317-3129
WG-20 Voting Members Present Represented by
Agfa HealthCare Brad Genereaux
Change Healthcare Elliot Silver
PixelMed David Clunie
Siemens Healthcare GmbH Eric Martin
WG-20 Voting Members Absent Represented by
Canon Medical Systems Kevin O’Donnell
GE Healthcare Charles Parisot
Corista David Allen
Laitek Doug Sluis
Merge/IBM Ken Meyer
WG-20 Alternate Voting Representatives, Observers, Guests Present
ACR Natalia Farish
ACR Chris Treml
By Light Professional Services John Moehrke
Change Healthcare Roger Milford
Epic Isaac Vetter
GE Healthcare Katelyn Nye
Harvard Medical School Oleg Pianykh
Mindshare Medical Ilya Goldberg
Philips KT Pickard
Varian Ulrich Busch
Vernetzt, LLC Riki Merrick
Presiding Officers: Brad Genereaux, Agfa Healthcare
Elliot Silver, Change Healthcare
DICOM Secretariat: Luiza Kowalczyk, MITA
1.1. The conference was called to order at 1:00 p.m. US ET.
1.2. The antitrust rules were reviewed, and DICOM patent policy as well.
1.3. The agenda was approved.
1.4. The minutes from August 16th were approved.
2. Review ImagingStudy maturity
3. Present PSS for OO - Specimen DAM and DICOM Supplement 122 comparison in support of Digital Pathology (Ulrike Merrick)
Conclusion: WG-20 II will be the listed as co-sponsor for this project.
Action Item: Riki will provide an updated PSS (Project Scope Statement)
4. DMP Alignment
FHIRcast is modern, simple application context synchronization built on top of SMART on FHIR for the tight synchronization of full featured healthcare application, native apps or even synchronizing applications across multiple machines. See http://fhircast.org/ and the zulip stream for more info: https://chat.fhir.org/#narrow/stream/118-FHIRcast
September’s FHIR Connectathon FHIRcast track in Baltimore
The FHIRcast track at the HL7 FHIR Connectathon will further the specification and solicit additional feedback from developers, as we work towards a stable and mature specification for balloting into HL7. If you’re interested in developing and testing a FHIRcast implementation, there’s no better place than the connectathon! The track planning teleconference will be on Thursday, September 20th at 9am Central. Check out the track wiki page for details: http://wiki.hl7.org/index.php?title=201809_FHIRcast.
Over the past month, the team has been working hard at improving the FHIRcast sandbox (https://github.com/fhircast/sandbox), which provides an easy on-ramp for prototyping and testing FHIRcast for interested developers. We’re still working on publishing the sandbox to something like https://sandbox.fhircast.org and on adding Websocket support to both it and the spec.
We’re already looking ahead to determine an appropriate timeline for an informative ballot FHIRcast into HL7 and are leaning towards either balloting at HL7 January, 2019 or May, 2019 meeting.
6. Review agenda items for WGM in October 1, 2018
7. FHIR Ballot
8. Next Meetings
HL7 Review during the September DICOM WG-06 Base Standard F2F meeting
- 2nd half of Q3 – Thursday, September 13th, 14:30-15:30 US ET
Dial in will be posted in the DICOM calendar: http://workspaces.nema.org/dicom/Lists/Calendar/calendar.aspx
- TUE Sept 18, 2018, 1:00 – 2:30 US-ET
- HL7 – OCT 2, 3, 4 (Tue, Wed, Thur) (joint with WG-27 in Q4 on Thur 4 Oct)
Dial in info for teleconferences:
Join the Online Meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/dicom-cc
Dial-in Number: (605) 472-5741 (US)
Access Code: 223765
International Dial-in Numbers: https://fccdl.in/i/dicom-cc
For 24/7 Customer Care, call (844) 844-1322
Please note that the call-in/log-on information for this t-con is also posted in the DICOM Calendar http://workspaces.nema.org/dicom/Lists/Calendar/calendar.aspx
- HL7 – OCT 2, 3, 4 (Tue, Wed, Thurs.) (joint with WG-27 in Q4 on Thur 4 Oct)
- In conjunction with HL7 in October, 2018, Baltimore, MD
Future Meetings of HL7
- September 29-October 5, 2018, Baltimore, MD
- January 12-18, 2019, San Antonio, TX
The meeting was adjourned at 2:30 p.m. US ET
Submitted by Luiza Kowalczyk, Secretary
Reviewed by Legal Counsel, Clark Silcox, October 1, 2018.