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Meeting Details

Date:  August 11, 2023

Time: 12PM ET

Coordinates:  Join Zoom meeting: | Meeting ID: 510 046 7805 | +1 929-436-2866-US (New York)


Kathy Walsh, Rob Hausam, JD Nolen, Marti Velezis

Chair: JD Nolen

Scribe: Marti Velezis


  • Standing Topics 
    • Catalog IG QA JIRA
  • DeviceAssociation Impact assessment for Inventory Resources
  • JIRA Triage
  • AOB?


  • Catalog IG
    • QA JIRA for Catalog: FHIR-41729
      • Warnings need to be cleaned up
      • Slice - DeviceDefinition.classification
      • ChargeItemDefinition invariant- zero uses – need to be investigated
      • Once the changes have been made it can go back to FMG for approval.
  • FHIR-19253 - Added to the block vote - August 2023
  • FHIR-41691 - Added question in Zulip - to make sure these are At-home test results that are not sent to the lab for results and that he patient is documenting the results.  Follow-up next time

OO JIRAs - We will use this Catalog time slot for extended OO on FHIR Backlog.

Next Meeting: August 18, 2023

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