Chair: Debi Willis Virginia Lorenzi
Scribe: Dave deBronkart
|Terrie Reed||Terrie Reed||y|
|Jose Costa Teixeira|
Meeting Minutes from Discussion
|Approval of this Agenda||acclamation|
|Prior call Minutes approval||acclamation|
|co-chair nominations and elections||Send nominations to: Linda@HL7.org by June 15.|
Last call to promote the Patient Innovator Track at Virtual DevDays!
Announcement & info posts:
|Any other news?|
Connectathon report-out and debrief
Did our new WG learn or discover anything that alters our outlook? (Do we know or see anything now that we didn't know a week ago?)
This google doc contains WG member feedback. It's still open for additional comments.
Conversation during the call:
Terrie: wondered about whether Public Health is a place for patient empowerment per se.
From Lloyd, in Zulip follow-up: (bulleting, formatting and phrase-breaking added by Dave for emphasis & clarity of purpose)
Overall, what we're trying to do with the standards development process is
Injecting the patient/caregiver perspective across the spectrum of the HL7 organization helps us do that.
(Dave: that certainly says yes, Public Health is a place for the patient WG to participate and be heard)
Virginia: On Friday you could lurk effectively - could arrive unannounced, leave anytime without disruption. Useful way to hear the players / get to know them.
Abbie prefers in-person over virtual. Not as easy virtually to get to know people, but still got work done.
Observation: connectathons (virtual or F2F) seem to be quite different experiences for coders and non-coders.
|From May 14|
Debi had expressed concern from hearing in a CARIN meeting that patient apps need licenses to be able to use code sets such as CPT.
|From April 16|
Which WG's should we be connecting with?
Let's invite John to present CPCB and Lisa to present Care Coordination
(Virginia: Please confirm that our mission & charter are approved)