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|Standing announce-ments||Antitrust Reminder|
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Patient Empowerment WG’s policy is to record many of its weekly calls and virtual working group sessions to help with minute taking. If a recording will also be published, the participants will be asked in advance if that is OK.
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|Approval of Minutes|
3/2 minutes to be approved - includes mission and charter.
(Our protocol: "The minutes have been posted on Confluence. Are there any corrections to the minutes? (pause) Hearing none, if there are no objections, the minutes are approved," )
|5 min||Upcoming Events|
IHE Connectathon feedback - none.
USCDI V4 Comments period is open.
HIMSS - HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition | HIMSS
May WGM and Connectathon
WEDI Patient Experience Virtual Event, April 2023
About Us - Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange (WEDI)
Block Vote 6:
Link to the ADI STU-1 Block Vote 6 Jira tickets:
Brian moved to accept. Dave Hill second. 11 affirm, 0 abstaiin, 0 against.
Maria - note to double check that that we've fully swapped the value set to conform to the VSAC value sets.
|5 min||Mission and Charter Updates|
Proposed Mission Statement:
The Patient Empowerment Work Group was formed to identify and define requirements for standards that enable individuals and caregivers to identify their personal needs, requirements and preferences for health information data exchange and accessibility.
Our mission is to represent, accommodate, and empower individuals and patients in HL7’s standards work to guide the design of a more inclusive healthcare system that serves the people it is intended to serve with HL7 standards as the mechanism for doing so.
Proposed Charter Statement:
This Work Group provides a forum for all interested parties who want to promote a person’s right to be represented when standards are developed to access, update, and exchange their health information whether for their own use or for transfer to other entities.
The recipients of care inevitably have a different perspective than those creating and working in the healthcare system, and that perspective needs to be included by direct participation of patients and caregivers in the HL7 standards process.
The focus of this group will be on the information content, secure and permitted access, and accuracy of people’s health information with an over-arching agreement that the subject’s health and device-initiated information needs to be permitted to be eligible for exchange of as the world becomes more and more inter-connected.
The WG will also work with and provide guidance and recommendations to other WGs that should be ensuring people can access, update, and be stewards of their own health information.
Maria motioned to accept the Proposed Mission statement and Proposed Charter statement. Jan seconded. Passed 7 (for) 0 (against) 0 (abstain). We still need to draft and approve the relationship statements. Gora clarified that formal relationships have to do with having SOUs so we do not have formal relationships, but we do have informal relationships internally and externally (for example PACIO) - our issue is we have many and want more. Drafts of relationship statements will be created for next week's review.
|5 min||Project Updates|
Patient Contributed Data (meets 10AM ET Wednesdays).
(no other project updates - deferred to Lloyd)
|10 min||Physical Activity FHIR IG status and guide review||Lloyd McKenzie reviewed the guide and noting they are preparing for their first ballot. Noted they are interested in Patient Empowerment member feedback. https://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/physical-activity/ There was an interest in overlap or relation to, PACIO and Personal Function Functioning and Engagement, the PCHD white paper (Jan asked that a reference from the IG to the whitepaper be added, and the SPHR project. Lloyd noted that some gyms are involved.|
|0 min - not on todays agenda||Co-sponsored projects|
There was not time - not covered
International Patient Access (Wednesday 10AM ET)
Problem Oriented Health Record (Monday 3pm ET)
Personal Functioning and Engagement
Attendance ( )
From Zoom's attendance data:
|Name (Original Name)||Present|
|Virginia Lorenzi (NYP)||x|
|Abigail Watson (MITRE)|
|Debi Willis (myPatientLinks)|
|Maria Moen (MyDirectives/ADVault, Inc.)||x|
|Jessica Skopac (Mitre)||x|
|Rita Torkzadeh (Aegis)||x|
|Tina Wilkins (MITRE)||x|
|Lynda Hoeksema (MITRE)|
|Matt Elrod (maxMD)|
|Dave Hill (Mitre)||x|
|Kim Herman (Epic)|
|Karen Georges-Ransom (NYP)|
|Patricia Falto (NYP)||x|
|Vicki Giatzikis (NYP)|
|Jeff Danford (Optum)|
|Marjorie Behm (LEAP for health)||x|
Christopher Wean (Epic)
|Shaumik Ashraf (Mitre)|
|Neelima Karipineni (MITRE)|
|Joe Quinn (Smile Digital Health)|
|Brian Meshell (MITRE)||x|