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Chair:  Danny Wise

Scribe: Joginder Madra


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AbdulMalik Shakir Shakir Consulting - Hi3 Solutions
Alaina Gregory CDC
Alean Kirnak SW Partners
Andrea Pitkus UW
Austin Kreisler Leidos
Barb Wallace CDC
Bryant Karras WA DOH
Chrissy Miner CDC
Cindy Bush CDC
Craig Newman Altarum
Danny Wise Allscripts
Devann Kirkpatrick TN Dept of Health
Eric Larson AIRA
Floyd Eisenberg iparsimony
Genny Luensman CDC
Jim Jellison Public Health Informatics Institute
Joginder Madra Madra Consulting Inc.
John Loonsk JHU
John Stamm Epic
Kathy Walsh LabCorp
Kevin Snow Envision Technology
Laura Conn CDC
Laura Rappleye Altarum
Lura Daussat Public Health Informatics Institute
Melanie Epstein Corbin State of California
Michael J. Suralik HLN Consulting, LLC
Mike Berry HLN Consulting
Natalie Viator Collins PHII
Nathan Bunker American Immunization Registry Association
Nedra Garrett CDC
Nosipho Beaufort Public Health Informatics Institute
Robert Worden UK
Sarah Gaunt Lantana Consulting Group
Stuart Myerburg CDC




Minutes Approved as Presented 


This is to approve minutes via general consent. "You have received the minutes. Are there any corrections to the minutes? (pause) Hearing none, if there are no objections, the minutes are approved as printed."

Agenda Topics

Agenda Outline

Agenda Item

Meeting Minutes from Discussion

1Agenda Review and Minutes Approval (5 min)

Motion to approve meeting minutes from 2020-03-12 (Craig, Crystal)

  • Approved (27-0-0)
2COVID-19 response update (Robert Worden) (20 min)

This is a continuation of the discussion from last week's call as well as discussion on the PHWG listserv. See supporting material.

This is a personal effort from Robert.  This item has been tabled as a Board agenda item.  There are concerns that subject matter experts are not available to provide input to this exercise as they are busy responding to the pandemic. Participants are encouraged to provide feedback to Robert if possible however, it is not possible to do any meaningful engagement with subject matter experts.

Motion: The PH work group convey to the HL7 Board that this document does not adequately represent existing or ongoing work and should be reworked before it is presented to the Board for consideration.  Furthermore more informed alternatives cannot be provided by the WG as subject matter experts are working heads down in dealing with the pandemic (John Loonsk, Alean Kirnak)

  • Approved (35-0-1)
  • PHWG co-chairs to send a note to Karen, cc'ing Chuck, Wayne, Walter, Austin and Robert


3

Vital Record DAM, R4 ballot submission readiness review (AMS) (10 min)

See supporting material.  AMS provided an update.


4Discussion of potential updates to V2.8.2 Immunization IG (Alean)(25 min)

Alean continued the discussion

  • AMS: ITI-8 and ITI-44 are also IHE profile related to patient identity management

To continue with ITI-8 and ITI-30 next week.

 Adjournment
 Adjourned at 17h00 (eastern)

Supporting Documents

Outline Reference

Supporting Document

2HL7 and Covid-19.pptx
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Vital Records Domain Analysis Model R4.docx

4

https://www.ihe.net/uploadedFiles/Documents/ITI/IHE_ITI_TF_Vol1.pdf  starting Page 33 Patient Identifier Cross-Referencing (PIX).    

  • Note Figure 5-1:  the “Patient Identity Feed” is the ADT
  • Note Figure 5-1.1:  transactions Patient Identity Feed ITI-8 and Patient Identity Management ITI-30 describe the ADTs. 
  • ITI-30 in particular is relevant to immunization registries and other pediatric databases
  • Note references to Pediatric Demographic Option

https://www.ihe.net/uploadedFiles/Documents/ITI/IHE_ITI_TF_Vol2a.pdf starting Page 36 Patient Identity Feed ITI-8.

  • Note top of Page 37 Section 3.8.2.  Note the reference to Document Registry.  This is a clue that XDS also uses Patient Identity Feed.  XDS registries/repositories are commonly found in Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), enterprise systems, and elsewhere.    
  • Note Figure 3-8.1 indicates the ADT trigger events used by ITI-8.  These include A01, A04, A05, A08 and A40.
  • Note references to Pediatric Demographic Option.

https://www.ihe.net/uploadedFiles/Documents/ITI/IHE_ITI_TF_Vol2b.pdf  starting Page 12 Patient Identity Management ITI-30.

  • Note 3.30.4.1 and 3.30.4.2 Page 13 setting forth inclusion of ADT trigger events A28, A31 and A47.   
  • Additionally, implementers of the “merge” option must include A40 (merge two patients); implementers of the “link/unlink” option must include A24 (link) and A37 (unlink). Note the concept of “option” in the IHE framework.  Connectathons typically offer separate tests for the base profile and for the addition of the option.  This allows systems that don’t implement (in this case) merges and/or link/unlinks to pass on the base profile, while systems that do implement them can pass on those options.   The 2.8.2 IG might mirror this approach by setting these trigger events forth as options.
  • Also note that “merge” has no inverse operation.    This derives from the HL7 base standard.  There is no such thing as an “unmerge”. 
  • Note 3.30.4.3 describes the additional requirements of  Pediatric Demographic Option.
  • Note Figure 3.30-3.  Pediatric Demographic Option creates additional constraints on everything with “Note 1” as described in the footnote.


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