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Aaron Ling CDPH
Abdulmalik Shakir Hi3 Solutions
Austin Kreisler Leidos
Craig Newman Altarum
Dan Chaput Kahuina/CSTE
Genny Luensman ATL, Inc (contractor for NIOSH)
Heather Patrick CDC Contractor (Peraton)
Jamie Parker Carradora
John Loonsk APHL / JHU
Karrie Schwencer HLN Consulting
Kasey Diebold CDC
Katie Tully ONC
Kristi Eckerson HLN Consulting, LLC
Kumar Sanjay DOHMH
Laura Conn CDC CSELS
Laura Rappleye Altarum
Ravi Kafle WA-DOH
Sarah Gaunt Lantana Consulting Group
Shirley Burton CDC/NIOSH
Tibi Samuel NYCDOHMH


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Welcome, agenda review, meeting minute approval AbdulMalik ShakirMeeting minutes from 9-1-2022 were approved as published.

Rethinking FHIR IG content Wendy ScharberTopic was postponed to a future date

Project Insight Dashboard Items for eCR and BSeRSarah GauntSarah is addressing the Jira tickets.  Several tickets were duplicates and will be merged.  Other tickets already voted on are being marked as applied.

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