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Attendees


Name

Affiliation

Aaron Ling CDPH
Adele Stewart Double Lantern Informatics
Chirine Chehab CDC
Craig Newman Altarum
Dan Rutz Epic
Danny Wise Allscripts
Diana Wright Lantana Consulting Group
Erin Holt Coyne TN Dept of Health
Gelu Comanescu CDC
Heather Patrick CDC Contractor (Peraton)
John Stamm Epic
Karen Knight NAACCR
Kathleen Tully ONC
Laura Rappleye Altarum
Ravi Kafle WA DOH
Sophia Cantor WA DOH/CSTE
ttz1@cdc.gov CDC





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5 minWelcome, agenda review, meeting minute approval 
  • Last week's minutes were approved by consensus
  • No new topics were added to the agenda
  • Reminder that the sign up period for the January ballot cycle opened today
  • ONC is implementing ISA updates, everyone is encourage to review the changes
5 minProject Proposal reviewCraig Newman

PSS-2126 - Retrieval of Immunization Data via Bulk FHIR IN REVIEW

  • The Helios FHIR Accelerator has submitted a project proposal for guidance regarding the application of the existing Bulk Data Access FHIR IG (http://hl7.org/fhir/uv/bulkdata/) to the use case of allowing authorized users access data held by Immunization Information Systems (IIS) in bulk
  • The exact deliverable is not known at this time. It may be a FHIR IG or just some other type of guidance for implementing
  • CDS is the only other WG that has expressed interest in being involved
  • Motion: Public Health WG will volunteer to be the sponsoring WG for this project (Craig Newman/John Stamm: 19-0-0)
20 minCMS RFI for National Directory of Healthcare Providers and ServicesDanny Wise

2022 CMS RFI National Healthcare Directory - Comment Template - Oct 19 FINAL.docx

https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2022/10/07/2022-21904/request-for-information-national-directory-of-healthcare-providers-and-services

Due date is December 6th

Public Health would likely be represented (PH has providers that would need to be included) within the NDH as well as being a consumer of data within the NDH

Licensing activities could be a user too

Having a standard for a directory may be just as important as having a singular national directory

Please review and come to next week's call with any comments you'd like the WG to consider

10 minV3 Immunization Messaging IG expiring normativeDanny Wise
  • Version 3 normative standard (this is not the v2.8.2 Implementation Guide we have published)
  • Option to withdraw or reaffirm for another 5 years
  • As far as the co-chairs have been able to ascertain, it's mostly used in Canada
    • Joginder Madra confirmed it's use in Alberta
    • Ron Parker (HL7 Canada) doesn't have any concern with going forward with a withdrawal
      • No known need for updates
  • If there is need to continue use (or update), then we should reaffirm
  • If withdrawn, existing implementations can continue, it's mostly an admission that the standard won't be updated going forward
  • HL7 doesn't really have the machinery to maintain V3
  • Future work will like focus on either v2 or FHIR
  • Motion: to proceed with withdrawing the v3 Immunization Messaging document (Craig Newman/AbdulMalik Shakir: 15-0-2)
10 minRetire/withdraw expired FHIR IGDiana Wright
5 minHAI LTC publication extension requestSarah Gaunt

2022-11 CDA HAI LTCF Publication Extension Request (current standard expires Nov 19)

  • No changes to the document, this is just a request to extend the STU period for another 2 years
  • Motion: Approve the request to extend the STU period (Craig Newman/Diana Wright: 17-0-0)

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