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Commenter also reccommended adding a few other codes to this value set for "pre-exposure prophylaxis" and "post-exposure prophylaxis," and / or the parent "Administration of prophylactic treatment" of both of those
Disposition “Persuasive with Mod" approved; will only update the inactive code and not add the other codes (since this is just “example” binding – other values can be added in IG-specific profiles of the Immunization resource) – 32-0-0 (motion: Craig, second: Dragon)
FMG subsequently indicated the IG could not be published as-is and that further changes were needed (see details from Oct. 13th minutes)
Those changes have been now been made, and a publication re-approval request was presented on Dec. 15th, but Katie Tully from ONC had requested to delay the vote as they had a few additional comments forthcoming
POST-MEETING NOTE: publication was also previously re-approved already on Oct. 27th