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|5 min||Welcome, agenda review, meeting minute approval||Erin Holt||The 3-16 meeting minutes were approved as posted.|
|15 min||Go to ballot approval for ODH DAM||Shirley Burton|
The Occupational Data for Health Domain Analysis Model was reviewed. It will be balloted For Comment ballot in the May 2023 cycle.
Motion to approve the DAM to go to ballot: Shirley Burton/Craig Newman 30-0-0
BFDR FHIR IG Update Jira tickets (Sarah) - 10 mins:
FHIR-40613 Motion to approve as persuasive Sarah Gaunt/Cindy Bush 28-0-1
FHIR-40680 Motion to approve as persuasive Sarah Gaunt/Craig Newman 28-0-0