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Date:

16 January 2023

Quarter:  Q3-Q4


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."

Discussion items

TimeItemWhoNotes

Coordination of Care Service - SFM (Q3)All

Patient Care is the primary owner of Coordination of Care Service and wanted to know if/what SOA wanted to do with this specification.

In the SOA discussion, the consensus was that a refresh of the STU product was in order to bring in FHIR elements. 

Has been observed that Care Coordination has a very good fit for BPM+, and the BPM community would be likely interested and willing to contribute.

The recommendations that emerge from the discussion are:

  1. SOA is willing to take the lead on refreshing the Service Functional Model, with an eye toward the September ballot cycle (aggressive but hopeful target)
  2. SOA liked the Patient Care suggestion to harvest content from the STU into the Care Coordination DAM.  

HSRA discussion (Q3)AllAfter the successful HSRA ballot, we discussed characteristics, use cases, and future scenarios. Some opportunities can emerge (e.g.) in the Accelerators context. SOA will further discuss these aspects after the WGM during the reconciliation process.

HSRA discussion and Reconciliation prework (Q4)All

Continuation of the HSRA discussion from Q3.

For the reconciliation process, from an initial analysis of the ballot comments, do not emerge critical issues (we must correct some mapping, and we must insert some clarification and integration)


SOA Future and name Change (Discussion) (Q4)All

We were brainstorming about the WG name change and future objectives, perhaps more focused on processes and orchestration @scale.
We'll further discuss these aspects after the WGM with the other Co-Chair for a decision.

Action items

As observed, we'll further discuss these aspects after the WGM with the other Co-Chairs and the community