Chair: @Julie James
Scribe: @ Julie James Rob McClure
H - HTA Member
O - observer
L - liaison
P - present
A - Apologies
Global eHealth Collaborative
|American Dental Association|
|H||P||Julie James||Blue Wave Informatics LLP|
|H||A||Susan Matney||Intermountain Health|
|H||A||Sylvia Thun||HL7 Germany|
|O||P||Andrea MacLean (Infoway||Infoway|
Minutes of Teleconference 2019-05-28 Approval as on Confluence
Motion to accept proposed JN and seconded RB ; all in favour.
Meeting Minutes from Discussion
|Management||Minutes Approval||Motion to accept proposed JN and seconded RB ; all in favour|
|Topic||Realm Transferable Standards Specifications project|
Review and prepare for joint call with ArB
There was a long discussion among participants noting that the document is a bit unclear as to its core purpose. Is it focusing on
The HTA did not see the need to address the former issue, but being more clear about criteria for a universal realm may be useful.
For terminology, it may not acceptable to bind to a particular terminology, even when that is globally applicable - for example a required binding to LOINC because in the UK the NHS might need to use SNOMED CT instead.
Terminology is not the only situation where misalignment on required aspects may occur. One possible solution/mechanism would be to allow a universal IG to be cloned for use in a realm that can not align, but that HL7 would ballot and review to "certify" that the realm-specific clone is consistent with the universal. Finally, HTA would like to clarify at what level the 'universalness' must apply.
Note also the CIMI PSS for Vital Signs in FHIR - not discussed
|Topic||Update to GOM and Liaison with TSC - not discussed|
In development: HTA Updated ToR
|Topic||Identification of code systems policy - not discussed|
|Topic||FHIR Terminology - not discussed|
FHIR tracker items in H Group for HTA consideration - they are all external code system use requests
Likely to be carried forward
|Adjournment||Adjourned at 5pm ET|