Meeting ID: 912 9786 9819
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H - HTA Member
O - observer
L - liaison
P - present
A - Apologies
|O||Julie James||Blue Wave Informatics LLP|
|H||X - (Davera)||Susan Matney||Intermountain Health|
|H||X||Sylvia Thun||HL7 Germany|
|H||Carol Macumber||Clinical Architecture|
|H||X||Davera Gabriel||Johns Hopkins University Institute for Clinical and Translational Research|
|L||Suzy Roy||SNOMED International|
|O||Andrea MacLean||Canada Health Infoway|
|O||Ted Klein||Klein Consulting / HL7 UTG / Vocabulary WG CoChair|
|L||Rob Hausam||Vocabulary WG CoChair|
|O||Mareike Przysucha||HL7 Germany|
|L||Rob McClure||US Realm Liaison|
|O||Rory Davidson||SNOMED International|
|O||Diana Wright||Lantana Consulting Group|
|O||X||Joanie Harper||Canada Health Infoway|
Minutes of previous teleconference (2021-12-02)
Meeting Minutes from Discussion
TC Minutes Approval
Quorum was met
Motion to approve Minutes:
RD moves, RB seconds: Motion Passes 4-0-0
No call 12/30, Next call 1/13
|Continuous||Jess and Reuben|
Non-HTA managed code systems retired in continuous build of THO: http://build.fhir.org/ig/HL7/UTG/external_terminologies.html
THO changes have been implemented and is a first big step to using THO as the single source of truth.
Next step is to clean up the records and align with new template from HTA confluence pages.
TSMG has referred a question to TSC around the OID request process, awaiting Rob M's return to act as liaison to TSC.
|Topic||New PSS Review||Continuous||Carol|
External SDO and Code System Issues
(review JIRA tickets https://jira.hl7.org/projects/HTA/summary)
JIRA Dashboard in progress https://jira.hl7.org/secure/Dashboard.jspa?selectPageId=13701
Discussion: How should DSM-V be represented? One Supplement to ICD10CM, One Supplement to ICD9CM then a value set including ICD10CM and ICD9CM codes as defined by DSM-V
HTA agrees that DSM-V is not a stand alone code system.
The DSM-V code system URI, rooted in hl7.org/FHIR was created in 2017 and is being used at an HL7 affiliate (Netherlands, for sure). Thus, it is not possible to remove the URI from FHIR R4. However, the HTA does not agree that the DSM-V meets the criteria for a code system (no concepts with identifiers, see above for more information). HTA will open a THO ticket to add verbiage about DSM in a "Using DSM-V with FHIR" page and thus, in R5, users will be provided additional information on it's use.
Deeper Missive: Perhaps HL7 can approach the APA about how to represent the DSM-V criteria (nay classification) in a consistent way across version.
DID NOT GET TO THESE ITEMS DURING CALL, any independent progress made on these items are noted below and/or on the tickets themselves. Will be added to next HTA call agenda for review and/or approval.
Updated CS Identifier process guidance
|Continued from previous||Carol|
We are almost through the core principles. Having issues scheduling a call before holiday break. Will look into January for next call.
The draft is located here: Validating and Requesting Identifiers for External Code Systems and Identifier Systems
HTA members and observers are asked to review the drafted text, directly edit where changes are needed and use the comment functionality to ask additional questions. We will review again (and hopefully approve on the next HTA call, which will be at the WGM).
|Topic||Continued from previous||Reuben|
Any Other Business
Call adjourned at