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Minutes Approved as Presented
2022-01-26 TSMG Agenda and Minutes
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."
Meeting was recorded
Note that meetings are recorded
Welcome to members and observers
Rollcall & Proxies
RM: Proxies are among the approvals that must be vetted through the TSC approval process
RM: there are other practices that need this process correction
New Vocab Task Force: Minimum Requirements for R5 Terminology Services, starts today at 5
Request from WHO re: utilization of OIDs, representative will attend next HTA meeting
JIRA ticket opened for GOM changes to remove HTA: GCR-354
Getting issue details...STATUS
GOM text in process of being moved to HTA page
confirmation from David Pike that the content is being moved over to TSMG page
Reuben: 'Terminology Authority" as a name for the HTA may be confusing. Suggesting there may be a better label which reflects the function(s) of the HTA as a component of the TSMG. Possibly adding the term "External" or "External Terminology(ies)"