|09:03||R5 Planning||Grahame Grieve Product Director|
Vocabulary will bring Concept Map forward as an R5 resource and clarify the distinction between Concept Map and CodeSystem Supplement.
Vocabulary will add a con call agenda item for discussing an initial Concept FHIR Resource.
FHIR Tracker Item Reconciliation
Understanding of and use case for abstract, not selectable and optional codes in value set expansions
What is the use case for abstract, not selectable and optional codes in value set expansions?
Not to be a domain discussion on whether the value 'should' be included for that use case, but a methodology discussion on whether these values are intended to carry code system information regarding the concept into the value set - i.e. the intended use of the concept.
Contains.abstract is included in the value set expansion.
Non-selectable codes need to be included in the value set for the purpose of navigation. Client can determine how the non-selectable codes are to be used.
Documentation uses the word 'abstract' in the normative documentation - now referred to as non-selectable.
Motion: Grahame Grieve:
Second: Rob Hausam
Timing for migration of FHIR non-ballot-bound items to terminology.hl7.org
Currently some code systems are built as part of the ballot generation process and are not in the UTG process.
Once UTG is established (i.e. publishing, qa'd, etc. - around the Montreal time frame.
Include a copy on non-restrictive content in UTG for reference where possible, even if the maintenance process is outside the UTG.
Strategy for identifiers for unified terminologies (poster child V3 Observation Interoperation Interpretation and V2 table 0078, unified in July 2018 Harmonization)
Need to carry over to next meeting
|Discuss results of comparison completed by Vocab of VSD and FHIR||No time|
Process for management of canonical URLs/URIs (Rob M.)
FHIR defined terminology (ballot-bound) vs. non-ballot-bound material in FHIR
Work to develop a single method to register code systems
Implications of a normative code system, and normative resources