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Project: Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) Web Publication Tooling – Phase 2: Task Period 1 (COMPLETE)

Description:

The Phase 1 project resulted in a proof of concept where CDA templates are represented using FHIR resources and published using the FHIR IG Publisher.  This project, Phase 2, will provide a publication-ready web version of the full C-CDA specification as follows:

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  • Incorporate CDA logic model so it is accessible to ToF components
  • Incorporate stakeholder feedback from the SDWG and other HL7 stakeholders gathered during proof of concept, define user interface (UI) improvements for CDA tooling of ToF
  • Update the ToF editor features to support CDA requirements
  • Update documentation for CDA functionality and describe editing method and tooling to maintain CDA profiles
  • Update toolset to accommodate CDA sections appropriate for that task
  • Tune ToF publication outputs to ensure they are valid per the FHIR specification and work with the FHIR IG Publisher
  • Update tool documentation and promote code base in GitHub to production
  • Demonstrate new functionality to HL7 governing bodies
  • Quality Assurance Testing Progress: QA of C-CDA 2.2 Templates
  • Quality Assurance Final Report:  20200930 MaxMD Report Out - HL7 CDA Web Publishing Project FINAL.doc.pdf

Project: Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture (C-CDA) Web Publication Tooling – Phase 2: Task Period 2

Description:

The Phase 2 - Task Period 1 project addressed allergies, medications, results, vitals & immunizations.  Task Period 2 work will focus on procedures, social history, encounters and final demonstration of the full package by February 1, 2021.

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Project: US Core Errata (COMPLETE)

Description:

  1. Develop and finalize approval/plan US Core Errata Release
  2. Review and reconcile US Core JIRA trackers (up to 30)
  3. Apply trackers
  4. Collect comments
  5. Review newly identified errata; apply errata
  6. Final Publication review

Deliverables:

  • Develop and finalize approval/plan US Core Errata Release
  • Review and reconcile US Core JIRA trackers - up to 30 (currently 25 logged)
  • Apply trackers
  • Collect comments over fixed 1-week period
  • Review newly identified errata
  • Apply any errata
  • Final Publication review
  • Submit final publication

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Project: UTG External Terminologies

Description:

  1. Provide planning, analysis, engagement and terminology subject matter expertise towards ensuring the HL7 Unified Terminology Governance (UTG) system is fit for purpose to be used as an authoritative source of information for terminology content from external organisations (those organisations outside HL7 International or its Affiliates) as required in HL7 standards.

Deliverables:

  1. Undertaking a complete audit of the current external terminology content in UTG which including the following tasks:
    1. Determining the accuracy, currency and correctness of the content2 Determining the current external organisation's responsible for the content
    2. Determining whether the content is endorsed/supported by the responsible external organisations.
    3. Comparing the content to the other HL7 specifications, repositories and technical registries (e.g. the OID registry, the FHIR external terminologies page, etc) and, where differences are found, confirming which is correct.
    4. Confirming whether or not the content items remain in use in HL7 standards.
    5. Capturing all technical identifiers currently in use.
    6. Liaising with the HL7 Vocabulary Work Group, the HL7 Terminology Authority (HTA), and the HL7 product family management groups to capture concerns with the content currently in UTG.
    7. Describing the findings of the above tasks in a detailed report which provides clarity on what needs to be addressed in UTG for it to become the authoritative source for external terminology content.
  2. Lodging requests for engagement with external organisations to the HTA where required.
  3. Lodging requests to update UTG to address all content issues from the audit report.
  4. Supporting the development of plans to transition from existing HL7 resources which capture information about external content to UTG.




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