Project: C-CDA Web Publication Tooling - Complete
Produce a sustainable, efficient means of publishing new versions of C-CDA (and potentially CDA in a later phase) as a Web Specification (similar to FHIR). The output of this project will be tooling together with necessary supporting documentation to support publication of C-CDA and CDA implementation guides through the FHIR IG Publisher
- improved export from trifolia
- including primitive constraints
- created custom publish template
- worked with grahame to fix a few bugs
- added a 8 core "complex" profiles
- adding a bunch of narrative
- uses the brand new templating methods developed by lloyd
- vastly improved the base cda "ig" as it is defined in FHIR
Project: C-CDA Companion Guide Update - Complete
The prior version of the companion guide is specific to a rule, the 2015 ONC Certification rule. The ONC published a new proposed rule in 2019 which necessitates updates to the companion guide. This project consists of project management support and content development for the update of the companion guide to support C-CDA implementations in the US consistent with ONC timelines. Updates may include new C-CDA templates and other revisions to meet industry requirements, for example changes in government requirements. The set of updates for any release SHALL require approval by the Structured Documents Work Group and the US Realm Steering Committee.
Project: C-CDA Release 2.2 – Phase 1
Create Volume 1 for C-CDA R2.2 using existing C-CDA R2.1 plus updates being proposed for Companion Guide and using Trifolia on FHIR for this work, so as to keep both of these documents aligned during the C-CDA Companion Guide Ballot Reconciliation. The C-CDA Volume 1 content created will be aligned with balloted C-CDA R2.1 Companion Guide R2 and in conjunction with tooling revisions and ready for STU Update commenting.
Project: FHIR Bulk Data Meeting - Complete
To be held in November 6, 2019; Boston Children's Hospital to lead the event (similar to the event held in December 2017) which will focus on their Bulk Data work.