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Phase 1 encompasses Work Groups that have numerous Conference Calls per week

Work Group Co-Chairs,

Based on the volume of conference calls, about 15 Work Groups have been selected as candidates for HL7’s initial rollout of Zoom accounts for remote conferencing.

Co-Chairs of those 15 Work Groups:  In the table below, enter whether you want to move to a Zoom account (yes/no), add your name and the date you filled in your answer.

If you’d like to move from your current conference call/screen sharing platform to a Zoom account provided by HL7, the PMO can take the next steps to make that happen. 

If you’re satisfied with your current set up, that’s fine, moving to Zoom is not required at this time.

The PMO will check the table periodically and reach out to those that want to move to Zoom.

Phase 1 Work Groups (those with the most conference calls per week)

Co-Chairs of those 15 Work Groups:  In the table below, enter whether you want to move to a Zoom account (yes/no), add your name and the date you filled in your answer.

High Call Volume
Work Group 

Does WG Want a Zoom Acct?

Co-Chair Enters:
Yes/No, Name, Date

INDICATE IF YOU NEED A LICENSE FOR MORE THAN 100 PARTICIPANTS

FCC ID  @lists.hl7.orgNotes
Clinical Decision SupportYes, Howard Strasberg, 2020-03-25cds-cc
Clinical GenomicsYes, Kevin Power, March 25 2020 (< 100)clingenomics-cc
Clinical Quality Information
cqi-cc
Community-Based Care and Privacy (CBCP)

Yes, Suzanne Gonzales-Webb, March 25, 2020 (<100)

cbhs-cc
Electronic Health Records
ehr-cc
FHIR Infrastructure

fhir-i-cc


Financial Management

Yes, Kathleen ConnorMarch 25, 2020

fm-cc

Would like to migrate on 4/7 or later to give WG time to adjust, and after getting consensus on the Zoom Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, which I suggest that all WGs considering Zoom licenses review.  There seem to be some "gotchas" and ability to opt-out of certain downstream data collection and usage. Haven't compare to FCC Privacy Policy yet, but will do so and get back

Like OO, we would like to pilot "breakout room" functionality so we only create 1 Zoom account for multiple FM sub-WG calls. Question - how are the participants counted? Across all calls?  Because we have influx of participants for different projects so hard to tell whether we need a license for more than 100 participants.  If we say <100 for now, can we change that later if we find that we need it?

Mobile Health

Yes, Nathan Botts,   

mobilehealth-cc
Orders and Observations 1
ord-cc
Orders and Observations 2
ord-cc2We may pilot 'breakout room' functionality with OO, meaning, we only create 1 Zoom account for OO and have them use Zoom's Breakout Rooms
Patient Care
patientcare-cc
Payer/Provider Information Exchange Work Group
pie-cc
Pharmacy

Yes - Melva Peters  

pharmacy8

Pharmacy's FCC ID is pharmacy8, not pharmacy-cc. - Scott M. Robertson  

Security

Yes, Kathleen ConnorMarch 25, 2020

security-cc

Security WG would like to migrate on 4/7 or later to give WG time to adjust, and after getting consensus on the Zoom Privacy Policy and Terms of Service, which I suggest that all WGs considering Zoom licenses review.  There seem to be some "gotchas" and ability to opt-out of certain downstream data collection and usage. Haven't compare to FCC Privacy Policy yet, but will do so and get back.

Like OO, we would like to pilot "breakout room" functionality so we only create 1 Zoom account and use for FHIR Security, Security, and any other Security WG calls. But I'm not finding information about how that works.  Bummer that Zoom doesn't track participants without making them register.  We depend on the FCC roster to make sure we have the roll done correctly, and also to track lurkers.

Question - how are the participants counted? Across all calls?  Because we have influx of participants for different projects so hard to tell whether we need a license for more than 100 participants.  If we say <100 for now, can we change that later if we find that we need it?

Structured Documents
strucdoc-cc
Vocabulary

Yes - Reuben Daniels (<100)

vocab-cc


Phase 2 Work Groups that are interested in piloting the 'shared Zoom accounts'

Phase 2: Ideally, we'd like to provide shared Zoom accounts to be used by WGs that meet infrequently.  Phase 2 will begin at a yet to-be-determined date.
HQ is investigating how this process will work.  We're hoping a shared calendar of the available accounts can be created in the Confluence/Jira space

We would like to gather a list of Work Groups that are interested in a shared Zoom account.
Co-Chairs:  For Work Groups not listed in the Phase 1 table above, enter your Work Group and Co-Chair Name to indicate you are interested in a 'shared Zoom account'.

Work Group 

Co-Chair Name, Date

Notes/Comments
Policy AdvisoryJamie Ferguson March 25Monthly & ad hoc calls <25 participants, plus occasional ad hoc webinars >100 participants 
DevicesTodd Cooper  March 25We currently have multiple weekly calls per the Devices on FHIR work and anticipate more (weekly) with the emerging SDC+FHIR work
Arden SyntaxYes, Robert Jenders, 2020-03-25ardensyntax is the listserv
Clinical Interoperability CouncilYes, Lindsey Hoggle, March 25, 2020 (less 100)We now meet second and fourth Thursdays for CIC; two calls on Wednesdays for sponsored projects and second Thursday for another sponsored projects.  
Service Oriented ArchitectureVincent McCauley March 25Weekly meetings across 4 time zones Europe, Australia, USA East + West coast- Free Conference Call has proved unworkable in Italy