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  • Roll Call
  • Agenda Check
  • Minutes from 2020-03-25 FMG Agenda/Minutes
    • MOTION to approve: Brian Pech/Grahame
    • VOTE: David abstains. Remaining in favor
  • Action items
    • Reviewed
  • Review Items
    • Order Catalog FHIR IG Proposal
      • Rob presents the proposal.
      • The long description is meant for the registry - does it support diagrams? Grahame says no, diagrams aren't supported. The image would have to be in the IG somewhere. 
        • MOTION to approve: Brian Pech/Josh
        • VOTE: All in favor (4-0-0)
    • https://confluence.hl7.org/display/FHIR/Patient+Medication+List+Guidance

      • Jean presents the proposal.
      • Code should be med-list-guidance
      • Jean will move to HL7 github
      • Long description should include that this is for people designing IGs referring to medication lists and expand on the description. Jean edits.
        • MOTION to approve: Grahame/Brian Pech
        • VOTE: All in favor (4-0-0)
    • Specialty Medication Prescribing FHIR IG
      • Pooja presents the proposal.
      • Code should be specialty-rx
      • Edited long description
        • MOTION to approve: Brian Pech/Grahame
        • VOTE: All in favor (4-0-0)
  • David joins
  • Discussion Topics
    • Virtual connectathon format
      • Discussion over how it would run. Others have been national in scope as opposed to international.  Grahame suggests we don't need to have a single multi-track connectathon over two days. We could do it in a more responsive manner. Should think of it as Connectathons rather than one single event.
      • Wayne arrives 
      • Should send out solicitation to determine who needs a connectathon and their objectives
      • Determine what it looks like. Could have a zoom meeting where people come and go over a day or two. Could use central time zone. Brian Post suggests having a 24 hour connectathon. Lloyd: We could kick it off on Friday around 5 pm Eastern and end on Saturday at 5pm Eastern. Wayne: We also have to work within Sandy's limited funding. David: We also need to figure out what we're going to charge.
      • Discussion over how payment and monitoring would work. Discussion over making it free, or seek donations for Red Cross or another relevant organization. 
      • John Moehrke arrives 
        •  David Hay to reach out to the community regarding their needs for Connectathon
      • David takes over chair; Lloyd departs
    • Discussion with HTA on FHIR IGs and SNOMED
      • Carry forward
    • FAIRsharing record
      • FAIRsharing documents APIs and wanted someone to take ownership of the FHIR section. Someone should go through it and make sure it's accurate.
        •  David Haywill review the FAIRsharing record for accuracy 
    • Managing conversion maps
      • People report issues on these to committees but they don't know anything about them. Who is responsible for governance over them and maintaining them? They have a repository for current versions separate from the spec.  John: It seems like the biggest problem is where the mapping is on resources that the WG doesn't have the knowledge or ability to do the map translation. David: So the WG should say what should happen and someone else is responsible for the how. David suggests that a WG raises the issue and it gets tracked in Github for people who know how to do it to take care of.
        •  David Hay will approach Vadim and Hans about doing a training course on conversion maps and see if he can complete the work.
    • Migrating wiki content
      • Josh is working on it
  • Adjourned at 5:22 pm Eastern