Facilitator: Christol Green
Scribe: Robin Isgett
|Rachel E. Foerster|
Professional Associations, such as HL7, which bring together competing entities are subject to strict
scrutiny under applicable antitrust laws. HL7 recognizes that the antitrust laws were enacted to promote
fairness in competition and, as such, supports laws against monopoly and restraints of trade and their
enforcement. Each individual participating in HL7 meetings and conferences, regardless of venue, is
responsible for knowing the contents of and adhering to the HL7 Antitrust Policy as stated in §05.01 of
the Governance and Operations Manual (GOM).
Meeting Minutes from Discussion
|Management||HL7 PIE WG meetings need to be rescheduled||start date 1/24/2022|
HL7 ANSI Anti-Trust Policy
HL7 adheres to the ANSI Anti-Trust policy. We should avoid sharing any information on this call that could be interpreted as anti-competitive. If there are topics that you don’t normally speak about in other public settings, such as conferences or trade shows, then it’s probably best to save those topics for another time as this is a public call. If you have any questions you can refer to the GOM section 05.01 or consult your companies legal division.
Minutes Approval - Dec 20, 2022
New Proposals and PSS for review - PIE comments or interest
|Craig Newman||HELIOS Bulk Data review Jira-2138|
HL7 Update COVID Policy
January 2023 Working Group Meeting and FHIR Connectathon Guidelines
The HL7 meeting policies are predicated on our wish to provide a safe environment for all of our attendees and staff.
After reviewing the most current evidence provided by public health and safety experts, the HL7 International Board of Directors has determined that the January WGM and FHIR Connectathon can be the most productive, interactive and safest events possible by enacting the following policy:
By registering for this event, you acknowledge that you read and agree with the related COVID Policy. HL7 International is not responsible for any participants' travel related expenses such as airline or hotel cancellation fees should they cancel or if HL7 International is required to cancel. By attending an HL7 International event, you assume responsibility for the risk of injury or sickness and the related results of such an occurrence. You assume and accept these risks and release and waive HL7 International, its officers, employees, agents and contractors for any and all claims, suits and causes of action arising out of or related to any injury, sickness, infection and other related results.
January Ballot cycle closes 1/11/2023 -vote now
2023 Calendar of events
HL7 FHIR Connectathon, Jan. 14-15, 2023, Hilton Hotel Lake, Las Vegas Resort and Spa, Henderson, Nevada
HL7 Working Group Meeting, Jan. 16-20, 2023, Hilton Hotel Lake, Las Vegas Resort and Spa, Henderson, Nevada
Review Agenda https://www.hl7.org/events/
NCVHS Sub-Committee hearing, Washington DC - testimony will be presented
1/18/2023 X12 8020 proposed rules
1/19/2023 CAQH CORE proposed rules
X12 January 22 – Feb 1st – Westminster CO
VIVE - March 26 - 29, 2023, Nashville TN https://www.viveevent.com/
40th National HIPAA Summit - Virtual March 7-10, 2023 www.HIPAASummit.com
HIMSS23, April 17-21, 2023, Chicago IL https://www.himss.org/global-conference
HL7 Connectathon and WGM
NCPDP 2023 Annual Technology & Business Conference, May 8 - 10, 2023, Scottsdale, Arizona, https://ncpdp.org/ac/call-for-proposals-info.aspx
HL7 Connectathon- who is attending and which tracks
HL7 PIE WGM Agenda review
Mark - Payer to Payer, Bulk FHIR, Patient Access API looking for testers.
Christol - CDex, Carin ID Card
Advancing Interoperability and Improving Prior Authorization NPRM
Discussion Guide review
No additional comments.
|Management||Next week call is cancelled due to HL7 WGM in Henderson NV - Hope to see you there|
|Adjournment||Adjourned at 3:30 PM EST|