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Jean Duteau Duteau Design
John Hatem (chair)Independent Consultantx
Jose Costa Teixeira PATHx
Melva PetersJenaker Consultingx
Scott Robertson (scribe)Kaiser Permanentex

Danielle BancroftBest Practice Software
Christof GessnerHL7 Germany
Corey SpearsMITRE
Dave HillMITRE
Frank McKinneyPOCPx
Isaac VetterEpic
Smile Digital Health
Lawrence LoColumbia University HIT Student
Margaret WeikerNCPDP
Matt SzczepankiewiczEpic
Peter SergentHL7 New Zealandx
Reed D. GelzerTrustworthy EHR
Shelly SpiroPharmacy HIT Collaborative
Stephen ChuADHAx
Tim McNeilSurescriptsx
Kim RobertsPharmacy HIT Collaborative
Phung Matthews3M
Jack BrashierEpic
Emmanuel Obasuyi

Joel MontavonPQA
Robb YoungPharmID
Christopher Isong

Gary SchoettmerNetRx
Courtney BlandCVS / Aetna
Mark NeumuthAetna
Ed MillikanFDA
Sanket RavalCVS / Aetna
James Tcheng

Peter Muir

Joe KellySurescriptsx
Peter Jordan

Giorgio CangioliHL7 Italy
Jeff ShickUSP
Kent BulzaArtera
Sarah Danielson

Agenda Items and Notes

Outstanding Action Item List

Meeting Notes from the previous meeting

Project Proposals

Project Proposals in Review

PSS-2170 - Getting issue details... STATUS - School Based Physical Fitness Testing Domain Analysis Model

  • Pharmacy discussed and determined there was no requirement to be involved.

Project Scope Statements

Project Scope Statements - None to review

May WGM Draft Agenda Review

  • - no discussion

External Meeting Review

  • - no discussion

Catalog Updates (John Hatem)

  • - No meeting last week

Workflow Update (John Hatem)

  •   - no meeting

Healthcare Product Update (John Hatem)

  • - no update

EHR conformant reconciled medication list (cRML) (Scott Robertson / John Hatem / Jimmy Tcheng)

  • - Jimmy and Reed reviewed the current draft documents for the project and John Hatem is reviewing offline and will provide feedback to Jimmy by March 10. 
    • An overview by Superori vendor representative discussed a general approach to how they might work with FHIR and other HL7 standards in this project. 
    • Will be important for Pharmacy to be a co-sponsor for this project
    • EHR has not completed the project scope statement for the new project

Project updates

Pharmacy Templates

  • - Melva to reach out to Giorgio
    • Will need a publication request

Trackers - Pharmacy Tracker Dashboard (see trackers for details / resolutions)

Status state diagram review 

  • John reviewed the mapping between Med dispense status and BDP dispense status.  Suggestion was to send this to the list serve for input. 
    • review of mapping document.  
      • "ready for pickup" (in pharmacy) compares to "allocated" in BDP.
        • BDP "allocated" description is "ready for transport"   
      • "returned" - we don't have it, do we need it (returned after picked up).  usually these are wasted ... but can be reused in some cases. 
        • as opposed to "return to stock," which was "ready for pickup" and not received by patient.
      • pharmacy "completed" - BDP says "issued"
      • pharmacy "stopped" ("failed") - BDP uses "unfulfilled".
      • pharmacy "declined" ("not-done) - maybe BDP "returned" ("abandoned")
    • - no further work has been done

Timing questions (Jose)


NCPDP Updates (NCPDP Members)

- none

Pharmacist Consult Note (Scott)

  • - publication request has been submitted
    • needs minor clarifications as requested by TSC

Specialty Medication Enrolment IG

Any Other Business

  • Email from Floyd - pharmacy SIG questions
  • IHE work items (Jose)
    • IHE Pharmacy met - a couple of work items
      • produce profiles for prescription in FHIR - these would be IHE profiles
    • Unicom - identification of medications cross borders
      • querying of product based information
      • use of product information - either medication knowledge or medication definition
    • Medication Overview - medication lists in IHE

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