Facilitator: Chris Johnson
Scribe: Robin Isgett@christol Green
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
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.
approved by consent. Rachel motioned Chris Second
New Proposals and PSS for review - PIE comments of interest
No new to review
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Review Agenda for May Working Group meeting
|co-chairs will meet to review|
This is a request for your HL7 comments on ONC’s Draft USCDI Version 4. A number of Work Groups have been formulating responses. We look forward to your feedback by April 6. Please send comments to email@example.com.
Official comments are due to ONC by April 17 and they will release the final USCDI v4 in July 2023. Draft USCDI Version 4 includes 20 new data elements and one new data class. Particular focus is on equity, diversity, and access to healthcare. Note, comments on the Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA) are also received on a rolling basis in addition to a late summer/early fall comment period, so if you have any feedback on the ISA at this time, you can include that as well.
Draft USCDI Version 4
Current USCDI information can be found at:
A narrative overview of changes in Draft USCDI Version 4 can be found at:
Interoperability Standards Advisory (ISA)
Full information about the ISA contents and items can be found at:
Discuss USCDI - review document to see if there are any updates from PIE member's homework
|Management - Russ||New NPRM - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' (HHS) Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) released the Health Data, Technology, and Interoperability: Certification Program Updates, Algorithm Transparency, and Information Sharing (HTI-1) Proposed Rule for public comment.|
|Completed Prior Authorization Comments|
REMINDER - Both the PIE WG Interop 3 Prior Auth and the Attachments NPRM comments have been shared with HL7 leadership.
However, we now can still add any new comments for Attachments with the extension on comment date of April 21th