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- DRAFT -

FHIR/RDF

04 Feb 2020

Attendees


Present: Harold_Solbrig, David_Booth_(remote), Brian_Pech

Regrets

Chair - Brian Pech

Scribe - dbooth


Contents


Minutes approval


David made a motion to approve all 16 outstanding minutes from Jan 15, 2019 through Jan 16, 2020.
<inserted> List of minutes: https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2020Feb/att-0001/minutes.html
Harold seconded.
Approved: 2/0/0.

Update on JSON-LD 1.1 for FHIR/RDF


harold: Currently we have python and other implementations that will convert FHIR from JSON to RDF.
... But we've been exploring an easier way to do it using the latest JSON-LD 1.1 revision.
Harold's slides     https://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/www-archive/2020Feb/att-0002/Intro_fhir_jsonld.pdf
harold: We made a JS playground for playing with converting FHIR/JSON to FHIR/RDF, by forking the JSON-LD Playground and adding to it: https://fhircat.org/jsonld/playground/
(slide 5)
harold: Our next step is to propose a revision to the RDF to make it easier to use. We're calling that R5.
... There's a python implementation to convert FHIR/JSON to FHIR/RDF using JSON-LD 1.1. And you can also try it in our playground.
... links on the slides are to working playground examples.
... One of the big uses of FHIR/RDF is translational community that joins clinical with environmental info. Another is drug path, prescriptions and diagnoses to chemicals and mechanism of action.
david: There seems to be more interest in FHIR/RDF from outside of HL7 than inside!
harold: on our Jan 16 FHIR/RDF teleconference we had 24 people on the call!
ADJOURNED

Summary of Action Items

Summary of Resolutions


[End of minutes]


Minutes manually created (not a transcript), formatted by David Booth's scribe.perl version 1.154 (CVS log)


$Date: 2020/02/05 03:32:14 $



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