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Approve Meeting Minutes: 2020-09-01 Security WG Agenda/Minutes
Motion to Approve Meeting minutes as written
Vote - Approve/Abstain/Oppose : approved by consensus
|Minutes Approval||Approve WGM Minutes: 202009 September Virtual Security WGM|
Motion to Approve Virtual WGM minutes as written
Moved/Second: Beth / Suzanne
Vote - 6-0-0 : No objections or Abstains. Minutes approved
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|Discussed new zoom policy. Security Cochairs will regenerate the meeting link with an embedded password to avoid the waiting room.|
|Learning Health System|
Report out on LHS WG joint with CBCP to discuss new Care Team DAM, consent, care team configurations, access control and security labeling.
LHS had some questions on Access Control/Role-based access control. Suzanne Gonzales-Webbsent information to Claude Nanjo to assist. LHS will be completing their use cases in order to determine the touchpoints between care team to both privacy and to security and report back.
Report out on 2020-10-05 FHIR-Security Meeting Agenda
Review FAST Exchange Metadata Using RESTful Headers project proposal to determine whether Security WG should sponsor, co-sponsor, or be an interested party.
Bob Dieterle discussed the PDex decision to use Provenance.entity vs an extension on Provenance.target to convey the type of source entity based on outcome at the Connectathon.
Reviewed by attendees - no response to whether or not the Security WG would support as a sponsor/co-sponsor or interested party.
|Privacy & Security Logical (information) Model |
Information model update: The new information model will consolidate and harmonize security models across HL7 standards (Access Control, Audit, TF4FA etc.) and (incomplete) updates from FHIM (Consolidated unresolved models). Also included are direct mappings to Access Control, Audit and Authentication (e.g. Class models) mapped to Access Control services.
TSC PSS approval before August 23, 2020
Jan Ballot NIB due Nov. 1
Mike's update: Walked through updated model overview and the integrated 10191 diagrams.
FHIR DS4P IG
Review and approve FHIR DS4P IG Out-of-cycle ballot request for 10/20 opening date.
Carmela A. Couderc block - continue review
Review Reconciliation Spreadsheets and JIRA Ballot Recon
Missed approval of Reconciliation prior to July 5th Sept NIB due date Security WG Admin
Quorum met - 107 voters, FHIR DS4P IG Ballot Passed
Negatives - missing definitions, which is the result of tooling errors we need to fix, and a general misunderstanding that the FHIR DS4P IG is the basis for profiles for policy specific security label IGs much like the CDA DS4P IG is. Only the profiles are implementable.
If you have any questions about these dates or the process, you can check out the FHIR IG Process Flow on Confluence
Reconciliation of EPIC comments worked on during the WGM.
|Cross-Paradigm US Regulatory Security Labeling IG|
New CUI Notice 2020-06 RE CUI Marking Waivers with e.g., splash screens, seems to be limited to internal CUI use.
FHIR US Regulatory Security Labels Continuous Build - No update in the build
GitHub repo for the source material:https://github.com/HL7/us-security-label-regs
John and Mohammad are committers.
US Regulatory Security Label examples were included in the FHIR DS4P IG. These will be the starter set for the FHIR US Regulatory Security Label IG
Kathleen discussed possible interoperability implications of CUI Notice.
Share with Protections White Paper Project
Started Ballot Reconciliation at WGM.
Normative ANSI Standards approaching expiration
HL7 Version 3 Standard: Healthcare (Security and Privacy) Access Control Catalog, Release 3
CARIN Blue Button Report Out
HL7 Policy Advisory Committee (PAC)
August 26, 2020 – The eHealth Initiative & Foundation (eHI) and the Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) released A Draft Consumer Privacy Framework for Health Data. The Framework includes a description of the health data that warrant protection, as well as the standards and rules that should govern them. The Framework also includes a self-regulatory model that would hold companies accountable to these standards and rules. The work is the first output of a collaborative effort addressing gaps in legal protections for consumer health data outside of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act’s (HIPAA) coverage. The collaboration was funded through a grant by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The public is invited to review the draft framework and offer constructive feedback by Friday, September 25, 2020 in the form below.
HL7 FHIR Consent and Security Labeling would be useful for implementing this framework. Submitted to PAC for consideration.
CARIN Code of Conduct 2020 - Another Consumer Privacy Protection Framework
PAC meets Wednesday to discuss HL7 comments to the Privacy Framework.
|Notes from CHAT|
Requesting review provide comment / recommend participants review the information (links below)
Scopes for data access - https://chat.fhir.org/login/#narrow/stream/179175-argonaut/topic/Scopes.20for.20data.20access
Confluence and JIRA Tutorials
No additional agenda items brought forward
Meeting adjourned at 1539 Arizona time
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|Amol Vyas email@example.com||Cambia Health|
|Celine Lefebvre Celine.Lefebvre@ama-assn.org||AMA|
|Clara Y. Ren firstname.lastname@example.org||Federal Electronic Health Records Modernization (FEHRM) Office|
Chris Shawn, Co-Chair
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|@Heather McComas firstname.lastname@example.org||AMA|
|Jeff Helman||AEGIS for SSA|
|Federal Electronic Health Records Modernization (FEHRM) Office|
John Davis (Mike)
John Moehrke Co-Chair
|Julie Chan email@example.com||CWGlobal|
Kathleen Connor Co-Chair
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|Laura Hoffman email@example.com||AMA|
|Matthew Reid firstname.lastname@example.org||AMA|
|VA (Book Zurman)|
|Patient Centric Solutions|
@Ricky Sahu, @1up.health
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|Saul Kravitz firstname.lastname@example.org||MITRE|
|Stephen MacVicar email@example.com||MITRE|
|VA (Book Zurman)|
Terrence Cunningham 'Terry'
Patricia A.H. Williams aka Trish
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