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HL7 Meeting - Toronto 1999. Report of the International Facilitator to PAFM Klaus Veil Sydney, Australia. Background Information. Function created at HL7 Plenary Meeting in San Diego, 1998. Objectives: Ensure international requirements are included in V2.x and V3.

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Hl7 meeting toronto 1999
HL7 Meeting - Toronto 1999

Report of the

International Facilitator

to PAFM

Klaus Veil

Sydney, Australia

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Background information
Background Information

  • Function created at HL7 Plenary Meeting in San Diego, 1998.

  • Objectives:

    • Ensure international requirements are included in V2.x and V3.

    • Ensure that HL7 Standards Documents are internationally understood.

    • Long term: make HL7 globally applicable.

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Work done so far 1
Work Done so far - 1

  • Initial focus on V2.3.2.

  • Proposal to PAFM on “Internationalisation of Terms” at San Diego Meeting, 1998 has been incorporated into V2.3.2 Draft:

    • "ERISA", "John Doe", etc.

    • “Winter Meeting” vs “Summer Meeting”?

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Work done so far 2
Work Done so far - 2

  • PAFM Naming Work Group

    • Brief: To modify the V2.3.2 person data types to accommodate international requirements.

    • Moderator: K. Veil

    • Participants: Holland, USA, Australia

    • Monitored & endorsed by: Germany, Finland, Canada.

    • 3 joint teleconferences with V3 Datatypes group (G. Schadow).

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Work done so far 3
Work Done so far - 3

PAFM Naming Work Group, cont…

  • 5 further teleconferences focussed on proposal to PAFM Meeting in Toronto.

  • Closure achieved on all issues.

  • All enhancements are backward compatible.

  • All meeting notes were published at:

    http://OurWorld.CompuServe.com/Homepages/KVeil/Names.htm

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Work done so far 4
Work Done so far - 4

PAFM Naming Work Group, cont…

  • Proposal:

    • Expand "Middle name or initial" to allow multiple middle names.

    • To accommodate composite names the subcompo-nents "Family name from partner/spouse" and "Family name prefix from partner/spouse" were added. The "P" name type was obsoleted.

    • A "name context" subcomponent was added to allow the capture of the context in which a name type is used

HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


Work done so far 5
Work Done so far - 5

PAFM Naming Work Group, cont…

  • A new name type "Nick Name/Call-me Name/Street Name" to HL7 Table 200; code is "N".

  • The above proposal changes XPN to:

    <family name (ST)> & <family name prefix (ST)> & <family name from partner/spouse> (ST)> & <family name prefix from partner/spouse (ST)> ^ <given name (ST)> ^ <second and further given names or initials thereof (ST)> ^ <suffix (e.g., JR or III) (ST)> ^ <prefix (e.g., DR) (ST)> ^ <degree (e.g., MD) (IS)> ^ <name type code (ID) > ^ <name representation code (ID) ^ name context (CE)

  • HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


    Further work to be done
    Further Work to be done

    • Approve expanded XPN data type in PAFM TC.

    • Ensure V2.3.2 international enhancements are transferred to V3.

    • Harmonise the existing national HL7 variants.

    HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


    Thank You!

    HL7 Int. Comm. Meeting - Toronto 1999


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