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Hl7 work group meeting sept 10 16 2011 san diego ca report out introduction

VCDE WS Telecom

Sept22, 2011Brian Davis

HL7 Work Group MeetingSept. 10-16,2011, San Diego, CAReport Out - Introduction


Hl7 standards

HL7 Standards

  • See HL7 Web site for standards:

  • http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/index.cfm?ref=nav

    • Version 2 and version 3 messaging standards are most recognized, but different versions and others, eg,

      • Clinical Document Architecture

      • HL7 HER System Functional Model

    • HL7 standards in ANSI and ISO

      • HL7 ANSI Standards: http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/ansiapproved.cfm

      • HL7 ISO Standards: http://www.iso.org/iso/search.htm?qt=HL7&sort=rel&type=simple&published=on

    • HL7 standards in use by HITSP (Healthcare Information Technology Standards)

      • http://www.hl7.org/documentcenter/public_temp_ADCA1FC9-1C23-BA17-0CA06FF55A5F95A4/faq/HL7_Standard-HITSP_IS_V1090808.pdf

    • HL7 standards named in HHS (Health and Human Services) Final Rule:

      • http://www.hl7.org/implement/standards/hhsifr.cfm


Hl7 standards processes

HL7 Standards Processes

  • Standards and Ballots:

    • 4 Types of Standards in HL7

      • Comment

      • Informative

      • Draft Standard for Trial Use (DTSU, “proof of concept”)

      • Normative (meant for ANSI)

    • Ballots are tallied as “affirmative” or “negative” with comments

    • A certain percentage have to be approved, and comments addressed.

    • Voting on proposed standards occurs just before an HL7 Work Group Meeting (3 times per year)

    • Therefore, work groups usually target balloting and Work Group Meetings as deadlines for their work

    • See: http://gforge.hl7.org/gf/download/docmanfileversion/5301/6488/HL7Voting.ppt


Hl7 work groups

HL7 Work Groups

  • Work Groups established to actually do the work (develop standards)

  • 57 active groups on HL7 Web Site (reductionist approach)

  • http://www.hl7.org/Special/committees/index.cfm?ref=nav

  • But work form one group always influences work on another group

  • Work group processes:

  • Teleconferences for 4 months

  • HL7 Work group meeting

    • Address comments on ballots (standards)

    • Work out issues Face to Face

    • Sit in with other work groups to discuss overlapping issues

    • Decide work for next 4 months (and standards and Ballots)


Report outs from cabig community members

Report outs from caBIG community members

  • Dianne Reeves: Clinical Interoperability Council (CIC)

  • Sal Mungal: Cardiac Domain Analysis Model (in CIC)

  • Riki Ohira: Structured Documents and Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)

  • Russ Hamm: IHTSDO Workbench and Terminology Tooling Requirements)

  • Craig Stancl and Harold Solbrig: (CTS2 Standard)

  • Charlie Mead: Architecture Review Board (HL7 SAIF Canonical Description) (130-200)

  • Ed Helton: Regulated Clinical Research Information Management (RCRIM) (200-215)

  • Mukesh Sharma: Clinical Genomics (115-215)


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