IHE Domain Coordination Committee 2009-04-14 Teleconference Minutes

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  • Rick Butler - Eyecare Tech
  • Imran Chaudhri - Eyecare Tech
  • Jason Colquitt - QRPH Tech
  • Todd Cooper - PCD Tech
  • Bruce Curran - RO Plan
  • John Donnelly - PCC Plan
  • Ken Fuchs - PCD Plan
  • Mike McCoy - PCC Plan
  • Steve Merritt - PCD Plan
  • Mike Nusbaum - ITI Plan
  • Kevin O'Donnell - Rad Plan
  • Charles Parisot - ITI Plan
  • Karen Witting - ITI Tech
  • Steve Moore - MIR
  • Lisa Spellman - HIMSS
  • Chris Carr - RSNA
  • Nichole Drye-Mayo - RSNA
  • Joan McMillen - RSNA


General Committee Business

1. Roll Call see Roster

2. Approval of Minutes

  • Minutes approved unanimously

3. New Business: from Future Agenda Topics Page

4. Review Action Items List

Domain Announcements

1. Domain Milestone Dates

2. Eye Care: Profiles selected

  • Legacy Acquisition Modality Actor - addition to Eye Care Workflow Profile
  • Additional Order Information - addition to Eye Care Workflow Profile
  • Optional extension to provide full procedure instructions (compare with JJ1017 profile; communicate with Paul Seifert)
  • Department Scheduling Actor (Under Consideration - may develop the scheduling proposal as a white paper)
  • EMR (Order Placer/Filler) to display schedule from practice management system; update scheduling in practice management system
  • Other domains (eg, Radiology) have similar needs; profile proposal for Appointment Workflow in 2007
  • Domains needing scheduling functionality may present a request to IT Infrastructure to add this to their profile development work
  • A process needs to be developed to enable other domains to present their needs to ITI and collaborate on development of profiles

Domain Coordination Issues

1. R2/RE Discussion

  • Tcon scheduled for Thursday 4/16, 8:00-9:00am CT

Documentation, Websites and Public Information

1. Supplement Packaging for TI and PC

  • Urgent because we should get this resolved before we get too far in this cycle
  • Most domains publish one supplement document for each profile containing both Volume 1 and Volume 2 material
  • Eyecare and RadOnc are publishing an updated TF Volume 1 document and an updated TF Volume 2
  • This may be confusing for readers (which is the Real TF) and inconvenient for reviewers (have to handle two documents for each supplement being reviewed or trial implemented)
  • Is there a good reason to use this format?
  • None identified. Domains should use standard IHE packaging. Each supplement as single document with all volumes. Only update TF when adding Final Text.
  • Action Item: Message to domains not using standard supplement template and process of supplement publication to justify their approach

Governance Implementation

Next steps and New Actions Items

Domain Coordination Committee