ITI Planning Committee 2008/09 Webinars
This WIKI page documents 2008/09 Brief Profile proposals for the ITI Planning Domain. In total, 15 proposals have been submitted by the prescribed deadline (26Sep08, COB), and this is the group of candidate standards that we will proceed with.
Note that profile proposals will be reviewed, and combined if necessary, during Webinars to be held October 1, 2, 7 and 8. Details on each webinar can be found below.
As a reminder, we are in the first year of the implementation of IHE’s new Governance Structure and Procedures, and this has required a number of changes to membership and processes within the Domain committees. Here are a few basic rules:
- In order to participate in the ITI Planning meetings, you must first be a delegate of an approved IHE member organization. Membership is granted only to “organizations”, and each member names delegates (primary and alternate) to participate in various domain committees. So, please check the membership list to ensure your organization is a bona fide member of IHE. If not, then you can apply for membership (it’s free) using this webpage.
- Any member is entitled to send a delegate to attend a meeting. However, in order to vote, the member (organization) must have earned (and maintained) voting privileges prior to the designated meeting. The rules around voting privileges are articulated on the ihe website, but explained below in the context of the upcoming ITI Planning Committee face-to-face, as follows:
- If a member (organization) attends the one t-con immediately prior to the face-to-face meeting, they'll have voting privileges at that meeting.
- If a member attends any two consecutive t-cons prior to the face-to-face meeting, they'll have voting privileges at that meeting (assuming they haven't skipped three in a row in the meantime).
Recognizing all of this, we have established some specific procedures leading up to the October f2f meeting in Paris, so please make sure you fully comprehend and follow the instructions below, to ensure you will have the right to vote at the meeting. These are:
- Webinars have been announced for October 1, 2, 7 and 8 (see below), to allow authors to present their proposals to the ITI Planning Committee in advance of the face-to-face. These webinars will all be recorded, and we will publish the links immediately following each webinar.
- These webinars will be considered decision meetings. We will attempt to reach consensus (rather than hold a formal vote) at each webinar as to the validity of each individual proposal, including whether it makes sense to request proposal authors to combine initiatives where overlaps exist. No proposals will be rejected at this stage, only aligned with one another, and only where appropriate.
- In order to ensure voting privileges at the face-to-face meeting in Paris, we will require each member (organization) to attend a minimum of 2 (out of the 4) webinars that precede the Paris meeting. We will be taking very careful attendance at each webinar to ensure a fair execution of this process. Please ensure you clearly understand this requirement.
Each webinar will be organized as follows (this will vary slightly depending upon how many proposals we will be reviewing:
- The two hour time allocation will be divided into 6x15-minute time-slots, with the remaining 30 minutes for introductory remarks and follow-up discussion.
- Each 15-minute timeslot will be allocated to a profile proposal… the first 10 minutes will be taken up by a presentation by the proposal author, with the remaining 5 minutes reserved for discussion and any disposition (if required). In order to maintain equity across all presenters, we will manage this time rigorously!!!
- Each 10-minute presentation will be comprised of a maximum of 5 Powerpoint slides, presenting the proposal concisely and completely. We have taken the liberty of supplying a presentation template that you may choose to use, and this can be found in the following folder on the IHE ftp site.
Webinar #1 AGENDA
|1-Oct-08||10:00-noon CDT||Click to play|
|ITI 1.0||FTP Link||KassnerA; CaumannsJ||Identification Protection Token (PAT)||10:10-10:25||The authors will seek clarity on this proposal using the ITI Planning GoogleGroup. Discussion will be scheduled for Webinar #4 to consider potential overlaps between this proposal and ITI 14.0 (presented in Webinar #3). Link to presentation|
|ITI 2.0||FTP Link||WittingK||Cross-Community Patient Identification (XCPI)||10:25-10:40||Link to presentation|
|ITI 4.0||FTP Link||KassnerA; CaumannsJ||Federated Service White Pages (FSWP)||10:40-10:55||Authors agred to clarify boundaries between FSWP and FOR Profile Proposals, and revise each proposal accordingly. Link to presentation|
|ITI 6.0||FTP Link||KassnerA; CaumannsJ||Federated Organisation Registry (FOR)||11:10-11:25||Authors agred to clarify boundaries between FSWP and FOR Profile Proposals, and revise each proposal accordingly. Link to presentation|
Webinar #2 AGENDA
|2-Oct-08||10:00-noon CDT||Click to play|
|ITI 12.0||FTP Link||KirnakA; NatoliJ; OrlovaA||Service-Aware PIX and PDQ||10:10-10:25||Link to presentation|
|ITI 8.0||FTP Link||PaytchevV||Cross-enterprise Document Query (XDQ)||10:25-10:40||Link to presentation|
|ITI 9.0||Wiki Link||PeychevV||ITI Publish/Subscribe Infrastructure||10:40-10:55||Link to presentation|
|ITI 10.0||FTP Link||OemigF||XDS Document Linkng||10:55-11:10||Link to presentation|
|ITI 11.0||FTP Link||KassnerA; CaumannsJ||XDS-P2P||11:10-11:25||Discussion will be scheduled for Webinar #4 to consider potential overlaps between this proposal and ITI6.0/ITI8.0. Link to presentation|
|ITI 7.0||FTP Link||KirnakA; NatoliJ; OrlovaA||XDS.c||11:25-11:40||Link to presentation|
Webinar #3 AGENDA
|7-Oct-08||10:00-noon CDT||Click to play|
|ITI 13.0||FTP Link||KirnakA; NatoliJ; OrlovaA||Decision Support Service||10:10-10:25||Additional information to be supplied expanding on use cases reflecting the content supported by the proposed decision support service. In addition, links will be provided articulating architectural perspective. Link to presentation|
|ITI 14.0||FTP Link||EstelrichA||Use of Pseudonymisation and De-Identification in IHE Profiles||10:25-10:40||Link to presentation|
|ITI 15.0||FTP Link||EstelrichA||XDS Stored Query – Multi-patient Queries||10:40-10:55||Link to presentation|
|ITI 3.0||Wiki Link||O'DonnellK; NagyP||Critical and Important Results (Findings Notification and Logging)||10:55-11:10||Link to presentation|
Webinar #4 AGENDA
|8-Oct-08||10:00-noon CDT||Click to play|
|ITI1.0/ITI14.0||ITI Planning Committee||Discussion on ITI 1.0 (IPT), TI2.0 (XCPI) and ITI 14.0 (Pseudonymisation)to consider potential overlaps.||10:10-10:25||Resolved that IPT will be included as part of the Pseudonymisation White Paper. Joerg and Ana to re-draft White Paper brief proposal document to accommodate combination and to note overlaps with XCPI profile proposal (to go forward as is). IPT Update IPT/PAT/QRPH Discussion|
|ITI11.0/ITI6.0/ITI8.0||ITI Planning Committee||Discussion on ITI11.0 (XDS-P2P), ITI6.0 (FOR) and ITI8.0 (XDQ) to consider potential overlaps.||10:25-10:40||The authors responded to previous webinar questions on P2P, and agreed to re-submit as a white paper proposal concentrating on Use Case #2 (multiple records for different purposes). Also, it was agreed to combine FOR & FSWP proposals, but as a profile proposal rather than a white paper. Consideration to previous ITI work on Configuration (Rob Horn) will be included. Brief proposals to be resubmitted as ammended. XDS-P2P Response to Questions FOR-FSWP Combining discussion|
|ITI13.0||ITI Planning Committee||Discussion on ITI13.0 Decision Support Service - consideration of comments from PCC Planning.||10:40-10:55||Members of the PCC Planning Committee joined to discuss proposals being considered around Decision Support. The authors reiterated that the ITI proposal was to look at SOA, therefore solely related to infrastructure (along with 2 other proposals), and as such, it was agreed to leave the profile proposal as-is. The authors agreed to propose profiling (1) interface and (2) payload, but to scope out (3) rules at this stage. Alignment with initiatives in PCC, Lab and QRPH will be ensured. Brief proposal to be resubmitted as ammended.|
ITI Planning Committee f2f - 16-17Oct08 AGENDA
THURSDAY - DAY 1
|LUNCH||noon - 1:00pm Paris time (5:00-6:00am CT) - meet at the meeting room, then we'll procede to the restaurant as a group.
|1.||Welcome 1:00 - 1:30pm Paris time (6:00-6:30am CT)|
|2.||Organization of Work 1:30-2:30pm Paris time (6:30-7:30am CT)|
|3.||Advocacy - authors & representatives make a case for each proposal 2:30 - 3:30pm Paris time (7:30-8:30am CT)|
|BREAK||3:30 - 4:00pm Paris time (8:30-9:00am CT)|
|4.||Advocacy (continued) 4:00 - 7:30pm Paris time (9:00am -12:30pm CT)|
|5.||Wrap-up of the day 7:30 - 8:00pm Paris time (12:30-1:00pm CT)|
|ADJOURN||8:00pm Paris time (1:00pm CT)|
FRIDAY - DAY 2
|1.||Welcome, review of the day's plan 10:00 - 10:30am Paris time (3:00-3:30am CT)|
|2.||Discussion and decision on which items go forward 10:30am - 1:00pm Paris time (3:30-6:00am CT)|
including consideration of
|LUNCH||1:00 - 2:00pm Paris time (6:00-7:00am CT)
|3.||Discussion and decision on which items go forward 2:00-4:30pm Paris time (7:00-9:30am CT)|
|BREAK||4:30 - 5:00pm Paris time (9:30-10:00am CT)|
|4.||Update of ITI Roadmap reflecting new work item decisions 5:00 - 6:00pm Paris time (10:00-11:00am CT)|
|5.||Next Steps 6:00 - 6:45pm Paris time (11:00am -11:45pm CT)|
|6.||Wrap-up 6:45 - 7:00pm Paris time (11:45-noon CT)|
|ADJOURN||7:00pm Paris time (noon CT)|
ITI Planning Paris f2f Meeting Results
On October 16-17, 2008, we held a very successful 2-day Planning Committee meeting in Paris, France. The turnout was better than expected, and all IHE deployment regions (Asia-Oceana, North America, Europe) were represented. We even had a number of call-in members from the US who amazingly managed to stay up all night in order to participate… now that’s commitment!!! Manuel Metz and the team from GIP-DMP were incredible hosts, and on behalf of all participants, we thank our newest domain sponsor for accommodating us in such grand style. The bar has, indeed, been raised to new heights!!!
In total we had 15 proposals submitted for consideration, each one very well researched and presented at pre-meeting webinars. We undertook a process of review and consolidation going into the meeting, and our subsequent deliberations further flushed out those proposals that were felt to be of highest priority. We thank all authors for their excellent efforts… the choices were incredibly difficult due to the high quality of the proposals submitted. It is unfortunate that we were only able to select a few of them… limited only by the capacity of our domain to undertake work over the next 12 months.
Mike Nusbaum and Charles Parisot (co-Chairs) are pleased to announce that 5 profile proposals and 2 white paper proposals were accepted by the Planning Committee to go forward to the next step in the process. These are outlined in the table below. Congratulations to the authors who were successful in having their profiles selected.
|Priority||Proposal Title||Principal Author|
|1||ITI Publish/Subscribe Infrastructure||Peytchev, V.|
|2||Cross-Community Patient Identification (XCPI)||Witting, K.|
|3||Use of Pseudonymisation, de-Identification and Identification Protection Token in IHE (White Paper)||Estelrich, A.|
|4||Expanded SOA (White Paper)||Kirnak, A.; Natoli, J.; Orlova, A.|
|6||Federated Service White Pages (FSWP)/Organisation Registry (FOR)||Kassner, A.; Caumanns, J.|
|7||Multi-Stored Query - Multi-Patient Queries||Estelrich, A.|
The Technical Committees meet jointly face-to-face on November 18th and 19th (in Chicago) to evaluate the selection of the proposals that will ultimately become the work plan for the 2009/10 development cycle. Details of the meeting can be found here. The ITI Planning and ITI Technical Committee will jointly hold a t-con on December 17th to make the final decision for the 2009/2010 development cycle to be carried by the ITI Technical Committee in 2009.
Thanks to all who participated in this truly international process. We look forward to a very productive year ahead of us in ITI.