PCD Connectathon&Showcase 2009-02-11 Webex
PCD Connectathon & Showcase Regularly Scheduled Meeting
- from February 4, 2009
Due Dates and Item:
- Open Date: Monitor PCD Connectathon registrations periodically.
- Feb. 11: (All) Consider a more effective way to communicate the IHE/PCD message, with fewer presentations. The Task Force will meet Friday.
- Determine which systems provide comparable information within the storyline, even if they are unique in other ways.
- (All) Provide material for the Scenario (outline or brief description), consistent with the overarching message (e.g., patient safety. Note that Ray presented the stakeholder survey which showed
- Survey Slide #17, "Improved Patient Care and Safety" was by far the greatest "incentives for IHE integration"; #2 was "Long term cost reduction"; #3 was improved workflow
- Workshop discussion suggested we focus on these, with 5 rights, remote alarm communication among the specifics
- Feb. 11: (Manny) Define data for preload, registration feed for visitors. Consider eliminating printers.
- Feb. 11: (Manny) Address GE's concerns about staffing their Enterprise system.
- Feb. 11: (Manny) Update on ADT/patient-visitor id and association with systems. Need to resolve the bar code unnecessary characters to make this workable. Registration system will be solely for the Showcase, with 300-500 visitors.
- ADT: Bill Klaver for Virtual Connectathon; John Donnelly, and Steve Moore for Connectathon and Showcase. A04 will work this year
- Feb. 11: (Manny) Final decision on printers.
- Feb. 11: (John Garguilo) Updates on how RTM will be tested - likely after the Connectathon.
- (Pump Vendors, Enterprise Systems) Vendors will provide their own approach to bar coding for drugs, infusions, patients and caregivers.
- Feb. 11: (All) Confirm structure diagrams and utilities - hard deadline for PCD before the Connectathon.
- Feb. 11: (Todd) Define contents of fourth wall, provision of monitors, laptops, keyboards, mice.
- Feb. 11: (Manny) Set PCD Docent training WebEx / on site (and run through at Connectathon)
- Feb. 11: (All) Webex run through of draft Scenario
- Feb. 11: (Ken) Update block diagram - in process.
- Feb. 11: Steve Moore needs MAC addresses
- Feb. 11 - Feb. 6: Virtual Connectathon (tentative deadline for completion; partners may test anytime before this)
- Feb. 18: Change proposal to PIB for ADT in PIB option.
- Action Items
- Issues and questions about:
- Monroe experienced a time out problem with the MWB.
- HL7 coding
- - EUI-64
- Kudu, Connectathon, Showcase
- Any discrepancies on tests
- Connectathon Planning
- Status report on tests for Connectathon
- - Wiki page is available for recording Virtual Connectathon results
- - Can you test with two patients' data (e.g., two beds, two ARs or one AR with two patients)?
- NIST validation of RTM
- Showcase Planning
- Scenario update
- System Assignments - identifying your partners,
- - Tours - rethinking the concepts
- Showcase Internet connections
- Showcase Virtual Connectathon and Rehearsal at the Connectathon
- Monitoring progress, issues through the rest of the process
- - Risk Assessment
- -Wiki page for Scripts
- Showcase Structure
- - Drawings, only minor changes are required
- - Utilities (electric, network)
- - Physical requirements (size, mounts if larger, etc)
- - Logos -
- - Signs thanking supporters
- Steve's new list: http://ihewiki.wustl.edu/wiki/index.php/North_America_2009
Rita Brahmbhatt, Brett Cohen, Todd Cooper, Robert Cuyugan, Bikram Day, Al Engelbert, Robert Flanders, Brian Fors, Colin FX Gartska, John Garguilo, Chad Hays, Brad Lunde, Monroe Pattillo, Jeff Rinda, Manny Furst
Review of Meeting Notes: Corrections should be made to the Wiki; significant issues placed on agenda of the next meeting
Item Topic Discussion 1 Introductions & Agenda Review
- Added: Monroe experienced a time out problem with the MWB.
2 Action Items
Those discussed and due Feb. 11 were:
- Revised approach to the scenario and story line - the Task Force meets again after the weekly meeting next week and a "reading" of the script will be scheduled for Friday the 20th.
- The Showcase registration process holds promise because the number is expected to be in the range of 300-500 people. PCD participants using PAM can accommodate this number. There may be an issue with the bar code (extraneous characters) that may require PCD to develop a contingency plan. No printers will be required.
- GE's concerns about staffing - closed.
- NIST support of PCD profile validation - may take place after the Connectathon.
- PCD structure at Showcase - Manny will discuss with Elli this week.
- New Directions wall - planning has begun.
- PCD Docent training - will begin after Connectathon run through.
- Showcase block diagram - has been distributed to PCD members for review. Will be used in recruiting at the Connectathon and helpful to participants in advance of the Showcase.
- MAC Addresses - those who haven't communicated them to Steve Moore need to do so.
- Virtual Connectathon - members were asked to speak out if they had any difficulty. No significant issues were raise.
- Change proposal for PIB ADT - no one could remember what this refers to.
Items with other dates:
Those closed were:
- Focus on printers.
- Narrow the focus on the Scenario to the Task Force effort.
- GE's concerns about staffing.
- Bar codes for pumps.
- Structure electrical, networking.
- As above.
3 Issues and Questions
- Monroe experienced a time out problem with the MWB - a time out inconsistent with the log. He contacted Peter Rontey.
4 Connectathon Planning
- Status report on tests for Connectathon
- - Kudu will contain two parts for each test: a descriptive section and a series of detailed steps. The steps and descriptions have been distributed for DEC and PIV. The steps have been distributed for ACM. A common approach to patient demographics for all profile tests, and tables for PIV tests have been defined and distributed. Descriptions for ACM will be distributed Monday. PIV met and reviewed the tests in detail and changes will be made and then these will be posted to Kudu.
- Participants can test with two patients' devices and data (e.g., two pumps, two beds, two ARs or one AR with two patients)
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