Pharm Tech Minutes 2016.04.28

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Meeting details

Participants:

  • Stephane Spahni
  • Michael Tan
  • Simon Letellier
  • Marc Robberecht
  • Leonidas Tzimis
  • Jignesh Patel
  • Angela Merzweiler


Access code: 955 522 000

Agenda

CP discussion

Results: CPs have been approved for next ballot. Stephane will be discussing with Juergen to see if there is a potential overlap or conflict with existing implementations.

Upcoming meetings

  • ISO meeting in Amsterdam
  • IHE F2F in Vienna - no news, everything seems ready.
  • eHealth week: not IHE Pharmacy specific, Patient Summary will be a topic.


IHE International 2016 Educational Webinar Series

Logistics Form

Needs to be completed by May 2. Leonidas can send it now, and the real content of the webinar will be discussed in Vienna.


Status of work items

  • General schedule of Tech calls:
    • It is hard to attend meeting and progress is not as fast as desirable.
    • Approach used in FHIR could improve the speed.
    • Michael is willing for frequent technical calls if they are on Administration on FHIR.
    • Starting after ISO week in Amsterdam? Supply first, and then Michael joins for the Admin. Times for doodle will be 12-13, 13-14, 16-17, 17-18, 18-19.


  • Supply
    • Work on Volume 1 started (see presentation
    • Work by dutch GS1 colleagues (See document)
    • FMD short paper: Pending group's review approval. It's time to publish, since it is only informative.

Leonidas informs of an issue of FMD: there are three approved vendors for piloting the FMD Hub. There is an issue with ownership of the data. Is it the producer of the data (i.e. the hub / aggregator vendors) and Hospitals believe the hospital is the owner. Jose will launch this topic in the Supply mailing list to see if it should be included in the short paper.


  • FHIR

We will start with the common use case transactions: Medication administriaotn instructions and report.


openMedicine

  • Overlap / interest with white paper for Medication Documentation / Formulary?

IHE sees interest in the input from openMedicine in these topics.