Rad Plan Minutes 2016-09-29

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Attendees

  • Roster
  • Alex Goel, CCO
  • Alicia Vasquez, California Medical Business
  • Antje Schroeder, Siemens
  • Cezary Klimczak, Leafsprout
  • Chris Carr, RSNA
  • Chris Roth, Duke Dept of Radiology
  • Cynthia McCollough, PhD, AAPM
  • David Koff, MD, Co-Chair, MIIRCAM
  • David Kwan, CCO
  • David Mendelson, MD, RSNA
  • Elliot Silver, McKesson
  • Hamid Neshat, Agfa
  • Jamie Kontos, RSNA
  • Jeffrey Sunshine, MD, University Hospitals of Cleveland/CWRU - Radiology
  • Kevin O'Donnell, Toshiba
  • Kinson Ho, McKesson
  • Lynn Felhofer, TPM
  • Marc Kaemmerer, VISUS
  • Mike Bohl, Co-Chair, Radiology Group PC SC
  • Nichole Drye-Mayo, RSNA
  • R. Kent Hutson, MD, CPE, RBMA
  • Ravindran (Rady) Padmanabhan, Innowave
  • Steve Langer, SIIM
  • Teri Sippel Schmidt, Karos
  • Tessa Cook, MD, PhD, UPENN Dept of Radiology
  • Thomas Pickard, ImageMoverMD
  • Timothy Stick, PhD, AAPM
  • Wim Corbijn, Philips

Minutes

1.) Call to order and Welcome - Mike Bohl, IHE Rad PC Co-Chair (5 minutes)

Introduce David Koff, MD, new IHE Rad PC Co-Chair (5 min)

2.) Finalize attendance - Nichole (5 min)
3.) Very brief reminder -Profile Voting Process - Mike Bohl, IHE Rad PC Co-Chair (5 min)
4.) Review Technical Committee Estimate of: (5 min each overview)
5.) Review each Brief Proposals: (5 min presentation followed by 5 min Q&A each profile; total 10 min each proposal)
6.) Online Vote

The two highest scoring profiles, Enterprise Scanner Protocol Management and Critical Findings were well within the available work effort, and took us to 80% of the 105% limit. This now brought us to the next profile – Encounter Based Imaging with an estimated work effort of 45%. After much discussion, the Planning and Technical Committee Co-chairs determined that this profile’s scope as a whole was simply too large for this development cycle. As a result, the Co-chairs determined it could not be accepted as the third profile – it would either not be completed within the required one year, negatively impact the other approved profiles, and/or both.

With that decision, the committee Co-chairs discussed the next highest scoring profile – Standardized Operational Log of Events which had a work effort of 30%. While the profile would take the work effort to 110% (5% over the 105% target) the Technical Committee Co-chairs felt this was within the margin of error and could be accommodated. Therefore, the Planning Committed accepted Standardize Operational Log of Events as the third profile for development.

The profiles slated for development in the 2016/17 development cycle are:

The Ballot results can be viewed here.

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