Difference between revisions of "Rad Tech Minutes 2019-01-28 to 2019-01-31"

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* RAD_Suppl_IDEP
 
* RAD_Suppl_IDEP
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'''IDEP Open issues:'''
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1. Do we line-by-line the entire document: Yes
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2. How ready is it to go out for PC: Completely
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3. Which open issues are risky and why: None are high-risk
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4. Which use cases need more input:
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* Use cases structure is more fragmented than readers might be expecting
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* Patient ID use cases have a few open issues
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* XDS option requires transactions that may not be required in an XDS environment
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5. Which issues from the Kickoff meeting
  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 10:17, 31 January 2019

Attendees:

  • Kevin O'Donnell
  • Jonathan Whitby
  • Kinson Ho
  • Antje Schroeder
  • Lynn Felhofer
  • Andrei Leontiev
  • Charles Parisot
  • Mike Bohl (WebEx)
  • David Kwan (WebEx)
  • Jason Nagels (WebEx)
  • Marcos Roca (WebEx)
  • Hans Buitendijk (WebEx)
  • Maddie Mailly (WebEx)
  • Daniel Rutz (WebEx)
  • Riki Merrick (WebEx)
  • David Clunie (WebEx)
  • Tim Howe (WebEx)
  • RSNA Staff: Chris Carr, Nichole Knox, Jamie Dulkowski


Tuesday, January 29, 2019

CPs approved for Final Text:

  • CP-RAD-416
  • CP-RAD-417
  • CP-RAD-418
  • CP-RAD-393


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

CPs approved for Final Text:

  • CP-RAD-408


CPs approved for next ballot:

  • CP-RAD-365
  • CP-RAD-369
  • CP-RAD-312


Thursday, January 31, 2019

CPs approved for ballot:

  • CP-RAD-420


Approve for Public Comment

  • RAD_Suppl_IDEP


IDEP Open issues:

1. Do we line-by-line the entire document: Yes

2. How ready is it to go out for PC: Completely

3. Which open issues are risky and why: None are high-risk

4. Which use cases need more input:

  • Use cases structure is more fragmented than readers might be expecting
  • Patient ID use cases have a few open issues
  • XDS option requires transactions that may not be required in an XDS environment

5. Which issues from the Kickoff meeting


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