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HSSP Historical Meetings and Events



Event Calendar


Date
Event, Agenda, Recap
Meeting Minutes or Notes



2012-12
OMG Burlingame

2012-09
OMG Jacksonville

2012-09
HL7 Baltimore

2012-05
HL7 Vancouver

2012-04
Interconnected Health 2012 Conference

2012-03
OMG Reston (Washington DC)

2012-01
HL7 San Antonio

2011-12
OMG Santa Clara (SFO, SJC)

2011-09
OMG Kissimmee (Florida Orlando)

2011-09
HL7 San Diego

2011-07
SOA in Healthcare 2011
http://www.omg.org/soa-in-healthcare
2011-06
OMG Salt Lake City
http://www.omg.org/news/meetings/tc/ut/info.htm
2011-05
HL7 Orlando

2011-03
OMG Washington DC

2011-01
HL7 Sydney

2010-10
HL7 Cambridge

2010-09
OMG Cambridge

2010-07
SOA in Healthcare 2010
Washington, DC, July 12-14.
2010-06
OMG Minneapolis

2010-05
HL7 Rio de Janiero

2010-01
HL7 Phoenix

2009-12-08
Terminology Services Information Day
This summit introduced the CTS2 specification and next steps.
2009-12
OMG Long Beach

2009-09
HL7 Atlanta
http://hssp.wikispaces.com/event-2009-09-HL7-Atlanta
2009-09
OMG San Antonio

2009-06
OMG San Juan, Costa Rica
http://hssp.wikispaces.com/event-2009-06-OMG-SanJuan
2009-06
SOA in Healthcare Conference

2009-05
HL7 Kyoto
http://hssp.wikispaces.com/event-2009-05-HL7-Kyoto
2009-03
OMG Washington DC
http://hssp.wikispaces.com/event-2009-03-OMG-Washington
2009-01
HL7 Orlando
http://hssp.wikispaces.com/event-2009-01-HL7-Orlando


2008-12
OMG Santa Clara

2008-09
HL7 Vancouver Meeting Recap

2008-09
OMG Orlando

2008-06
OMG Ottawa Agenda Planning

2008-05
HL7 Phoenix Meeting Recap

2008-04
SOA in Healthcare Conference

2008-03
OMG Washington Agenda Planning

2008-01
HL7 San Antonio WGM Planning

2007-12
OMG Burlingame, CA Agenda Planning

2007-09
OMG Jacksonville Agenda Planning

2007-09
HL7 Atlanta Agenda Recap

2007-06
HSSP Redmond Out-of-Cycle Agenda Planning

2007-04
HL7 WG Koln 2007 Agenda Planning

2007-03
OMG San Diego 2007 Agenda Planning

2007-01
HL7 WG Meeting - San Diego, CA

2006-12
OMG Meeting - Washington, DC

2006-11
HL7 Educational Summit Seattle
See event page
2006-09
OMG Meeting - Anaheim

2006-09
HL7 WG Meeting - Boca Raton

2006-06
EuroPacs Conference

2006-05
New Zealand SOA Workshop

2006-05
Australia Health IT Conferences
See event page
2006-05
HL7 WGM San Antonio

2006-04
OMG HDTF - St Louis

2006-01
UK Workshop

Agenda
2006-01
HL7 WGM Phoenix

2005-12
OMG TC Meeting Burlingame

2005-10
OMG-HL7 Services Workshop
See event page
2005-09
HL7 WGM San Diego



Teleconference Agendas and Minutes Archive


Date
Agenda
Minutes



2006-05-16


2006-05-02


2006-04-18


2006-04-04


2006-03-07


2006-02-21


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Project Activity Archive**
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Archived Projects

Projects listed in this section are not presently active, but may be re-prioritized as active projects if interest or demand dictates.


Infrastructure Subgroup
  • The Infrastructure Subgroup is charged with ensuring that HSSP remains operationally capable, providing guidance and documentation where it is needed so as to ensure that the process of standardization, alignment of objectives with host SDO organizations, and consistency and repeatability in execution as standards are developed.

EHR-S CI-IM EHR System Computationally-Independent Information-Model (Started Jun2010)
  • This project will produce a set of Constrained Information Models called EHR-S “data profiles”. Each EHR-S data profile corresponds directly with an EHR-S function profile and each EHR-S data profile will include one-or-more Reference Information Model classes. Pairs of EHR-S function profiles and data profiles can be used to define business objects, which can be composed into software components, capabilities, applications, systems and their message exchanges and/or document exchanges and/or services. The superset of EHR-S data profiles is called the EHR-S Computationally-Independent Information-Model, which supports the HL7 Development Process and Service Aware Interoperability Framework. The project will include the development and execution of a communication strategy to ensure that all affected stakeholders are engaged.

EHR-SD RM EHR System Design Reference Model aka H-SOA-RA (Healthcare SOA Reference Architecture)
  • This project matures and integrates the April 2008 Healthcare Services Oriented Reference Architecture (H-SOA-RA) into an EHR System Design Reference Model (EHR-SD RM), using the HL7 SOA-Aware Enterprise Architecture Framework (SAIF), HITSP interoperability specifications, EHR System Functional Model (EHR-S FM) and ARRA artifacts. Emphasis is placed on maintaining HITSP, ARRA, NHIN and CCHIT conformance by maintaining EHR-S FM traceability. Mapping and analysis of the HL7 product portfolio against the EHR-S FM is used to integrate the reference architecture with HL7 product lines and initially mature the resulting model as a technical white papers, then an informative reference model and finally a standard reference model.


HF&EA Harmonization Framework and Exchange Architecture (Started Jun2010)
  • The first objective of this HL7 Harmonization Framework and Exchange Architecture (HF&EA) project is to define a notional set of architectural artifacts for HL7 projects and EHR System (EHR-S) development or acquisition projects. The second objective is to define the relationships among HL7 architectural artifacts and how they relate to other healthcare related standards and architectural artifacts, which can support a Model Driven Architecture (MDA) waterfall, spiral, agile or other development methodology. The third objective is to be an implementation guide for the use of the HL7 Development Framework (HDF) process and HL7 Service Aware Interoperability Framework Enterprise Compliance and Conformance Framework (SAIF ECCF) structure by which architectural work products are reused or developed, are organized into an Interoperability Specification and used throughout an architecture development project, the governance that should be enacted on these work products, and the scope of the standardization effort itself. The fourth objective is to define a Healthcare Information Exchange Model (HIEM) for model-driven Healthcare Information Exchange Package Documentation (H-IEPD) and exchange architecture. The fifth objective is to demonstrate how the HDF and ECCF can complement other frameworks such as TOGAF, Agile Scrum, DODAF and Zachman.

HSSP Process Refresh Project
  • This project is refresh existing documentation on the HSSP process, providing and overview of the processes within both HL7 and OMG. This project will produce a set of Constrained Information Models called EHR-S “data profiles”. Each EHR-S data profile corresponds directly with an EHR-S function profile and each EHR-S data profile will include one-or-more Reference Information Model classes. Pairs of EHR-S function profiles and data profiles can be used to define business objects, which can be composed into software components, capabilities, applications, systems and their message exchanges and/or document exchanges and/or services. The superset of EHR-S data profiles is called the EHR-S Computationally-Independent Information-Model, which supports the HL7 Development Process and Service Aware Interoperability Framework. The project will include the development and execution of a communication strategy to ensure that all affected stakeholders are engaged.

RASCI Planning
  • In an attempt to clarify ownership and responsibility between committees, the Foundation and Technology Steering Division (FTSD), agreed to review a candidate RASCI chart and to bring it forward to the HL7 Technical Steering Committee for consideration.


SAIF-HSSP Artifact Alignment Project
  • Given efforts currently underway to identify the artifacts that the HL7 community will produce that are SAIF-compliant, the SOA workgroup has elected to engage to shape those products that will be used by our committee. This project will harvest from existing boilerplate and process documentation in use by HSSP and meld them into SAIF artifacts as appropriate.