20:00 UTC on Tuesday 11 September 2018 - 90 minutes.
- FHIR Terminology Services and Resources
Peter G. Williams, Rob Hausam, Jane Millar, Linda Bird, Reuben Daniels, Charles E McDonald Jr. (cemcdonald), Jim Case, Anne Randorff Højen, Carmela Couderc, David Sperzel, Michael Lawley, Peter Jordan
|Owner||Notes & Actions|
|1||Welcome and introductions||5|
Recording, notes & attendance.
SNOMED on FHIR meeting planned during the business meeting - closed session (observers space dependent).
October Business Meeting/
Expo - Vancouver
|3||Summary of previous week||5|
|4||Work suggestions from last meeting||40|
Options for validate code - mapping between various data issue scenarios and true/false result flag.
Note that changes suggested are additive in nature, rather than "breaking".
RH: FHIR Ballot currently open, closing on 24 September. Published late December/January.
|5||SNOMED with FHIR||30||Rob Hausam|
All participants are invited to review this local copy of that page.
|6||Main item for discussion||30||SNOMED CT Canonical CodeSystem resource|
Update: URIs populated. Intention to provide short URLs for normalForm and normalFormTerse to point to appropriate definition of terms.
Update 28 Aug: Official endpoint should be hosted somewhere (SI?)
Update 14 August See draft (doesn't specify particular normal forms) :
|8||Mechanism for working with Languages.||15||Reuben Daniels|
ML: Supplement would hopefully only add additional descriptions that are not described in the base content.
Precedence (fallback) for multiple language reference sets only really discussed in Languages Group for ECL - other use cases not yet brought to light.
Update 28 Aug: Keen to see an implementation using Supplements to see how it would actually work. Option to explore this at Baltimore Connectathon?
Language reference set could be an implicit code system supplement.
Update 11 September
Do we need a parameter for the expand operation for this - Reuben looking into this currently.
|9||Valuesets / Refsets||5|
Any other business
Next Meeting: Tuesday 25 September
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