2015-05-12 TSC WGM Agenda

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Day Date ' Time Icon Event Chair Scribe Room
Monday 2015 May 12 AM Q1
Q5 TSC Monday Co-Chairs Dinner/Meeting
Ken McCaslin Anne Wizauer Grand Apogee 3/5

- - - Collect food/drink from buffet
TSC Co-chairs Dinner
17:30 - 17:40 Welcome and TSC Chair Report Ken McCaslin, TSC Chair
17:40 - 17:50 HQ Update Karen VanHentenryck
17:50 - 18:00 CTO Report John Quinn
18:00 – 18:05 Ballot Report Lynn Laakso
18:05 – 18:15 Methodology and Harmonization Report Ted Klein
18:15 - 18:25 PMO Update Dave Hamill, PMO
18:25 - 18:30 Board Nominations John Roberts
18:30 - 18:35 FHIR Ballot Reconciliation Process Lloyd McKenzie
19:00 - 20:00 Steering Division Meetings

Domain Experts - Labo 01
Foundation and Technology - Labo 02
Structure and Semantic Design - Labo 03
Technical and Support Services - Labo 04

DESD - Labo 01
FTSD - Labo 02
SSD SD - Labo 03
T3SD - Labo 04


Meeting Information

HL7 Co-chairs dinner/meeting

Location: Apogee 3/5

Date: 2015-05-12
Time: 17:15-21:00pm
Facilitator Ken McCaslin Note taker(s) Anne Wizauer
Quorum Requirements Met: n/a


  1. Welcome and TSC reports - Ken McCaslin, TSC Chair
  2. HQ Update - Karen VanHentenryck
  3. CTO Report - John Quinn, CTO
  4. Ballot Report - Lynn Laakso, Director of Technical Publications
  5. Methodology and Harmonization Report - Ted Klein
  6. PMO Update - Dave Hamill
  7. Board Nominations - John Roberts
  8. FHIR Ballot Reconciliation Process - Lloyd McKenzie
  9. Adjourn to Steering Division meetings


  • Re: Ken's report on new ballot naming convention - Grahame states that the ballot name is too long/difficult with the name and that others can't find the ballot. Ken replies that it's a pilot and all comments and concerns are welcome. He invites Grahame to contact him and they will work together on the issues.
  • Dave's presentation: Patrick Loyd asks about the new PSS-lite - he has some suggestions for updates. Dave replies that he should forward them and they could be incorporated into the next release. Patrick also states that the intern program that Ken discussed in his opening remarks, stating that it could be difficult to educate/train the students. Ken responds that the guidance we'll provide will allow a narrow enough focus that it shouldn't be laborious. Lots of feedback is welcomed. AMS asks about the PSS-lite: at the end of that project, is it done? Or can it be carried forward? Dave responds that yes, the project is done. If it goes forward, a new PSS is submitted. If it's multiple WGs cosponsoring, does it go through all the SDs? Dave states that one WG is the main sponsor.
  • Bernd asks about installing some changes in the governance model, such as forming a US affiliate as soon as possible. John Q. responds that the board must agree with that - it was discussed at the Board meeting but no such decision was made.
  • Questions for Lloyd re: FHIR update: Rob McClure asks about the gforge process and updating people on changes. Lloyd responds that the various IGs will soon be published as separate independent packages. When items are triaged, items are moved to the appropriate ballot. Will work with TSC to make sure ANSI is comfortable with that process. Grahame comments that they are working to make things easier to separate out, and also comments that they'd like to see balloters ballot in a more concise, cleaner way.