DESD PSS: Allergy and Intolerances Clinical Models

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Please vote on the PSS for Patient Care - Allergy and Intolerances Clinical Models. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until June 20, 2013 unless quorum is reached earlier.

Link to Document: Allergy and Intolerances Clinical Models

PBS Metrics - Patient Care - Report Card Score - Yellow (1)

  • 1 unpublished ballot from May 2011
  • 1 5 year anniversary item
  • 9 projects behind greater than 120 days
  • Summary - Passed (10/1/1/7)
    • Number of participants: 12
    • Most popular option: Affirmative
    • Votes in favor: 10
    • Comments: 7
    • Non-participating work groups counted as abstaining solely for the purpose of counting quorum: 0


' Affirmative Negative (with comments) Abstain
Rob Savage-PHER OK
Ed Tripp (RCRIM) OK
Floyd Eisenberg (CQI) OK
Stephen Chu (PCWG) OK
Melva Peters (Pharmacy) OK
Jim McClay (ECWG) OK
John Rhoads (DEV) OK
richard thoreson (CBCC) OK
Ken Pool (PHER) OK
Craig Gabron (AWG) OK
John Walsh (Anesthesia) OK
Crystal Kallem (CQI) OK
Count 10 1 1


"Jim McClay (ECWG)
Friday, June 21, 2013
5:29:19 o'clock AM GMT-12:00" "Comment continued
Organizations that are practicing allergy management correctly will become out of sync with this standard if you consider that environmental allergies (however that is defined) are out of scope. The solution you propose must encompass all hypersenstivity reactions."
"Jim McClay (ECWG)
Friday, June 21, 2013
5:27:51 o'clock AM GMT-12:00" Thank you for the change. The last sentence of th eproject scope statement about out of scope allergies seems capricious. This is an artificial constraint that does not reflect traditional practice. I don't want to see bee sting allergy in my problem list. It belongs in the allergy list in the EMR. It only becomes a problem (or health condition if you are following the debate) if a health care provider chooses to put it on the problem list for active management
"Stephen Chu (PCWG)
Thursday, June 6, 2013
2:20:31 o'clock PM GMT-12:00" "PCWG is delighted to include Emergency Care as interested party in this project.
Will amend the PSS and send a new version through ASAP"
"Stephen Chu (PCWG)
Thursday, June 6, 2013
2:19:27 o'clock PM GMT-12:00" "And amend this statement: ""The scope of such information includes a variety of adverse reactions to medications, food or other substances as reported or observed conditions""
""The scope of such information includes a variety of adverse reactions to medications, food or other substances as reported or observed conditions usually encountered in healthcare""
We trust that the modifications fully address the concerns expressed"
"Stephen Chu (PCWG)
Thursday, June 6, 2013
2:17:10 o'clock PM GMT-12:00" "PCWG acknowledges concern expressed by Emergency Care on this statement:
""Environmental allergies such as poison ivy and seasonal allergies are out of scope and are treated as any other health diagnosis""
We have discussed the issue and decide to remove this statement.
... to be continuded"
"JIm McClay
Friday, May 31, 2013
4:35:27 o'clock AM GMT-12:00" Emergency Care has a fundamental objection to modeling allergy and intollerance while excluding envirnmental substances. Latex, Nickle, fabric, and other substances are important allergies. Making the artificial distinctions is not acceptable. We also don't know why Emergency Care was not considered an interested party.
"Dave Hamill (PMO)
Thursday, May 30, 2013
9:35:21 o'clock AM GMT-12:00" Does this Work Group have capacity to undertake new effort? (Yes/No): YES