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Please vote on the PSS for the BRIDG WG. Enter your name and WG along with your vote. 1 vote per WG. Poll open until July 17, 2014.


Link to Doodle Poll


  • Number of participants: 11
  • Most popular option: Affirmative
  • Votes in favor: 11
  • Comments: 3
  • Non-participating work groups counted as abstaining solely for the purpose of counting quorum:


' Affirmative Negative (with comment) Abstain
Edward Helton BRIDG OK
Jim McClay (ECWG) OK
Floyd Eisenberg (CQI) OK
John Walsh (Anesthesia) OK
Jean Duteau (PC) OK
Ken Pool (PHER) OK
John Kiser (RCRIM) OK
Scott Robertson (PHARM) OK
John Rhoads (DEV) OK
Craig Gabron (AWG) OK
Michael Padula (Child Health) OK
Dianne Reeves (CIC) OK
Count 11 1 0


Dianne Reeves Thursday, July 17, 2014 CIC is pleased to see this PSS, and would like to be considered as an interested WG. We will be happy to assist with any ballot details and reconciliation. Good luck!
Jean Duteau Friday, June 27, 2014 Floyd - Actually, the PSS does discuss the fact that there are some outdated HL7 v3 bindings that are out of scope of the current project but will be addressed in a future project. It does not make sense to align BRIDG with FHIR since they are addressing two different needs and different levels. BRIDG is mostly conceptual with some logical parts, FHIR is implementation.
Floyd Eisenberg Thursday, June 26, 2014 The PSS does not discuss any input or alignment with other information models in HL7. Moving forward it makes sense that BRIDG should align with FHIR to most effectively move to reusing data for research and other purposes. That is the approach taken by CQI.

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